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I s I N pals. VOL. IV. No. 411.
25 November 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SALE OF.

SALE OF.

EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE THEOLOIi ICAL AND CLASSICAL LIBRARY OF BOOKS, Including an Excellent Collection of Standard Worka German Literature. KEITH begs to intimate that he will Sell by Fablie l o o p, la the Royal Exchange Sate Room, Glasgow, on Friday, Saturday, Monday, sad Twei
25 November 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE SCOTS LAW CHAIR TO TIIFI EDITOR OF TtlE WITNESS..

THE SCOTS LAW CHAIR TO TIIFI EDITOR OF TtlE WITNESS..

Sta r —Two gentlemen have been presented by the Fa'shy of Advocate• to the Town Council. as candidate' for the vacant chair of Soots Law. I understand it cannot be said that either is of super-eminent abilities : both are most respectable, and both are qualified to occupy the ch
25 November 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Etc Ennal. Things now and old.-

Etc Ennal. Things now and old.-

25 November 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MUSICAL NOTICE.

MUSICAL NOTICE.

pow PIANISTA, for Jaimsry, No. 25.—Contents: The Christmas Quadri Iles, containing Jack Frost, the Icicle. Al so tb , sn owdrop Holy, and Mistletoe hoagk. I P unch's Cal Mazurkas, Barnett's w Song f s or Wales, Reels sad Strathspeys, sad, Tel h w •trerry Hanging the Chinese Viet
8 February 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Upwards 4 4000 MELODIES /.? .0 Ilutroments ( ono* Piano.'

Upwards 4 4000 MELODIES /.? .0 Ilutroments ( ono* Piano.'

Upwards 4000 MELODIES /.? .0 ( ono* Piano.' T HE FLUTONICON is a well ~\ 5 known and long established work, having been published monthly for nearly year', and given every novelty in mnsic is Lornionowhether at Loosest Room or Theatre within that period. It is a cheap work at , B
8 February 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Cower, Pic 44d. 10 0 0 Per leer, 0 0 /1 4 0 which lay and clerical were exciting, for

Cower, Pic 44d. 10 0 0 Per leer, 0 0 /1 4 0 which lay and clerical were exciting, for

1 had then more faith in the goad lease of the clergy of Scotland than 1 have now ; bet 1 approved of it, in so far as it could he em,trued to l V c t b lie power of the Church in the smallest degree. t oblections toe presentee may be urged before tit s Courts, not only ea to ,
24 May 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Aishimate, 6L—Clildres, 3d.

Aishimate, 6L—Clildres, 3d.

3d. PATENT fiLIDUFG AND OIL LAIDLAW & f itfully intimate 1114 that they have has Majesty's Royal LettonLasat, Pateet for melds,' so slide oa new principle, tbe 'es of which are : lst, That no weights me than wholly obviating all That2d, That he length of the slide is ipereseed, a
24 May 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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24 May 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
would pull the mown from off his head, and the simpler out of h• hand, and by this meaner., make

would pull the mown from off his head, and the simpler out of h• hand, and by this meaner., make

him no King in and over his Church, and consequently no mediatuer; for a. inediatoor, he is a King in mid over his kingdome, that is his I n w hi c h he deellelh, and over which he ruleth with his scepter of righteoesoesite. They will not have his kiegdoese, a free kingdome, and
24 May 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland