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LU, basiniatios of ketbad.

LU, basiniatios of ketbad.

LU, ketbad. 1839, and Incorporated by Charier.) EDINBURGH! 2 Hanover Street. LONDON 64, Old Broad Street. GLusaow I, Frederick Street, {and 24, Queen Street. r IIE Assured in this Society enjoy daring their own (Sees the Surplus or Protits arising on the !nisi- Bess. The divisibl
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
oiled,' PoLela IWO. &Me 412 0 0 CBO 0 0 15 15 10 70 2 21 3 4 105 16

oiled,' PoLela IWO. &Me 412 0 0 CBO 0 0 15 15 10 70 2 21 3 4 105 16

28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
T Forfar at 41.30 10.25 3.35 and 5.55 S.: Arlo "Atli Te. Mont: m•-r at 10.25 2.45 and i. 35 Ta I..onpvt at 6.30 11.23 and 5.55

T Forfar at 41.30 10.25 3.35 and 5.55 S.: Arlo "Atli Te. Mont: m•-r at 10.25 2.45 and i. 35 Ta I..onpvt at 6.30 11.23 and 5.55

T Forfar at 41.30 10.25 3.35 and 5.55 S.: Arlo "Atli Mont: at 10.25 2.45 and i. 35 Ta I..onpvt at 6.30 11.23 and 5.55 M. A.M. M. From Forfar. A.V.P.M. P.M. P.M. To Arbroath at 7.30 U.O 2.15 and 6.5 To Brechin, at 11.0 2.15 3.58 and To Montrone....at 6.10 11.0 2.13 3.35 and To Lim
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
-t Signed)

-t Signed)

Signed) erre of a Debilitated Mr Mate, a Storekeeper, of °uvulas/al, New South Wales, hail been for some time in a most delicate state of health, his constitution was so debilitated that his death was shortly looked upon by himself sod friends as certain; bat as a forlorn hope, h
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Farm in the Parish of Fettereseo.

Farm in the Parish of Fettereseo.

To be Let, Cr Nineteen Years, with Entry at Whitsunday next, E FARM of COWTON, on the Estate of Itickarton, at present possessed by James Welsh, consisting. as now arranged, of about 119 Acres, arable. The Land is in good condition, and favourably situated of ou the side the Slu
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
To the Editor of Me lt,ntrole Powtaret

To the Editor of Me lt,ntrole Powtaret

To the Editor of Me Bin, —ln ytsur paper of dale the 2lst instant, m y attention arts directed ton letter written by an dual who signs himself "(toe of the Insured,' ,t reeled ngsmst the demand mettle hy the toil tent.. A ssuranee no the insured. Th . rptestion was brindled in a
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
BRECIIIN.

BRECIIIN.

Bnano.—A meeting of tho Parochial Board was held in the office of the Inspector, Nether Wynd —Mr James Greig in the chair. A rather singular application was submitted to the Board, by a party whose son was tried before the .lustices some time ago for blackfishing in the Southeek
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
stance of the Procurntor•Fiscal, for mrsanhing the water keepers, to which they pled not guilty. After a long trial, however,

stance of the Procurntor•Fiscal, for mrsanhing the water keepers, to which they pled not guilty. After a long trial, however,

the Sheriff found the charge proven, and they were to forty days' imprisonment, or to pay fine of each. AN A number of persons in Dovecotland, considering that the present price of butcher meat was rather extravagant, came to the resolution, a few days ago, of acting no their ow
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRRIEMUIR.

KIRRIEMUIR.

A meeting of the ten pound police rate-payers was held on Saturday, to consider and fix the rate of assessment to be levied on all property within the police jurisdiction here fur the ensuing three years. Mr Thomas Paterson, merchant, moved, that the present rate (Is per pound)
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Review of the British Corn Trade.

Review of the British Corn Trade.

f►om Left Exprets of Dec 24. The weather has been very variable since our last, and the changes which have taken place have had more or less influence on the tone of the trade. In t'.. early part of the week the temperstnee sax high, and a good deal of rain fell, which nator. li
28 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland