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THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 18<7 TO BE LET,

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 18<7 TO BE LET,

CLINTERTY COTTAGE and GARDEN, for a period as may be agreed upon. It is 8 miles from Aber-- deen on the Inverurie Road, and a little over 2 miles from Kinaldie Station of the Great North of Scotland Railway. Apply to Mr Whyte, Little Clinterty, by Blackburn. LIKEWISE A few Acres
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE REFORM BILL.

THE REFORM BILL.

The Imperial Review says it is certain that if the Government proposal passes into law, the most steady and indus' trious of those who are now excluded will be admitted to 1 the franchise. The proviso of two years’ residence and of payment of rates will prevent any share of elec
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRENCH CONVERSATIONAL CLASS.

FRENCH CONVERSATIONAL CLASS.

THE next MEETINGS of the above CLASS, when Gentlemen may join, will be on Thursday, the 28th inst., and Monday, the Ist of April, at 8, p.m. A Class for Ladies will be Formed, ST. NICHOLAS’ SCHOOL, 95, CROWN STREET. Head Master, The Rev. HENRY AUSTIN WESTON, Of Pembroke College,
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Summer Lodgings.

Summer Lodgings.

Comfortable COTTAGE, pleasantly situated on Billhead of Pitfodels, containing Parlour, three Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantries, and other Conveniences, is to be Let for the Season, or longer if required. Apply to Mr Barnet at Billhead, or to Mr James Morison, Superintendent of the New
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRAINING FOR PUBLIC LIFE.

TRAINING FOR PUBLIC LIFE.

How is it, again, that in the larger Universities of the country no attempt is made to give anything like a systematic training to persons who are to be engaged in public life! Why, if a foreigner asks you for the name of a good book upon the Institutions of England, must you pr
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE THEOLOGICAL FACULTY,

THE THEOLOGICAL FACULTY,

Our Faculty of Theology, although somewhat larger, hardly equipped as it ought to be, and I confess that, when I look through the long array of subjects on which four Professors are expected to lecture, I long, more than in the case of any other Faculty, that they should be assi
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE CAIRNBROGIE SALE.

THE CAIRNBROGIE SALE.

The annual sale of superior Shorthorned bull calves and other stock, the property of George Marr, Esq., Cairnbrogie, took place on Thursday, and drew together, as usual, a large gathering of stock owners from the Formartine and Garioch districts, and many famed breeders from a d
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
(From Friday’s Edinburgh Gazette.)

(From Friday’s Edinburgh Gazette.)

SEQUESTRATIONS. James Stewart, wine and spirit merchant, Gordon’s Buildings, Nairn. William Crawford, innkeeper, Largs. Charles Penney, manufacturing chemist in Glasgow. William Walker and Company* hosiers and outfitters in Peith. Michael O’Neill, grocer, flesher, and spirit dea
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BANKS.

BANKS.

20 .. 7 Aberdeen Town and County.... 13 15 6 14 2 6 Stk ..100 Bank of Scotland 235 10 0 ..236 10 Stk .. 100 British Linen 232 0 .. 233 0 .. 100 Commercial 241 0 ..242 0 0 10 .. Caledonian 4 6.. 5 0 Stk ..100 City of Glasgow 140 0 ..141 0 0 Stk ..100 Clydesdale 190 0 ..192 0 0 St
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABE-BDEBN mabkets.

ABE-BDEBN mabkets.

mabkets. ABERDEEN CORN EXCHANGE— Friday, March 22. The market continues much the same as last week. Potato Oats 25‘> Od to fid .. , , , Common Oats, yq to 2 6tl [ - * busbel, ■ST •.•.•.•.ESKSSJ Oatmeal 0 21s 61 per boll of 140 lbs. Flour, fine 47- t>d to per sack 0! 280 lbs.
March 27, 1867 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland