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THE CONFERENCES.

THE CONFERENCES.

TIHE CONFERENCES. It was believed in Paris that the plenipotentiaries would meet, and the first conference take place on Satur- npt day, thC 27th. It is said that they would probably not last more than two sittings. ex. Count Croudenhoven's Secretary of Legation left and Vienna o
December 31, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

DR. DE JONCII'S LIGHT-BROWN COD LIVER OIL ;f HE AS now, in consequence of its imarked eslpariorily a1n ovreveryotlhervariety,secured theentireconfidence I and almost univers~d prefvren~ce Of Mle nmot eminent Atedical! Practitioners ats thc most speedy and effectual remedy for CON
December 31, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Protection of Inventions.

Protection of Inventions.

IN\ LNTIONS of all kinds may be Protected at once on application at the FI CES FOR PATENTS, Buchanan Street, Glasgow; Where may be obtained, Gratis, HINTS TO INVENTORS with Unproteciea inventions; and numerous other Works on Inventions and Patents. WM. JOHNSON, C.E. now* f™. J.
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PURE AND CHOICE TEA.

PURE AND CHOICE TEA.

Sold only in packets and tins of all sizes. THE EMPRESS OP CHINA’S TEA, Consisting of various sorts of really fine Tea, well matured and so judiciously blended, that great flavour and strength are most happily combined. Each packet bears chemical and other certificates that it i
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ALTERATION OF TRAINS.

ALTERATION OF TRAINS.

TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS FOR JANUARY. .. / N and after Ist January, 1857, and until ' further notice, Trains will be run as under: From Waterloo Station, Aberdeen. 1 2 3 4 Mixed* Pass. Pass- Pass. & & Mixed. Pari. * Trains will not Pari. Mail. Mail- Depart from A.M. a.M. p.m. P.M. p.M
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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IN NICKEL SILVER-

IN NICKEL SILVER-

Table, Dessert, Tea, Egg, and Mustard Spoons; Gravy Spoons Sauce, Soup, and Toddy Ladles. CUTLERY— Table and Dessert Knives, in Ivory, Bone, and Buffalo ; Carving and Bread Knives ; Pen Knives and Scissors. IN BRITANNIA METAL— Tea.pots and Tea Sets; Toddy Ladles and Water Jugs.
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FREE CHURCH SUS

FREE CHURCH SUS

FREE CHURCH Public Meeting was helc on Monday evening, for the p support of the present eff Fund of the Free Church, sstipend to each of her ministc a good attendance. Among t the Lord Provost; Mr Thom] viz., Rev. Messrs Blaikie of E< and Nixon, of Montrose Bail and a number of F
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
POLICE COMMISSIONERS.

POLICE COMMISSIONERS.

Monday, Dec. 29. A Meeting of Police Board was held this day—the Lord Provost presiding. Present—The Dean of Guild; Convener Fyfe; Baillie M‘Hardy; Councillor Fraser; Messrs Buyers, M'Donald, J. Fraser, W. Keith, Calder, Rainnie, Eddie, Clyne, Shearer, Rose, H. Fraser, and Stirl
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

National Bank of Scotland. —The annual general meeting of this incorporation took place in Edinburgh, on Monday, when a gratifying report of the business of the year was made by the directors. The dividend declared was at the rate of 8 per cent., or an increase of 1 per cent., w
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FAIRS IN JANUARY.

FAIRS IN JANUARY.

Th. X. Stonehaven—Crieff—Greenlaw—lnvergordon—lnehnadamph—Strathaven. Fr. 2. Keith. Mon. 5. Alford—Ellon—Kelso—Melrose —Park-Inn (Deeside' Stranraer. Tues. 6, Oldmeldrum—Bridge of Don —Cupar-Fife—Echt—Stricken —Tain—Thornhill (Perthshire . Wed. 7. Banff—Braco—Cullen—Forres —Hunt
December 31, 1856 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland