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“ Fur the strength of the MIN we bless thee. Oar God, oor fethevs’ God.**

“ Fur the strength of the MIN we bless thee. Oar God, oor fethevs’ God.**

Fur the strength of the MIN bless thee. Oar God, oor fethevs’ God.** Dong centuries have now elapsed the stranger attempted to oppress our land ; bat of our own flesh and blood petty tyrants have arisen, and with vain effort have endeavoured to crush tbe rising spirit British peo
December 5, 1856 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
Roxxis Oeaae —Otthur single blade ef graxe, and examine for quietly, its narrow eweedsli sped strip fluted gr-cn. Nothing, It

Roxxis Oeaae —Otthur single blade ef graxe, and examine for quietly, its narrow eweedsli sped strip fluted gr-cn. Nothing, It

see—lb see, -4 notable gno<lneM nr hcaeiy. A very little miungtk, and vrrr little tallness, and a few delicate long lines meeting In pniat—not eperfect ncltber, but blent end unfinished—by menne creditable or apparently much cv red-for example Nature’s workmaneldp; mode, It seem
December 5, 1856 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
KELSO t

KELSO t

KELSO Pnatt.J rorlba kj ANDREW JOHKBTON, rM>Jin( ia tka Han* MarkM, PaUtoM ij kim t»«7 PrtAar XaralaK, a» Ika OUm la llo.anal kunt. Orwra Mid k« t*» JOHNSTOJi, I* Mm Editor. Patoat vo« Uraraano Cortaa. _ _ Om*. OmU. PyOautor, k. U. M. Half-Ykr 7«. M. 7,. ti. ■ »k M. Piuon too UtA
December 5, 1856 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
MONTROSE ASSEMBLY ROOMS.

MONTROSE ASSEMBLY ROOMS.

DESIGNS of the proposed ASSEMBLY' ROOMS have now been received from two eminent Architects, and will he seen the office of the Subscriber, hetwi:;t the hours of ten and three o’clock. As it is desirable that the Capital of the Company should all be subscribed for without delay,
December 5, 1856 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
CHINA

CHINA

The correspondence from Hong Kong, to the .ff Oc♦.*i. intelligence. Foochow letters are the instant. The American Consul, felling obtain the satisfaction desired fur the death Mr. Cunningham, has declined to enforce the payment duties by America.i vessels, and several have been
December 5, 1856 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT, FORFAR.

JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT, FORFAR.

this Court, held on Saturday last, the following cases were disposed of, before John Fyffe, Esq , Forfar; Patrick Webster, E»q. Westfield; and James Powrie, Esq. of Keswallie, J.P.’s, tbe instance of Mr. Hinchy, J.P. Fiscal: David Smart and Lowson. sailors, residing in Milltown,
December 5, 1856 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY’S MA KETS. [by KbKCTBIC TKLKU»*ril.] FUNDS.— Owing t.. the failure at the ooening of the market of large operation

YESTERDAY’S MA KETS. [by KbKCTBIC TKLKU»*ril.] FUNDS.— Owing t.. the failure at the ooening of the market of large operation

for a fall, English fund, improved eligh lv during the forenoon ; and there was a farther ahgh improvement the Hank off. per eent The market cloaed very li, inlv. Hosing prices :_Hmsols for money, i |. do. aocounl, Bth January, !>. >s '•’<'> ' ■ * t0 * Exchequer Hills, large and
December 5, 1856 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
WOOL MARKETS.

WOOL MARKETS.

LONDON’, Mommy, Dec. 1. Since Monday last, no additions have been made to tho supply English wool on offer. Although the public sales of colonial arc dcawing to a close under the most favourable auspices, and money has become rather easier, there is no inclination shown get into
December 5, 1856 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
CASUALTIES, CRIMES, &c.

CASUALTIES, CRIMES, &c.

■•On Saturday morning, information was given at the chief Metropolitan Police-station of three robberies of diamonds, jewellery, and bank notes. A Manchester letter carrier, James Ingram, has been committed for trial, charged with stealing a bank post bill for £4OO and eight £5
December 5, 1856 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
0 t, t—■ wtth imhU* «* «r praro(TM(i th. Mid Uy, th« 3d Amj Prtnw, tn th»» i«rt 1 C,rmi

0 t, t—■ wtth imhU* «* «r praro(TM(i th. Mid Uy, th« 3d Amj Prtnw, tn th»» i«rt 1 C,rmi

Britain .«4 •hweld, dcoUn Bom bo hold and mpoitaot •Ain; ud tt» knichta, Ljf™* S«d •^ * h,of «» >t WeobJ^^*^!** otR. Windsor this day of rd, 1536, and in thoJOth^f WINDSOB, Die. • Mam Albert, Mtompuied bv Pnuau. want cat Jh^tin.. 1 Oanenl Sir Bdnnl Waitirn to Bar Bajmtr. Mr. Tid
December 5, 1856 - Evening Mail - London, London, England