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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

That the Provisions of the aforesaid Act will be strictly enforced against all persons who shall commit any of the saul offences, by unlawfully taking, or attempting to take OYSTERS or OYSTER BROOD from the Oyster Beds Is that part of the CROMARTY FIRTII extending from the SUTOR
May 28, 1850 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
FRIDAY, MAY 24,

FRIDAY, MAY 24,

On the motion for going into Committee of Supply, Mr BLACKSTONE moved for leave to bring in a bill to repeal as much of the Act 3 and 4 Vic., cap. 17, as imposes an additional duty of 10 per cent, on assessed and window taxes. The amount produced by this additional tax was £276,
May 28, 1850 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Ray. Ds Davv.—The Rev. Dr Duff preached for the first time since his arrival in Scotland from India, in Free 'Tolbooth Church, Infirmary Street (Rev. Mr Tweedie's), on forenoon of Sabbath last. He chose for his text, Romans 1, "Be not conformed to this world." The church was cro
May 28, 1850 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
ASSEMBLY LETTERS. No. I.

ASSEMBLY LETTERS. No. I.

Edinburgh, 23d May 1850. Thursday Evening. For some days past, clerical strangers, and other signs of the General Assemblies, have appeared. Advantage was taken of the number of strangers in town to have a meeting yesterday for a most important practical object—to form an associ
May 28, 1850 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
. MACKENZIE, SURGEON and ACCOUCHEUR, begs to intimate to the Inhabitants of Inverness and 'leithat be intends commencing the practice

. MACKENZIE, SURGEON and ACCOUCHEUR, begs to intimate to the Inhabitants of Inverness and 'leithat be intends commencing the practice

of his Proall its branches, in v, on or ''the . ; v
May 28, 1850 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
• Speedily will be Published, BY C. KEITH, 21 STREET, INVERNESS, And to be had of all Booksellers, Price Is

• Speedily will be Published, BY C. KEITH, 21 STREET, INVERNESS, And to be had of all Booksellers, Price Is

; or Post Free, Is 6d, MR MITLOC K'S LETTERS AND EDITORIAL ARTICLES on the STATE of the HIGHLANDS and WESTERN ISLES, Reprinted from the " Inverness Advertiser." CONTENTS. 1. Lord Macdonald's Evictions.—The Sollas Sufferers. 2. Sutherland.—Burnings—Clearances—Sheep-Farming System
May 28, 1850 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
HIGHLAND ROADS AND BRIDGES. ROUP OF TOLLS IN THE COUNTIES OF INVERNESS AND ROSS.

HIGHLAND ROADS AND BRIDGES. ROUP OF TOLLS IN THE COUNTIES OF INVERNESS AND ROSS.

VOTICE is Hereby Given, that the TOLL S 111 leviable at the following TOLL BARS in the Counties of INVERNESS and ROSS, will be exposed to Roup, in terms of the Act 4, Geo. IV., Cap. 56, for the period of One Year from the 25th day of November next, on the days and at the places
August 26, 1856 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
nlicrntss Abbatistr.

nlicrntss Abbatistr.

TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1856.
August 26, 1856 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THE ADULTERATION QUESTION.

THE ADULTERATION QUESTION.

The Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons appointed to inquire into the adulteration of food, drinks, and drugs, furnishes matter for serious consideration, as well to persons engaged in trade as to the general public, suggesting questions of grave importance af
August 26, 1856 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
NOTES BY TILE WAYSIDE IN GLENURQUHART, &c.

NOTES BY TILE WAYSIDE IN GLENURQUHART, &c.

The ruins of Urquhart Castle, which form so prominent an object from the deck of the steamers, cannot be passed by the foot traveller without some curiosity and regard, arid we made it our business to take a slight survey of these venerable and majestic remnants of the past, whi
August 26, 1856 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland