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THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

An Abstract of the Net Produce of the Revenue Great Britain, in the Years and Quarters ended sth January and 1844. showing the Increase or Decrease thereof. I Quarters ended Jan. 5, ; 1843. 1844. i Increase. Decrease. £ Customs, 4,214,089 4,766,968 552,879 Excise 3,022,008 3,030
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MEETINGS OF PRESBYTERY.

MEETINGS OF PRESBYTERY.

The Presbytery of Dundee met at Auchterhouse on Wednesday last, to moderate in a call in favour of Mr Hugh to be assistant and successor to Mr Winehouse. The call wa9 respectably signed and sustained; and the Presbytery resolved.to meet on Wednesday the 17th current to take tria
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
England.

England.

Windsor, Friday.—A slight accident, which happily proved of no consequence, happened to her Majesty, who was being driven in pony carriage with the Marchioness of Douro. The postillion took too short a turn from one road into another, and the left wheel of the carriage went into
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Leacub Susi>brland.-_a great outrage, says the Durham Advertiser, on dffSncy and proper feeling bas thi» week been displayed in

The Leacub Susi>brland.-_a great outrage, says the Durham Advertiser, on dffSncy and proper feeling bas thi» week been displayed in

Sunderland by tbe brutal Anti-Corn Law League, who seem resolved to set all tbe decencies civilized life at open defiance. No sooner wa« ;t known the venerable Earl Grey was languish on bed of sickness, tban •' these men of tender sensibilities" must forsooth set their electione
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Attack Rats. —On Monday, as Samuel Brier ey, servant to Messrs Reyner, of Ashton, was engaged in remov ing

An Attack Rats. —On Monday, as Samuel Brier ey, servant to Messrs Reyner, of Ashton, was engaged in remov ing

a quantity of dung from behind the stable, he tacked by large number of rats, which, having no meanso escape, made at him simultaneously. Being rather , he succeeded in destroying twelve of tho number by means o the fork which had in his hand. It was with great ' culty he got aw
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Strange Animal.—The Courrier de Lyon gives the following most wonderful story as a rare and singu ins of sympathy

A Strange Animal.—The Courrier de Lyon gives the following most wonderful story as a rare and singu ins of sympathy

between the canine and feline race. e can hardly believe however that our contemporary serious - " An inhabitant of this place has brought up a chien-cliat (a by breed between a dog and cat is, we presume, " lean o The whole of the body covered with hair like tha o a Spaniel. On
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Jjtrt&a. At Schloss-Ering, Bavaria, the seat of the Connt and Countess on the 18th nit., the Hon. Mrs Callander of

Jjtrt&a. At Schloss-Ering, Bavaria, the seat of the Connt and Countess on the 18th nit., the Hon. Mrs Callander of

Craigforth and Ardkinglass, of a daughter. fHarrtagrg. At 33 York Place, Edinburgh, on the Ist inst., Hngh Boyle, Esq. Campbelton, to Jane, eldest daughter of Lieutenant Macgregor, Campbelton. At Trinity Church, Cambridge, on the 2d instant, the Rev. S. V. Kingdon, 8.D., Fellow
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRRIEMUIR.

KIRRIEMUIR.

The following subscriptions have been received this year in aid of that very useful charity, the Poor's Medical Relief Fund, —viz. Mrs Colonel Rattray of Downie Park, £1 The Misses Lyell of 1 Charles Lyell, Esq. of Kinnordy, 5 Thomas Lyell, Esq., R.N.,*. 1 For this some time pas
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

Apprehended Calamitv.—On Monday morning, eignt of our fishing boats, navigated by above 40 men, left the Harbour for their usual fishing ground. Towards afternoon it came on to blow a strong gale from W.N.W., with thick snow, and the boats not returning at their ordinary time, t
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FUNERAL OF THE LATE LORD LYNEDOCH.

FUNERAL OF THE LATE LORD LYNEDOCH.

The remains of this illustrious nobleman arrived Dundee on Friday morning last, the steam-ship London. Th«v were met the pier by several of his Lordship's relatives, and transferred to a hearse ; !Uid the mournful cavalcade proceeded to Lynedoch by the Penh road. Understanding t
January 9, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland