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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

FRANCE. SENTENCE OP HENRI THE REGICIDE. Tlic French Court of Peers met on Thursday at eleven o'elock, to deliberate on the charge of the Attorney-General. Between three and four o'clock a considerable number of persons anxious to know the result of the trial, already crowded the
September 8, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

Poor Laws.— 26th August.—A case of considerable importance, as tending to remove a very prevalent riea in this quarter, that sons-in-law are not liable for the support of their fathers or inotl er«-in-law, came on for trial bfcfore the Sheriff Small Debt Court, held here to-day.
September 8, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOME CULTIVATION OF FLAX.

HOME CULTIVATION OF FLAX.

(From the Perth Courier. Without having gone much into detail, we have already endeavoured to draw the attention of landlords and farmers to the cultivation of flax, as, at least partially, a remunerative crop, bringing profit directly to the farmer, and indirectly affording the
September 8, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR M.\Y. CARSE OF GOWRIE. {Written for the Dundee Courier.) I? May like ."March, " came with an adder's head, she went out with a peacock's tail on the last night of her existence, as if loth to leave us, she bathed grateful fields in warm tears—enriching an
June 6, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DOWN AND FEATHER WAREHOUSE, No. 78 Netuergate, Dundee. MRS M'KENZIE, in returning her grateful thanks to her

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DOWN AND FEATHER WAREHOUSE, No. 78 Netuergate, Dundee. MRS M'KENZIE, in returning her grateful thanks to her

Friends, and the Public generally, for the support and encouragement she has hitherto received, begs to intimate to parties furnishing at this season of the year, that she has ju«t got hand large assortment of FOREIGN and BRITISH DOWNS and FEATHERS, of superior quality, which ha
June 6, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

DUNDEE SHIPPING LIST. April 20.— Windt, a.m., TV.—p.m., S.E. Aubivei) Reinholdt, Bartels, Konigsberg, flax, &c ; Gipsy, y'ckwith, Leith, goods; Barbara, Paton, and Liverpool, Gil* "*'st, Liverpool, goods. jx.^au.ed—Origen, Campbell, Aberdeen, goods ; Lituania, pickets, Riga, bal
April 27, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCHEE—PUBLIC MEETING.

LOCHEE—PUBLIC MEETING.

On Wednesday, a meeting of the rate-payers of £2 rental and upwards, called by the Sheriff, in the Weavers' Hall, in the pursuance of a requisition addressed to him, for the purpose of determining upon the propriety of erecting a iock-up house, and establishing police force in t
October 27, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PAROCHIAL BOARD OF LIFF AND BENVIR.

PAROCHIAL BOARD OF LIFF AND BENVIR.

SAI *" l,eld Tuc,<i «; !•". in were necessary to get the tnoilo aSC6I iat Btr P s parish so that , assessment altered for this K ,«3 Id™,"/" b, ok to oW i"»" °< the Board when tl.p'- «eport to the next meeting of laid on ' thG for next year fall, to b# The cfonS Sented fron this
August 10, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. r Our South Ferry Correspondent must be more precise in his information. fhe remarks on the recent trial

TO CORRESPONDENTS. r Our South Ferry Correspondent must be more precise in his information. fhe remarks on the recent trial

in Forfar regarding spade are too strong, but certainly there is much°hardship m such a proceeding. " The Art of Living''in our next. Erratum—ln the notice of the death of the Earl of Airlie in our last week's No., which we copied from a London daily paper, it was incorrectly st
September 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
to (To the Editor of the Dundee Courier.) TIIE "WARDER'S" UNFAIRNESS TO THE FAIR. Editor, —Is it fair to allow

to (To the Editor of the Dundee Courier.) TIIE "WARDER'S" UNFAIRNESS TO THE FAIR. Editor, —Is it fair to allow

your contemporary, the Warder, in his pharisaical crusade against the Fair," to publish such exaggerated and false statements as appear in his account of it last week. Give a dog an ill name and it will stick to it, is say ng which has been too truly verified in the case of our
September 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland