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Return Tickets.

Return Tickets.

RETURN TICKETS will be issued Daily to and from all the Stations on the Line, for One and half Ordinary Fare, available to return by any of the Trains on the Day of Issue. Cheap Trains on Saturdays. RETURN TICKETS are issued on SATURDAYS for One Or dinary Fare, available to retu
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
'VJ" APHTHA and NAPHTHA LAMPS, Wholesale and Retail, at James Bowman’s, Plumber, Coppersmith, and Wholesale Tinsmith, Huntly. Houses and Ground

'VJ" APHTHA and NAPHTHA LAMPS, Wholesale and Retail, at James Bowman’s, Plumber, Coppersmith, and Wholesale Tinsmith, Huntly. Houses and Ground

in North. Street, TO BE SOLD. There will be exposed to Sale by Public Roup, within the Writ- ing-room of Francis Edmond, Advocate, 22, Adelphi, on Tuesday the 10th day of January, at Two o’clock Afternoon, THOSE Two DWELLING-HOUSES, Nos. 101 and 103, in West North Street, with t
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Feu Tenement in Aberchirder for Sale. There will be sold, by Public Roup, on Tuesday, 10th January, 1854, on the

Feu Tenement in Aberchirder for Sale. There will be sold, by Public Roup, on Tuesday, 10th January, 1854, on the

Premises, at 12 o’clock noon. THAT FEU TENEMENT, “THE NEW INN,” on the Main Street, belonging to Peter Wilson, and occupied by him with great success for upwards of twenty years. The House, which is two Stories, contains two Public Rooms, three Bed-rooms, Kitchen, and large Cell
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

A Painter in Persia. The Quiet Heart.—Part 11. Dives. The English at Home—By a Frenchman Abroad. The Past and Future of China. The Last Fruit off an Old Tree. The Beverages we Infuse. The Aberdeen Cabinet. 11. THE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE, and the TRANSACTIONS of the HIGHLAND and
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Scottish. Widows’ Fund Life Assurance Society. INSTITUTED, A.D. 1815. Head Office Edinburgh, 5, St. Andrew Square. JOHN MACKENZIE, Manager. Wm.

Scottish. Widows’ Fund Life Assurance Society. INSTITUTED, A.D. 1815. Head Office Edinburgh, 5, St. Andrew Square. JOHN MACKENZIE, Manager. Wm.

LINDESAY, Secretary. AGENTS IN ABERDEEN, Alex. I-Ticol, 60, Marischal Street, Merchant. John Blaikie, Union Street, Advocate.
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

THOSE having Claims against the deceased Mr PETER CALDER, late Shoemaker Cotton, near Aberdeen, are reqnested to lodge the same, within One Month from this date, with John Davidson, Advocate, 47, Marischal Street, Agent for his Executors, to whom those Indebted to the deceased w
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Contractors are "Wanted,

Contractors are "Wanted,

fINO Raise 530 Yanis or thereby of an EARTHEN MOUND JL or BED for a Whin Hedge; and also, PLANT with Hardwood and other Trees, about 3 Acres of Ground, the Farm of Westiiills, on the Estate of Baleairu, iu the Parish of of tho Work will seen applying to Mr Willi GraSSICK, Lightn
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Gig and Harness Wanted.

Gig and Harness Wanted.

THE GIG must be substantial, easy of draught, and complete in every respect. The Harness should also he good. Address full particulars to A. 8., care of the Editor of the Aberdeen Journal
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Deaths.

Deaths.

At Geddes Court, 17, Prince Regent Street, on the 22d Dec., James, youngest son, aged 17 years, and on the 25th Dec. last’ Barbara, youngest daughter, aged 22 years, of Captain Thomas Ritchie, of the barque Esstquebo,” of Aberdeen. At Inverury, on 26th December, 1853, Mr James A
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ARMY ANTD NAVY.

ARMY ANTD NAVY.

Regimental Changes.—The following regiments are held in readiness to embark follows: —l2th Regiment Ist Battalion, at Belfast, and the 46th Regiment at Dublin, for Van Diemen’s Land, to relieve the 99th; the 21st Fusiliers, and the 63d Regiment, both stationed in Dublin, to emba
January 4, 1854 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland