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Oosctd hot * axed the Pope, .flirt, per piled: that stepped dewa to kite toe UUn water; bat beteta got book 1 wake op I—aad now its dtetrsartag aw tom 1 didst eowld/' tosottstt and torn te ass.—The appmattm afat hartai, ia rreUn with HmstlsM, ties rest pew one nlfht left the seif
30 December 1848 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
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11 August 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
STRANGE FULFILMENT OF A DREAM

STRANGE FULFILMENT OF A DREAM

STRANGE FULFILMENT OF DREAM Wi.liin the last few days (acts have come our knowledge of the folio .ring strange and fatal fulfilment of dream :— Two men very respectable character, in the employ of Mr James Collee, timber merchant, &c of Brick Hall, Gt. Totham, near VVitbam, had b
11 August 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
511.75S 69)04

511.75S 69)04

♦tM»B,B9B I.SJH Drrreat* 881.9 i; pn the Year . 7*6,48.
14 July 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
M.VRWAGas

M.VRWAGas

Here, the 6th in>t., the Rev. James Grant of the Establi-died Church, Mr Raberc Fraser, jihoe* maker, to Margaret, only daughter of the fate Ge >fa? Petrie, o’.u k.Miiit’a. aa.l ste^edaugtiter of Mr fleeVor M‘Lcan, Naim. Fofrrei, °»“lt., Mr A. Stewart, Gulford, to Jestic, daught
14 July 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET.

July 9.—We hare again to report the arrival of [large supply foreign slock—the total importation siuce last being 3974 head. The at the northtrn outports hare been, during the week, about 600 head. Our market to-day wa« fiiriy ply with foreign stock, the for wh.ch ruled heavy dr
14 July 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND. Tin; Qcefn and the Villagers Charity. —On \Vcdi.es lay her Majesty and Piiiice A'bert, their return from visit to

SCOTLAND. Tin; Qcefn and the Villagers Charity. —On \Vcdi.es lay her Majesty and Piiiice A'bert, their return from visit to

Lochiiagar distillery, visited several of the cottages al Bridge of Crathy. The Queen had fiequently called the villagers, b«it this was her royal Consort's first visit. They conversed with mucli frankness and freedom with the inmates —he prircipal share of the d having, however
06 October 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
GIFFORD SHEEP FAIR.

GIFFORD SHEEP FAIR.

This market was hold on Tuesday on Gilford Common. The weather being extremely favourable, the number of ewes shown was fully above that hist year, hut lambi were about average supply. It was generally alto red that Cheviot ewes were about 3s a-nead under the prices lust year. T
06 October 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
Wftrt<*il to Isorroiv9

Wftrt<*il to Isorroiv9

to 9 /at PER CENT. INTEREST. the Soeuritv the NAIHXs.ijUE TURNPIKE TRUST, iu sa;ns of not loss linn each. Apply to Davidsov, Writer, Nairn.
06 October 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At S7tli ult,, Hun. Mr* » •on. At Wooer Park Forma* on tbo Inti.* Urqubart, • son. AtPurtU Place. Internes*, the instant. Mrs Mac Win tu»h, of daughter. At Arjiylo Sqnam, Pulteneytoisn. the u!t. tho wifu of Mr Donald outkuriaiid, Accountant, ui'a sou « MARRIAGES. the Slst instan
06 October 1849 - Nairnshire Mirror - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland