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To Let, at Newlands,

To Let, at Newlands,

For Five Years, with Entry at Martinmas, 1859, THE LAWN or HOUSE PARK, containing 5 a. 1 R. 12 p. It is furrow drained, and has been pastured by Cows for several years. Apply at the House; or to Mr Francis Edmond, Advocate, 22, Adelphi.
November 16, 1859 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ARRIVALS DURING THE PAST WEEK

ARRIVALS DURING THE PAST WEEK

Wheat. Barley. Oats. Beans. Pease. Flour, qrs. qrs. qrs. qrs. qrs. Sk. Bar. English.. 3936 3292 518 295 1596 Scotch .. 1047 28 Foreign .. 1402 6579 10416 42 102 Total .. 5338 IS3IB 14493 SGO 327 WAKEFIELD CORK MARKET—Friday. There a fair quantity of wheat offer here to-day. Ther
November 16, 1859 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UNSTAMPED, Year. '.Halfyear. Quarter.

UNSTAMPED, Year. '.Halfyear. Quarter.

Under Cover, Credit £0 16 6 £0 I>o. Paid in Advance.. 0 Delivered in Town, Credit 015 Do. Paid in Advance .. 014 0 4 7 iaj 7 4 ft 7 3 Single paper 3id, credit 4d. Readers of the Journal in the Country are informed, to the period at which their Accounts fall due, or of the expiry
November 16, 1859 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Contractors are Wanted

Contractors are Wanted

FOR the MASON and CARPENTER WORK of part of the FARM STEADING, on the Farm of TILLYORN, Parish of Coull, by Tarland. Plans and Specifications of the Work will be seen at the above place on or before Saturday, 17th curt., at 12 o’clock noon, which day the work will be contracted
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Farm in the Parish of Ellon to be Let.

Farm in the Parish of Ellon to be Let.

DAY OF LETTING FIXED. THE Farm PILTOCHIE, at present possessed by Sylvester Cormack, is to Let, for 19 years, from Whitsunday first. It contains about 140 Acres Arable, and 25 Acres Pasture. Every encouragement will be given to an enterprising Tenant for Enclosing, Draining, and
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AGENTS.

AGENTS.

Aberdeen—AljEX. DAVIDSON, Advocate. Arbroath William Johnstone, Banker. Edward Mortimer, Solicitor. \ W. R. Gordon, Procurator-Fiscal. Brechin James P. Spcid, Writer. Keith Robert Falconer, Solicitor. Elgin Grigor and Young, Writers. Eorres F. Calvert Mackenzie, Writer. ( Alex.
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SOUI* OF TOLLS IN ABERDEENSHIRE.

SOUI* OF TOLLS IN ABERDEENSHIRE.

SOUI * TOLLS IN ABERDEENSHIRE. •A. ERAL MEETING of TURNPIKE TRUSTEES for Hou A f ? RDEENSHIRE win be held within the Court- II 0 , , ot Aberdeen, on Friday the 16th day of April next, Pecti° oleUoon the TOLL-DUTIES leviable the be Let *' , ou the Lines of Road aftermentioned, are
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

DAY FOR RECEIVING OFFERS FIXED. buir f' 1- FARMS, as formcrlv advertised, will re-4r> , , lodged with Messrs J. D. MILNE, Sen. and the mi Union Street, Aberdeen, on or before Fri- Tl of April. /-5® tion tbe Farms, and Conditions of Letting, lie for in- ' t Messrs Milne’s Office.
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BASS & COY.’S INDIA PALE ALE.

BASS & COY.’S INDIA PALE ALE.

GEORGE MURRAY, 15, HOWE STEEET, EDINBURGH, Wholesale Agent, HAS always on hand a Stock of the above celebrated PALE ALE, in Wood and Bottle, for supplying the trade, or i* may be sent,’ from the Brewery, direct to their own address. / Terms same as at the Brewery.
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
North British Insurance Company,

North British Insurance Company,

A SPECIAL MEETING of the PROPRIETORS is to be held within the Company’s Office, on Wednesday, 14th day of April next, at Two o’clock, P.M., to consider and decide on the following proposals to be submitted the Board of Directors;— Ist, That in future the Policies entitled to par
April 7, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland