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ABBROATIL

ABBROATIL

Tnarrie.—Week ending May 29, 1847 : Geode Newt.. • ..• 1161 Pomona., No. L 144 9 Iftl I 4 6. hour KircitEn.—lt will be mese frees the subjoined list, that the subscription* tor this charity are still going on handsomely-11..bert , merchant, 0 The M1...v. ..10, Mar& nahl Em, , wr
04 June 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
good circumstances. While there seems to be no occasion for ,lino on the subject, it will be well for teethe

good circumstances. While there seems to be no occasion for ,lino on the subject, it will be well for teethe

to study ...kaoline'," in pesos anti homehold, ventilation. soil avoidance crude vegetable stabstaoces. The pres " than is peculiarly favourable for a getnoal Itedration. To the more nag', 0,4 dwellings, close., de., the attention of the police may be most Inomficiary Tile Fetus
04 June 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Varinics.

Varinics.

CROOKED RAILIA—The New York Sun rieserihee a fence made of such crooked rails, that every time • pig crawled through, it came out on the Same side. A Lona.—lt is said that a great railway man has borrowed L. 100,000 for two years, at ten per cent. per annurn.—Herapotro Journal. R
04 June 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Idoatrom Academy.

Idoatrom Academy.

HE Ma. El and Tow x-Cor ?mix, the Patrons of ti,ia Academy, having sanctioned a change in the English Department by placing the same under the exclusive charge of one individosl, are ready to receive applications for the office of TEACHER of ENGLISII, bon vacant. The emoluments
28 January 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
OPINIONS OF TYE PNFNA.

OPINIONS OF TYE PNFNA.

The task of preparing and producing Om work entitled a ton. trout of the IP/Anions by Mmes. though apparently magnitude, demands • most intimate with the mysteries of . of the highest To that tbe author produced volume which be ether. considered than . [neater and a binning to t
28 January 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH.

ARBROATH.

PAROCHIAL nn.—This body met on Tuesday evening last—Provost Johnston in the chair. The business wai principally of a routine nature. such as the sustaining of calls for parochial relief and the adju , ting of the weekly allowance. Estimates for the supply of about 800 barrels of
07 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS & MEARNS REGISTER. sill TOW. d. 4. 1 1 1 Pr. In. f 9 11601 0

MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS & MEARNS REGISTER. sill TOW. d. 4. 1 1 1 Pr. In. f 9 11601 0

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07 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
IT WHOM ORfIIR POI(

IT WHOM ORfIIR POI(

IT WHOM ORfIIR WILL Mr. CHALMERS, Bookmobile` Altallo.llTM ... Mr. P. WILSON, Bookie lhrt. Poi rya , Mr. TIIOMSOI4, Post Ogee. Mr. W. SHEPHERD. Bookseller Mr. DICKSON, Post Oise. Mr. AYSON, Post OSse. Simons, . Mr. ALEX. SLACK, Bookseller. Mr. W. RODGERS, Bookseller. Mr. HENDERSO
07 December 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
LAURENCEKIRK.

LAURENCEKIRK.

There will be exposed to sale, by public mop, in Mrs. DOWNIE'S INN, on Mososi, the 26th Judy neat, at twelve o'clock noon, 1. well-known IN2I or TAVERN, situated in the village of Laorenerkirk, ea presently occupied by Mrs. Downie, innkeeper; with the STABLES and other BU ILDING
09 July 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
SOLLOWAY'S PILLS.

SOLLOWAY'S PILLS.

A Very Woodirfid Clae a Dian:era Liver mid Extract of a Letter from Mr Charles Wilson, 30, Prinoes-street, Glasgow, dated Febrility 18,1847. To Professor Holloway. 8u, —Having taken your Pills to remove a disease of the Stoniest' and Liver, under which I had long suffered, and h
09 July 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland