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    of Spectacles'" at the Gar- rick Theatre. The Queen has purchased the prize Hereford bull Bruce from Mr. McCulloch, of Burnhead, Dumfries- shire, and it is to join the Royal herd at the Flemisih Farm in Windsor Great Park. The Subscribers-only content

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    bve hours. The heaviest bags which we heard of as being made in this district on the Twelfth was on Burnhead moor, Newndhils, where Major H. Campball and party (five guns) bagged 121 brace of grouse, 3 snipes, 1 plover, Subscribers-only content

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    at Haymarket Station, Edinburgh, en Friday night, and drove to the residence of Sir John and Lady A 'Nenl, at Burnhead, Liberton. VlCERREGA. COURT. His Excellency the Lord Lieutennut arrived in Dublin on Saturday evening by the ordinary mail train Subscribers-only content

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    at Swanswick, near Raats, Jon Stavert, Esq., of Cunzerton, lloxburghshire, to Elizabeth Bridget, only daughter of William Watson, Esq., of Burnhead, in the same county. DEATHS. On the lth inst., at St. Leonarr's-on-Sea, Sussex, in her 71st year, Mlarians Charlotte Subscribers-only content

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    to James Harris. Globe, Great Chart-street, Elizabeth Cockeroon to John Macfarlane. WMIE-ENDPEW. - Cross Keys, Wenlworth-street Robert Dunn to John Burnhead Walter. London rnns- Irtal, Road-side, Owen Owens to William Thomas CHRISTCHURC 'g-Grey Eagle, Grey Eagle-street.o Mr. Child in this Subscribers-only content

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    en Lord Cranworth, 101. l0s.; Right Hon. Sir G. Grey, Bart.. M P 10?; Sir B. Brodie, Bart., 101. ; Burnhead Samuel- sog , 'VEaq:,' M.P,, 10?. 10s. ; Sir R. fdurchiaon, Bzrt 10?. 10. ; Henry Crabb Robinson, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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    SEQUESTRATIONS. Cairns, Edinburgh, wine merchant. Dunlcp, Airdrie, carter. Comrie, Paiseley, logwood chipper. Brown, Edinburgh, grocer. Glen, Dalgarven, timber merchant. Waddell, Burnhead. Miller, Pennycuick, wood merchant. From Tuesday's Gazette, July 18, 1849. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. John Tabb, tea dealer, Upper Eaton Subscribers-only content

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    rKEECE'S REPLY TO THE v POWERS. __-« Tuesday ( Reuter). -The Greek Govern - -^^l-res fe readiness to offer for service of * fnt -i'm-iiy loan the stamp revenue, which ex- ** 'even million brachmas annually, as a *_ Subscribers-only content

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    OUR LONDON LETTER. PROBABLE JUDGESHIP FOR SIR ROBERT FINLAY. KOIK A ROMAN CATHOLIC PILGRIMAGE. INVENTORS' AND DENTAL EXHIBITION. NEW ADELPHI DRAMA. COST OP THE ENGINEERING STRIKE By Courier Special Wire 57 Fleet Street, E.C, Tuesday Evening, ihe name of Subscribers-only content

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    THORNTON. The Public School was reopened on Monday after a holiday of six weeks. There was a pretty fair attendance. Building Operations.- A good number of buildings are in course of erection in the village, which is causing the Subscribers-only content

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    Esq., at Burnhead. An- nual Amount, £77. ..*. 2. Another GROUND ANNUAL, payable out of the Property cf David Martin, Esq., at Burnhead. Annual amount, £12. AND 3. Another GROUND ANNUAL payable out Of the Pro- perty at Burnhead, belonging Subscribers-only content

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    or at AVhitsunday first. The Grates and Gas Fittings, including Lustres, go with the Houses. Apply to Mr John Nicol. Burnhead. Dundee, 10th February, 1845. COIUINTY OF FORFAR. SCOTTISH BANKING AND CURRENCY. AT FOsF__.R, and within the County Hall, upon Subscribers-only content

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    ST PETER'S STREET, RYEHILL, FOR SALE. To be sold by public roup, within the Office of Shaw, Reid, and M'Lachlan, Burnhead, Dundee, on Tuesday the 17th day of June next, at twelve o'clock noon (in virtue of powers of sale Subscribers-only content

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    PETER'S \^\ STREET RYEHILL, FOR SALE. To be sold by public roup, within the Office of Shaw, Reid, and M'Lachlan, Burnhead, Dundee, on Tuesday the 17th day of June next, at twelve o'clock noon (in virtue of powrs of sale Subscribers-only content

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    To be sold by public roup, within the Office of Shaw, Reid, and M'Lachlan, Burnhead, Dundee, on Tuesday the 17th day of June next, at twelve o'clock noon (in "virtue of powers of sale contained in a Bond and Disposition Subscribers-only content

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    MANUFACTURING PREMISES, yy- FOR SALE. To be sold by public roup, within the writing chambers of Shaw, Reid', and M'Lachlau, Burnhead, Dundee, on Satur- day the 6th day of September next, at twelve o'clock noon, rjMIAT DWELLING H O US Subscribers-only content

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    MANUFACTURING PREMISES, FOR SALE. To be sold by public roup, within the writing chambers of Shaw, Reid, an 1 M'Lachlan, Burnhead, Dundee, on Satur- day the 6th day of September next, at twelve o'clock noon, , 'I Ml AT DWELLING Subscribers-only content

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    Reduced. There will be exposed for sale by pnblic roup, within the writing chambers of Shaw, Reid, and M'Lachlan, writers, Burnhead, Dundee, on Wedne-day the 10th day of December next, at twelve o'clock noon, by virtue of the powera con- Subscribers-only content

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    Reduced. There will be exposed for sale by pnblic roup, within the writing chambers of Shaw, Reid, and M'Lachlan, writers, Burnhead, Dundee, on Wednesday the 10th day of December next, at twelve o'clock noon, by virtue of the powers con- Subscribers-only content

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    Prices Reduced. There will be exposed to sale by public roup, within the chambers of Shaw, Reid, and M'Lachlan, writers, Burnhead, Dnndee, on Saturday the 27th day of December cnrrent, at twelve o'clock noon, by virtue of the powers contained Subscribers-only content

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