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Iprotttbings in farlianunL

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110118 E OF LORDS. Thursday, March 2. The hasisess was limited to the presentation of petitions, the second reading of the consolidated fund bill, and the committal of the New Zealand Government BBL Friday, Ifarrh 3. Lord CAMPBELL presented a petition from the Town Council of St
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS & MEARNS REGISTER.

MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS & MEARNS REGISTER.

people of the have treated me es kindly, sad I feel rather fatigued, and I beg to decline year ogee. I wish to wait answer from the 'amen to London." Before Mr. Peckham left him, the Xing gave him the whole of his money for the purpose of getting it exchanged for English coin, a
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
masters to show themselves alive to the state of

masters to show themselves alive to the state of

matters—to bestir themselves in rebutting the calumnies which malevolence may bring against them—to manifest an interest in all educational movements, from a desire to give all possible efficiency to the institutions with which they aro connected, and whose practical operation i
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
ROAD REBORN.

ROAD REBORN.

GREAT AND IMPORTANT SLEETING of TILE TENANTRY OF KINCARDINEsIIIRE. On Wednesday last, a large and influential meeting of the elite of the farmers in the Stearns was held at Laurencekirk, for the purpose of considering the question of Road Reform. as advocated by Mr. Pagan of Fif
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
LAURENCEKIRK.

LAURENCEKIRK.

SANATaIY REFORII.-Orr authorities have received an order from the Board of Supervision to look after the physical condition of this placeto see that all nuisances of filth be at once removed adjacent to our streets o• houses—and to prohibit such accumulations hereafter. Our comm
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Pease and Beams, do.,

Pease and Beams, do.,

Pease and Beams, 1 I Nye, do.. 1 8 6 Oatmeal, per boll of 110 imp. lba., 0 16 4 lINCARIJINT.IIIIIItr. W Fodder White Oat., per qr. 0 L It 9 Potatoe Oats, per do 1 1 0 9 0 &re, per do. Pe►=e, per do 1 6 8 16 8 Barley, per do. Wheat, per do. Beans, per do 1 8 81 1 IS Oatraeal, per
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
TUB WUXI, Wh.f. . Bart Oats. . s. 4. A. Week ending'.]. /3 1 31 V I 43 Week ending's].

TUB WUXI, Wh.f. . Bart Oats. . s. 4. A. Week ending'.]. /3 1 31 V I 43 Week ending's].

31 II 3 V S Week Feb. I 7 41 Week ending II 7 43 I Week ending - II 51 II I 43 1 Week V. 3 V 41 7 Aggressor by 61 5 3D I 43
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Sritialt Funds.

Sritialt Funds.

Funds. per C 43.434... Kt We 1114 SIC Canals Amami. • N 4 In per “: OM I IN India 233 I Ea Ml* W. HI II IT 4 Prices Scottish Macau.
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
NOTICE.—No Opine or any of its preparations in Mere I.ozenges. Under the patronazo of the King of Pravda, his the

NOTICE.—No Opine or any of its preparations in Mere I.ozenges. Under the patronazo of the King of Pravda, his the

King of Hanover. and moot of the Noforty awl Clergy ..f tho United Kinzdom, and esneeiall) recommended by the Fa- COUCH LOZENGE ACERTAIN REMEDY for disorders of the ORGANS—tot Difficulty of Breathin —In Redundancy of Phlegm—in Incipient CowittimPTlOA (of which Cocoa, is the most
March 10, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONT KOS F.. Sep..

MONT KOS F.. Sep..

There were few transactions in any kind of tenths today. Wheat could have been bought at a decline of per qr., but buyers seemed careless. Oats brought nearly last week's prices. Wheat. for 6210.. wt. • • 64a ad to per .for 53 b.. .t •for Nth. .4 • to —e prr yr. SY Ild to ?Sold
September 15, 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland