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Railways.

Railways.

MIKA media.- 301 y Jely Alf. i 17,141 .Trams. • Wish* eadiag— July 16 17.01 01 July 23 16,705 July 13.061 Aag. 6 Weeks eliding— July 23 33,177 July Aug. 6
August 20, 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRESBYTERY OF EDINBURGH.

PRESBYTERY OF EDINBURGH.

The Preabytery met on Too.:lay in the Trustees' 11-11: f.avoch. Mode,to It ith re'ereare to the Dean Church unl par.eh.1.4114 Hr M 410. n, the p .Itoul.l pr. the iep a nbrr , on I (hit hr m .laratiuto of a call take place uu tab Septem'we. wi.he I in .tote. t'ust he moved I, thi
August 20, 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDUCkTION.

EDUCkTION.

The Earl of BANDON prearntell several petition. from places in Ireland, is favour of Chareh education in that cumitry. ATIOIIII4 Lord DENM presented neve tietitions in favour of Ibis bill from Itcalriale and otlmt•plaren. The Bishop of a petition from the Vic of Nosing, in agains
July 2, 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
what would the country gain by the overthrow of Peel ! The strong majority, which dares its numbers from the

what would the country gain by the overthrow of Peel ! The strong majority, which dares its numbers from the

Tory interest lout its policy from the Conservative Premier, would be dissolved; but there is no reason to expect that the balanerof power would be transferred to another party. We should return to that neutralization of all forces and energies from which we have just escaped. N
July 2, 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTCH PROVINCIAL NEWS CONTINUED SINGCLAII FACT.-10 our obituary of Monday last, we noticed the death of Mr William Whitelaw, late

SCOTCH PROVINCIAL NEWS CONTINUED SINGCLAII FACT.-10 our obituary of Monday last, we noticed the death of Mr William Whitelaw, late

farmer, Clincart. As this was no ordinary individual, a short notice of him may not be deemed intrusive. lies father, for upwards of half a century, farmed the lands of Clincart, in the parish of Cathcart, belonging to the deceased Benjamin Barton, Esq. writer in Glasgow. Here W
July 2, 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Erracsarr.

Erracsarr.

I YOUR 1101. Br not deceived b any slight healing of the hurt of y our soul. Be not ivertA from the point which first and moat urgently presses you,—the subject of your peace with God,—by any extraneous considerations, however plausible,—far leas ailow it to be thus rapes or set
January 7, 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
.—.....--.. Onto Out« Wt.. SO 4 30 Ditto 11Alf Near 2110 s

.—.....--.. Onto Out« Wt.. SO 4 30 Ditto 11Alf Near 2110 s

Onto Out« Wt.. 30 Ditto Near 2110 s Whale, per L. 4 Cod, prr burel °Uwe, do. we Lai ludo V A L , co : ready, a:owe oar. lane .4a. quarters. Be.t. Current. Wheat ZS 12 6 .. £2 7 0 1109 Oat t • 6 .. 017 0 1 A 6 1 0 37 ho 12 6 1 10 6 ♦verata What, La. 7. Etd. pe Dunbar Malik XarkAit
January 7, 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A SERMON WILL be Preached THURSDAY, the 9th ilea.. at Two o'clock, in ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, By the Raw. W.

A SERMON WILL be Preached THURSDAY, the 9th ilea.. at Two o'clock, in ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, By the Raw. W.

IL TWEEDIE, OW rat cars, When s Collactios will ha ma& is aid of INFANT SCHOOL at the WATER OF LEITH. Saturday, 4th liana 11143.
March 8, 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO STRAW BONNET MAKERS.

TO STRAW BONNET MAKERS.

THE Subscriber begs to intimate that he •haa got to hand a Large Assortment of the following STRAW PLAITS, of • better Colour than my that has been in the market for several yesra,:riv. Listen Dunstable, to 11.6 d. ; Patent Ditto, Is. Rd. to 2s. 6d. ; ItoproveA llonstable,6.l to
March 8, 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
William Beak, examined by Mr Waddington—l am • srojeant in the 2d dragoon guard,, and frequently saw Ike eoner standing

William Beak, examined by Mr Waddington—l am • srojeant in the 2d dragoon guard,, and frequently saw Ike eoner standing

about Whitehall, air loiter's' mar Downing Street and the Home Office. Sometimes be would walk past Sir Robert Peel's and the Duke of Bacclench's, and round by the garden to the same spot. I once asked the prisoner to enlist., and be declined, and said he was merely waiting to s
March 8, 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland