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~? : ' lorfro6‘43foltOtrO. FRIDAY, S. M the season advances, Ireland, the "great difficult!.. continues to present alarming and serious spprehension The most anxious exertions to relieve their distresses hare failed. has not simply been liberal, —she has been profuse. Public work
January 8, 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE.

DUNDEE.

MALICIOUS TRICK. —On the afternoon of Toesday week, while the Wonder coach was onher way to Perth, an accident occurred which was nearly attended with serious coosequeuces. The night was dark, and the driver was proceeding at a moderate pare with his lamp► burning brightly, when
January 8, 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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(Fres Tug Ravanum—lt is probable that the accounts of menu*, leads up this evening. wdl I.e quite as satisfactory as those of the ass It ed that there wdl be an ins►ass upon Customs, and • large upon ea the %meter ; and that corresponding increase on both will appear on the accou
January 8, 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THE JURY COURT. We lately took to remark epos the present state of the the Court of vitae appears that

THE JURY COURT. We lately took to remark epos the present state of the the Court of vitae appears that

ow divalent of the Court bee time yews' work already es heed, while the other not half escrapied. Last week has famished us with a writhe( IlLstestfsa of the braking of another breech Comet, whieh certainly call. loudly for It appsen that a against Dimpla•--had been under trial
January 8, 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
J MEARN S REGISTER. Inn to be Let.

J MEARN S REGISTER. Inn to be Let.

THAT well-frequ e nt e d INN, ca ll e d TRINITY PARK, close on the Turnpike Road at Trinity Muir, Breeltin, with about 4 acres of Land attached —all as lately possessed by Mr 6eurge Llewellyn, now deemed, will he let for such period, from and after the Bth day of July current, a
July 5, 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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MOST APPALLINO ?dour:int.—Friday morning, at an early hour, Peter Lori'ln, a pensioner at 9,1 per day, from the 87th Foot, who lives a Shaneglish, within two miles of Oort, murdered his two sons—one 15, and the other 13 years of age—by cutting the belly of ow., and the throat of
July 5, 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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December 6, 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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, 1 MEARN S REGISTER. :-- eXperionce of the coast of Africa—that, without increasing our force, we may art much more.efficeciously for the suppression of the slare.trade than we are doing at present. What he propose' te, to establish a blockade of t►e whole of that part of the We
March 15, 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
NORTHERN FORFARSIIIRE TURNPIKES.

NORTHERN FORFARSIIIRE TURNPIKES.

Bale of Tolls. To be sold, by public roup, within the Tow•n_Hal of ;Montrose, upon Ft iday the Wilt day of Apri next, nt two o'clock afternoon, Collection of TOLL-DHTIES, to be lcvied and taken at the NORTH LINKS BAR, recently erected on the Road from Montrose, to the Bridges ov
March 15, 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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October 11, 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland