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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

THE FATE OF THE REFORM BILL. [rms.] We shall not be in the least surprised to find that we are ted as much too hasty in represen• ting the Reform Bill, for this session at least, as finally disposed of. There are many persons who requfre ocular demonstration of sueh things, and
01 June 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
VOL. 11, No. 83.

VOL. 11, No. 83.

02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

FIIIIE CIiEDITUA, ut M Roar. taowx, Llla tirixorr, &laugh of Uer, hard rlrcaoy IU u UUW. , Err rot ludo w with ■st4lu 11 day. uuW LLNIr, LIN %111 nuweabiLril thereafter rah. IbBo,
02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
NUTICB.

NUTICB.

THERE C.‘llE on the Farm of BILLIES, Four M own, a LEICESTLE RAM. Ihe tamer emu aby trains the Marks Ind lug U Mut 'rabbi Fourbreu tLys it will be soil. Billies, 21 March, 1861. iu Kirkpatrick Vi:lage. a COLLIF: 1)00. If not Cl.inani within Eight days it will he sow to Eapensea.
02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
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02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 

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FRIDAY, MAIM 2, len.

FRIDAY, MAIM 2, len.

A Paris says have been ..r the uzipopulof the treaty of commerce, and of lin it la gotta clear that buth:,cou ate iirciserlog to' take advantage of its stipulations at the earliest pasxibin date. leiquarles of all aorta on behalf of halt houses pour lu on usin almost every branc
02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUMFRIES ACADEMY-THE LATE RECTOR MAXWELL. On the re-opening of the academy steer the funeral of the lute Rector Aiazwell, slot died on the Itith inc., the senior classes met its the French doss mow for the purpose of paying a trihnte to Lis men.ory, Dubber, writing mister being
02 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
THE WAR IN MOROCCO.

THE WAR IN MOROCCO.

By the arrival of the Pere the intelligence from the meat of war in Morocco is down to the instant. Accounts front Tatigieis represent the Moors as hiving plucked up heart of grace after the loss of Tetuan, and nettiated by determination to coutinuu the war with The limit time o
16 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
THE COAL SUPPLY.

THE COAL SUPPLY.

In a letter to the Timm, Mr D. T. Austell says:— "There are in Euglaud nine distinct tracts of country where those rocks come to the surtace which are kuown to yield coal. These disuicta are called cowl fields; the swallest of diem includes wore than WAX*, and the larger wort th
16 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
THE KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE ADVERTISER.

THE KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE ADVERTISER.

The Vienna correspondent of the Times says that great depression prevails In all classes of society in Vienna, as it is considered morally certain that Austria will be forced into a war. Military men believe that Sardinia will try to obtain possessiou of Venetia in the spring. S
16 March 1860 - Galloway News and Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser - Dalbeattie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland