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HOUSE TO LIM entry at Whitsunday, in CHARLOTIR STIIRKT. contat iii g 2 Public Houma, itediuoins. Attic Do., Kitchen, Pantry,

HOUSE TO LIM entry at Whitsunday, in CHARLOTIR STIIRKT. contat iii g 2 Public Houma, itediuoins. Attic Do., Kitchen, Pantry,

W.C., I.ud Water Guide the Howe. IVaahhoualr tud Gaideu adjoining, presently occupied by Mr WILLIAM UIt.KIIART, JUMT.— For particular s apply to Mrs Junasroar:. Eagleslield ; or Mr URQTHART, Merchant, High Street, Laughului.
February 19, 1879 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
MANURES. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 'MANURES ASS NANUFACTUIDID aT GRAHAM, MAXWELL, & FAIRLIE, CHSVICAL AND MANIADC WoNES, SILLOTH. Fur Prioe

MANURES. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 'MANURES ASS NANUFACTUIDID aT GRAHAM, MAXWELL, & FAIRLIE, CHSVICAL AND MANIADC WoNES, SILLOTH. Fur Prioe

Lista apply to their Agent, ROBERT M 0 F FAT, MANCHA N 7, ROWANBURN, CANONBIE. . I WINTER FASItiogS. S. & J. JACKSON , to Mows JOHN KW, & IRE n..w shewiug a u:h..itx• .w•leCii.nr the NEWEST GOODS IN Olt NI ATER I ALS, SKIN N. KT' MIS. MANTLES. JACKETS, ULSTERS, TRIMMINGS, BRON 6
February 19, 1879 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
RESULTS-MI.

RESULTS-MI.

Number of Pmposals for Assurance made to the Directors, Number of Proposals for Assurance accepted Other life transactions proposed and accepted, 4O Total accepted, 662 Amount of Sums proposed for Assurance, £574,619 0 6 Amount of Sums for which New Policies have been i55ued,...
March 3, 1852 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
NO. M. CIRCULATION. 1700./

NO. M. CIRCULATION. 1700./

ADDITIONAL. SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR PROPOSPD WATER -WORKS AT LANGHOLM, Amount formerly advertised. t & 291 17 6 1 1 0 Reg. IL 11,wman. Chelmsford. R. Armstrong. Esq.. Lazton Hall, Northamptonshire. 1 1 0 Matthew Murray. Esq.. York. . 1 1 0 James Oediles gsq.. Bombay, . 110 0 Mr Matthe
December 1, 1852 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
with entry at Whitsunday, a Flat in Rosevale Street —Apply to JOHN Street.

with entry at Whitsunday, a Flat in Rosevale Street —Apply to JOHN Street.

February 11, 1880 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 

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August 4, 1852 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
DICK DOWNIE'S LAST FUDDLE.

DICK DOWNIE'S LAST FUDDLE.

What ! Do I know Dick Downie I Yes, I've known him for the list ten years, and In a variety of characters too. I've known him as dancing post runner, pedestrian, breeder of fancy dogs, shoemaker, &c. But in that last capacity he much re- sembled the fatuous Soutar Beechen, " who
February 11, 1880 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
WOOL, &e.

WOOL, &e.

GL. WOOL SALEFL—This market is less active this week. There is still a fair inquiry for most classes% but the actual business done for urgent requirements. The London sales open on the Pith curt, and the general impression is that prices will show a considerable advance over the
February 11, 1880 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
Wariettts.

Wariettts.

A person once sent a oote to a waggish friend for the loan of his asesepaper, and received in return his marriage certificate. Those dear eyes of thine,' as the old gentleman said when he bought his wife another pair of fifty shilling spectacles. THE GOLDEN RULE. —A distinguishe
November 3, 1852 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
MURDER AT IRVINE.

MURDER AT IRVINE.

On the night of Monday. the 11th ult., the quiet burgh of Irvine was thrown into a state of great excitement. I.y the occurrence of one of the most Appetit.: and cold-blooded murders which has ever disgraeld our country. The particulars of the dreadful circumstance, as nearly as
November 3, 1852 - Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser - Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland