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At Cotton Lodge, Aberdeen, on the 2d February, James, youngest son of John Stewart, Esq. At 22, Summer Lane, on the 17th inst., Alex. Call ampbell, son of Alexander Campbell, baker, after a short hut severe illness, aged seventeen. cn( the 17th instant, Alexander Tiiom• , late G
February 25, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LEEDS CORN MARKET—Monday.

LEEDS CORN MARKET—Monday.

LEEDS CORN MARKET— Monday. The supply of wheat is small to this day’s market; there is increased firmness trade, and, on the business done, an advance of Is. per quarter obtained on the rates oftered by millers on Friday. Barley is the turn dearer. Beans steady. In oats and other
February 25, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

Scottish Midland Junction Railway. —We are informed on the best authority that a dividend at the rath of U per cent, per annum, free of income tax, will be recommended the directors at the approaching half-yearly meeting.— Herapath’s Journal. Railway Meetings. —The half-yearly m
February 25, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Communication*, and article* of Intelligence, Intended for publication, require to authenticated by the name and address of the

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Communication*, and article* of Intelligence, Intended for publication, require to authenticated by the name and address of the

writer. Unless this is attended to, Correspondents may rest assured that no attention will be paid to their communications. Krhatum. —In the notice of the Agricultural Society’s Journal in our last, the insertion of a not” in the 32d line destroyed the meaning intended to be con
February 25, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

THOSE Creditors of GEORGE MICHIE, sometime Farmer Midgerrie, in the Parish of Drumblade, who have not yet lodged their Claims, are requested to do so, with William Murdoch, Solicitor in Huntly, withiu Fourteen days from this date; Certifying to those who fail to comply with this
March 17, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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3 30 Since then, the arable land has been greatly increased by the improvement of largo parts of the pasture lands. The remainder of the uncultivated land is well worthy of improvement; and those parts of the projicrty which have, in the course of the last ten years, been brought
March 17, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENT,

ADVERTISEMENT,

' * Counties of Aberdeen and Kincardine, between Stonehaven and Kintoro, 'H |J If including Dee and Donside, Rory O’More, *- . -™ and Puneli. On the same round as last year. Particulars will be stated future advertisement. /• Portlcthen, Bth March, 1852. “THE RASHER,” THE PROPER
March 17, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PAEISH OF FETXEEESSO.

PAEISH OF FETXEEESSO.

THE present Tenant, being about to enter on other engagements, will treat for the Disposal of the Remainder of his Lease, for ton years from Whitsunday first. A respectable Dusiness has been established, and can-fed on successfully for the last fourteen years, and being in the m
March 17, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHEAPER THAN STOLEN PROPERTY.

CHEAPER THAN STOLEN PROPERTY.

FROM Needy Men, PHILIP & KENNEDY, at this time, have obtained an immense Assemblage of NEW SPRING GOODS, honestly paid for, but at desperate prices. On MONDAY, and following Days, the Goods will be laid out, and the first-come gets the best value. As under, our List will appear
March 17, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
notice.

notice.

THE CREDITORS of WALTER GRAY, Merchant, Union Street, who have not already lodged their Claims, are requested to do so with David Mitchell, Advocate, 12, Adelphi Court; with whom, also, the Debtors of the said Walter Gray are requested to make immediate payment, Aberdeen, March
March 17, 1852 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland