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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Versa ri.i.ES, May 23.—The National Assembly will commence on Monday the discussion of the Army Reorganisation Bill. M. Thiers had an interview with MM. Lauterie and Chasseloup Laubat this morning, concerning the contingent to be incorporated in the regular army, which is the on
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GERMANY.

GERMANY.

COLOGNE, May 25. —The Cologne Gazette learns that by order of the Pope sentence of excommunication will be pronounced upon Herr Luunemann, the military chaplain, in case he should continue to celebrate divine service for the garrison in the military church of St Pantaleon, the u
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1872.

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1872.

SCOTLAND. The Duke of Buccleuch has guaranteed a contribution of £2OOO towards the erection of the Scottish National Albert Memorial in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. The Marchioness of Ailsa gave birth to a son and heir on ■Wednesday afternoon at Lord Blantyre’s residence in Berk
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STATUS OF ST ANDREWS PROFESSORS,

STATUS OF ST ANDREWS PROFESSORS,

STATUS OF ANDREWS PROFESSORS, The Assembly met at seven o’clock in the evening, when a report was submitted regarding the Status of the St Andrews professors. The Assembly sat till a quarter to two o’clock in the morning on the case. The Procurator moved that the Assembly sustain
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE PROFESSORSHIP OF HISTORICAL THEOLOGY.

THE PROFESSORSHIP OF HISTORICAL THEOLOGY.

Mr Urquhart gave notice that he would move the appointment of Mr James Murdoch, Pitsligo, to the vacant office of Professor of Historical Theology in Glasgow College.
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Forty-four Sealers Wrecked—Great Loss of Life.

Forty-four Sealers Wrecked—Great Loss of Life.

Forty-four Sealers Wrecked —Great Loss of Life. New York, Tuesday.—Four steamers and forty sailing vessels, of the seal fishing fleet* off Labrador and Newfoundland, have been wrecked on iceberg. The whole of the crews, which averaged ninetv men, perished. It is reported that Mr
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GEORGE PETER. LITERATURE.

GEORGE PETER. LITERATURE.

Brennut; or the Downfall of Tyranny. A Tragedy in Five Acts. Alcander; or Love and Friendship. A Drama in Two Acts. By William M'Lean. Glasgow : Thomas Murray & Sons. It is remarkable how prolific Glasgow is in poetry. Probably the reason is not far to seek—it contains a very gr
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PAIRS IN MAY. Wed. 29. Glamis —New Pitsligo—Tarland. Thur. 30. Broadford, Skye—Fife-Keith— Udny'Station. Fri. 31. Aberdeen (feeing)—Glenelg—Wick. FAIRS IN JUNE.

PAIRS IN MAY. Wed. 29. Glamis —New Pitsligo—Tarland. Thur. 30. Broadford, Skye—Fife-Keith— Udny'Station. Fri. 31. Aberdeen (feeing)—Glenelg—Wick. FAIRS IN JUNE.

Mon. 3. Ellon —Eoht—Kirkwall —Rothes. Tues. 4. Elgin—Oldmeldrnm. Wed. 6. Huntly—Dingwall—Stromness. Thur. 6. Hawkhall —Strichen. Frj. 7. Anchindoir. Sat. 8. Durris, Mon. 10. Rothie—Torphins—Laurencekirk. Xues. XI. Alford—Ballalister—Forres —Old Deer and Mintlaw Muchalls. Wed. 12
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW GRAIN MARKET—Wednesday, May 22,

GLASGOW GRAIN MARKET—Wednesday, May 22,

To-<lav we had small attendance at our Com Exchange. Wheat and Flour met with a slow sale the prices of this day sennight. Barley, oats, beans, and pease brought full prices. Maize declined 3d per lbs. Oatmeal advanced per lbs. GIBSON & CLARK, 29, Waterloo Street. S. I>. S. D. 2
May 29, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
N°- C 486.

N°- C 486.

May 1, 1872 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland