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s e e but of natione. There were undoubtedly reel er which concurred in producing the French Revolution, but it

s e e but of natione. There were undoubtedly reel er which concurred in producing the French Revolution, but it

war Oddly the Encyclopaelistst, assiated by journalists such as Nana, that it was so darkened by atheism so delved by blood. Still. however, it is something to be led to see an clearly, as in the ease of 011cm:icier, the connecting link between an immoral work and a horrible cri
July 1, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
civil. AND ECCLESIASTICAL Arnionrry, ExTIiNT DUE TO I•:AA'!l. A correspondent railed our attention to the following front writers who, we

civil. AND ECCLESIASTICAL Arnionrry, ExTIiNT DUE TO I•:AA'!l. A correspondent railed our attention to the following front writers who, we

believe, are not usually ranked in the same class. In the first of these John Knox defines the limits of the civil authority— in the second, lir Itobortson reasons upon the extent of the ecclesiastical. The canon.' propo led by melt tore, we believe, perfectly ; but we not the t
July 1, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, June Mt The LORD Peevesr in the Chair. REPAIR HOLYROOD PALACE. Het Councillor JOHNSTONE called attention

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, June Mt The LORD Peevesr in the Chair. REPAIR HOLYROOD PALACE. Het Councillor JOHNSTONE called attention

to the state Jan of Illolyrood Palace. This ancient place, it ap- a pears, is much in want of repair. air Johnstone an" stated that the means for this repair, and also fur the improvement of the grounds adjoin ing the Palace, ' would, without difficulty, be obtained from the Go-
July 1, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOUND,

FOUND,

A GOLD WATCIL on the Bth inst. The Owner, on giving pnrtieulani, paving all expenses, and giving a suitable reward, will receive it on applying at 2,111 - Nu:a SQUARr.
March 11, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
KINROSS-SIIIRE.

KINROSS-SIIIRE.

Wheat, - - - - - Cl 3 4 Barley, best, 1 3 0 1)o., second, 1 0 0 Here (no evidence), - - - - 0 0 0 Nlalt, White oats, best, - - - - 1 1 0 Do. do. second, Oat meal, 0 19 4 Pease and Deans, - - - - 0 0 0 Wheat, - - - - £0 19 9 per boll. Ken& barley, - - - 1 4 0 do. Drytield do. - -
March 11, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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IIER MAJFSTrS MARRIAGE.

IIER MAJFSTrS MARRIAGE.

The happy event of her Majesty's marriage w ith his Royal Highness Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg (deserved in this ci with every de strution of loyalt y and showers, which hi the course of the excited nppnthensi.ms that the rejoicings might be marred by unfavourable weather. fear
February 12, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The second hull, supposed to be lodged in the liver, remains ; but the sufferer is soinewlutt better, and slight

The second hull, supposed to be lodged in the liver, remains ; but the sufferer is soinewlutt better, and slight

hopes are entertained of his reeve very. The offender been apprehended in Bristol. MraDER O►' A ELI AT MOLD.-011 Monday night, David Evans, gatnekeeper to J. Wynne Eyton, Esq. of Leeswood, near Mold, Flintshire, was murdered as he was returning h The body of the unfortunate mutt
February 12, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

MANCTIFATER.—The general state of the market was inure gloomy last week than at any former period. On Tuesday there was almost a complete stillness, but few offering to purchase even at reduced rates. This state things is invariably caused in no small degree by the continued flu
February 12, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MR COLQUHOUN OF KILLERMONT.

MR COLQUHOUN OF KILLERMONT.

Tusk, Melville," said Queen Mary to the wilt and timid courtier, when, after quitting her pre. once with the two Lords, lintliveu and Lindsay he turned back to say that his loyalty and truth were still unchanged, " Tush, Melville, what hes the truth which walks hand in hand with
September 26, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WoBICS PUBLISHED

WoBICS PUBLISHED

PUBLISHED WILLIAM CURRY, JUN. AND CO. DUBLIN. Faisint & CRAWFORD, Edinburgh, And all Booksellers. LETTERS AND PAPERS OF THEODOSIA LADY POWERSCOURT. Edited, with a Prelim*, by the Rev. Rossin DALY, A.M. Rector of Powerseourt. Third Edition, small he. cloth. MEDITATIONS ON THE HIST
January 25, 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland