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BUSINESS INTIMATIONS UNUSUALLY CHEAP GOODS WILLIAM A W I E & C O'S., TRADES' lIALL BUILDINGS. FANCY DRESS STUFFS from

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS UNUSUALLY CHEAP GOODS WILLIAM A W I E & C O'S., TRADES' lIALL BUILDINGS. FANCY DRESS STUFFS from

a-yd PLAIN DRESS WINCEYS from sld a-vd CHKCK &. STRIPE DRESS WINCEYS, ... from B.',d a-vd! FRENCH MERINOES, all Colours, ... at 2s 2d a-yd. HOYLE'S & M'NATTGHTON'S PRINTS, from 61 a-yd. TARTAN HANDKERCHIEFS, M.LPATTERNS, lsllldeach HEAVY WOOL ANGOL SHAWLS, ... 12s 6d each. ' FUR
November 25, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE WANT OF ASSISTANCE AT THE LATE~ FIRE. Sib, —I am the mail who refused to

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE WANT OF ASSISTANCE AT THE LATE~ FIRE. Sib, —I am the mail who refused to

assist at the late fire, whom " M." mentions his letter in your collimus on Saturday; and if you will allow me a corner your paper, I will state the reason. The first fire that I assisted was a warehouse that whs burned at Dock Street It belonged to the late Mr Watt. I was 26 ho
June 23, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND YARDS NEW DRE3S WINCEYS AND TARTANS. TWO THOUSAND NEW WOOL SHAWLS AND PLAIDS. James Spence Company

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND YARDS NEW DRE3S WINCEYS AND TARTANS. TWO THOUSAND NEW WOOL SHAWLS AND PLAIDS. James Spence Company

Reform Street, anticipating A much larger demand this Winter than hitherto for these Useful and Indispensable Articles of Winter DTe s, made very early arrangements for their First Delivery of SHAWLS, WINCEYS, TARTANS, &c., and although a very considerable advance has taken plac
August 8, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MURDERS OF AFFECTION.

MURDERS OF AFFECTION.

Every now and then the public are startled successive murders, which have similarity in character ; and the fact that they come in groups has given rise to speculations a3 to the existence of mental epidemics, and the possibility of the operation of some unknown law. To suppose
May 27, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. METHVEN & NORRIE'S HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS The Largest Selection in Town OF PUDT-CIASI DINING-ROOM FURNITURE, PARLOUR FURNITURE,

PUBLIC NOTICES. METHVEN & NORRIE'S HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS The Largest Selection in Town OF PUDT-CIASI DINING-ROOM FURNITURE, PARLOUR FURNITURE,

®RAWING-ROOW FURNITURE, BED-ROOM furniture, HALL AND LOBBY FURNITURE, All Upholstery Woilc done on the Premises. Extensive Choice of KIDDER, TAPESTRY, & BRUSSELS CARPETS HEARTH RUGS, SHEEPSKINS, DOOR MATS, FLOORCLOTHS, die. FEATHERS & DOWNS, of Finest Quality, and at Moderate Pr
November 25, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE NEW MINISTRY.

THE NEW MINISTRY.

Lord Palmerston has found the formation of a Cabinet by no means so easy task as he anticipated. He had too many conflicting interests to reconcile, and too many candidates to satisfy. After the compliments which passed betwixt the different sections of the so-called " liberal"
June 22, 1859 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, June 14. The House met at five o'clock. The Earl of Derby said it was hardly necessary to state that after the division which took place on Friday last in the House of Commons, he and his colleagues could only tender to her Majesty their resignations, as
June 22, 1859 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE GOVERNMENT'S NEUTRALITY POLICY.

THE LATE GOVERNMENT'S NEUTRALITY POLICY.

To the despatches already published we add the following emphatic repetition of the desire of the Government to maintain observant neutrality, which occurs in a despatch addressed from the Foreign-Office on the same day (4th May) to our represehtative at the Court of Berlin " As
June 22, 1859 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
J CRAIG, in calling attention to the Complete• ness and Variety of liis STOCK for the Season, would respectfully return

J CRAIG, in calling attention to the Complete• ness and Variety of liis STOCK for the Season, would respectfully return

thanks to those Friends and the Public, who have so liberally patronised him; and begs to state that no effort shall be awanting on his part to secure a continuance of that Patronage already so liberally bestowed, by securing, in the various Departments, the most novel and reche
June 22, 1859 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. OUR GENTLEMEN'S LONG WELLINGTONS, 13a Id, and Shert do. 12s Od, are considered by all competent Judges who

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. OUR GENTLEMEN'S LONG WELLINGTONS, 13a Id, and Shert do. 12s Od, are considered by all competent Judges who

hare seen and tested them, to stand Diadec. These Goods can only-be had I. M . CORNELL'S, 3 2 NITHEBOATE, SOLE AGENT FOE E. 13. SOOTT, WHOLESALE SHOE MANUFACTURERS, GLASGOW. STARCH TO H. R. H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. PATENT STARCH AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL, 186'. THIS UNRIVALLED ST
November 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland