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STRATHDON.

STRATHDON.

' .. ..A^s ,y .A Ads- -t .wi Yeaterday was observed as a day of thanksgiving ?? for the late , abundant harvest in conformity with the appointment of the Synod of the ler. bounds. The minister officiated, and chose for his text Zecharsah ix. and 17-" For bow great is His tisink
November 8, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BANK FAILURE.

THE BANK FAILURE.

THlE BANEK FAILURE. I I . GLAGww, Toeoday. The Lord-Advocate, we believe, is willing to allow others of the acousod to leave prison when sufficlent and satisfactosy bail is tendered. There seemns to be little doubt that tile reason why several of the accused are bot now at libert
November 6, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

THE AkrGHAN CRISIS. ter THE BRITISH FORCES. ad -- noC he DISPOSITION OF THE TROOPS. ed he j- he THE VICEROY'S ULTIMATUM. in. lic SIMLA, Tuesday, 8 40 p.m. It is officially announced that in the Peshawur Valley m the field force will le composed of two divisions, the isa one being
November 6, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR R. W. DUFF. M.P., AT DUFFTOWN.

MR R. W. DUFF. M.P., AT DUFFTOWN.

liUFF'VOWN. Yeasttrblay afternoon Mr R. W. Duff, M.P. for Ilanif- mosi ' hjiise, ahilressedis large meeting of hlis onustituenits in ROSE tjie Tovniliall, Dnfftown. Mir Dulff was accompanlied to the 1diiltfurml by Viscount dhladuff, Sir Georgoe8-66 Ilttojeliersoii Grant, Bnrt., M
October 30, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

THE AFGHAN CRISIS.

ThE AFGHAN CRISIS. iTHE3 COMMAND OF B'RITISH TROOPS. ONDA THE EYEl OF WAER. ILOYALTY OF NATIVE£ Th'OOPS. SIMtA, Tuesday. General Maude supersedes General Ross at Pesha- wur. General Stewart will assumne the command at 31voltan on the 30th inst. Orders have been given to collect s
October 30, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE PATENT

THE PATENT

September 7, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SHOCKING DOUBLE MURDER,

SHOCKING DOUBLE MURDER,

A shocking double murder was committed on Monday afternoon at the barracks of the Northamptonshire and Rutland Militia, in Northampton, by Patrick John Byrne, until recently colour-sergeant in the militia. In consequence of misconduct, Byrne had been reduced and ordered to leave
September 7, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHAPTER XXIII,

CHAPTER XXIII,

The sun was in the zenith, the sky was clear and the Fairy Queen was scudding before fine breeze some thirty miles from land, when Edward and Nelly came deck to enjoy the pure fresh air, and shake off tendency to sea-shkness. They were seated on the quarter-deck when the sailor
September 7, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS,

DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS,

September 7, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RHEUMATISM.

RHEUMATISM.

There are few complaints more difficult to remove by ordinary remedies than Rheumatism ; none yield more readily to the soothing influence Magnetism, and the rapidity with which cure, or very considerable relief, is obtained is' often almost incredible] Renew Faded Articles of C
September 7, 1878 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland