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THE HIGHLANDS.

THE HIGHLANDS.

The Storm.—February—unlike its precursor—set in with a keen frost and snow ; and an additional fall of fresh snow almost every succeeding night. This state of the weather prevailed to the 13th, when the atmosphere became somewhat mild and dull, with symptoms of freshness and tha
March 12, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AWFUL FLOOD IN SOUTH AMERICA.

AWFUL FLOOD IN SOUTH AMERICA.

The Philadelphia Gazette publishes a letter from a correspondent in Venezuela, giving an account of one of the most terrific calamities that we have had brought under our notice for a long time. The letter is dated San Fernando : " How unfortunate has been the year 1844 for Vene
October 8, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

GRAIN MARKET AND CROPS. (From the Shipping Gazette of Friday •) Very little change has taken' place in the position of the gain trade during the week. At most of the principal markets the price of wheat has remained nearly stationary, at others trifling decline has occurred, whi
October 8, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Church.

The Church.

SPEAKING OUT. (From the Aberdeen Constitutional.) We admire candour in all tilings. It is, therefore, with some degree of pleasure that we submit to our readers the following extract from a late number of the " Free" Witness "Whilst the General Fund undoubtedly the main pillar o
April 23, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

and Railway.—l* •will wn from our advertising columns that the allotment of the shares of this company is to take place this day week. understand more than double the whole capital has been already applied for, and by the day of allocation there will be a very great additional a
April 23, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

A meeting of the Harbour Board was held yesterday. Pr** Se, j >, oV st Dawson, Bailies Anderson, Moves, and and Dean of Guild Thorns ; Messrs Sturrock, Martin, Mb'" ray, Webster, Harris, Scott, Neish, Kennedy, Baxter, J Low, —the Provost in the chair. A letter from Mr Pilmer, re
July 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. From llineto 4inclusive, 3s Od From 271inesto29inelusiTe,8s slines- .. 3 6 I „ 30 .. -32 ..

CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. From llineto 4inclusive, 3s Od From 271inesto29inelusiTe,8s slines- .. 3 6 I „ 30 .. -32 ..

9 ». .. - 8 .. 4 ~ 33 .. -35 m -10 .. 4 „ 36 .. -38 .. ». •• -12 .. ~ .. -41 .. « ~ 13 -14 .. ~ 42 .. -44 11 ~ 15 .. -16 6 ~ .. -47 .. 6 ~ 17 -18 .. ~ 48 .. -50 .. ~ -20 .. 0 ~ 51 .. -53 .. 12 6 „ 21 -23 .. 7 ~ 54 .. -56 .. 13 0 ~ 24 -26 .. 0 ~ 57 .. -59 .. 13 6 And for every 3
July 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Uirtlji. At No Lvnedoch Place, Edinburgh, on the 29th the Jjcidy of Alexander JLeith, Esq., 1 and Glen- - kindie,

Uirtlji. At No Lvnedoch Place, Edinburgh, on the 29th the Jjcidy of Alexander JLeith, Esq., 1 and Glen- - kindie,

of a daughter. At Baldinny Cottage, near Coupar Angus, on the June, Mrs Torrv, of a son. At 10 Ann Street, Edinburgh, on the 2/th ultimo, Mrs William Blackwood, of son. At Balmakcwan, on the 24th ultimo, Mrs David Lyall, of daughter. At the British Embassy, Hague, on the 26th Ju
July 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Three Jokers.— While Lord Heytsbury passed to the Castle yesterday, three persons made the following observations on him -The

The Three Jokers.— While Lord Heytsbury passed to the Castle yesterday, three persons made the following observations on him -The

first said, "He comes to us with strong letter of introduction —his name iliiam 11 The second observed, " be comes to bury all hates and auimos.ties, truly worthy of the name of H atesbury." The third said. •« I congratulate the nobility and gentry of Ireland, for while he stays
August 6, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
" G U A N O." DISCHARGING in Earl Greys Dock, the cargo of the " Caroline," of about 700

" G U A N O." DISCHARGING in Earl Greys Dock, the cargo of the " Caroline," of about 700

tons. This cargo is very superior, and consumers are requested to inspect it in the ship. Apply to Peter Thoms. High Street, Dundee, August 2, 1844. r GUANO. THK Subscribers have uow for Sale supply of excellent GUANO—imported per Indus direct from Ichaboe— which they are sellin
August 6, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland