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FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

London, Monday, llfi March 1850. The parliamentary tactics of last week present great variety movements—some forward, bat most of them oblique, or the right and left. In the Peers the Earl of liranville brought in a bill, explaining at some length its provisions, for the more ef
March 14, 1850 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Tueiday, March 5. Emigrant Ships.—The Earl of MOUNTCASHEL moved for certain correspondence relating to emigrant ships.—Earl GREY agreed to the production of the papers. He was convinced that many those complaints would turn out not to be well founded. In general,
March 14, 1850 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW NORTHERN HIGHLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

GLASGOW NORTHERN HIGHLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

On Friday night, the fourteenth anniversary meeting of this benevolent and praiseworthy society was held in the Trades' Hall. Forty-two gentlemen sat down to a dinner provided by Mr Alaclerie. Hugh Tennent, Esq. of Wellpark, took the chair, and R. K. Urant, Esq., and 6. R. Tenne
March 14, 1850 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
•en in a greater measure than actually do, namely insatiable liking for the foliage bark of trees, and hence they

•en in a greater measure than actually do, namely insatiable liking for the foliage bark of trees, and hence they

are considered very destructive among riling plantation!; yet old Donald Robertson, forester in Glenmore, who has served the ducal race of proprietors in three generations, bears no ill feeling towards the goats, and in Glenmore (which had of old the fame over all other forests
March 14, 1850 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
SYNOD OF MORAY.

SYNOD OF MORAY.

Forres, Tuesday, April 26. The Synod of Moray held its annual meeting at Forres Tuesday After an excellent sermon by the retiring M-X erator-thc Rev. Dr Duguid las*-the Court was stituted the usual manner. then, after thanking the Court for the kin.l ness exhibited towards him w
April 28, 1853 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
INVERNESS CIRCUIT COURT.

INVERNESS CIRCUIT COURT.

The Spring Circuit Court of Justiciary was held here on Thursday last—the Lord Justice-Clerk presiding; Mr George Dingwall Fordvce, Advocate-Depute and Mr David Wylie, Clerk. After prayer the Rev. Mr Mackenzie, Margaret Fraser and Helen Marpherson or Fraser, her mother, were pla
April 28, 1853 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
PAUPER LUNATICS.

PAUPER LUNATICS.

week* ago, in reply to a question in the House of Commons, the Lord Advocate stated that be did not intead again submit a general lunatie bill for Scotland. The leaned lord deserves the gratitude of the country for having framed inch a bill, and propoeed it duriag two sessious t
May 30, 1850 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
NORTHERN MARKETS.

NORTHERN MARKETS.

INVERNESS CORN MARKET -lumday, Jan. 28- Wheat, perquarter, «U>. per buahil, 3*udto4oaod Barley, do., 54 lb. do., «• to Out OaU, do., 44 lb do., 17l 18a INVERNESS MEAL MARKET.—Tkisoat, Jan. in. Oatmeal, imp. boll UeOd to OaOd Oatmeal,beat.perat. a. d. a. Ditto ... ... 14 0 of 14
January 30, 1851 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

Tha home register of the week is chequered with thoie black line*, the railway accidents; now eoramon and culpable. At one of the of the Buckinghamshire railway, from neglect *f the « points " on the main line, train wa* overturned ; five penon* were killed and ten wounded. At N
September 18, 1851 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE NEW CALIFORNIA.

THE NEW CALIFORNIA.

AU subsequent acoounts confirm the intelligence originally given the enthusiasm exoited by the discovory of gold in Australia. The oolony was in ferment of exoitement —the prices of labour and commodities had risen to an unprecedented height—and fears were entertained that the i
September 18, 1851 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland