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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

ENGLAND. Return of the Court to Windsor fhom the Isle of Wight.— Windsor. Friday Evening. Her Majesty aud his Royal Highness Prince Albert, accompanied by the infant Royal Family, will leave Osborne House at an early hour tomorrow morning, proceeding to iv the Fairy tender the R
December 16, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE DUNDEE ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16- The various and conflicting rumours regarding the intentions of the Peel Ministry are silenced.

THE DUNDEE ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16- The various and conflicting rumours regarding the intentions of the Peel Ministry are silenced.

That Ministry is now no more : s jarring elements have been resolve! int their individual forms, to make new combinations or tore-unite into a political alliance, on the benches now ready for their Whatever power they possessed as a body allied to the Crown has vanished ; and ta
December 16, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

are glad to understand that there last every chance of Queen's warehouses being erected at tins Port, for the bonding of teaand Sbacco, which will be, nnt to the trade of the town, out Ports and surrounding country both sides of the Tay. A Correspondent writes as"J^JfJi: Corrc B
December 16, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS AT DUNDEE. npcembcr 1". Ma?net, M'William, Liverpool, goods; _ oI , ;,..;:. w, goods. 13, John and Jean, Crockatt. Switt, BclLuiesgow, «v«w w» Kidd London, goods and InverkeUh.ug. coal, . . Kuld, i Doig, passengers; Star,, ■ Kirkaldy, goods; Liverpool, goods . Lav • ,.
December 16, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Since receiving the above report, have heard that Macleish has perished. About halt past eight o'clock yesterday morning he took

Since receiving the above report, have heard that Macleish has perished. About halt past eight o'clock yesterday morning he took

some milk ; but he was not heard to speak or make any movement afterwards. The bell had ceased to be heard, and it was too truly inferred that the power to ring it had also ceased. eleven o'clock, it was almost certain that was dead. one o clock tho Sheriff examined two medical
December 16, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
??? of the ???-The characteristic fickleness our eihnata at thispeiiod forcib y and soverelv illustrated changes, which fog, wind, frost,

??? of the ???-The characteristic fickleness our eihnata at thispeiiod forcib y and soverelv illustrated changes, which fog, wind, frost,

and r .in, alternate with unprecedented rapid ty. That are not, however, ith-.ut ample d< fence against these inclemencies is fully demonstrated the mc nee: cable varieties u{ costume and appliances, water-proof," wind-proof," and " cold-proof," that are daily ssed on our notice
December 16, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

London. Thursday Evening. The Conrt remains at Windsor. Yesterday, Prince Albert went out shootiug, for the first time since bis accident. We understand, that the quarterly revenue, which is to be nude n|> to-morrow, likely to prove very satisfactory. Lord Farnham is to have the
October 11, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
To Readers and Correspondents. There was interesting meeting ot' the South Erpingham Association on Tnesdav. We have a report prepared,

To Readers and Correspondents. There was interesting meeting ot' the South Erpingham Association on Tnesdav. We have a report prepared,

but the number advertisements, ncfivfd a late hour on the morning of publication compels o* to wait it. The same caw ojjfipe, withdraw several articles prepared and in type for leading department oi oar paper. Tke letter m" Lunatic Asylums and Lord Askleu's Act," and tke letter
October 11, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CORONER'S INQUESTS.

CORONER'S INQUESTS.

Friday last, inquest was held at St. Paul's Tavern, in Si. Haul's, before Mr. W. L. Mendham, deputy-coroner, uu view the body Sarah Yariugton, aged 45, wbo was found dead iu ber cottage. The following witnesses were called:— Mr. Samuel Carter Yarington,plumber and glazier, havin
October 11, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
GUARDIANS' MEETING.

GUARDIANS' MEETING.

The General Monthly Meeting the Guardians took place on Tuesday last. The Governor in the Chair. —The first business was the reading the usual reports, and the ordering various payments to be made. The Bill Affair. The Committee appointed to investigate a bill transaction of £20
October 11, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England