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K INC AUDI NESIIIUE COUNTY MEETING

K INC AUDI NESIIIUE COUNTY MEETING

The stated general meeting of the Commissioners of Supply of this. County was held Stonehaven, Saturday week—Sir James Carnegie, Bart., Lord - Lieutenant of the County, in the chair. There was present—Sir J, S. Forbes, Bart.; lines of Kaemoir; -Mr Boswell of Kingcausie; Mr F. Gr
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
Kincardineshire Natural History and Antiquarian Society. T recent Meeting of the Society, it was unanimously resolved, that, in present circumstances,

Kincardineshire Natural History and Antiquarian Society. T recent Meeting of the Society, it was unanimously resolved, that, in present circumstances,

the Museum should be discontinued, and the Specimens returned the I)onors and Depositors, with many grateful thanks for their kind support to the Institution. As the right of the Society to occupy the present Hall, expires at Whitsunday next, the Donors and Depositors are respec
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
MANURE, delivered at any Station on the

MANURE, delivered at any Station on the

Railway. Also, PERUVIAN GUANO, received direct, but slightly damaged in the Import Ship, to be Sold at a Reduced Price. This parcel is excellent value, and seen at Stonehaven and Montrose. As this step has been taken for the benefit of the Visitors, it is hoped that heads of fam
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
B Y PHI L I P DAV I S, M. D,

B Y PHI L I P DAV I S, M. D,

Y PHI L I P I S, M. D, 72 Great King Street, Edinburgh. .{ay had from the Author; sold Reid and Sons, rug-rists, Aberdt and IT. Robinson, Greenside treet, --ell, Argyle Street, Glashar st and bookseller, Turriff; • Lowest Price asked.at first I Shop Open from 8 am. to p.m. S 11 1
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
ii might l (.'im.itry iil.sr in STONEHAVEN FEEING MARKET. REFRESHMENT TENT, RECOMMENDED BY Sir James Carnegie, Bart., of Southe.sk. Sir

ii might l (.'im.itry iil.sr in STONEHAVEN FEEING MARKET. REFRESHMENT TENT, RECOMMENDED BY Sir James Carnegie, Bart., of Southe.sk. Sir

J. S. Forbes, Bart., of Fettercairn. J. Boswell, Esq. of Kingcausio. David Scott, Esq. of Brotherton. iLi.iAM Innes, Esq. of Racmoir, Convener of Kincardineshire. Alexander Innes, Esq. of Cowie. William Thompson, Esq. of Newhall. R. B. Allardice, Esq. of Ury. John Carnegie, Esq.
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 

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JOHN LENDRUM respectfully offers his best thanks to the Inhabitants of Stonehaven and surrounding District, for the very liberal encouragement

JOHN LENDRUM respectfully offers his best thanks to the Inhabitants of Stonehaven and surrounding District, for the very liberal encouragement

he has received during the last Eighteen Months ; and would now draw their attention to his PURCHASES for the SUMMER SEASON, which he has received, and wiU have great pleasure in shewing. They comprise:— Printed and Filled Shawls and Plaids; French Merinoes, Coburgs, Lustres, Au
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
MILL’S SPANISH BALSAM

MILL’S SPANISH BALSAM

CERTAIN CURE FOR BALDNESS, GREY hairs, eycbrows, &c. The only infallible Preserver of the Unman Hair. BY far the most influential of all the Graces which contribute to Personal Beauty is a luxuriant Head of Hair : its Recovery, Preservation, and Improvement, alike concerns all c
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
ilmpmal niumirut.

ilmpmal niumirut.

il niumirut. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, May 2. L ASCELLES reported from the Totness Election Committee that Thomas Mills, Esq., had been duly elected. Lord 11. GROSVENOR reported from the Bolton Election Committee that Thomas Baines* Esq., and Joseph Crook, Esq., had been duly ele
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
THE STONEHAVEN JOURNAL, AND KINCARDINESHIRE ADVERTISER

THE STONEHAVEN JOURNAL, AND KINCARDINESHIRE ADVERTISER

it be true that the Tun has fyve hunner public prostitutes diuna be tellin fen ye beam that red the Aberdeen Railway that 100 fallows that helpet to mack it was in the prison o Stenbive for Drunkenness fyve 0 the hunner quid little mair than writ their name and monie ano o them
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
REFRESHMENTS AT FEEING MARKETS,

REFRESHMENTS AT FEEING MARKETS,

We are delighted to observe, by advertisement in our columns of this day, that a scheme is to be adopted at the next feeing market to be held here on the 2oth instant, for providing suitable refreshments, without intoxicating liquors. This scheme has been successfully tried in D
May 10, 1853 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland