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MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

24 .Robertson Street. Glasgow, on tho 15th by tbs Rev. A. O. Forbes, Rev. John Thomson, A.M., L.ackfrisrs Street Congregational Church Aberdeen, to Catherine, of 11.. late Matthew C.-pbell, E-q., bu.lder, Dumbarton. , . At Lvbster the 4th inst., by the Rev. John M Kay , Mr Rober
14 September 1854 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES OP EMINENT PERSONS

MARRIAGES OP EMINENT PERSONS

People about to Marry, who wi.b to know the pJoj-er age, are referre t to the following precedents—Shakspeare, 18; Ren Johnson. • Waller. 2'; Franklin, ; Mozart, *5; Dante, Kelpcr, Fuller. Johnson, Burke, and Scott, 2i>: Tycho Brahe, Byron. Washington, Wellington, Bonaparte, 27;
14 September 1854 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
'• TELEGR APII”:- A DV A NGS.

'• TELEGR APII”:- A DV A NGS.

l3«. Od. 1 Whole Year, fid. Half Year, 3s. (<J. | Quarter, SINGLE PAPER, THREEPENCE. l2a. od. fib. oil. 36. Od. Printed by JAMES WILSON (residing at No. 2, BATH STREET, at his Printing Office, No. 95, HIGH STREET, and Published by him every Thursday at the Tblecraph" Office, No.
14 September 1854 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
TRIE>KM VR, No*. I- H . Df

TRIE>KM VR, No*. I- H . Df

VR, No*. . alike devoid taste or -nell. and of rII naiucatmg qm.liiles. They may lay «u the Toilet tabic without the r u-.e oik sus, ectcd. S. in tin case* at each ; free hy cx*ra : divided info i-eparate rtew-es, a-* administered Val|e,iii. L.ilUmatul, Roux etc. etc. To bad «h a
23 August 1855 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
TURKEY

TURKEY

The Turks ate fortifying the Danube. The mouths of the Sulina are inteiceptedby brigands, and commerce calls for protection. Difficulties have arisen in the Principalities between the Turks and the Austrians. The latter pretend that they ought to have notice given them of any mo
23 August 1855 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

DESPATCH FROM GENERAL SIMPSON. Saturday Lord Panmare received the fol lowing intelligence from General Simpson— Crimea, 17th Aug., 1855,11*30 p.m.—“ Prince Gortschakoff commanded yesterday in persor, and not General Liprandi. General Reed is killed. The loss of the enemy was gre
23 August 1855 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
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a Aug. >O. ®aucy Jack, , Ca'thness. ballast. 11, Maryann, M'Lean, Inverness, ballast. ~ 14. L l.ias, Cieghorn. Liverpool, staves, boxwood, &c. BANFF CORN MARKET, Angus 17. Common 0at5,.,..40|1i* ,,,00s lo 20s o<l P..Ut*»Oit9 40ib5....0)s 01 „ 0 4 and Bug,. . 541b5... .I 0< od Oat
23 August 1855 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
A DANDY AT THE CALIFORNIAN DIGGINGS

A DANDY AT THE CALIFORNIAN DIGGINGS

Mv curiosity was most of all excited by a man whom I met one tine between the tents, carrying, like the common workmen, a pickaxe mattock, and a pan but on the other hand, wearing a black dreascoat, kid gloves, silk hat, and patent leather boots, very unlike the common workmen.
18 May 1854 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
Tll« RUSSIAN KSTHEAT.

Tll« RUSSIAN KSTHEAT.

A despatch from Ilcrmaunstadt, Juno 30, announces that the Russian army continued its retreat from Silistria, and was proceeding by forced marches towards Ploiesti, where very large camp is about to be formed. Letters state that Generals Gurtschukofi' and Luders are not dead, Lu
06 July 1854 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
ST. VITUS’S DANCE.

ST. VITUS’S DANCE.

The St Vitus's dance attacked people of all stations, especially those who led a sedentary life, such as shoemakers and tailors; but even the most robust peasants abandoned their labours in the fields, as if they were possessed by evil spirits; and this those affected were seen
06 July 1854 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland