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EXAMINATIONS OF SCHOOLS.

EXAMINATIONS OF SCHOOLS.

UNION ROW ACADEMY. Wednesday the examination of this Academy, under the charge of Mr Sim, took place. The work of the scholarsconsisting of writing, figuring, book-keeping, drawing, &c. —was exhibited, and presented very pleasing appearance. Everything was carefully and neatly d
July 2, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, V7 - SI>A Y Tt 1862 ' of Friday.) AGRICULTURE. SOYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S SHOW IN MANUFACTURES. COMMERCE,

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, V7 - SI>A Y Tt 1862 ' of Friday.) AGRICULTURE. SOYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S SHOW IN MANUFACTURES. COMMERCE,

&c. | COLONIAL AND FOREIGN PRODUCE MARKETS. (From, the Edinburgh (yu*v... Mincing Lane, Friday morning. sequestrations. off steadily ; C 029 packages jold. Robert K&dle, lately spirit- dealer, and baker, find grocer, Lark-1 ' parish DiUserf, OAotations ebowe.l IvtUe Bi hop. gi.
July 2, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR EDWIN JAMES.

MR EDWIN JAMES.

The public have heard a good deal more about this gentleman than they care to be troubled with. His recent address in Astor House on the subject of the charges which led to his being disbarred in England, and the proceedings of the Law Institute in the United States, relative to
July 2, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
N°- 5973.

N°- 5973.

July 2, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Commutation Hoad Trustees.

Commutation Hoad Trustees.

GENERAL MEETING of the GOMi^RDFPM^ ROAD TRUSTEES for the SIXTH or tkth of ABERDEENSHIRE will he held of® j , 0Mm Room of the Court House, on Frit)ay k, ‘ivi f, nt, at Two o’clock Afternoon, for the purpose J?!*r.oig by Committee on the subject of ROAD from 'h’isincj.'ar lON to B
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Large Flour and Meal Mill to be Let.

Large Flour and Meal Mill to be Let.

THE MILL of FERRYHILL lately occupied Mr Kemp, and as formerly Advertised, is to be Let for such period as may be agreed on. Apply to Yeats & Spottiswood, Advocates, 46, King Street. Aberdeen, 4th June, 1862.
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DINNER TO MR. WILLIAM M'COMBIE, TILLYPODR. THE DINNER takes place within the MUSIC HALL, Union Street, Aberdeen, on Thursday the

DINNER TO MR. WILLIAM M'COMBIE, TILLYPODR. THE DINNER takes place within the MUSIC HALL, Union Street, Aberdeen, on Thursday the

31st July current, at Five o clock Afternoon.
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CONTRACTORS WANTED,

CONTRACTORS WANTED,

TO FURROW-DRAIN from Five to Six ACRES of LAND on the Farm of Burngrains, Auchnagatt. Specifications may be seen with the Tenant until Saturday the 12th July, when the Work will be contracted for on the Ground, if suitable offers are made. Burngrains, 28th June, 1862. - MORAYSHI
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. Her Majesty, with the Royal Family and suite, will arrive at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, the 22d

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. Her Majesty, with the Royal Family and suite, will arrive at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, the 22d

inst., where they ’will stay only one night, as on the following day they will take their departure for Scotland. Visit of Prince Alfred to Australia.—The Racoon, 22, 400 horse-power, fitting out in the docks at Chatham, is a very advanced state, and will shortly be ready to Rnd
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1862

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1862

The health of Sotheron Estcourt is gradually improving. There is movement on foot to give a party dinner to Mr Disraeli. The Rev. Lord George Osborne Townshend is in the Bankruptcy Court. the death of Lieut.-General Fraser, the colonelcy of the 37th Regiment is vacant. Upwards o
July 9, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland