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Dundee Courier.

Dundee Courier.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1845. The proceedings in the House of Lords this week, as is usual at thecommencement of sessions, have hitherto been chiefly confined to giving notice of motions, answering of questions, and other matters of routine. —In the Commons, though little business
February 25, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING.

CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING.

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August 5, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ijtllljS. At 10 Moray Place, Edinburgh, on the 18th instant, Mrs Campbell, of Blytliswood, of son. At Munches, tho 16th

ijtllljS. At 10 Moray Place, Edinburgh, on the 18th instant, Mrs Campbell, of Blytliswood, of son. At Munches, tho 16th

inatant, T.ady of Maxwell, Esq., of a daughter. Edinburgh, on the 19th instant, the Hon Augustus George Frederick Jocelyn, Captain in her Majesty's Carabineers, son of the lute, and brother of the present Earl of Roden, Cecilia, second daughter of Major-General Sir Neil Dougla ,
February 25, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SITTINGS IN THE EAST OR PARISH CHURCH FO R S A L E. There will bo sold by public roup,

SITTINGS IN THE EAST OR PARISH CHURCH FO R S A L E. There will bo sold by public roup,

within the writing chambers of Messrs Kerr, on Wednesday the sth day of March next, at one o'clock afternoon, THE SEVEN SITTINGS in the area of the East or Parish Church which belonged to the late Mrs Riddoch, —five of them forming the pew No. 74, and the remaining two forming p
February 25, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHIPBUILDING MESSRS JOHN BROWN & CO., Shipbuilders, (from the Firm of Messrs John Brown and Sons, Montrose,) beg respectfully to

SHIPBUILDING MESSRS JOHN BROWN & CO., Shipbuilders, (from the Firm of Messrs John Brown and Sons, Montrose,) beg respectfully to

intimate, that they have now COMMENCED BUSINESS in Dundee, as Shipbuilders, in those premises lately occupied by Mr Robert Brown, where they propose carrying on the trade all its departments. Dundee, February 17, 1845. TO THE GUILDRY OF DUNDEE. j Dundee, 22d February, 1845. OWIT
February 25, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEFAMATION FROM THE PULPIT.

DEFAMATION FROM THE PULPIT.

SMITH V. THE RF.V. GENTI.E. I Ids case, which was an action of damages at the instance James Smith, tenant of the farm Wester Al ves, parish of Alves, and county Elgin, against the Rev. Alexander Gentle, minister of the church and parish of Alves, and was tried before a Jury on
July 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

DUNDEE. TRADE REPORT. During the past week our markets have exhibited great firmness, and Flax of all sorts the spot continues demand with prices still looking up. Tows and Codillas are also wanted and support their prices. In Hemp and llemp Codilla there is as yet little or not
July 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

Celebration of her Majesty's Birth-oat The Secretary of State has sent a communication to the authorities in this city informing them that the Queen has been pleased to command that the celebration of her Majesty's birth-day throughout the United Kingdom, be observed oo Tuesday
May 19, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Incurable Malady.—A certain great lady (said Sir William Temple) came to Dr Rojean in much distress about her daughter

An Incurable Malady.—A certain great lady (said Sir William Temple) came to Dr Rojean in much distress about her daughter

; and the physician began the investigation of the same by asking, Why, what ails her ? " " Alas, doctorsreplied the mother, " I cannot tell ; but she has lost her humour, her looks, her appetite her strength consumes every day, so that we fear she cannot live." "Why do you not
May 19, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
On and after the First of June, THE DAILY NEWS, LONDON MORNING NEWSPAPER, at . TWOPENCE HALFPENNY. THE Newspaper is

On and after the First of June, THE DAILY NEWS, LONDON MORNING NEWSPAPER, at . TWOPENCE HALFPENNY. THE Newspaper is

the intellectual life of the Nineteenth Century. Not to speak of the moral and political safeguards which it affords, it places all, whatever their varieties of fortune, on a level as to information. By its means oniy trie small capitalist is enabled to contend successfully agai
May 19, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland