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THE LANGUAGE OF THE LEAVES

THE LANGUAGE OF THE LEAVES

No. 7.—THE ASH A tie, whilst home has power to charm, Will bind both old and young to me— Beside the lowly Cot or Farm, Is ever found the old Ash Tree. My hoars trunk seems like friend, Well known from childhood sunny hours ; Mv leaf-clad arm did all defend,_ From scorching heat
27 June 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The Hop Plant in France.—Letters from the north of France announce, that the hop plant in that district has been totally destroyed by the fly. Railway Tourists.—The Manchester Guardian states that, during Whitsnn-week, 150,00« persons left that town by railway and during the cor
27 June 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MODEL FARM IN IRELAND.

MODEL FARM IN IRELAND.

The correspondent of the Newry Telegraph gives the following description of a model farm the west of Ireland ‘‘Some enterprising adherents of the Free Church of Scotland have taken, on most advantageous terms, a farm of 150 acres in Ballinglen, county of Mayo. They entered upon
27 June 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
°- 5202. EETs • * :l S^»-S BLIC ROOMS on Tuesday the sth clock. ai * ballot at half-past five.—Dinner

°- 5202. EETs • * :l S^»-S BLIC ROOMS on Tuesday the sth clock. ai * ballot at half-past five.—Dinner

exactly at Sept., 1817, THO. BURNETT, Secy County Kincardine. AELMAS MEETING of the Within NERS of SUPPLY of the County will Octol lleCoUNT ’'-HALi., Stonehaven, on Titesoa-s Usual Acf next * at 12o’clock, for directing the levying “ess of the Cq and^or dispatch of the ordinary
22 September 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROBERT GORDON’S HOSPITAL.

ROBERT GORDON’S HOSPITAL.

* APPLICATIONS for ADMISSION into Gordon’s Hospital in November next, together with the requisite TESTIMONIALS, must be lodged with me, at 20 King Street, on or before Mondat the 27th curt., otherwise they cannot be received ALEX. STRONACH, Clerk to the Hospital N.B,—Candidates
22 September 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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! lbs. Oats, of top per ;e Is. Bd. up. I Pease. I Od I I Od heaviest weight of

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22 September 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EMP, Per Ton, s. £ s. Hemp, ManUla..3s 37 Riga Rhine 38 10 Petersburgh c 1..37 10 38 Do. Ontshot

EMP, Per Ton, s. £ s. Hemp, ManUla..3s 37 Riga Rhine 38 10 Petersburgh c 1..37 10 38 Do. Ontshot

....34 0 Jute 10 23
22 September 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH AND NORTHERN EAIDWA’S'.

EDINBURGH AND NORTHERN EAIDWA’S'.

ON THURSDAY the 30th September. 1847, and until farther notice, PASSENGER TRAINS will DEPART and ARRIVE at or as near to the following hours circumstances will permit Down Trains—Erom Edinburgh to Cupar. {Connected by Coaches with Dundee.) From Edinburgh at 6.40 a.m., reaching C
29 September 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wood at Hazlchead, and a Bogie for Sale.

Wood at Hazlchead, and a Bogie for Sale.

For sale, by private bargain, betwixt and 14th February curt BETWIXT Two and Three Thousand TREES, mostly LAlKaH—suitable for Railway purposes. They will be divided into Lots to snit’intending Offerers, and pointed out the Forester or Grieve at Hazlehcad. not sola betwixt and 14
4 February 1846 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN LADIES’ CLOTHING SOCIETY.

THE ABERDEEN LADIES’ CLOTHING SOCIETY.

TPHE COMMITTEE of the ABERDEEN LADIES’ CLOTHING SOCIETY return thanks to the supporters of the Institution for the past year, and earnestly request that they will continue to patronise one of the most useful Charities in our City. Subjoined is a list of articles distributed last
6 October 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland