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BERW ICKSHIRE.

BERW ICKSHIRE.

!'arm to Let on the Billie Estate, With immediate Entry, and for 19 years or such other term as may be agreed on, MHE FARM of CROSSLAW, situated in the parish of Coldfugham, and county of Berwick, containing 190 Acres, or thereby, exclusive of Plantations, Roads, Fences, The gre
August 31, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST.

THE NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST.

second report, which will contain the average produce in gm, tons., &c., of the crops cultivated in the different districts. In studying these tables, our readers will discover some very important facts bearing on agriculture. As to the areas of the different counties, when comp
August 31, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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August 31, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LEEDS, August 80, 18.58.

LEEDS, August 80, 18.58.

Our arrivals of wheat are only moderate ; the weather for the last day or two has been fine ; millers hold off buying this morning, the trade is consequently ver7 slow, and Friday's rates are barely maintained. Barley nominal. English beans scarce and fully as dear. Oats and oth
August 31, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SPLENDID PANDORE OYSTERS.

SPLENDID PANDORE OYSTERS.

ALARGE SUPPLY of thole Celebrated OYSTERS will now be reoeived, direct from the Preserves at Prigtongrange, and forwarded to families in Town or in the Conn try, in any quantity either in their shells or opened; also preserved, to carry any distance, in Jars or Casks. Dealers Su
August 31, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Robert Menders & Co's XX. Dublin Porter. lIIHE SUBSCRIBER sendinz out the above ready foe 1. immediate use. He can

Robert Menders & Co's XX. Dublin Porter. lIIHE SUBSCRIBER sendinz out the above ready foe 1. immediate use. He can

confidently recommend it as being particularly rich in flavour, having • rich dark coloured cream, and a beverage that, in point of real quality, cannot be ear: per. Quarts, 4a per doz. Pints, 2e per doz. WILLIAM DUNCAN, WINE MERCEANT & GROCER, 40, HOWE STREET.
August 31, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
obedient servant,

obedient servant,

“G. H. Moore.’’ —Whether Mr Moore has kept his promise, we at least are yet in ignorance; for of the many flattering compliments this admirable work has received, it is undoubtedly the very highest that, notwithstanding all the noise it has made, not single Popish Member, Popish
August 31, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To Journeymen Bakers.

To Journeymen Bakers.

WANTED, as Foreman, a Steady Good WORKMAN. —Ap- at 8, George Street. 30th August, 1853. Wanted Immediately, JOURNEYMAN BLACKSMITH. Apply to WILLIAM Pirie, Blacksmith, Turriff. Wanted, TWO JOURNEYMEN SADDLERS.—AppIy to J. Ritchie, 5, Backwynd, Aberdeen. Wanted, TWO SADDLERS, wage
August 31, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sea-side Residence to be Sold or Let.

Sea-side Residence to be Sold or Let.

THAT Agreeable SEA-SIDE RESIDENCE in the neighbourhood of Banff, known as Boyndie Cottage, with the Garden, is to be sold, by private bargain, and it will, in the meantime, let for such period as may agreed upon. The Cottage is pleasantly situated on the Links of Boyndie, close
August 31, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
New Furs—Season, 1853

New Furs—Season, 1853

New Furs— Season, 1853 MESSRS PRATT & KEITH have just received and marked oATEN CASES NEW FURS— All prime value. These Goods are warranted well-seasonedthe whole being made up under the superintendence of the most celebrated Firms in the Fur Trade. Par ties buying at this early p
August 31, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland