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THE GMAT WIZARD OF ST STEPHEN'S Punch.) A little while ago we a regular glut of comets, which came hurrying

THE GMAT WIZARD OF ST STEPHEN'S Punch.) A little while ago we a regular glut of comets, which came hurrying

the astronomical market with so mud k we. feral they would scarcely find rem In port of the remaining open at all him of sight for their aosommodation. The at emote has bean by a slat of Wizards, who have ems pouring in epos with cossiderable energy during the late Neater holida
08 May 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
If lIICZLLANIOIIII.

If lIICZLLANIOIIII.

upkeep seem k nasal Uwe Is Nu se- In the kr mere Um 90,000. Are Bouta.-4 abut tepapaw. abaft to be eabisiatbPee epee s P. eel el* from ▪ pairla Ike plebs ; the d k one in NI - the tlttd /Balmy of the body, the other for the on. id—thia is a newspaper. or WRITE MAX WITH • Esau.—N
08 May 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
CORN ISPOSTATION SILL.

CORN ISPOSTATION SILL.

On the question being put that Speaker do leave the chair, Lord GEORGE BENTINCK rase and said, that he opposed the motion. Since the sent law had been last before the Iloase, a new feature and character had been given to the discussion. The right hon. Baronet, the first Lord of
08 May 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
eIIZZLE ORCHIE. Ovoids tbe oath, Ow espalier smog wW Werth— • WO rt. or • Ot Grist Wlived lb. boo

eIIZZLE ORCHIE. Ovoids tbe oath, Ow espalier smog wW Werth— • WO rt. or • Ot Grist Wlived lb. boo

days, wooed dui* hr dada Ad the nether% whoa &sets downfall, WM par within waa! When 'tls mirk she Musk! By the dark ruin'd Mae, the dell she Is Noy, Tettlre the deeds she has done thre the day, An' villa' mak. wiles for ken to display. When the kye winna milk, w whim feed— When
06 August 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD-FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1847.

MONTROSE STANDARD-FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1847.

seems to that the agriculturist. with tithe, poorest., land-tee, smelt-ten, and hop-dative to pay, cannot andelther preterites used, la tome shape mud is mime dune, be restored to him, or, by a revision and equalisation of tangs be usual be pal opal a fair footieg with the Maseh
06 August 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
SALE OF WOOD.

SALE OF WOOD.

SA LE TO-MORROW. There will be eold, by public romp, Annornsom, on 71b at A QUANTITY of WOOD, comating of Ain, FAN, Blown, and ; NM HAG. Ttta coop to begin at the Banff Park, south side the Wale. of Horde, 10 o'clock forenoon. of 'limber at Naassinoon. To be sold by public coop.
06 February 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1846.

MONTROSE STANDARD-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1846.

Relished, And to be had of all Book Fellers, AMMO& DZILICOTORT, ALMANAC AND SHIPPING LISTS, Tor 1917. THE BURGH DIRECTORY contains, In addition to ALPHABETICAL LISTS of the NAMES and races of abode of the Inhabitants of MONTROSE, ARBROATII, BRECHIN, FORFAR and KIREIKmEnt (prepar
25 December 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MARYKIRK.

MARYKIRK.

A deputation from the parishioners of Maryklek, residing in Luthernmir, wnitel on the Rev. A. C. Low, the minister of the parish, and presented him with a handsome Silver finuff-bus, bearing the following inscription Presented to the Rev. Al. C. Low, Marykirk, by his Parishioner
25 December 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Robert.. and leea In G 1... uM T.nndne, • Coonpanv, and Or gllnln and Rnbert.on, bntb there Brand, Thormea„ and

Robert.. and leea In G 1... uM T.nndne, • Coonpanv, and Or gllnln and Rnbert.on, bntb there Brand, Thormea„ and

Co, and silk A Robert limed, Robert Thrown, lama aM Aleaaader Dank, halm" win.. of that of A M. Mom IM will David RIM banker. a the delve et Devil Outlet, nut deeeued, Witham them
25 December 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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Mr O'Connell arrived at Dublin on Friday. In continuing his route from Limerick, on the previous day, he passed through Nenagh ; where he was received by the people, and harangued them, both in the usual style. He took occasion to utter an admonition on the subject of the recent
06 December 1844 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland