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    Seftar,. in Edinburgh, H. Duiadad, Esq. Captain R.N. to Robina, yoqogestdgoaeghter of the late Sir ., Dundas, of Beechwosd and Dunira, B}art,1 Onf the Sclh inst. Peter Langfsard gjrore, Esq. to Mis Campbell, at Islay house, Scdtland. DEATHs. Oa the Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. Driet. gomery Blair, who was President Lincoln's Postnaaster, General. E Earl Cairns has taken thle mansion and sbootings Oe Dunira, near Crieff, for the autumn, from tbe trustees ol Sir S. Dundas. It is stated tbat the .Nineteenth Century Subscribers-only content

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    roother, -and is staying at DnikeIld, where she is at no great distance froni her hine suitor, eho has the Dunira shootings, near Comrie, this season, The Colin Campbell divorce suit will Iho heard, blcfore Sir James Hannen, soon after Subscribers-only content

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    of Mancirstcr." D On Saturday afternoon the Dunira from China, and the Bengal from Bengal, lastfrom St.FHelenapassed as by Portsmouth for the river. Sir Hudson Lowe and Staff i are passengers in the Dunira. Col. Sir Thomas Reade landed with Subscribers-only content

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    Rirousay' ; and among the members of tho committee, are telse FLady II. Kerr, Honoorable Mrs. Strange, Lady Dundas, of Dunira, Ceuntesses of Leven aind Melville, MrIs. Grant, lI-on.j iMrs. U1 . Erskiiie, &e.-Seelatnteol. t PsexsUoEt ARSItNGe ranar Bonus.-At the Subscribers-only content

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    J Robert Sym Wilson, Esq., Seeretsry to the Royal Bank. Dc Henry Lumnsdea, Esq., of Tilwhilliy. Sir David Dundas, of Dunira, Hart. Alexander Prligle. Esq., of Wleytbank, M.P. William Oliver Rutherford. Esq.. of Edgerston. Alexander Goodsir, Esq., Secretary to the Subscribers-only content

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    The Ilon. LenD CUNi\O0HAME. Sir THOIeTus Dicic LAUDER. Of Fountainhall, Dart. COLIN CAomniPIE,, Esq.. Of Colgrain. Sir DA~VID DiUNoA, of Dunira, Bart. Sir GEORGE tAlAtCi'scSON GieAxT, Of lallindallochs. Bart. WILLIAM RAMiSAY RAMSAY, Euq., of hlarnton. MIP. ~PHIiLip IlAnRING-rx AINSLIeEs, Of Subscribers-only content

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    Stanhope, Bart. EXTRAOnDINArtr DIRECToRs. Sir James Gibson Carig, of licearton, Bart, Henry Luimsdei, Esq., of Aiacibildoir. Sir Dlavid Dlundas, of Dunira, Bart. IV. 0. Itutherford, Esq., of Edgertor. Alexr. Goodsir. Esq., Secretary British Lineni Company, Duncan Mi'Neill. Esq., Auvocate. Dean Subscribers-only content

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    We are also 3r- enabled to announce that a, marriage will shortly take place he between Sir David Dundas, of Dunira, Perthosh5re, an6 sat Beeohwood, Midlothian, and Lady Lucy Anne Pell:am, )le Daughter of the second Earl of Chichester.-HLrnia[ Post. Subscribers-only content

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    Wardlaw Ralniay',I Vice Adrinral Henry Dandas. chat F'S4 Eoq., of Whibtelllll. Laul-Qlice Dlbvidsmi, Esqi., W.,S. 'd. Sir David Dundtas, of Dunira, Dit. David Baird Wanellope, E~sq., 5 sOl Rigilt Horn. the Earl of Airlie. merchanti, Luith. i eck J. F~arqiuhlarson, Subscribers-only content

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    accordasse wit'h the prayer of that petition," aisd pro- ceeded wills the sea-vice.-bully Nt w.IS A GENTLEmluNI HORSErWIIPPE IN THE Dunira ExnaiviaIN.-0i Tuemsday' evening, the Canadian com- mnissioner, Captain Cuff, had occasion to see one of the officials of the Subscribers-only content

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    to the whole locality. Montjie Castle, Eerntower, where Sir David Eaird spent his last ,days, Abercairney, Lawers, Clatbick, Abernchdill Castle, Dunira, Stro-wan, and many others are all wittis a drive of siX or eight miles. In the last-mentioned the pU'lic Subscribers-only content

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    The Lord Chancellor hag gone to Dunira, near .0 Crieff, Perthshire, for the shooting season. t Ii LF-EDS P'IUMITIVB METHODIST CONr2iRENONE._ From a ballarce-sheet published by the Local Committee who superintended the arrangements, it appears that the total recegipts were Subscribers-only content

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    Chancellor left *lown by the nlail train last night for Dunira, jnear Crieff, for the shooting season." This was 'Ah bat I read in the papers the other day, and it s ie t me thinking. salv in my mind's Subscribers-only content

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    7 per cent .....96*0 7 % 494% -20 2.0 East Aroentine 6 par cenct. Deb...... 311%s " 1 10 Lai Dunira and Carietas Rtailwaiy Loin. . 7-10.16 0 t, 20 10 Loeinenrg.CzeriL-Jassy, guar. b per Cant. 06*0 iiStock 104 Xereca Subscribers-only content

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    ihoe, I it tnr Sir. p. .o. Wotin-odey- Tb., ret ni, frt lfric.'tot for 1itt oo1, Ort18 lt. TSUT.XNT', W-ncIeday.-The Dunira, froln CalCuetta for ondfot, panss.d 0,00TT, Wc-d'tedury-Anteed -PrCe rer, S, Ih.hott, froTIe C-triltdi, itik polo; hydra, s. Ijcittttoc, Boalorne, Subscribers-only content

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    departing for their destinations, viz - Capt J. Stantont, Genetal Hhtrris, foa St. Helena, Bengal, and China; Capt. Monpt. Hamilton, Dunira; anti Capt. Henry Bax, Edinburgh, for Bombay aud Chitia. Captain Bryan Brotugitots was sworn into command of thi EBail Subscribers-only content

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    private ship Jobs, brought intelligence to St. Helena that the Marquis Cavil- den had arrived at Bombay, and that the Dunira and Edin- burgh had sailed from thence for Chieta. The East Iulia Company's ship Reliance arrived at Calcutta the Subscribers-only content

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    mainutastuspt ung.- Amethyst, Thompsout, London to Benugal, 31st Oct. lat. 40. long 37. d The E .t India Company's ship Dunira left Bombay for e China 11th July. The Duchess of Athol was expected to t follow aborut the 28th. Subscribers-only content

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    and Mlauritius, was to sail for Chinna 11th August. Off Penang, Aug. 6-.Arrived the Berwickshire, 3lIl from London and Bengal; Dunira, l samiltoen, ad and burgh, Box, both fiom London and Bombas, and pi ed for China. The Consbrook, from Subscribers-only content

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