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Cattle Oaths.

Cattle Oaths.

15 September 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
FALKIRK TRYST.

FALKIRK TRYST.

The second of these important trysts fur the season cummenced on Monday with the sale of sheep, when the minder brought forward, especially of black faced, was convidernlily below that of former year*. The wet ',oohs, in the Highland' during the former part the Seasoil left the
15 September 1848 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
eitAFTINEsit AND ROPIIIKTRY OFTIIE MILI.ovRACT.

eitAFTINEsit AND ROPIIIKTRY OFTIIE MILI.ovRACT.

TO TICE roan. THE MONTROSE OTANI/USD. Bra,—Being placed in a position in society, one is enabled by that circumstance alone to Observe, and reflect on Use workings of that peculiar portion of society by which he is surrounded—advantage living thereby had of coming to a pretty de
20 February 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Ll7O 19 II!

Ll7O 19 II!

ARBROATH CHARITY SCHOOL.—A school under the above name has been instituted in Arbroath through the active exertions of a few charitable intlividuala, who take an interest in the education of the poorer The objects of lids excellent charity will be best learned by an extract from
20 February 1846 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS & MEARNS REGISTER.

MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS & MEARNS REGISTER.

LIIIT. Re:l...4—Jane 14. Gipsy, Guthrie, Leven, lime; Jailets eta. B male. Glnworr, ; Alezan li^tn►•rinnulh• Cowls; Mary & %Inca uret, Nairn, Neweaatle, to ; Agnes. Brown, North Suielerlon I, N .rthesk, Bcranner. I 11, Coals; Vnie, Rostov, noel Acorn, Serlorter, Sianderland, do
22 June 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
'Wit tusk.

'Wit tusk.

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22 June 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
BADEN.

BADEN.

The Prussian and German troops meet with greater resistance than was expected, and although their losses were considerable, no decisive results had been obtained. The fighting on the 16th was very severe. 80 or 90 of the German cavalry were killed, and some guns were dismounted.
22 June 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
literati:rt.

literati:rt.

A Letter to the RigAt lion. Henry Lord Romphails awl lbrr.r, respectin . l Episcopacy in S eu tb rie l, by • ish Clergyman. THIS Letter is intended as a reply to the remarks recently made by his lordship in the House of Lords on Scotch Episcopacy ; mid, although the writer has g
22 June 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
FETTERCAIRN._

FETTERCAIRN._

A hall took &are in the hall of the Eagle (Mr. Lln.lsays) Inn. un Friday peening—having fur its &Oct. in to the happy meeting of upwards of a hundred happy No. s. to defray the expenses of erectingiras lamps In the village. The hall ens tastefully ikenrated fur the ncenskn; and
01 October 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Bet New Brunswick, to which we have for the protein limited the consideration, is only one out of the large

Bet New Brunswick, to which we have for the protein limited the consideration, is only one out of the large

number of English colonies. Fifty thousand a year would be a great addition to the ati-ual relief of Ireland; and it would be provided by only one of Englend's colonies, under a judicious system of public works as a preliminary to settlement. In the coarse of analyzing the repor
01 October 1847 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland