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WATERLOO.

WATERLOO.

Waterloo a well-worn subject, yet always fresh, The following extract from memorandum Sir Digby Mackworth, written in the early morning after the action whilst the rest of the staff were asleep, describes the last charge with more accuracy and reality (notwithstanding dash of fi
August 19, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.

ACCIDENT THE DUNDEE AND PERTH RAILWAY. Wednesday, March 15. The Ccmrt met to-day. The Judges present were the Lord Justici-Cl'rk, Lord Moncrieff, and Lord Wood. Hugh M'Lure. civil engineer, Dumfries, lately the resident engineer o:i the Dundee and Perth Kailway, Simmie, inspecto
March 22, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Under thk Distinguish Patronage the Most Nobls the Marchioness op Twbedhale, and the Honourable Lady Harriet Suttik, &c. ISS REYNOLDS

Under thk Distinguish Patronage the Most Nobls the Marchioness op Twbedhale, and the Honourable Lady Harriet Suttik, &c. ISS REYNOLDS

has the honour to announce J that her CLASSES for DANCING, and the GRECIAN and CALISTHENIC EXERCISES, will RECOMMENCE Monday the 3d of April, Miss Allan's, 16 Tav Street, Dundee. Ladies in Fprth wishing engage Miss Reynolds, will please address their letters,' Miss Reynolds, 45
March 22, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WILSON'S SCOTTISH ENTERTAINMENTS Thistle Hall, Dundee. i\ f R WILSON will give an KNTERTAINMENT ItJ. on the SOXGS of SCO

WILSON'S SCOTTISH ENTERTAINMENTS Thistle Hall, Dundee. i\ f R WILSON will give an KNTERTAINMENT ItJ. on the SOXGS of SCO

rLAN'J, Tuesday the 28th March, Eijjht o'clock, when he will sing Selec tion of the most popular Songs and Ballads, some for tkefirsi time in Dundee. Pianoforte, Junr. Tickets and Pro grammes may be had at Messrs Chalmers, Shaw, Baxter Brown, and Middleton, booksellers, and Mill
March 22, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IRISH COLLEGE SCHEME.

IRISH COLLEGE SCHEME.

(From the Morning Post.) We do not agree with the wholesale condemnation which Mr O'Connell has recently pronounced upon the policy of Ministers, in the establishing and endowing of provincial colleges. Mr O'Connell says it an attempt to carry out infidel education to educate th
September 23, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCHOONER FOR SALE. To be sold by public roup, on Monday 29th September curt, (if not previously disposed of by

SCHOONER FOR SALE. To be sold by public roup, on Monday 29th September curt, (if not previously disposed of by

private bargain), THE SCHOONER "RAVE N," of -S. Dundee, with all her appurtenances, ( at t ' le latent Slip, Dundee, where she at present lies. Being opened for repair, she can be minutely inspected. The Raven was built at Dundee, and registered in March 1840; admeasures 107 345
September 23, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Atßalgonie Cottage, on the Ist instant, .is Thomas Knox of son. , Mr Francig At Arbroath, on the instant, the

Atßalgonie Cottage, on the Ist instant, .is Thomas Knox of son. , Mr Francig At Arbroath, on the instant, the

wife al i<rhter. Martin, Collector of her Majesty's Custom-, , ° * llie At Portland Rectory, eymouth, wife of the Iter. David Ilogarth ® f . s °"' t)l( , of Lewis At Manse, on the 3d '"j a ' Balfour, Esq , merchant, Calcutta. ' in tant) At No. 50Gro r,-nor Street. Loudon, the La
January 12, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRESBYTERY OF ST ANDREWS.

PRESBYTERY OF ST ANDREWS.

This reverend body met the 27th ultimo. Sederunt— Mr Goodsir, Moderator; Haklane, Buist, Hauler, and Ferrie; Messrs Roger, Wright, Merson, Milligan, Scott, Cutler, Thomson, Burtt, Urquhart, Taylor, Dickson, and ■ Easton, ministers. Messrs Dalgleish of Duro, of Balinungo, and Rus
April 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

POTATO® MARKET. - SoutHW ark, Waxeii'siiw., Martsli 25.—The cold change in the weather having- checked vegetation has caused extra demand for potatoes, and farther advance has taken place. Several-cargoes arrived from the northern districts the end of tli<? week. . 1 present pri
April 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROUP OF TOLLS. FORFAR TOLLS. To be let by public roup, within the Town-Hall of Forfar, on Monday the Bth

ROUP OF TOLLS. FORFAR TOLLS. To be let by public roup, within the Town-Hall of Forfar, on Monday the Bth

April, at One o'clock, THE COLLECTION, for One Year from 15tli May, 1844, of the TOLL-DUTIES leviable at the Turnpjke-Gates at— 1. F.ASSIE ; 4. FINHAVEN 2. NEWFORD PARK ; 5. BRECHIN ; 3. FORFAR, North end of 6. TRINITY-MUIR ; and the Town, and HEA- 7. NORTH-WATERTHERSTACKS; BRID
April 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland