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Turkey.

Turkey.

We learn from Constantinople of the 7th ult., that the greatest consternation had been created in that capital by the intelligence of the revolutions F.urope. The Porte was taking measures to strengthen and secure its frontiers. Greek outbreaks were apprehended. The recruits rai
03 May 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES IN SCOTLAND BILL

MARRIAGES IN SCOTLAND BILL

The following is copy of the Bill intituled an Act to amend the law of Scotland affecting the constitution of Marriage, which has been introduced by Loin Campbell, the House of Lords:— [Marriage how to be contracted. J—Sect. I. y, hereas the Law of Marriage in Scotland has reaso
03 May 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRADE,

TRADE,

We invariably find, that those who are the best judges, and have the best opportunities of judging, are unanimously agreed, that the distracted state of affairs on the Continent, and the disturbances with which we have been, and are still threatened, at home, have had very marke
03 May 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROBERT GORDON’S HOSPITAL.

ROBERT GORDON’S HOSPITAL.

ANNUAL EXAMINATION. On Thursday last, the annual examination of the boys of Gordon’s Hospital took place in the presence of many of their parents and friends. The Chair was filled by the Lord Provost; and the whole of the Governors were present. The Rev. Dr Forsyth having offere
03 May 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

Fourth and Fifth Classes, under the charge of Dr. Melvin, Rector. Branches taught —Latin, Greek, History, and Geography. Third Class, under the charge of Mr Alexander Beverley. Branches taught— Latin. History, and Geography. Second Class, under the charge of Mr John Dun. Branche
02 August 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
to farmers and a;

to farmers and a;

CUFF'S FLY. SCAB, AND MANGE OIL, IMMEDIATELY destroys Maggots, and prevents the Fly again Striking, without staining the wool or injuring the Sheep It will cleanse Flock from the Scab or Shah, and perfectly cure the Mange in Horses, and is recommended to be used in preference to
02 August 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ENBLAND. Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester, attended er Lady in Waiting, the Lady Caroline Murray, and nel the Hon. A. Liddell, arrived at Osborne on Wednesafternoon, and remain on a visit to her Majesty, er Royal Highness the Duchess of Saxe Weimar
02 August 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PARISH OF SLAINS

PARISH OF SLAINS

There will be exposed to sale, by public roup, at Belscampiiy, upon Saturday the 12th day of August current, IT'ROM 30 to Acres of OATS. To be put op in Lots to -T auit'purchasers. Sale to commence One o’clock afternoon. Credit on approved Security. ROBERT DANIEL, Auctioneer. /•
02 August 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ACADEBTr. T the Axsvai Meeting of the Subscribers, held on -tv the 30th June last, the following Gentlemen were chosen

ACADEBTr. T the Axsvai Meeting of the Subscribers, held on -tv the 30th June last, the following Gentlemen were chosen

Directors for the ensuing year:— Mr WILLIAM HOGARTH. Rev. Professor MACLAGAN. Professor PIRRIE. PATRICK PIRIE, Jnn. Mr GEORGE THOMPSON. Jon. Mr D. STUART, Treasurer. HENDERSON, Secretary. The Directors beg to announce that the Academy will be Re-Opened on Monday the 7th August;
02 August 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
notice.

notice.

intimate, that her CLASSES will be IIE-OPENED on Monday next, the August. In addition to the branches formerly taught. Classes will be formed for instruction in French, Music and Drawing. Mrs G. takes this opportunity of informing her friends that she has now accommodation for a
02 August 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland