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REGISTERED FOR) \ - 01, 11. N. 96. .1 I) 1!/:. .4 V. Cll./ SI AI•CIIENCAIRN. 11 - .4 TE !:.tea•ly 1101'SE CARto Mr M.1..1', Mill, ..t I rr. \ltc 11. ri:/) / I/ with killing per:wetLH) to M Hos*, Bore. It AND
01 June 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
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I a Supply "I m o s !I. I %IN, for our complete Mr lIIs I I ~o•h. It 1110 I:1 L.l> I LI. ii, I.
01 June 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
AM LKICA.

AM LKICA.

The British and North Ameriah royal mail steamship Asia. Captain Lett, II I ived in the Mersey early on Tuesday wonting. The New York herald ridicules the English proposal in reference tv the San *flair. This proposition is about as magnanimous as would be one from Spain that En
02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
THE KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE ADVERTISER.

THE KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE ADVERTISER.

yet—will justify in Some measure the suspicions of those who believe that all i s not right yet at the War Office and the other departments charged with the administration of the forces of Great Britain, and that a very successful at• tempt would be made to rival the confusion a
16 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
REGISTERED FOR] VOL. 11, No. 93. CARD. MR SKENI'. ST. ANDREW STREET, CASTLE DOUGLAS. OF THE STEW-1111W OF KIRICCUIMRIGUT N

REGISTERED FOR] VOL. 11, No. 93. CARD. MR SKENI'. ST. ANDREW STREET, CASTLE DOUGLAS. OF THE STEW-1111W OF KIRICCUIMRIGUT N

ADJOURNED NIEETIN(I of the Sitting General Annual Meeting of the Road for the Stewa , try will he held in the Court- It at on Tuesday, the I:011day of thy current. at TWO oclock afternoon, for flenend It and to twelve and consider Proposals flw a of the Action at the instance of
11 May 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 

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the Farm of LTRIocH, Balmaghie, about a Fortnight bark, Four THACKFACED SHEEP, Ewe with her Lerch.—Whnever ran identify the may R.-cover thew by appl)ing to Mr YOUNG, and ing Eictenaes.
11 May 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
1111AD•QUARTISile OF HIS ENENT.,

1111AD•QUARTISile OF HIS ENENT.,

OF From the further gate of Tang-low we looked aerosol the river to Taku and the Tau l'amuu pagoda on the south side, where Sang-ko-ho sin was supposed to have his head quarters. 11, ond the gate were too small ii.treuchments, soon afterwards abalidotided by the enemy, and furthe
09 November 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
DISPUTE ABOUT A THBASHING-MILL.

DISPUTE ABOUT A THBASHING-MILL.

The subjoined interlocutor been pronounoed in an action rai.ed in the Sheriff Court, Kirkcudbright, at the instanee of Mr Montgomery, late tenant of the farm of Meikle Culloch, Urr, against the proprietor, Mr Hutchison of Edingham, for the value of a thrashing-mill whieh the pur
27 June 1879 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
JOHN SAMSON & SON, Gnomes AID Psovnuorr Mimmuires, CUMNOCH AsnCASTLE-DOUGLAS. We have now received our Spring SupOy of NICK'S Y'S

JOHN SAMSON & SON, Gnomes AID Psovnuorr Mimmuires, CUMNOCH AsnCASTLE-DOUGLAS. We have now received our Spring SupOy of NICK'S Y'S

DAIRY SALT, CHOLL'S ANN ATTO, Pickled and Dried RENNETS ; r also EXTRACTS of RENNET'S. Ai all of them Articles deteriorate with keep and exposure, it is very emential to have them supplied where they can always be had fresh. JOHN SAMSON & SON, AGENTS, 0 AST L E-DO [IOLA S. LiZer
27 June 1879 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
SPAIN AND MOROCCO.

SPAIN AND MOROCCO.

The Spanish squadron which sailed from Algesiras on Thursday, speedily commenced hostile operations on the coast of Morocco. On Friday, as a telegram from Madrid informs us, the squadron " burned and blew up • the forts at the mouth of the river of of Tetuan. Nothing is said of
06 January 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland