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The Art-Iceedleiiork Exhibition at Glasgow was cloud yesterday. It has been more sumer , fal than its promoters anticipated. Taz Commissioners of Airdrie Prison have a letter from the flume Secretary appointing Rev. Mr Campbell as chaplain for the prism. Tee new municipal buildi
SCOTLISR TROST AND LOAN COMPANY Or CITLON (Lsgerren).—The second ordinary meeting of the shareholders was held in Dowell's Rooms, Edinburgh, to-day. The report, which was unanimously adopted. and which includes the transactions of the company from its incorporation in April 1378
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