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THE HARVEST AND FUTURE SUPPLIES.

THE HARVEST AND FUTURE SUPPLIES.

(From the Liverpool Courier.) Up to recent date, a large proportion of the English press laboured to prove that money would become cheap, and as it forced down the price of money, with the assistance of our Ministers, the foreigner became competitor, outbid the current rate here
August 31, 1853 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

FKANCE; ' The Emperor and Empress left Paris on Saturday for Dieppe, where they were received with great enthusiasm. Their Majesties, immediately on their arrival, proceeded in an open carriage to the Hotel de Ville, attended the members of the Municipal Council in their officia
August 31, 1853 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
• reader for,explanation as to the following correspondence is referred to article on the third TO TUE EDITOR NA.TRK9IIIRE MIRROR.

• reader for,explanation as to the following correspondence is referred to article on the third TO TUE EDITOR NA.TRK9IIIRE MIRROR.

Moyncss Manse, Ist August, 1353. Sir,— -In roferonco to report contained in your paper of the Bth June of last year, purporting to give an account of the proceedings of the United Presbyterian Presbytery of Inverness, and furnished to you by correspondent, I beg to send you the
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
WALKING UNDER WATER

WALKING UNDER WATER

Among (ha marvels of (he day must reckoned M. de Sdiut Simon Sicard’s invention an apparatus which permits the possessor in lake a half, hour’s promenade the bottom of river, and there occupy himself as fancy suggests—from flirting, with mermaids to resen ng •• moist bodies. are
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
ticketa, I had regular pushing and aqueeaing match to ensure my conveyance by the train, and the first bell was

ticketa, I had regular pushing and aqueeaing match to ensure my conveyance by the train, and the first bell was

already rung. With much difficulty succeeded in eseohsing myself in one of the carriages which in common with all the others were crowded to suffocation—some sitting on each others knees, while others preferred standing or squatting between the rows of seats they thought proper.
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 

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fionon RtoistxATioM Courr.—The following the result of the Registration Court for this Burgh held on the 19t|i instant Claims lodged—all,unopposed

fionon RtoistxATioM Courr.—The following the result of the Registration Court for this Burgh held on the 19t|i instant Claims lodged—all,unopposed

20 Admitted—new.. 14 ite-enroumenis Rejected 2 20 One objection lodged, against a party formerly on the roll withdraw^. Serious Gun Accident.— On one of the mornings of lost week, John Murray, tailor, High Street here, had lour of his fingers shot off. lie had been out about Sko
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
ANOTHER FIKB AT THE MOOR.

ANOTHER FIKB AT THE MOOR.

The Clerk stated that further danger from fire had occurred the Moer by Mr Wilson continuing to burn the moss in order to improve the land. The previous night some fire broao out, and Lord Cawdor’s woods were in danger. thought Mr Wilson ought to be cautioned how he conducted th
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
To be Sold,

To be Sold,

To Sold, E remaining 31 Years to run of the Lease of ST LAWRENCE COTTAGE, situated within Mile of NAIRN, together with about 4 Acres of Arable Land thereto attached. The House was built about five years ago and is substantial and commodious. Entry will given in September next. Ap
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

At Shore Lane, Wick, on the 13th inst., the wife of Mr James Noble, Dyer, of a son. At Kilcoy Cottage, Fortrose, on the 12th inst., the lady of Sir Evan Mackenzie of Ki.coy, Bart., of daughter. At Fowlis Castle, Eoss-shire, on the 12th inst., the wife of Charles Muuro, Esq., you
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
CO.MISO NIGHT

CO.MISO NIGHT

ona»T burning like tho aoal of God Upon the close of day. This very hour Night mounts her chariot in tb. ewt.rn floom. To eha-e tho flyln* son, whoso flight has loft Footprints of glory In the clouded west Swift is she hailed winged swimming steeds, Whose cloudy manes aro wet wi
August 30, 1853 - Nairnshire Mirror, and General Advertiser - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland