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Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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Corn Markets

... atid hardly mainteai last q~uotationts. Pease orf both sorts, ate utrnvarle. The oar. trade is firm frsr gortd parcels, hat light Trishit re agaitn cheapter. Tite arrival of floar cottlinues short. orning to wantt of water to grnad, and tise prices are ...

ABERDEEN SHIPPING LIST

... Landuslts, bhit WitboULI Uny MnAterill daimagec. c Tie Plurls, froust Cork to Leith, with provisinos, is os shiltr near sbe Clough Light House. ?? brig (revnlield, of Irvilie, IlOhitt ro master, fromu QuCebc to GIreUtock, cailne into LoiiltIdal onl the nilgist ...

Maritime Intelligence

... 13ritonl. ''Iie fi;:ce i33 the l\eliter- 3an30lu will thlen eol(si't of the 28thl itcgt. *2d Rrgt. t011: Ltegt.; 51st, 85ti), and 130t, Light Utegni. 'I'le Lhlst 13111m , ('ola p11i3's ship t'r1i3'(' Itc' 3i ?? rived oil' ti l33 VigIlt on S.3lda. fro'3 ...

ABERDEEN SHIPPING

... ihtit) ill theafternoon, and ?? I I P. M. WaS takeIL with a hard ?? ?? N rth Eastward. William, Burgess, at Messina ?? PlyMouth, 51st Janwary, in 28 davs. Latona, Curmack, in the Hnmber. all well. Extract of a letter. dated Loch Boisdale. Feb. lf, 1820-1' Ihe ...

her Maiesty and the Prince. Carriages commenced settiii’ down gentlemen who had entree before noon, and ..

... the 6th Euniskillens. and the 17th Lancers. The infantry consisted of the Ist Royals (2d battalion), 2d Queen’s Roval Regiment, the 40th, 48th, 55th, 60th Rifles (2d battalion) 71st Highland Light Infantry, and the 9th Foot—in all 6160 men. At 10 o’clock ...

REVIEWS OF THE WORK

... drawn up, and the Place de Cpncorde was similarly lined. In all the main streets leading from the Chambers, regiments of infantry were stationed. The road leading from the Chamber to the Invalides was occupied hy strong force of artillery and cavalry ...

FROM SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE

... reason to believe they were ac- c.ompanied by artillery, and infantry ; conceiving reports might exaggerate the fact, and not wishing to yield the post to inferior numbers, the 1-'ds Light Dragoons and Colonel Otway's PRrtuguese Brigade of Cavalry were ...

liomrstir liitrlUgniff

... Colonel George Edward Bengal L ieutenant- Colonel Alexander Pope, Bengal Light Cavalry, Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Bengal Artillery, and Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Hamilton, Bengal Infantry, to Companions the said Most Hon. Military Order. Map 3. The Queen has ...

MARINE INTELLIGENCE

... tat be stationed off the Scaw, to carrv a floating light for the iafet-r of the convoys passinig sr repassinig, and the said ves- i Rei being directed to take her beariigs as follow, viz, the .caw light-house to be brought to bear W. N. W. by cm- p ais ...

SHIP NEWS

... detachmeldnts have arrived at Portsmouth - 5 of the zist, zad, asd ?? light dIgoons, to em- ! bk s ith tl.V.) drauimlis of the I zth asd z6thi for IiEgypt. A detacl'nternt of the I7th light dra- ' goonss it; aiso daily exptede to embark -with the s ab l, us ...

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. I

... composing the moving column of General Macdonald is the following:—The Highlanders, under Lieutenant-Colonel For lyce; 85th Light Infantry, under Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor; three companies of the GOth Rifles, under Major Crombie; two guns, and 30 artillerymen; ...

ARMY AITO WAVY

... Parker, previously to their coming to Spithead. Her Majesty’s steam vessels the Swallow and Myrtle have been fitted with signal lights for experiments; the former on plan by Mr Rettie, and the latter on plan by Evans. They will proceed to the Channel to test ...