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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

London, Saturday Evening. Accounts from Madrid are of tlie 23d instant. Nothing further had transpired in regard to the fate of Zurbano; his knowledge of the country, and uncompromising activity, will doubtless have enabled him to escape across the French or Portuguese frontier.
December 3, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Iron Collier.—Some curiosity has been excited by the arrival in the Thames of a Newcastle collier, fine looking vessel, built

Iron Collier.—Some curiosity has been excited by the arrival in the Thames of a Newcastle collier, fine looking vessel, built

of iron, and fitted with a screw propeller, working an engine of twenty horse power. She is 139 feet long, feet 6 inches wide and when loaded with 340 tons of coals, her draught is only 11 feet 9 Inches aft, and ten feet three inches forward ; her hold is divided into separate c
November 19, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

Electric TiiLKGRAPH.—The Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway Company, following the example of several of the great English railways, have erected an electric telegraph between the two cities, which has been successfully worked for the last three days. It has been erected under the su
January 20, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE STEAM NAVY.

THE STEAM NAVY.

(From the Times.) The steam navy has been somewhat increased in extent, but not in efficiency. Two or three ships have been built which are merely so many expensive encumbrancc« to our •raval service. Our docks are turned into hospitals for incapacitated vessels, whose fragile f
October 20, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE.

MONTROSE.

The Weather, &c.—Although cold sharp north wind 8 been prevalent here for sometime past, vegetation ha B been progressing very rapidly. All kinds of green crops are brairding beautifully; and there very promising olose bottom of new grass to be seen on almost every field under t
May 5, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FREE TRADE—THE COLONIES.

FREE TRADE—THE COLONIES.

(Frorn the Atoming Post. ) tends to show that the progress of Free Trade policy is a progress injurious to the interests of the labouring classss. It is very possible that this is not apparent to the more violent advocates of Free Trade in the manufacturing districts, but it is
May 5, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

Dundee Prices Cnrrent —May 4. FLAX. £ £ s. £ j. £ j. rch .Otborny.— 0@55 Meme ,4Brand«l 0@ 42 0 Crown, 49 0 - 50 Neust. No. >0- 0 80.4 th Sort,.. 44 0 -— 0 Neust. No. 2,.. 0-— Petersb. 12 hd .46 0-— 0 Konigsberg,do.— 0-— 0 Do. 9do 0 -44 C Crown Podolia,43 0 - 0 Do.fi do 38 10 -4
May 5, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, March 18. Lord Denman alluded to the case of the man who stands rt> to death Louisiana for having aided the escape slave, expressing a hope that the knowledge the feel'l'g which prevailed in Europe upon the subject might tend 0 Prevent the infliction of p
March 26, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee Courier.

Dundee Courier.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1847. The affairs of Ireland continue to absorb the chief attention of Parliament, to the exclusion of almost every other matter. When Mr O'Connell intimated his intention of demanding fifty millions sterling from Government to be applied for the sole benefi
February 2, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
l/~ FINEST QUALITY SEVILLE BITTER ORANGES AND MESSINA LEMONS, At SANDEMAN'S, 101 MURRAYGATE, DUNDEE. In 1- ebruary these Fruits arrive

l/~ FINEST QUALITY SEVILLE BITTER ORANGES AND MESSINA LEMONS, At SANDEMAN'S, 101 MURRAYGATE, DUNDEE. In 1- ebruary these Fruits arrive

in the greatest perfection ; and Marmalade made during this month will be found much cheaper, and of a more delicious flavour than that preserved a later season of the year. FINE SPANISH CHESNUTS, At 4d per lb.; 12 lb. Parcels, 3s Bd. Roasted before the fire with a layer of salt
February 2, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland