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Spring Bonnets. JAMES SAINT, Jim., respectfully that lie has received several Cases of New £ consisting of Plain and Fancy

Spring Bonnets. JAMES SAINT, Jim., respectfully that lie has received several Cases of New £ consisting of Plain and Fancy

Straws, of the Newest .uid most Fashionable Shapes. New RIBBONS. FLOWERS, PARASOLS, &c. &c. 139, Union Street, March 4, 1856. Dancing, Exercises, &c. MR and MISS J. FETTES’ CLASSES are now opened in the County Rooms, and will be continued for the Spring quarter, at the usual hou
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

Friday JsTight. A decrease of Circulation of £239,317 rease of I>ublic Deposits of 23,272 An increase of other Deposits of 1,798.239 An increase of Securities of. 1,45<),545 An increase of Bullion of 42,898 A decrease of Rest of 35,607 of Reserve of 225,648 m i 1 nues VCI 7 scar
March 5, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LIME.

LIME.

nHHE ABERDEEN LIME COMPANY beg to intimate the arrival of a cargo of ENGLISH LIME, and that supply of that article is now sent to Banchory and Port Elphinstone. MURRAY & MORISON, Managers. Aberdeen, 26th March, 1856. The Bell and Petty Customs, AND WEIGH-HOUSE AND PACK-HOUSE DUE
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Aberdeen Lime Company.

The Aberdeen Lime Company.

T'HE annual GENERAL MEETING of lUUi.r- .. TNERS of the ABERDEEN LIME COMPANY will of the Royal Hotel, Aberdeen, Fri-28tli curt -- 11 o’clock, a.m. of New Committee and other Business. order of the Committee, MURRAY & MORISON, Managers. °8t Blaikie’s Quay, Aberdeen, r March, 185(
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
At Skene.

At Skene.

/COTTAGES and GAEDENS to be Let, suitable for onforfwo Families. Rent £2; or for both. Good Gardens, and Moss Fire. Apply to Mr Low, Fiddie. Possession in the Vicinity of Town, SUITABLE FOR A MARKET GARDENER NURSERYMAN. Let on Lease, from Martinmas first, HE POSSESSION on LOT SE
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Displenish Sale at Breda.

Displenish Sale at Breda.

oo 0 p H. M. H. M. 0 1C 0 49 21 1 51 2 21 2 53 3 25 0 33 1 5 1 38 2 6 2 37 3 I Half year. TO LET, Entry at Whitsunday, A BBEY COTTAGE, Fiutray, containing Diningroom, Parlour, Three Bedrooms, and Kitchen, with Garden attached, well stocked with Fruit Bushes. The Cottage is only
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRUSTEES:

TRUSTEES:

JOHN SHAYV LEIGH. Esq. | DIRECTORS. IN LIVERPOOL: CHARLES TURNER, Esq., Chairman. J. BRAMLEY-MOORE. Esq., M.P., & RALPH BROCKLEBANK, Esq., Deputy-Chairmen. Fire Branch ANNUAL PREMIUMS £130.000. EXCEEDING ALMOST EVERY OFFICE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. LOSSES PROMPTLY AND LIBERALLY PA
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Moss for Sale. HE Right of Firing vv'ill be Let, on the GRAY -0- MOSS of MENlE.—Application to be made

Moss for Sale. HE Right of Firing vv'ill be Let, on the GRAY -0- MOSS of MENlE.—Application to be made

to the Moss Grcive, near the Church of Bclhelvie.
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To tbe Trade. THE different sorts of SOAPS, namely, HITE, MOTTLED, PALE, YELLOW, and SOFT, can now had at the

To tbe Trade. THE different sorts of SOAPS, namely, HITE, MOTTLED, PALE, YELLOW, and SOFT, can now had at the

Subscriber’s Works, of first quality, and on the best terms. ALEX. OGSTON, Aberdeen Soap and Candle Works. 86, Loch Street.
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
For Sale, A PONY, 12 hands high, warranted quiet in saddle and harness. seen at Mr Harrison’s Stables, St Andrew’s

For Sale, A PONY, 12 hands high, warranted quiet in saddle and harness. seen at Mr Harrison’s Stables, St Andrew’s

Street, any day this week, from 10 to 3.
March 26, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland