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ABERDEEN GENERA.L DISPENSARY.

ABERDEEN GENERA.L DISPENSARY.

At the Annual General Meeting of the Directors and Subscribers to the Aberdeen General Dispensary, held within the Town-Hall, the 18th day of June, 1862, Provost HENRY, Vice-President of the Institution, in the Chair; THE following REPORT for the past year was read by the Secret
June 25, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MAGAZLKT DE MODES.

MAGAZLKT DE MODES.

MODES. MISS ROBERTSON begs to intimate that she has now on View, at the SHOW ROOMS, 217, UNION STREET, Elegant BONNETS, from 15s to 60s, in Straw, Crinoline, Chip, Silk, Crape, Tulle. &c. HEAD DRESS, WREATHS, CAPS, FLOWERS, LACE JACKETS, SQUARES and MANTLES. The New COHSET BODICE
June 25, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MUSIC HALL, ABERDEEN. GRAND HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION, AND PROMENADE. THE ABERDEENSHIRE HORTICULTUITAL SOCIETY will hold their GR\ND SUMMER EXHIBITION of FLOWERS,

MUSIC HALL, ABERDEEN. GRAND HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION, AND PROMENADE. THE ABERDEENSHIRE HORTICULTUITAL SOCIETY will hold their GR\ND SUMMER EXHIBITION of FLOWERS,

FRUIT, and VEGETABLES, within THE MUSIC HALL, On WEDNESDAY the sth JULY, 1862. DAY EXHIBITION, Open from 1 till 5, p.m. Admission ONE SHILLING. EVENING EXHIBITION AND PROMENADE, Open from 7 till 10, P.M., Admission SIXPENCE. Admission to the Galleries during the Evening Exhibiti
June 25, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Silks, Shawls, Mantles, Dresses.

Silks, Shawls, Mantles, Dresses.

JAMES SAINT, Jun., respectfully invites inspection of this Month’s NEW GOODS—comprising French' and English SILKS, SHAWLS, PLAIDS, Fancy DRESSES, Printed MUSLINS, GRENADINES, Ac. ALSO, MANTLES and JACKETS, of the most Fashionable Shapes, in Silk, Cashmere, Grenadine, Mohair, &c.
June 25, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEDNESDAY, June 25, 1862.

WEDNESDAY, June 25, 1862.

BIRTHS. . At 4, West Craibstone Street, on the 10th iust., the wife George D. Rutherford, Esq., of a daughter. . At 13, Huxter Row, on the 23d inst., Mrs James Largie, ot son. . At 263, George Street, Aberdeen, on the 15th instant, Mrs A* C. FoRSS, of a son. At 17, High Street,
June 25, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRANCE AND MEXICO

FRANCE AND MEXICO

Paris, June 23. —The Patrie of this evening says—Admiral Graviere will return to Mexico charged with important mission. General Lorenccz’s troops are perfectly entrenched and provisioned. On the 14th May they still occupied the plateau of Amozoe.
June 25, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Church of Scotland India Mission. ANNUAL COLLECTION. . Appointment of the General Assembly, the INDIA mt«q;^ Collection in iud of

Church of Scotland India Mission. ANNUAL COLLECTION. . Appointment of the General Assembly, the INDIA mt«q;^ Collection in iud of

the FUNDS of the will be made in all the Churches and Chapels Scotland, on Sunday next, the 17th infant. C.l a c„„ JOHN ROBERTSON, D.D., ~®?ow, 9th Aujpist, 1862. Convener.
August 13, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LADY SALTOUN. THIS BAZAAR has been fixed to take place within the Harbour Commissioners’ Hall, on Friday the I 70» day of October next, the following Ladies have kindly agreed to take Tables Mrs Jamieson and Mrs Park. Mrs M'Laren and Mrs Mellis. Mrs Beatson
August 13, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INDIA,

INDIA,

The following extracts are from the summary of the Bombay Gazette :— The intelligence of the death of Lord Canning received in Bombay by telegram on the sth July. The intelligence casts a gloom over every community that it reaches in India; it causes grief to the heart of every
August 13, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE POOR IN THE PARKS.

THE POOR IN THE PARKS.

Under this title the Daily Telegraph reports the following: result of a night visit to the Mall, James’s.Park ; It is a 6ne night ; there is still a certain warmth in the air ; and, though there is no moon to bo seen, there is ample light from the host of stars that are shining.
August 13, 1862 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland