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ALBION GLASS, CHINA AND STONEWARE, IRONSTONE, &c., STORE, Overgate, Opposite Barrack Street, Dundee. pHE Subscribers most respectfully intimate to tbeir

ALBION GLASS, CHINA AND STONEWARE, IRONSTONE, &c., STORE, Overgate, Opposite Barrack Street, Dundee. pHE Subscribers most respectfully intimate to tbeir

numerous Customers and the Public, that the STOCK of the above articles is now replete, comprising an extensive and varied assortment of every article in the line, from the commonest to the finest manufactured, the whole of which lias been recently purchased in the principal man
January 23, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
High Water at Dundee. Morning. Evening. Friday 6ft 3 n 6ft 50/;» Tuesday,.. 4A 43, n 2m Saturday,. 7ft 11

High Water at Dundee. Morning. Evening. Friday 6ft 3 n 6ft 50/;» Tuesday,.. 4A 43, n 2m Saturday,. 7ft 11

m 7ft S3m Wednesday, sft 18m sft 37». Sunday,.... 7ft 59<» Bft 32/1 Thursday,.. sft 55m 6/1 Monday,.. 9ft 9'" 9 ! 47m
January 23, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Political Extract.

Political Extract.

PRESIDENT TYLER'S MESSAGE. From the Timeft Tyler h:is nnt fallen far short of our prognostications in his last effusion; but it is the first time since the foundation of the Union that the annual messaae of the President of the United States has been converted into a manifesto t
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE FRENCH IN TAHITI.

THE FRENCH IN TAHITI.

THE FRENCH TAHITI. The accounts received by the Reine Blanche, the ship of Admiral Dupetit Thouars, from Tahiti, are extremely interesting. They extend to the 14th of July, and the files of the Oceanie Frangaise contain very full accounts of the state of affairs in that island, a
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Trintrrs' Precepts —Never inquire thou of the printer j for tlie news ; for behold it is his duty at

Trintrrs' Precepts —Never inquire thou of the printer j for tlie news ; for behold it is his duty at

the appointed time to give it unto thee without asking. It is not fit that thou shouldst ask of him who the author of an Article; for lii« duty requires him to keep such things unto himself. not make a practice of borrowing thy neighbours' papers—it is neither honest nor indepen
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

(From Vie Edinburgh Gazette.) SEQUESTRATIONS. Edgar & Fraser, tailors aud clothiers Glasgow, as a Company and as individuals. illiam Galloway, manufacturer in Paisley. John Campbell, merchant in Balfron. Alexander Stevens, stationer and bookbinder in Edinburgh. John M'Lennan, la
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NOTICE. FOUR POINTERS, three a black and one of a white colour, were FOUND ASTRAY on the Farm Kingenny,about four

NOTICE. FOUR POINTERS, three a black and one of a white colour, were FOUND ASTRAY on the Farm Kingenny,about four

mile* east, on the afternoon of Monday ' the 30th December; and they have since been detained there for safety. Hugh Cameron, forester at Kingenny, will deliver up the 1 Dogs to the party to whom they belong, on production of satisfactory proof and payment of expenses. ' Dundee
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AND GLAMMISS RAILWAY COMPANY. ♦ ADJOURNED GENERAL M E TING of tbp . SHAREHOLDERS of the Nkwtylk and Gi.ammiss Railway

AND GLAMMISS RAILWAY COMPANY. ♦ ADJOURNED GENERAL M E TING of tbp . SHAREHOLDERS of the Nkwtylk and Gi.ammiss Railway

Company will be held, within the Company'* Office in the Depot Glatnmiss, Saturday first the lltli day of January current, at one o'clock afternoon. Chris. Kerr, Clerk the Company. Dundee, 6th January, 1845. PECTORAL COUGH LOZENGES. ' afford relief in every species of ■ Cough, w
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

A meeting of the Harbour Board was held yesterday. Present . Provost ; Bailies Anderson, Moves, and Ilean, and Dean of Guild Thoms; Messrs Sturrock, Martin, Low, Scott, Murray, Kennedy, Webster, Baxter, and Neish. A letter was read from Mr David Mitchell, intimating that the Pol
April 16, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFAR.

FORFAR.

S:\tunlay, Lord Panmure transmitted to the President of the Forfar Mechanics' Institution the liberal and very handsome donation £20, in aid of the funds. This falls to be recorded another amongst the many munificent acts of his Lordship towards the public institutions of our co
April 16, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland