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... Mr )aniel M'Artbur, ?? of the ?? India, Lieut. John CGibsnn, 2d nati e j . infantry, eldest son of the late' Mr Peter (,ison, Avr.-- Lieut. Pit. Robertson, Sth native infantry.--tt S-isde Moor, near Skipton, after a few hours iiines, Mrs G:t- terson, ...

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... W'Vales, on the 6trh August. MIrs Stewart Ryric, of a son. At Greenfield, on the 5th current, the Lady of Major dlNair, 52d light infantry, of a son. 4)arrf5igcs. At Glasgow, oln the 6th instant, Mr IECTORt SUTIIER- LAD),rmerclhant,N'ew lBrunswickl, America ...

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... F. Irvinej. lst Battalion 11th Sirra Rvp, Regimnent Native infantry . .100 Doctor JohnLeyden, do. do. do. 10 o Captain A. Watson of the Cavalr',. .. Lieutenant Peter Young, 12sh Native Infantry, .. . t'.2 Mr R. ?? Macgrgor, . . . . . . Mr Jame3 Cibbon ...

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... George's, assisted by the Rev. James Brown, St. James's Street Chitreb, Captala HuarY REGnINAL BATE, l3th (Prince Albert's) Light Infantry, to EnIzA- Bern F&AVER, eldest dughter of the late Mfatthew Whitehill, REq. At Stewart Lea, Ayr, on the 12th inst., by ...

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... lieutenant's commission in the Oldenburg Regiment of Infantry. He resigned his commission within twi years of its date, and on March 12, 1822, entered the Prussian army as sub- t lieutenant in the 5th Infantry. In 1823 he I entered the War School at Berlin ...

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... Botting. The. hall will be lighted with 33 pendants, each of 25- candle power, the library with 32 lights, each of 32-candle power, the committee room with a five- lightelectrolier, and the reading room witla two three-light fittings. The other apartmentsa ...

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... second lieutenant, dated 8th May.; eve, Royal Aberdeenshire Highlandilrs Infantry-Atexi! ,Douglas Campbell, gent., to he second lieutenant,. ridated 22nd April. The Highland Light Infantry-' Quartermaster Alex. Weir, fronm the 78th foot, to he I at! quartermaster ...

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... Gas. Works thep 'nith Treaauree 'e Cominittee should make arrangements to ding got the High Street andi public buildings lighted by a die- electricity during one of the autumn mosthe. The on arcoents for the past year showed that there was a vith surplus ...

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... operation. WATCHING AND LIGHTI3T\ COMMITTEE t1F ABERDEEN. A iseeting of the Watching and Lighting Com- I mittee wss held ?? Lyon, con- vener, in the chair. The lighting arringements consequent on the rloinsg of Baxter Road, Torry, were eonsidered. That roat ...

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... power Of the lamp may be the ay. gathered from the fact that the light is visible fer a fishir e,1 distance of from four to six miles. -By means of on in. Tb ;dgenious contrivance, the light is made toflash at stated catch rst nteralstherbyaoidigtheaugaofb ...

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... Clon o at' le light on tlte Peninsular IlIrls, in the Bay G 'in- ?? lantzic. dec Ois the let January, 1827, Cthe present light on I'lela, cid, consisting of a coal ffrte, will cease, and ha replaced by a tli revislving light. 'fl'le new light has six lamps ...