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GLASS.

GLASS.

A VALUABLE BURSARY.—We are glad to un• derstand that Mr W.S. Stephen, son of our par. ochial schoolmaster, has obtained the Mathematic: Scholarship at Aberdeen, value £6O. DUFFTOWN.
December 24, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TIIIRITIP.

TIIIRITIP.

14th Dec.—Our market was tolerably well supplied ; notwithstanding prices ruled high, say 70s to its for best fat. There were numbers went straight to the station, being sold by the way, and about 380 appeared on the stance, and a few sheep. We subjoin a few sales :-6 slots from
December 17, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE GLASS AND CABRACH ROADS.

THE GLASS AND CABRACH ROADS.

Hews 0' GLASS. Tiseday. MAirrEa Evires,—There's been an unea din i' the quintra this gey file aboot road reform, an' I sue they're for a bill into Parliment nesht seshon aboot them. Weel man, I think a gweed heap o' the biU, Joke 'll be cheaper than fat they are eenoo, an' maybe
December 24, 1864 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
I . I k, TURNISMNG IRONMONGER, If GI

I . I k, TURNISMNG IRONMONGER, If GI

December 1, 1864 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
SHORE LANE. WICK.

SHORE LANE. WICK.

WILLIAM CRICHTON, SHEEP LED CATTLE MILES, HADDINOTON, AND Warn Ham Ing, 01 r, EDINBURGH pr Men waiting arrival of Steamer regularly at Grenton Pier. Edinburgh. ORANTON WOOL BALER. IT 111 respectfully requested that WOOL and SHEEP SKINS intended to be in time for SALE on Tuu of N
December 1, 1864 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
(Reuter's Telegram.)

(Reuter's Telegram.)

New Your, Nov. 16, Morning.—No despatches from Sherman have been received. It is asserted that be iv in a position beyond communication with Washington. Southern journals report that Hood is marching on Chattanooga. The Richmond papers warn their readers to expect startling news
December 1, 1864 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
PAINFUL SCENE AT A FUNERAL.

PAINFUL SCENE AT A FUNERAL.

On Friday lest as extraordinary and painful scene took place at Wriodston, near Peterborough. The eldest son of Mr Thomas Powell, a highly respectable farmer of the village, having died, his parents wished to have him buried in the pretty little churchyard of the parish. As a ma
December 1, 1864 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
EXTENSION TO BONAR-BRIDOE.

EXTENSION TO BONAR-BRIDOE.

ON Ist 1864, and until further notice, the Trains will Arrive and Depart at the following Hours, or as near thereto as circumstance, mill nanit: - Time taixn fruue the Railway Clucks. up Trains.
December 1, 1864 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
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December 1, 1864 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland