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THE AUCHTiRARDER

THE AUCHTiRARDER

Mr fittsso gave in the report of the committee to which waa referred, under reservation of all objections, the petition of the Rev. James Walker, NI uthill, and others, for repayment of the proportion of damages paid by them to Mr Young, the presentee to Auohterarder. The report
05 June 1852 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
'DE \AJNI) WE C.l( ,Y A DV/MTISER AND REPORTER.

'DE \AJNI) WE C.l( ,Y A DV/MTISER AND REPORTER.

'DE WE A DV/MTISER AND REPORTER. Committee. List. vear the outstanding subscriptions amou nted to £23,620, of which, it now ascertained. £lO,OOO would not he recover. d—the committee having only been able. during the past year, to collect the moo of £2104. The payments in the Nam
05 June 1852 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
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05 June 1852 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROtTIi M7IDE ANT WEEKLY ADVER'rIShIt AND RETORTER.

ARBROtTIi M7IDE ANT WEEKLY ADVER'rIShIt AND RETORTER.

ARBROtTIi ANT WEEKLY ADVER'rIShIt AND RETORTER. A VISIT TO THE GREAT EXHIBITION. (From the 'Spectator!) We enter the building. The eye is at first astonished by the enormous extent of the central vista-one-third of a mile long the distance being made apparent by the diminishing p
24 May 1851 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH (WIDE AX!) WEEKLY ADVERIISER AND REPORTER.

ARBROATH (WIDE AX!) WEEKLY ADVERIISER AND REPORTER.

being more than s bumper. A nnmher eould not get admittance. The piece selected was •he nntlonal melodrama of Wallace, the hero of Scotland.' Mr Breyer's personification of Wallace was truly majestic. Mr B. also appeared in the character of Sid sh in the farce of •he Young It se
24 May 1851 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH VIDE ANT) WF,F,KT ADVF,RTTRF:TII .\ T) RF,I3("I,TER.

ARBROATH VIDE ANT) WF,F,KT ADVF,RTTRF:TII .\ T) RF,I3("I,TER.

ARBROATH VIDE ANT) .\ T) RF,I3("I,TER. 114 ARBROA TIT Agriculture, Markets, de. REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. Thongh the weather has since our last been fine, the tempo rature ha: continued very low for the advanced period of the season. The days have been bright and sunny, but the n
24 May 1851 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH MIDI AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER Al D REPORTER

ARBROATH MIDI AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER Al D REPORTER

ARBROATH MIDI AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER D REPORTER which were averse to his own, ho called them dastardly ruffians,' cripples,' and other vile epithets. lie would prove that the scheme was an illegal one, in point of fact a mere lottery, which ought not to have been registered. The p
23 February 1850 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
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12 October 1850 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
This Society, which was established iu 1815, may be regarded, I so far as Scotland is concerned, as the parent

This Society, which was established iu 1815, may be regarded, I so far as Scotland is concerned, as the parent

institution, having been the and for many years the only Life Assurance Establishment in that part of the kingdom ; and, notwithstanding that its local designation still remains unchanged, it has now for a long time been extensively and favourably known to all classes of the com
16 August 1851 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
MEETINGS.

MEETINGS.

Creditors of Charles Goy, lately farmer, dtc.,Holemill, parish of Glammiss, meet in David Clarke's writing-office, Forfar, 28th August, at one o'clock. Creditors of John Gibson, shipowner, Ito., residing at Mulderg, county of Ross, meet in Houston Mackay's Inn, Tam, August, at t
16 August 1851 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland