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INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

The third annual public meeting the friends of duttr al Schools was held on Wednesday evening in ard Chapel. The meeting was numerously and respectably attended. The chair was filled by the Right Hon. Lord Kin• naird The Reverend Mr Lang opened the meeting with • devotional exer
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Trial For Murdir.—Friday. November 30th, J 049* —Up, and take my Wife, with party of Friends, to the Old

A Trial For Murdir.—Friday. November 30th, J 049* —Up, and take my Wife, with party of Friends, to the Old

Bailey, my Wife having a great Longing to see a Prisoner tried, especially for Murder, and little Pleasure as she do take, poor Wretch, I could net find in Heart to deny her this. Got our Places in the Gallery, cost me 10s, which did begrudge, and think i| a Scandal in the City
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Latest Markets.

Latest Markets.

Courier Office, Wednesday Morning, Half-past Three Refiew of the British Corn Trade DURING THE PAST WEEK. From the Mark Lane Express of Monday Evening.') The wheat trade has since Monday last maintained firm tone, and, though no material variation his occurred in prices, the ten
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOWN COUNCIL.

TOWN COUNCIL.

A meeting of the Town Council was held on Thursday Present, all the members except .Messrs Ower and Cuthbert. REV. MR CitSAlt's STIPEND. The Provost said, the first thing he found in the order of procedure was Spankie's motion relative to Caesar's stipend. Mr Spankie said, with
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICE COMMISSIONERS.

POLICE COMMISSIONERS.

A statutory meeting of the Police Commissioners was held on Wednesday, —Bailie Smith in the chair. the motion of Mr John Matthew, rote of thanks was given Mr Morrison for his gratuitous services in going to (ilasgow to purchase three horses for the use the establishment. From th
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Astronomical &nd Tide on tiki. I niOll WATER \ AT BTl: ** HOOK. Morn. I Etien. Rises. Sets. Rises Sets.

Astronomical &nd Tide on tiki. I niOll WATER \ AT BTl: ** HOOK. Morn. I Etien. Rises. Sets. Rises Sets.

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December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Political Extract.

Political Extract.

CFrom the Times of Thursday.) A revolution has just taken place in Paris, which is likely to attended with most important consequences. This time there has been no shooting, no erection of barricades, no slaughter, no horror; and yet the bouleversement will most certainly operat
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IMPORTANT CASE—RIGHT TO CHURCH PROPERTY.

IMPORTANT CASE—RIGHT TO CHURCH PROPERTY.

Robert Craigie and others against the Rev. Dr Marshall and others. This case, involving the right of the Rev. Marshall and others, as to the meeting-house of " the United Associate congregation of Kiikintilloch," came before the Second Division of the Court of Session on Tuesday
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GUILDRY INCORPORATION.

GUILDRY INCORPORATION.

A meeting ofthe Guild' 7 Incorporation was held on Saturday, for the purpose of electing one of their number as Harbour Trustee, supply the vacancy occasioned by Mr David Miln's resignation,—Dean of Guild Keay in the chair. The meeting was very numerously attended. Mr Miln's res
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Impudbnt Thibf.—' A few days ago,' says one of the Madrid journals. 4 a police-agent, in going his rounds,

An Impudbnt Thibf.—' A few days ago,' says one of the Madrid journals. 4 a police-agent, in going his rounds,

heard the cries of" Murder !" " Help !"' and, on hastening to the spot found a young man bleeding the nose. This man related that had been stopped bv thief, who had taken his watch and ill-treated him. "This is not true,*' cried the thief, who stood at a little distance. '■ 1 me
December 19, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland