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THE FIFESHIRE ELECTION.

THE FIFESHIRE ELECTION.

Mixed with deep regret for the death of the respected Member for the county of Fife, there are the usual feelings of excitement which are evoked on the eve of a political struggle- Already the electors are beginning to compare the relative merits of the probable competitors for
April 2, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Peter Walsh, the young man who was beaten by party Riband,men in the county of Westmeath, has died of tlie

Peter Walsh, the young man who was beaten by party Riband,men in the county of Westmeath, has died of tlie

injuries he received. Flogging of Women in Austrian Poland. A letter from Lemberg (Galicia), in the 1 rest, Vienna, says Since the beginning of the montli the military tribunals in this province have been actively occupied. They try on average four cases a day. certain number of
April 2, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

at the next Sir S. Peto will retire hecame an Irvingite The late Lord orile rs aa an English years ago. J l ® 11 .Jinan. . that the emigration ■ie Limerick Re^ r 3 become so brisk as to become emigration% "LjSeatening language to his wife, and bound the Exchequer, on Thursday, •
April 2, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE AMERICAN NEWS.

THE AMERICAN NEWS.

More news from America, but still nothing decisive. The precise object of Grant's movement the north bank of the James River is not yet precUely known. The fighting at that point of the operations still goes on, in the ah ape of sanguinary skirmishing, which costs each side many
September 1, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE BRITISH SHIPOWNERS' COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under " The Companies Act, 1862," which the liability of each Shareholder is limited

THE BRITISH SHIPOWNERS' COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under " The Companies Act, 1862," which the liability of each Shareholder is limited

to the amount of bis Shares. Capital, £2,000,000, in 100,000 Shares of £20 each. WITH POWER INCREASE. FIRST ISSCE, 50,000 SHARES. Deposit on Application, £1 per Share, ion Allotment, £2 per Share. Calls not exceeding £5 per Share will be made as further Capital is required for t
April 2, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE M'LACHLAN CASE.

THE M'LACHLAN CASE.

(From our own Correspondent.) Glasgow, Tuesday Evening. The following memorial was laid down to-day for signature in the Royal Exchange, Glasgow, when several hundred gentlemen appended their names to it:— To the Right Honourable Viscount Palmerston, K.G., First Lord of the Trea
November 12, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SMALL TENEMENTS BATING (SCOTLAND.)

SMALL TENEMENTS BATING (SCOTLAND.)

The following bill, provide for the better assessing and collecting the poor rates Scotland in respect, of tenements small annual value, has been prepared and brought in Sir John Ogilvy, Mr Baxter, Black, aud Sir James : PREAMBLE. Whereas an Act'was passed in the eight'and ninth
April 15, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE EGHAM RAILWAY COLLISION.

THE EGHAM RAILWAY COLLISION.

The further enquiry into the Egham railway accident was resumed yesterday. The principal witnesses examined were the station-master at Egliam, hib fiffice porter, a signalman, and a plate-layer acting for the day as signalman. Their evidence was to .the effect that the second tr
June 18, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE YELVERTON CASE.

THE YELVERTON CASE.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Thursday, June 16. Trescnt, the Lord Chancellor, Lord Brougham, Lord Chelmsford, Lord Kingsdown, and Lord Wensleydale. the sitting of their Lordships this morning, the Attorney-General said that the time which these letters we> written was a critical period in th
June 18, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ESTABLISHED PRESBYTERY OF ARBROATH.

ESTABLISHED PRESBYTERY OF ARBROATH.

This reverend court met iu the Court-House of Arbroath on Wednesday twelve o'clock noon—Mr Anderson, of Kirkdeu, Moderator. There were also present Me*is Arklay, verkeillor ; Bell, Canny lie ; Sowers, Barry ; C»ur, Pttnbride ; Christie, Arbirlot ; Duke, St Vigeans ; Hay, Lunan ;
September 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland