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PRINCE OF WALES AND ALBERT STEAMERS. Landing and Embarking Passengers (casualties excepted) at North Queenserry, Bo'ness, Charleston, Crombiepoint, Kincardine, and Dunmore.
1s. 3d. Day Tickets issued for going and returning same dayFrom Granton Pier to Stirling. Cabin 3s. 9d. Steerage 2s. 30. to Alloa.
ls. 10d. Intermediate Ports in proportion.
A PLEASURE TRIP ONCE A WEEK
Steerage . 6a.
Information as to hours of sailing, etc., to be had—in Edinburgh, at the Box (late Duty House), North Bridge, and at the Edinburgh, Leith, and Granton Railway Station, North Bridge Street, (whence passengers are conveyed to Granton Pier for the Steamers). In Glasgow-Wordie and Co., Carriers, 9 Anne Street, 121 Brunswick Street, and North Queen Street; M'Gregor's Queen's Hotel, Queen Street. N.B.—The Daily Sailings of those Steamers are advertised regularly in the Com
pany's Bills, which are printed monthly, and in Murray's Time Tables. Stirling, 1859.
SUTHERLAND STEAM PÅCKET COMPANY (Limited).
The Splendid New and very Fast STEAMER,
R. H. HUDSON, Master.
under, unless prevented by any unforeseen circumstance :FROM LITTLEFERRY FOR BURGHEAD
(Stopping off Portmahomack, weather, &c, permitting), MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, not before 7.30 A.M., ani FRIDAY (without
stopping off Portmahomack), not before 6 A.M., meeting the Edinburgh Steamers at Burghead.
FROM BURGHEAD FOR LITTLEFERRY (Stopping off Portmahomack) on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, on
the Arrival of the 'Bus from ALVES STATION, but not before 1.30 P.M. FREIGHTS ON GOODS AND STOCK VERY MODERATE.
Passage Fares --- 1st Cabin, 5s. ; 2d Cabin, 3s.
First-rate accommodation for Carriages, Horses, and every description of Live Stock, on deek. An Omnibus runs from the Hotel at Golspie to and from Littleferry, in connection with the Steamer, An Omnibus also runs between Burghead Pier and the Alves Station of the Inverness and Aberdeen Junction Railway, conveying Passengers to and from the Steamer. According to present arrangements, Passengers arriving at Alves Station by the 11.45 up, and 12.20 down trains are in time for the Steamer; and Passengers by the Steamer' from Sutherland are (weather, &c. permitting) landed in time to proceed by the same Tra'ns east and west. These arrangements, as to ’Bus and Trains are stated merely for the information of Passengers, but the Company do not undertake to forward Passengers by Omnibus; nor do they undertake to ship or land at Portmahomack unless a Boat is off waiting for the Steamer, so as to prevent detention.
Passengers, Goods, and Stock, can be forwarded from Burghead for Edinburgh and London by Steamer every Friday Morning, and for London direct every alternate Tuesday. Application for further information may be made to
Mr. HILL, Innkeeper, Golspie.
The COMPANY'S OFFICE at Littleferry;
SCOTCH CLAN TARTAN WAREHOUSE,
FOOT OF KING STREET,
STIRLING is of ancient celebrity for the manufacture of Genuine Clan Tartans, and is the centre of a district highly and justly distinguished for the production of the most exquisite textures connected with the National Costume of Scotland, which are so universally esteemed and appreciated, on account of their comfort and usefulness, combined with elegance of pattern and durability.
J. & A. DRUMMOND have had the honour of supplying many of the most eminent personages in Britain, and numerous distinguished strangers from the Continent and America, with Tartans and Scotch Tweeds, &c., from whom they have received repeated orders, with gratifying acknowledgments of their approval of the goods received from this Establishment. From the well-known fame of the Stirling Tartans, the Proprietors of this Establishment are proud to say their Goods have found their way into almost every country in the civilized world. They are therefore enabled to offer to purchasers a selection from a Stock unusually extensive, and of the most superb description, consisting of-Clan and New Fancy Saxony Wool Tartans for Ladies' Dresses, Square and long Shawls, Gentlemen's Vests, Cravats, &c. &c. Spun Silk Tartans in Clans and Fancy Styles ;-this Fabric is much approved of for Ladies Dresses, Gentlemen's Neckerchiefs and Cravats, being elegant, durable, and cheap.
Genuine Scotch Tweeds for Shooting Jackets, House Coats, Trousers, Vests and Boys' Dresses, &c. From the softness and elasticity of this article of manufacture, it is much more comfortable and durable, also very much cheaper, than English cloth. A variety of Grays and Blacks, suitable for Clergymen. Undressed Bannockburn Tweeds, which are at a very low price, and much in favour for Shooting, Fishing, and Boys' dresses, and other rough wear.
Gentlemen's Railway Travelling Wrappers or Shepherds' Plaids. The comfort derived from these travelling companions only requires a trial to appreciate their
usefulness and warmth, and insure their universal approval by all Tourists and Travellers.
Scotch-made Damask Table Linens, Bed Room Sheetings and Towellings highly esteemed for their texture, style, and durability.
Intending Purchasers may be supplied with Sets of Patterns, priced, with a list of Clans, sent free to any part of the United Kingdom and Ireland, upon application.
All Purchases of Three Pounds value and upwards forwarded free of carriage to London, Liverpool, Hull, Newcastle, Dublin, Belfast, &c.
J. & A. DRUMMOND. Tartan Warehouse, Stirling.
TO ALL TOURISTS IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND. All interested in the Highlands and its People—all visiting its Mountains and
Tradition-hallowed scenery-all who enjoy Deer-stalking, Grouse-shooting,
12 HIGH STREET, INVERNESS, MANUFACTURER TO THE QUEEN AND THE ROYAL FAMILY,
Who received a First-Class Prize Medal at the Great Exhibition of '51.
At his Establishment will be found the most unlimited variety of CLAN and FANCY TARTANS, and PLAIDS and SHAWLS, FİNE TWEED for Town Wear, LINSEY WOOLSEY, &c. All the necessary Clothing for Deer-stalking, Grouse-shooting, Salmon-fishing, Trout-trolling, Deep-sea fishing, as well as all other descriptions of Highland Manufactures.
Clothing for the Sportsman and Tourist made up at Half the London Prices The famous Highland Cloak, The Highland Costume for Gentlemen, without Ornaments, but including Sporran, Bonnet, Hose, &c., made up Correctly
The Proprietors of the celebrated Clan Tartan and Scotch Tweed Warehouse, Stirling, have much pleasure in intimating that their fame for DAMASK TABLE LINEN, COTTON and LINEN SHEETINGS, TOWELLINGS, &c., is rising as rapidly as their celebrity for Tartans, Scotch Plaids and Tweeds, for which they have long commanded the most distinguished patronage in the kingdom.
Patterns of BED-ROOM SHEETINGS, TOWELLINGS, and GLASS CLOTHS, with prices and widths marked, also a list of sizes and prices of SINGLE and DOUBLE DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, TRAY Cloths, DINNER and TEA TOWELS, sent free to intending pur sers, on application, and parcels of Three Pounds value and upwards, forwarded carriage paid to London, Liverpool, Hull, Newcastle, Dublin, Belfast, and the Principal Towns in Scotland, by
J. & A. DRUMMOND. TARTAN WAREHOUSE, STIRLING.
In 12mo cloth, price 5s.,
LIGHT IN DARKNESS,
OR COMFORT TO THE SICK AND AFFLICTED.
Being a series of Meditations, Prayers, and Portions of Scripture, for those
visited with Bereavement and Distress. By the Rev. JAMES ANDERSOX, Minister of the Parish of Cults.
EDINBURGH: ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK.