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II AT KIRKWALL. be Preached in St Joint's the Afternoon, and in Sonth , :erning of Sabbath next the PETRIE,

II AT KIRKWALL. be Preached in St Joint's the Afternoon, and in Sonth , :erning of Sabbath next the PETRIE,

A. M. he nintde in the funds •tion of an additional place of 'live in the .1 in St and in the Ereniny in South nst six o'ohn-k.
13 June 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HIS PRUSSIAN MAJESTY.

HIS PRUSSIAN MAJESTY.

PRUSSIAN MAJESTY. Berlin, Jane 3. By the following, bulletin, published this day, you will see how alarming is the state of his Prussian Majesty. Ile lad specially forbidden that any official report of lit h.alth should be published, and I feel but too con;ident that the publicat
13 June 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(Frets the 74tiro Gazette.)

(Frets the 74tiro Gazette.)

A new phenomenon, extensive piracy on the coast of Shan 'rung and Lean Tung, is another sign of a fearful reaction in the maritime pro. vinces. There Ie a long elaborate report of the Lieutenant-Governor of that province, in which he describes the system of buccaneering. No coas
13 June 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
JOHN CROALL & CO.

JOHN CROALL & CO.

DRESS. TASTE AND ECONOMY COMBINED, AT 14, SOUTH ST DAVID STREET. ECONOMY IN DRESS is seldom studied by G. iitlemen to whom fit and stylr are primary objects; because the idea tint none but Tailors who charge exorbitant prices for their work ran ensere these rmusites in the Appar
15 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONVENTION OF ROYAL BURGHS.

CONVENTION OF ROYAL BURGHS.

Yesterday the Convention of Royal Burghs met in the High Chunk Aisle,—the Lord Provost of &lin- burdi in the clump-. A minute of the animal Committee /dated that Mr J. W. Mackenzie was appointed agent to conduct the appeal in the of Lords in teems! to the clerks' salaries. A min
15 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RIIII.PIIIIO isrELLIOZNCII.

RIIII.PIIIIO isrELLIOZNCII.

isrELLIOZNCII. The Anne, Simpson, from Leith the Poet Philip and Sydney, days out, off the Bill of Portland on the ath inst., having experienced very severe weather, but all well. Arrived at Greenock, on Thursday, the Carriatie, Laird, from Canton ; sailed from thonce on the 26th
15 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SOUND INTELLIGENCE.

SOUND INTELLIGENCE.

Jnne 311.Ebenetzer, Grimes, Danzig, Leith Leonhard, Jahn, Rostock, do. Jane, Durie, Arbnostli, I-eniau July I. Raven, Paris. Riga, Inverness New Ilarriet, Bower, Inverness Narva hledora, Morriaoit, Pernao, Aberdeen Pnwen.Tontteson, Memel, Scotland 'bible Harold, Talbot, Stettin,
15 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ariculturt. A Nice VERT IMPORTANT IMPLEMENT IN Bus- BANDRV.— Mr John (Tolland, farmer, New Dairy, Tongland, has lately invented a

ariculturt. A Nice VERT IMPORTANT IMPLEMENT IN Bus- BANDRV.— Mr John (Tolland, farmer, New Dairy, Tongland, has lately invented a

double-headed drill plough for paring or ploughing off potatoe and turnip drills. It is drawn by two horses—passes along and over the drill—is so tunnel as not to injure the stems, and can be raised to su:t their height at any period of their growth. It pares off both sides of t
15 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No 68. {"eiugTtllNlL:::ter:'r the} EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, P 430.

No 68. {"eiugTtllNlL:::ter:'r the} EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, P 430.

No 6 8 . the } EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, P 430. Vot.. I. This duy, Fries f!s. Gil. with engravings. MISSIONARY TALES FOR LITTLE LISTENERS. By M. A. S. Ikuntat. J. ran. & London ; and J. JOHNSTONE, Edinburgh. Thi, (lay, 'wire 3 .6d. eloth, rpm: INQUIIt)R Directed to an Exp
5 September 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CAPITAL ONE MILLION.

CAPITAL ONE MILLION.

One-Tenth of the entire Profits of this Institution will be applied to the relict - of ressed owl Aged Clergymen, and the Wedoter awl Orphans of Clergymen, who way he recommended by the by the Clergy of their respective localities, PATROMI. Nis Grnee the Duke of Beaufort. The Ri
5 September 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland