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Aberdeen and London Trade.

Aberdeen and London Trade.

FROM ABERDEEN. 0F ARE RDEBN...Thursday, 3d Nov., at 2, P.M, ABERDEEN...Thursday, 10th Nov., at 9, p.m. L 0F ABERDEEN...Thursday, 17th Nov., at 2, P.M, EADt F ABERDEEN...Thursday, 24th Nov., at 6, P.M, ''RL OF ABERDEEN...Thursday, Ist Dec., at 1, r.M, And every Thursday thereafte
November 2, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Hall in Broad Street.

Hall in Broad Street.

To be Let, ... THAT Large and well-lighted HALL, ' RC ,P f c Entry in Well Court, Broad Street, measuring 29 feet by feet, and haring the Gas therein; sometime occupied as a Billiard Room; and it is well adapted for business purposes. Rent moderate, with Entry Immediately. Apply
November 2, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FARM IN UDNY.

FARM IN UDNY.

T To be Let, with Immediate Entry, HE Farm of BLACKNESS—consisting of 53a. Or. 23p„ all Arable. Apply to Messrs Yeats & Flock hart. Advocates. Aberdeen, 27th October, 1853.
November 2, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To Builders.

To Builders.

Builders. ESTIMATES are Wanted for the MASON, CARPENTER, PLASTERER, SLATER, PLUMBER, and BELLHANGER WORKS, to be done in the Erection of a MANSE and OFFICES for the United Parishes of Birsay and Harray. Plans and Specifications will be seen with the Rev. Dr Trail, the Manse of Bi
November 2, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Clerk Wanted.

Clerk Wanted.

Wanted, by the Aberdeen, Leith, & Clyde Shipping Company, A CLERK, for one of their Steamers.—Applications and Testimonials to be lodged at the Company’s Office, on or before Tuesday, the Bth November. ROBt. MITCHELL, Manager. Aberdeen, Leith, and Clyde Shipping Co.’s Office Abe
November 2, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Shareholders were aware that the' line agreement with tmjuncffcrti With the Aberdeen undertaking, for a certain conto supply the fine (the Deeside) - necessary carriages for passone Directors had found that tins d out with advantage to this efore, about 30 wagons of their satisf
November 2, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fares;—

fares;—

From , Ist Cabin. Cabin. Afternr> ■ ll r A ' ornsn bove), and Aberdeen same o’c£ ~ F 7» day ? fi t '.' e ’ at 5 c l°ek, p.m.; the 11th, at 8 O’clock’ p'v e w- 1 , at o’clock, p.m.; and the 25th, at 7 her ’return WUI KirkWaU Monday the 7th November, at 8, a.m., via Scrabstcr Pier
November 9, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
For Sydney, NTew South "Wales,

For Sydney, NTew South "Wales,

• mHE New Clipper-built Ship, *- mai:d of JHDAH,” Isaac Merchant, Commander, 756 Tons 0.M., 665 Tons N.M., A 1 at Lloyd’s, now loading in the London Dock, and will be Despatched the 25th November. This fine Vessel is expected to surpass speed the well-known ships, Woolloomooloo,
November 9, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PARISH OF FORGLEN

PARISH OF FORGLEN

Desirable FARM of MAINS of CARNOUSIE, as preok ntly possessed by Mr William Watt, containing about - about 20 of Pasture, will be Let, for een Tears and Crops from Whitsunday 1854. • information regarding the Conditions of Let will be , e Tenant, who will give directions for sho
November 9, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1863.

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1863.

The Seventh Edition, price 7s. LAYS OF The Scottish cavaliers, AND OTHER POEMS. By W. Edmondstoune AytoUN, Esq., Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the University of Edinburgh. Finer ballads than these, we are bold to say, are not to be found in the language.”— Times. W
November 9, 1853 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland