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DUNDEE AND ARBROATH RAILWAY.

DUNDEE AND ARBROATH RAILWAY.

> A ®P® c >al general meeting of the Partners of the Dundee ' and Arbroath Railway Company was held in the Town Jlall , Thursday last, —Andrew Low, Esq., in the chair. Mr Shiell real a Report from the Directors, of which the following is extract. " have much satisfaction in meet
December 31, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

DUNDEE SHIPPING LIST. December H.—Winds, a.m , S.—p.m., S.W. i.ed—Star, Turnbul 1, Leitli, goods; ludustry, Hutchison. Forth, ballast. December 25.—Winds, a.m., W.—p.m.. .9.17. Arrived—Wave, Crammond, Inverkeithing, coals. Sailed —Mary Key, Key, Dunkirk, goods; Dundee (steamship
December 31, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXPEDITIOUS AND UNPRECEDENTED CONVEYANCE OF PARCELS AND GOODS, BETWEEN EDINBURGH AND DUNDEE, BY J. PARKER'S TWO-HORSE SPRING VAN. J PARKER,

EXPEDITIOUS AND UNPRECEDENTED CONVEYANCE OF PARCELS AND GOODS, BETWEEN EDINBURGH AND DUNDEE, BY J. PARKER'S TWO-HORSE SPRING VAN. J PARKER,

returning thanks to the Public for their patronage since he commenced his Van between Cupar and Kirkaldy, begs to inimate his intention, on or about the Ist of January next, to Start a TWO-HORSE V AN for GOODS and PASSENGERS between CUPAR and DUNDEE, every Monday, Wednesday, Thu
December 31, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Awkward Proverb.—The Chancellor, Lord Eldon, had mentioned to the Prince the Princess of Wales, and the hopes her dignity

An Awkward Proverb.—The Chancellor, Lord Eldon, had mentioned to the Prince the Princess of Wales, and the hopes her dignity

and comfort would be attended to. The Prince's reply was He was not the sort of person who let his hair prow under his wig to please his wife.'' On which the Chancellor respectfully but firmly said, Your Royal Highness condescends to become personal—l leg leave to withdraw and a
January 28, 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
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

Russia and the Roman See—A letter from War. saw, of October 31st, in the Oder say, "M. de Bludow has just arrived here from Naples. The mission, relative to the religious affairs of Poland, which he was entrusted with at Rome by the Emperor of Russia, is looked on to have failed
December 1, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

Edinburgh Representation of the City.— We understand that Mr Cowan has been advised that, in consequence of his having, at the date of his election, been connected with Government contract, his election is of questionable legality, and that, although the contract is now at an en
December 1, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICE COMMISSIONERS.

POLICE COMMISSIONERS.

A statutory meeting of tho Police Board was held on Wednesday last,—Bailie Moyes in the chair. Although nineteen of the Ward-elected Commissioners were present, there was almost total absence of discussion. The Clerk read a letter from Provost Brown, intimating that he was that
November 19, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MR JOHN DAVIDSON RESPECTFU L L Y announces, that has COMMENCED BUSINESS as AUCTIONEER for the sale Growing Chops, Farming

MR JOHN DAVIDSON RESPECTFU L L Y announces, that has COMMENCED BUSINESS as AUCTIONEER for the sale Growing Chops, Farming

Stock, &c.. and the letting of Grass Parks, and similar business. Having been for many years in the employment of Messrs C and J. Kerr a lactory Clerk, he has had considerable experience in the management of such business. He permitted to refer to Messrs Kerr, and will be glad t
March 26, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH.

ARBROATH.

Trade—We regret to hear that several of our works have, in consequence of the stagnation in trade, been reduced in some cases from ten to twelve frames. It is to be hoped that this check in trade is but temporary, and that as soon as the monetary state of the country is in more
June 8, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland