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Forfarshire Illustrated, ; being Views of Gentlemen's Seats, Antiquities, and Scenei-y, in Forfarshire, with Descriptive and Historical Notices. Dundee: G. CuMMING. There are few counties in Scotland which contain more striking and impressive scenery than Forfarshire; and its pa
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

John Caliill has been committed for examination, on suspicion of being concerned in the murders of the late lamented Mr Waller and Miss Vcreker. and M rs Kuan.—Mr and Mrs Charles Kean have just concluded successful engagement at Dublin. It is said they have netted £900 their vis
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FASHIONS FOR JANUARY.

FASHIONS FOR JANUARY.

(From the " London and Paris ladies? Magazine of Fashion." At this season of tlie year velvet is more in favour than any other material; it is worn not only as the principal material of various kinds of both in and out door toilette, but also constitutes the prevailing ornament
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NOTICE TO TflE PUBLIC. The drapers, clothiers, haberdashers. HOSIERS, and HATTERS, in Dundee, have unanimously agreed to SHUT their places

NOTICE TO TflE PUBLIC. The drapers, clothiers, haberdashers. HOSIERS, and HATTERS, in Dundee, have unanimously agreed to SHUT their places

of business at EIGHT O'CLOCK evening, from Tuesday the second day of January 844, till Friday the twenty-ninth day of March ensuing, Saturdays excepted. Dundee, December 12, 1843. VESSEL FOR SALE. To l>fc/sold by public roup, within the chambers of Messrs Shiell and Small, write
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Advices from Madrid of the 21st ultimo bear that a party of officers in the garrison were so incensed at

Advices from Madrid of the 21st ultimo bear that a party of officers in the garrison were so incensed at

a violent article published in the Eco del Commercio, reflecting on the Queen Mother, Maria Christina, that twenty of them, covered with their cloaks, proceeded on the evening of the 20th, to the Eco office, and the manager and editors being absent, they broke the presses, scatt
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

DUNDEE SHIPPING LIST. December 26.—Winds, a.m., W.—p.m., IF. Arrived—Rachel, Fitchet, Leith, goods ; Fancy, Stewart, Grangemouth, pig iron; Success, Harrow, Newcastle, coals; Union, Coupar, Honfleur, apples. Sailed—Robert, Greig, Belfast, goods; Rachel, Fitchet, Leith, goods. De
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ANTI-CORN LAW LEAGUE AND THE AGRICULTURISTS.

THE ANTI-CORN LAW LEAGUE AND THE AGRICULTURISTS.

(From Blackwood's ATagasinefor Jan. 1844.) " The Anti-Corn Law League has in view two-fold object —the overthrow of the present Ministry, whom they abhor for their steadfast and powerful support of the agricultural interest; and the depression of the wages of labour, to enable o
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Original THE YOUNG MINISTER. Sac Tam has gotten a kirk at last; O he's a luckie birkie ! An' he

Original THE YOUNG MINISTER. Sac Tam has gotten a kirk at last; O he's a luckie birkie ! An' he

lias blawn a gospel blast fiars a' the queans look sniirky. Now he sits in a braw new manse, Sae cozie an' sae vogie, For whilk he weel may thank the danca The Deil danced at Strathbogie. Neist Tam maun liae the joy o' life, Its cream, its crownin' blessin'— A canty wife, bonnie
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Musical Prodigy. —Letters from Naples speak of tbe <>ot enthusiasm excited appearance there ot en artiste, of extraordinary merit,

A Musical Prodigy. —Letters from Naples speak of tbe <>ot enthusiasm excited appearance there ot en artiste, of extraordinary merit,

culled F avai te. To person of the greatest beauty she is said unite a voicp of an extent scarcely ever known, enabling her to sing parts the pure contralto, the mezzo soprano, anil soprano, with equal facili.y. Her voice, which naturally exceeding!v sweet, and at the same time
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MR FERRAND AND MR BROOKS.

MR FERRAND AND MR BROOKS.

In answer to Mr Brooks' point blank denial of the charge brought against him by Ferrand, the latter has addressed the following letter to the Editor of the Times. We beg particular attention to tbe concluding paragraph : To the Editor of the Times. SIR. arrival at home this day,
January 2, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland