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PREPARED JELLIES.

PREPARED JELLIES.

ORANGE, LEMON, CALFSFOOT, PUNCH, NOYEAU, MADEIRA, VANILLA—Quarts, 2/6 ; Pints, 1/6 ; Half-Pints, 1/ each. WINES. K INLOCH’S CATALAN. WHITE W INE, rich or diy, 15/ 17/ 20/ per Doz. RED WINE, do. do., 15/ 17/ 20/ „ PORT 24/ 30/ 42/ 48/ „ SHERRY, 22, 36/ 42/ „ CLARET, 12/6 15/ 18/
November 29, 1871 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CURE FOR TOOTHACHE.

CURE FOR TOOTHACHE.

Messrs This extraordinary application, marvellous GABRIEL'S -j its effects, gives immediate relief without injuring the tooth, and forms a temporary Vstopping. Is IJd. CORALITE TOOTHPASTE, Messrs For cleansing and improving the teeth, imparts GABRIEL’S j a natural redness to the
November 29, 1871 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGHSHIRE.

EDINBURGHSHIRE.

f oll ' Desirable Farms on the Estate To be Let, for number of tb- lt with Entry the Houses and of the and to the Arable Lauds the scpa.r< l3 year from the ground, pe®^ I. npHE FARM of re f?oM X Parishes of Borthwick and Temple, exten * cS cTd sessed by the heirs of the late M A
November 29, 1871 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE CROWN ASSAILED.

THE CROWN ASSAILED.

i The late Earl of Derby used to say that his mission was i“to stem the tide of democracy.” In these days that , should be the absolute and supreme duty of every statesman. When Lord Derby was alive there was not so much necessity for a statesman to direct all his energies to th
November 29, 1871 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN MARKETS.

ABERDEEN MARKETS.

ABERDEEN PROVISION MARKET—FRIDAY, Nov. 24. There was an average attendance at market to-day. Prices as under : s. n. s. d. S. D. s. D Beef, lb 1 0 | Grilse, lb to Mutton, 0 7to 0 10 Salmon oto Veal, Bto 1 1 Butter, slb 1 2to 1 4 Lamb, do 0 Bto Eggs, dozen 1 Ito 1 Pork, do 7to He
November 29, 1871 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Every Monday, Tues., Wed., Saturday. Every Monday. Dec., and ev. h Friday 30th Nov., and ev. 4th Thurs. 14th Dec.,

Every Monday, Tues., Wed., Saturday. Every Monday. Dec., and ev. h Friday 30th Nov., and ev. 4th Thurs. 14th Dec.,

and ev.4th Thurs. Daily. Bth Dec. ICth Dec. 17 th Dec. Every Wednes. Bth and 23d of every month. jBth Dec., and ev. 2d Friday. 30th Nov., andev. Thursday. Bth Dec., and cv. 2d Friday 30th Nov., and ev. 2d Thur. Daily. Daily. Ev. Mon. & Wed. |Ev. Wed. A Thur Daily. Daily. Ist Sat
November 29, 1871 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

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November 30, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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November 29, 1871 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WHEAT SOWING. ID OWN'S FARMERS' FRIEND, SMUT IN WHEAT, AND THE RAVAGES OF THE SLUG, IIWJ3, AND WIEEWOH3II. It will

WHEAT SOWING. ID OWN'S FARMERS' FRIEND, SMUT IN WHEAT, AND THE RAVAGES OF THE SLUG, IIWJ3, AND WIEEWOH3II. It will

also promote the Germination and Growth of the Seed Wheat, and increase the produce of the Crop equal to a change of Seed. A NINEPIINNY PACKET IS SUFFICIENT FOR SIX BUSHELS OF SEED WHEAT, which can be drafted and fit to sow in a quarter of hour. TESTIMONIALS from the largest Whe
November 29, 1871 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BREACH OF PROMISE--DAMAGES £250. In London, the canse of "Target s. Vincent, 1ne.,7 ' has been heard, and wss an

BREACH OF PROMISE--DAMAGES £250. In London, the canse of "Target s. Vincent, 1ne.,7 ' has been heard, and wss an

action for breach of promise d marriage. The defendant pleaded the usual pleas Mr. Chambers, and Mr. Vero, went counsel for the plaintiff Mr. Day and Mr. Hall were counsel for the defendant. The plaintif in this case, who was 19 years of February lent, was the daughter of a mark
November 29, 1871 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland