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To the Editor of the Aberdeen Journal.

To the Editor of the Aberdeen Journal.

Sir T x Aberdeen, Ist April, 1850. ‘'k® even your inserting in your publication le Report” 0 f the Committee of King’s IJcrtiO! . ro essors > dated 26th ult., which appeared in last tbr ans ' . r m y letter published in that newspaper to > throu h you, to request the publifc jjj
April 2, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To Contractors.

To Contractors.

STIMATES are Wanted, for the MASON, CARtd PENTER. and SLATER WORK of a STEADING of OFFICES, intended to be Built at Wardhead, Insch, according to Plans and Specifications in the hands of the Tenant. Sealed Estimates, marked Contract for Mason Work,” or otherwise, the case may be
February 20, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOR SALE,

FOR SALE,

Houses in "West North. Street and Nelson Street, There will be exposed to Sale, by Public Roup, within the Writing Chambers of Messrs Smith and Cochran, Advocates, 96, Union Street, Aberdeen, on Friday’ the 29th day of February current, at Two o’clock Afternoon, 1. BUI AT DWELLI
February 20, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Poets of Aberdeen,

Poets of Aberdeen,

Lately Published, price Is—Bound Is fid, Selections from the poetic writers of ABERDEEN, compiled by T. C. Watson. Published for and Sold by A. Stevenson, Geo. Clark & Son, W. Laurie, L. & J. Smith, R. Wilson, G. Shepherd, W. Russel. J. Strachan, G. Davidson, J. A. Wilson, W. St
February 20, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NATIONAL SECURITY SAYINGS BANK.

NATIONAL SECURITY SAYINGS BANK.

The Annual Meeting of Managers and Depositors was held in the Court-House on Friday. Sheriff Watson was called to the chair ; and we observed present —Baillie W. Henderson ; the Dean of Guild Mr J. Edmond, President of the Society of Advocates ; Mr M’Combie of Jellybrands ; Dr H
February 20, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FURNISHED HOUSE AND SHOOTING TO BE LET, For One or more Years from Whitsunday 1856. THE HOUSE of TULLOCH, parish

FURNISHED HOUSE AND SHOOTING TO BE LET, For One or more Years from Whitsunday 1856. THE HOUSE of TULLOCH, parish

of Meldmm, and within two miles of the Railway Station at Oldmeldram, with the right of Shooting over the Estate of Tulloch, a surface of 2000 acres and upwards. , , , , This desirable residence, which is fully and completely furnished, contains two Public Rooms, four Bed-rooms,
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the Trade.

To the Trade.

THE different sorts of SOAPS, namely, WHITE, MOTTLED, PALE, YELLOW, and SOFT, can now be had at the Subscriber’s Works, of first quality, and on the best terms. ALEX. OGSTON, „ Aberdeen Soap and Candle Works. 86, Loch Street. House in Union Street, TO BE SOLD, OR LET, THAT MANSI
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AND COFFEE SELLERS.

AND COFFEE SELLERS.

WILLIAM DARLING, Tea and Coffee Dealer, 47, Nicholas Street, Edinburgh, takes leave to remind Families residing in the country districts, that his COFFEE is sold by respectable Grocers in almost every town in Scotland. He also intimates to Dealers that they can be supplied from
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SPECIAL NOTICE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

The Books of the Society Close on Ist March, and Proposals lodged at the Head-Office, or at any of the Agencies, on or before that date, will secure the advantage of the Present Year’s Entry, and One Year’s Additional Bonus over Later Applicants.
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

THE Subscriber begs to intimate that he will have a suppfy. for the season, of the best PERUVIAN GUANO, DRILL, MIXED, and DISSOLVED BONES, Scotch and English COALS, LINSEED, and OIL CAKE, &c. &c. Lady Mill, Leoehel-Cushnie, JAMES TAYLOR. 4th March, 1856. TH E BREWERY, MALTING Pr
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland