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The Societe de Geographie of Paris are making preparations for the celebration, on the 14th inst., of the centenary the

The Societe de Geographie of Paris are making preparations for the celebration, on the 14th inst., of the centenary the

death of Captain Cook. The fund for replacing the Birmingham Free Library is now expected to reach some beyond the amount originally asked for as necessary, viz., £10,000. The other evening a shepherd employed on Garbale Farm, Arrochar, had stolen from his chest two Union Bank i
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE BANK FRAUDS.

THE BANK FRAUDS.

LIBERATION OF MK SCOTT. It has been arranged, we understandtoacceptbail on behalf of Mr Scott, partner the firm of John, Innes Wright & Co. The amount has been fixed at £IUUO, for which two friends of the accused have become security. The charge against Scott is thatoif emhf»77l
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PLUCKY ARTILLERYMEN.

PLUCKY ARTILLERYMEN.

The letter of correspondent from the Kurum force contains an interesting anecdote which illustrates the spirit our artillery. He writes : —" The road along which we are marching is atrociously bad ; it is simply no road at all; for many hundred yards in places the rocky beds nul
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SOME RESULTS OF THE FRENCH LOTTERY.

SOME RESULTS OF THE FRENCH LOTTERY.

All sorts of amusing anecdotes are told about the supposed prize-winners. We have heard of the confirmed old bachelor wedding his cook, to discover that Pauline had disposed of the ticket which bore the cabalistic figures of the winning number ; and the grocer boy who actually t
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE BIGAMY. At the Lambeth Police Court, London, before Mr Ellison, Sarah Ann Guerrier (24), giving her address in Union Grove, Clapham, was charged on remand with feloniously intermarrying with James Simon Holman, her husband, Luke Dawson Guerrier, being then an
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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THE SPOILS OF A RECEIVER OF STOLEN GOODS.

THE SPOILS OF A RECEIVER OF STOLEN GOODS.

THE SPOILS OF RECEIVER OF STOLEN GOODS. There is at present, the Bethnal Green Police Station, London, under the charge of Inspector Wildey, of the Criminal Investigation Department, attached to the K Division, and Detective Sergeant Rolfe and Wallis, about one of the most extrao
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Ruined by Legacy.—The body of man named .James Kerr, 40 years of age, belonging to County Antrim, has been found

Ruined by Legacy.—The body of man named .James Kerr, 40 years of age, belonging to County Antrim, has been found

in the Forth and Clyde Canal. He was identified by a rent-book found in his pocket, 'in which there were also £28 in bank notes. Some time ago a legacy of £500 was left him. He gave himself to dissipation, has never worked since.
February 10, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Evening Express.

Aberdeen Evening Express.

.ABERDEEN, FRIDAY, MAR. 21,1879. To-day's news from tlie East is not of a cheern* character. The Berlin correspondent, •who day or two ago reported that a large Russian force was preparing inarch Merv, repeats his statement in a more positive form, and supports it by quotations
March 21, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S LONDON PRESS.

TO-DAY'S LONDON PRESS.

PRINCE GORTSCHAKOFF AND LORD SALISBURY. The Times says Prince GortscliakofFs reply to Lord Salisbury's despatch is plausible and ingenious, but will be felt to be not a little evasive, and even to afford no slight confirmation of Lord Salisbury's complaints. Prince Gortschakoff,
March 21, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RUSSIA IN CENTRAL ASIA.

RUSSIA IN CENTRAL ASIA.

OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. London, Wednesday. Further correspondence respecting Central Asia has been issued this morning. December 19 Count Schouvaloff wrote to Lord Salisbury that the Emperor was disposed to observe all the arrangements relative to Central Asia, concluded betwee
February 19, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland