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England.

England.

The Court. —We arc informed that it was the intention of her Majesty, with the Prince Consort and the Royal Family to have remained Claremont until Friday. In consequence, however, of its having been notified to the Queen, Monday last, that a fever of an infectious character had
May 12, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INCHTURE.

INCHTURE.

A number of the friends of Mr John Hood, parish of Abernyte, having resolved to testify their esteem and regard for him before leaving this locality for a farm which he has lately taken in the connty of Durham, entertained him at dinner in Crighton's Inn here on Wednesday the 6t
May 12, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE TERMINUS QUESTION SETTLED PRESERVATION OF THE SOUTH INCH.

THE TERMINUS QUESTION SETTLED PRESERVATION OF THE SOUTH INCH.

(From the Perth Courier.) This long controverted subject has at length been determined, and, we rejoice say, in a way which, while it preserves untouched one of the greatest beauties, and accessories to the health, of the Fair City, provides equally for the interests of the Rail
May 12, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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May 12, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ala PERSONS EXrOSF.D TO THE WEATHER. J. L. COWAN & Co.'s AM ERIC AN PALETOT CAPES, CLOAKS, and tY WATER-REPELLING

Ala PERSONS EXrOSF.D TO THE WEATHER. J. L. COWAN & Co.'s AM ERIC AN PALETOT CAPES, CLOAKS, and tY WATER-REPELLING

COATS, for Ladies and Gentlemen travelling (called by our patrons the Preservers of Longevity), are well adapted for every defence against w.-ather —storm, heat, frost, dust, &c. Can only had of the Inventor; or his Agents, advertised, one or more, in every town in England, Irel
May 12, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

Thb Wine* thb Priksts.— Monday night's DMin Herald contains the follo-.ving statement:—'* A correspondent, the same whose accurate information enabled us to anticipate Inspector Trant's disclosures respecting priest Fitzgerald, la 9 p in possession the following startling narrat
November 15, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY.

SCOTTISH MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY.

This undertaking has received great impetus from the resolution come to the Scottish Central Committee on Friday to take £'25,000 of its stock, resolution which involves a like amount of subscription from the Caledonian Railway Company, who agreed to take that amount, conditiona
October 29, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE FIVE HUNDRED "FREE" SCHOOLS.

THE FIVE HUNDRED "FREE" SCHOOLS.

CFrom the Aberdeen Constitutional.) A Rev. Mr " the originator and indefatigable promoter of the scheme to raise £50,000 to build five hundred schools in connection with the Free Church' (we like to be particular, we therefore borrow the above designation from our godly brother
April 16, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
John Mil ire, Milton Mill James Milne, Lunan Alex. Milne, My reside Walter Milne, John Milne, David Milne, Middle John

John Mil ire, Milton Mill James Milne, Lunan Alex. Milne, My reside Walter Milne, John Milne, David Milne, Middle John

Milne, do. Johu Milne, Cowhillock James Milne, Romeries JamesMilner, Ballinshoe Alex. Mitchell, Westmuir of New Grange James Mitchell, tenant, Colliston George Mitchell, farmer, Blackhill David Mitchell, Wayhillock Peter Mitchell, Cortachy Thomas Mitchell, Craigieloeh John Mitch
April 16, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

July 13—Mr J. T. M'Gce, the sub-editor of the Nation, and Mr Hollywood, ' who has some connection ' with the Fklon, were arretted yesterday evening, on a charge sedition ; and, after due investigation College Street, were bound over in heavy recognisances to appear at the presen
July 19, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland