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CITY SEWERS.

CITY SEWERS.

CITY SEWEPS. The members assembled on Wednesday for the deftpateb of business; Deputy PEACOCX i{ the chair. Mir. DAw (the chief clerk) presented the annusi state- ment of the meetings and other details connected with the basineas of the court. Fromn that statement it appeared tha
February 29, 1856 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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Mr Mont; in a long speech, moved for • select committee to inquire how far the present Monetary System is in accordance with the requ'remerits of the country, and to consider if it cannot he remedied and amended. Ile stated that he was an advocate for convertibility, and he only
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
ORRAT ROHR OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY. TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. ON FRIDA Y, the let FEBRUARY, 1858, until further notice, TRAINS will be

ORRAT ROHR OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY. TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. ON FRIDA Y, the let FEBRUARY, 1858, until further notice, TRAINS will be

Run under:— FIRST AND TIIIRD CLASS ONLY. Down adios, Minim.
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
OLD DR. MOOD AXIMUCAN SARSAPARILLA. TIS in one of the most extraonlinnry and etlitahle medicines in the world. Its superiority

OLD DR. MOOD AXIMUCAN SARSAPARILLA. TIS in one of the most extraonlinnry and etlitahle medicines in the world. Its superiority

over other preparations of like character made m this country triers from the mode of manufacture, and the advantage obtaining and working the mot in its green and fresh state. The root, when brought to this country, is drv, vapid, and almost tasteless, its virtues and juices ha
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD AID F~ev~xt29; 161. tabus (mays the Daily Ness), but the feet which bee alarmed the pmprieters is that

MONTROSE STANDARD AID F~ev~xt29; 161. tabus (mays the Daily Ness), but the feet which bee alarmed the pmprieters is that

an extensive sad fraudulent over-issue of the company's securities has been made by the late chairmen, Mr John SuHeir, This feet, we repeat. in unfortunately placed beyesd doubt. A thorough investigation is to be made, preliminary to any further proceedings, and with this view a
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 

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[PRICE-STAMPED 41D. USS T NIPLD 311).]

[PRICE-STAMPED 41D. USS 311).] TO FARMERS. TILE SUBSCRIBER begs to iutimate that he will have nu throughout the se,aann, PERUVI .N GUANO imputed' by Messrs Arrosv & —. 4'i/CVEkSEEIP4, of the ...Arnie kinds, and SCOTCH and FOREIGN T %HES. JOHN MILNE, Jon. Oranariept, Hill Street,
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

14,11:9 deaths were registered during the fourth guar ter; giving the low proportion of lsti deaths annually out of every 10,000 living, or 1 death out of every 33 persons in the Mutinied population. This proportion however, varied considerably in the diflerent counties; hating
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
RETABLISHED OT MONTROSE. - The annual meeting of the above Society was held la the Old Church on the evening

RETABLISHED OT MONTROSE. - The annual meeting of the above Society was held la the Old Church on the evening

of Monday Met. John Boyd, Esq , banker, occupied the chair, and on the we observed the Bev. Messrs Mitchel, Craig ti f r Melville Church ; Skinner, assistant to Dr Paten= ; Calder, Missionary ; and Messrs D. Ilirnie, R. Cooke, and other elders, as also Mr 3. Adams. The meeting,
February 29, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THE fasL-aailinp MILTON, toot per redstcr * carries tons easy draught of water ; built at Aberdeen Ioto { had

THE fasL-aailinp MILTON, toot per redstcr * carries tons easy draught of water ; built at Aberdeen Ioto { had

new kelson and large repair* two ycare ago: shifts without ballast, takes the ground, and strong Useful vessel for the coal or Baltic trade. Apply to THOMAS AQQB. If. Blrchin.lane. London. THE fine, stronf?, well-built Ship PARLAND, ell tons and S«6 tons N.M.) built at Leith in
February 29, 1856 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
For further particulars apply to BBNNFTT and ASPINWALL. 77. Cornhill,

For further particulars apply to BBNNFTT and ASPINWALL. 77. Cornhill,

THE very fine new Barque HILLSBORO, * 15-04 ton* OM.; built and launched at Prince Edward Island In October last; has great height between decks, sails without ballast, and will carry a very large cargo at a light draaght of water; made the pssaage to Falmouth in 14 days, and fa
February 29, 1856 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England