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TESTIMONI U. TO TOE N EWSPA PER. On Friday a setting of the I.mrling bashers and men limits of the

TESTIMONI U. TO TOE N EWSPA PER. On Friday a setting of the I.mrling bashers and men limits of the

city of London, was held at the Mansion House for the yourptee of th u t eligible intide testifying the f the mercantile r.nunugtity to the proprietors of The Timis, for their disinterested and exertions deterting and frustrating Ihe scheme of continental swindling, by mean:: of
6 October 1841 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.

Tho Town Council met yesterday as usual,—the Low, iu the dudr. Atter sonic conversation, it WAS aereml agnin to remit the lineation as to the collection of the annuity tax to the Law Committee. The LAW PROVOST to urge upon Mr Bunko the proprie.y of withdrawing his resignation as
6 October 1841 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L'IItVERRITY CUILItICI7LIII.

L'IItVERRITY CUILItICI7LIII.

CUILItICI7LIII. Mr BLACK then brought forward the following motion, of which he had previously given notice : " That the statutes of the University of relative to the de:tree of M.U„ be so far altered that portion of the course of study be allowed to be prosecuted under extra aca
6 October 1841 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

THE VICE-REGAL STAPC—His Excellency the Genenil Commanding in Chief has been pleased to approve of the following appointments taking plate upon the Mat of his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, viz : Captain Richard Parker, let life guards, to be Comptroller of the House
6 October 1841 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Volt. 111. No. 283. xxv'• the} B 0 A R D.

Volt. 111. No. 283. xxv'• the} B 0 A R D.

AFAMILY residing in one of the most agreeable situations in Edinburgh, in the immediate vicinity of the High School, and at a convenient distance from College, receive a few liming Gentlemen as iikIaKDEILS, whose Studies are superinteuded by a Licentiate of the Church, a member
28 September 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DANCING AND CALISTHENIC

DANCING AND CALISTHENIC

LOWE'S ROOMS, 52, FREDERICK STREET. EXERCIBFS. MR and MRS LOWE will Re-open their CLASSES, Public sad Private, on Monday the 3d October. BOARDING and PRIVATE FAMILIES ATTENDED formerly. From the very superior accommodation which Mr and Mn Lowe possess in their new Rooms, they ar
28 September 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TEACHER WANTED,

TEACHER WANTED,

- VOA a New School in connection with the North Church of Danfermline. Ile must be qualified to teach English Reading, English Grammar, Geogn.pliy, Writing and Arithmetic, with Religious Instractiois in the most approved manner, and his being able to teach some of the Higher Bra
28 September 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VOL. L No. 49. )Being No. X X VI. of that Second quarter. J NEW VOLUME.

VOL. L No. 49. )Being No. X X VI. of that Second quarter. J NEW VOLUME.

VOL. L No. 49. )Being No. X X VI. of that Second quarter. NEW VOLUME. Foolscap Ivo, Price 6s.,eatrsCloth Boards. NATURALIST'S LIBRARY, conducting by Sic WILLIAM JAIU)I%E, Mar., F.R.S.E. I) 0 G S, By Lieut.-C.l. C. HANIILTON SMITH, K.ll. & K.W. he. Illustrated with :lit Coloured (
1 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
13 13-13 i

13 13-13 i

1 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
We can hut just refer, fur our limits forbid minute analysis, to what may be termed Bacchanalian literature, the literature

We can hut just refer, fur our limits forbid minute analysis, to what may be termed Bacchanalian literature, the literature

of impurity, and the literature of scepticism. The last frequently includes all the others. It is no doubt a sure evil that ge • should prostitnte herself to purposes of lewohtems, or set herself in her great degradation to sing " idle songs to drunken men :" but the writer who
1 July 1840 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland