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FIRST COMPANY.

FIRST COMPANY.

Captain Commandant—Mr Hutchison of Mouyruy. First Lieutenant—Mr Jas. Morrison, accountant.* Second Lieutenant—Mr Patrick Jamieson, surgeon. second company. Captain—Mr Arbuthnot of Invernettie. First Lieutenant—Mr David Gray, shipmaster. Second Lieutenant—Mr P. Irvine, solicitor.
February 29, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Largest Weekly Paper in Scotland.

Largest Weekly Paper in Scotland.

The weekly Scotsman (PRICE TWOPENCE), Containing full record of the Home and Foreign News of the Week, Original Articles, Literature, and Latest Telegraph, &c., up to the hour of publication, is published every Saturday Morning. To be had of all Booksellers, or from the Office,
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL TREATIES AND FREE TRADE.

COMMERCIAL TREATIES AND FREE TRADE.

ten days at latest the Commercial Treaty which our Ministers have concluded with France will be most likely in the hands of our readers, and we shall then be able to discuss its details more satisfactorily than we can now. in general, there can be no doubt that, if confirmed by
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEST ABERDEEN COAL FUND

WEST ABERDEEN COAL FUND

SUBSCRIPTIONS received since last Advertisement Miss Gordon, 3, Union Place, per Jas. Wyllie ... ... ... ... 10 0 Mr James Aiken, Union Place ... 5 0 Rev. W. L. Mitchell, Skene Street ... 0 5 0 Mr Fraser of Heathcot ... ... 0 10 Miss Dingwall Fordyce, Union Place ... 0 5 Mrs Jam
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Inn and Lodgings to be Let.

Inn and Lodgings to be Let.

THAT Centrical and Commodious INN, or TAVERN, in Burnet’s Court, Exchequer Row, Aberdeen, long occupied by Mrs Affleck, and presently by George Smith, will be Let, with Immediate Entry, for such period as may be agree-* '^ astern* os-kj-uo u* 11 .. o*ci, non, the whole Furniture
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TOW COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

TOW COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

Monday, Jan. 30. Special Meeting of the Town Council was held this day the Lord Provost presiding. _ Present : The four Baillies ; the City Treasurer ; Dr Christie ; Messrs Shepherd, Cruickshank, \\ ilhamson, Leslie, Gordon, Ligertwood, Watson, Brown, Urquhart, and Jamieson. the
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHARITIES.

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHARITIES.

In reply to Mr Newdegate, Sir G. C. Lewis said that the Government had under consideration a bill to amend the laws relating to the Roman Catholic charities. CHURCH RATES. Sir John Trelawny obtained leave to bring in a bill to abolish Church Rates, which was afterwards brought i
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PLOUGHING MATCHES.

PLOUGHING MATCHES.

Fyvie.—A spirit of emulation having arisen among the ploughmen on the north side of Fyvie and neighbouring parish, a field of lea was kindly granted by Mr Alexander, South Blackhill, where a Ploughing Match came oflT on the 20th ult., when 26 ploughs started, performing their wo
February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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February 1, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISPLENISH SALE.

DISPLENISH SALE.

There -will- be Sold, Public Roup, at Cairnton Cottage, Upper Banchory, on Tuesday the 14th day of February, THE Whole FARM STOCKING, IMPLEMENTS, die., there, belonging to Mr John M'Donald, outgoing tenant, viz 4 Fine Young Aberdei Calf. 3 Two-year-old STOTS 1 One-year-old STOT.
February 8, 1860 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland