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WINTER OVERCOATS. COSMOCAPELEION (M. A. LEVY, Proprietor,) 24' REFORM STREET, DUNDEE, South Bridge, Edinburgh, and High Street, Falkirk. TNTENDING PURCHASERS

WINTER OVERCOATS. COSMOCAPELEION (M. A. LEVY, Proprietor,) 24' REFORM STREET, DUNDEE, South Bridge, Edinburgh, and High Street, Falkirk. TNTENDING PURCHASERS

of WINTER CLOTHING are invited to call and inspect the very large Stock of this Establishment, which now embraces an addition ofapwardsof ONE THOUSAND READY-MADE WINTER OVERCOATS, affording the Purchaser a choice of every Fashionable Shape, Colour, or Material, yet introduced. I
December 20, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee Courier.

Dundee Courier.

TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1847. Inn attention of both Houses of Parliament during the past week has been chiefly directed towards Irish affairs, and every other matter is regarded as only of secondary importance. On Monday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer brought forward his budget, and
March 2, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE QUEEN'S VISIT.

THE QUEEN'S VISIT.

Loch Laggan, Tuesday, Noon. Yesterday morning, Prince Albert went out to the covershooting in the woods adjacent to the Lodge, attended by a great number of boaters. The sport was excellent—the best, believe, the Prince has enjoyed since his arrival at Ardverikie. Ilis Royal Hig
September 22, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
v Astronomical and Tide Table. HIGH WATER AT DUNDEE. SUN * MOON ' Morn Even. Rises. Sets. Rises Sets. Feb.

v Astronomical and Tide Table. HIGH WATER AT DUNDEE. SUN * MOON ' Morn Even. Rises. Sets. Rises Sets. Feb.

h m h m h h h h m Wet). 9, 524 545 744 446 922 11 Second Thu. 10, 634 742 448 950 0 0 Quarter Frid. 11, 1 729 450 20 027 Frid.ll, Sat. 12, 834 737 10 55 143 43 rain. Sun. 13,! 9 13 952 735 455 11 39 253 past Mod. 14, 36 11 15 733 357 after. Tues. 15, 11 54 013 731 459 126 450 j
February 9, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE GLENTILT OBSTRUCTION.

THE GLENTILT OBSTRUCTION.

he Glenttlt obstruction! continues excite attention, and to grow in importance. It furnished admirable pabulum for a famishing press. The Parliamentary elections never before were so barren, furnishing only a few miserable mouthfuls for the esurient Fourth Estate.'' The Queen's
September 22, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JENNY LIND'S CONCERT.

JENNY LIND'S CONCERT.

Jenny Lincl has come and gone, —the concert that caused such a stir and kept us so long and cautiously on the tiptoe of expectation has taken place; and though most of our readers have either used the opportunity to judge for themselves, or formed some idea from the report of ot
September 22, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

THE CORN MARKET. (From the Morning Post of Saturday.) The temperature has risen within the last few days, and the weather, on the whole, may be considered favourable for the growing- grain crops. This circumstance, which, in the ordinary state of affairs, would in all probabilit
May 11, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
V-O. artificial teeth. MR MILLS, Dentist, respectfully announces h' s Arrival in Dundee, and may be consulted at rs Wliitton's

V-O. artificial teeth. MR MILLS, Dentist, respectfully announces h' s Arrival in Dundee, and may be consulted at rs Wliitton's

Lodgings, 34 Netliergate, second entry east Union Street; and, as Lis stay is limited, he solicits an early application. Dundee, 26th April, 1847. NEW TEA AND GROCERY WAREHOUSE^ Overgate. (Corner of Barrack Street.) ALEXANDER HUNTER RESPECTFULLY intimates to his friends and the
May 11, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CORPORATION MONOPOLIES.

CORPORATION MONOPOLIES.

DEPUTATION THE LORD ADVOCATE. On Friday deputation of the Non-Freemen's Association of Edinburgh had an interview, by appointment, with the Lord Advocate (M'Neil) at his residence. They were accompanied and introduced the Lord Provost and Councillor Macfarlan. The Lord Provost s
December 30, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Monday, .August 14. the vote £30,000 for the new Houses P^irliamf .Sir H. said that the sums voted by for the new House* amounted to £'916,000, whilst "if money paid nr agreed to-be paid-up the 2lst March. ,002,110, being an excess of money paid paid, o*er money granted by Parli
August 23, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland