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Shipbuilding. new machine has bee invented for sawing ships' timbers, calculated to have an influence in cheapening construction which will

Shipbuilding. new machine has bee invented for sawing ships' timbers, calculated to have an influence in cheapening construction which will

be of some importance in connection with the repeal of the Navigation Laws, It has been introduced into the shipbuilding establishment of M r Wigram (where four of them are now being put up), and is alleged to have been found upon trial to produce not only a considerable saving
December 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

Dundee Current—Decern lur 5. FLAX. £ i. £ *. £ t. £ Arch Otborny.— o(3— Memel,4Brand 28 0@ 10 Crown 34 10 -35 Neust. No .1, ..21 o - 0 .4til Sort. 31 10 -32 0 Neust. \o. 2,.. 19 o- Pelersb. 1 2 lid .33 0 33 10 Konigsberg,do.2l 10 D<>.9do 29 -30 10 10-32 0.6 do.. ....27 0 -27 Cro
December 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FAREWELL TO THE COLONIES.

FAREWELL TO THE COLONIES.

( From the Spectator.) What is it that her Majesty's Ministers mean to do with her Majesty s Colonial possessions? A paper in the Times this week is calculated to raise that question in the most serious form. For some time past, the leading journal distinguished among many thing
November 28, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Foreign Grain.—At Amsterdam on Saturday last Polish wheat was rather lower, and other sorts were calm. In rye more was

Foreign Grain.—At Amsterdam on Saturday last Polish wheat was rather lower, and other sorts were calm. In rye more was

doing, and also in barley. The Antwerp market was without variation as regards the prices of domestic grain, but Baltic wheat was in request, and a shade dearer. Linseed and rapeseed were dull. Polish Odessa wheat was at 15 f. 40. c. Exposition Fhknch Arts and Manufacturrs.— A v
November 28, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Latest Markets.

Latest Markets.

Courier Office, Wednesday Morning, Half-past Three. Review of the British Corn Trade DURING the past week. From the Mark Lane Express of Monday Ecenint/.') new feature calculated to impart interest our remarks has occurred since our last. The general character of the grain trade
November 28, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Grain Markets.

Grain Markets.

AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, ,For tlie weak ending Dec. 1. Per Inii>er\ai'inarttr. Wheat. I -Barley. I Oats. I Rye. j Deans. 40* 'aas Id 16$ l' I 2ls I 28S 6d 32s 2d Aggregate Average the Six Weeks. { Oat*. I Uye. | Itcmn, I PeJise. *«S l-6s led I | DUNDEE CORN MARKET, Decomhw 7- TU«
December 12, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE MUCH ADMIRED NEW WELLINGTON PALETOT, or DRESS OVERCOAT. THE HUNGARIAN WRAPPER, AND Other Styles of Fashionable OVERCOATS to be

THE MUCH ADMIRED NEW WELLINGTON PALETOT, or DRESS OVERCOAT. THE HUNGARIAN WRAPPER, AND Other Styles of Fashionable OVERCOATS to be

seen at the Establishment of E. F. DICKINSON & CO., 11 Union Street. GENTLEME N'S LINENS OF SUPERIOR FIT AND STYLE, MADE TO MEASURE, AND WARRANTED TO FIT. A few Dozens of every qnality are kept, Ready-made and nicely Dressed, for hurried orders ; —all sold this Establishment are
December 12, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SKETCHES ABOUT TOWN.

SKETCHES ABOUT TOWN.

No. IX. Br proceeding north from the Murraygate, we pass through the Wellgate,—the north end of which, about a century ago, was guarded by huge gate, which was shut at night excepting a small wicket that admitted a single person. On the left hand is the famous Lady-well and Dudh
December 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
(Communications to ?3iittor. MR PETLR PLOUGH'S SECOND LETTER. To the Right Hon. Lord Kijjxaird, See. See. &c., Rossie Priory, Inchturc.

(Communications to ?3iittor. MR PETLR PLOUGH'S SECOND LETTER. To the Right Hon. Lord Kijjxaird, See. See. &c., Rossie Priory, Inchturc.

LonD, —Vou have hung as a motto on the portico of your pamphlet the old saying—'' What dune, man ma// do." This is one of thos: aphorisms that must be read with large qualification. At all events, my Lord, I hope that established satisfactorily, in the close of my first letter,
December 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

mooting of the Harbour Trustees was held Monday. Present—Provost Thorns'; Bailies Clark and Smith; Sir John Messrs Hunter, Newall, Benvie Starrock Millar, Adamson, and Martin,—Provost Thorns in thechair. OBSTRTCTIOK OF THE LIGHTS. Reports from the Harbour Master flip causes whic
December 5, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland