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Political Extract.

Political Extract.

HIGH FARMING AND POVERTY. (From the Standard.) We see in the decline of cattle farming proof how much easier it is to give advice to try high (arming than it is to practise it. High farming implies command of money, and Sir R. Peel, having emptied the pockets of the farmers, doe
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUBLIC MEETING—REVIEW OF THE TOWN COUNCIL'S DECISION IN THE CROSS CHURCH CASE.

PUBLIC MEETING—REVIEW OF THE TOWN COUNCIL'S DECISION IN THE CROSS CHURCH CASE.

I riday evening a public meeting was held in Bell Street Hall, to take into consideration '• the very extraordinary decision come to by the Town Council Thursday, the instant, regard to the case of the Rev. James Caesar. A requisition said to be signed by upwards of fifty electo
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHINESE ORNAMENTS, DIRECT FROM CASTOX, AND Importation of Malaga and French Fruits. PATERSON, Jrw., HAS just got to hand his

CHINESE ORNAMENTS, DIRECT FROM CASTOX, AND Importation of Malaga and French Fruits. PATERSON, Jrw., HAS just got to hand his

Annual Importation of the above the quality of which is not surpassed any shipment of tW Season. * The advantage of direct importation enables him to offer the finest desserts at the present Wholesale Prices of the British Markets. Also, just received, a beautiful assortment of
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CALUMNIES AGAINST THE COUNTRY PARTY.

CALUMNIES AGAINST THE COUNTRY PARTY.

( From the Same. ) Tt might be worth while to remind those who read the atrocious falsehoods invented to injure the landlords of the country of some of the methods pursued the League conspirators in order to inflame the minds the working classes. If agricultural meetings have li
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOWN COUNCIL.

TOWN COUNCIL.

An adjourned meeting of the Town Council was held on hursday,—Provost l'homs in the chair. I'RLSENTATIOX TO THE CROSS CHURCH. lie memorial from the South Church congregation, requesting the Council to present the Reverend Andrew Taylor, schoolmaster at Duddingstone, to the pasto
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

FRANCE. M. Fould, the Minister of Finance, gave a grand dinner on Tuesday, which were present the President the Republic, all the Ministers, Changarnier Mole, Berryer, Montalembert, Dupin, the Marquis Normanby, Baron James de Rothsehild, &c. At half-past eicrht o'clock, the enti
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Murder in America.—The American papers devote great space to the details of an extraordinary murder committed at Boston. Dr George

Murder in America.—The American papers devote great space to the details of an extraordinary murder committed at Boston. Dr George

arkman, a wealthy member of the niedical profession, disappeared at the end of last month, and trace of him dead alive was discovered for a week. the last day of November, tokens were discovered which led to search in the laboratory of Dr John W. Webster, the Chemical Professor
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sequestration of the deceased Alexander Leighton, baker in Dundee. SHOP AND DWELLING HOUSES IN SEAGATE AND PETER STREET, DUNDEE, FOR

Sequestration of the deceased Alexander Leighton, baker in Dundee. SHOP AND DWELLING HOUSES IN SEAGATE AND PETER STREET, DUNDEE, FOR

SALE. There will be exposed to sale, by public roup. In the Royal, Hotel, Dundee, on Saturday the 29th day of December next, at one o'clock afternoon, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTI ES, part of the I Sequestrated Estate of the said deceased Alexander Leighton,— viz. 1. The Shop at the f
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FREE TRADERS' FOOD, OR "THE FARMERS EATEN UP."

FREE TRADERS' FOOD, OR "THE FARMERS EATEN UP."

Muntz, M.P. for Birmingham, is a Radical of the right soit. While entertaining extreme opinions on some subjects, is always fair and candid towards those who differ from him, and believes possible that men may hold opposite sentiments from his and yet be as honest as himself. He
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Married, at Greenmarket, Dundee, on the 24th inst., bv the Rev. Charles Nairn of Free St David's, Thomas Fyffe, collector

Married, at Greenmarket, Dundee, on the 24th inst., bv the Rev. Charles Nairn of Free St David's, Thomas Fyffe, collector

to the Dundee and Perth Railway Company, to Helen, daughter of the late Mr Kidd, contractor, near Newport, Fife. Died, at Bullion, on Sabbath the 16th inst., Mr George Dodds, auctioneer.
December 26, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland