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Saving In the Frice of Tea and Coffee. NEW TEA AND COFFEE ESTABLISHMENT, 9 UNION STREET. "PHIS Establishment has now

Saving In the Frice of Tea and Coffee. NEW TEA AND COFFEE ESTABLISHMENT, 9 UNION STREET. "PHIS Establishment has now

been in operation for soma time, and the public has had, to a certain extent, an opportunity of judging whether or not the professions made in the opening advertisement have been acted up to. That both the Teas and Coffees have given satisfaction is proved from the large and inc
January 23, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
V" CHEAP AND SUPERIOR PATENT LEVER AND OTHER WATCHES, &c., At that Shop, 24 Nethergate, Dundee. A SINCLAIR begs to

V" CHEAP AND SUPERIOR PATENT LEVER AND OTHER WATCHES, &c., At that Shop, 24 Nethergate, Dundee. A SINCLAIR begs to

intimate that he has at present on hand, for Sale, an assortment of Gold and Silver WATCHES (which he can with confidence recommend to keep time), JEWELLERY, PAINTINGS, BOOKS, and other articles, at greatly reduced prices. "sale THJS day. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, In the Timber Yar
January 23, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

ARRIVAL OP THE OVERLAND MAIL. By (he arrival the at Suez, on the of December, we have received advices from Calcutta the 18 h of November, Madras ihe GaUe 2fith. A<len the Decern'ter and Alexandria the From Alexandria «e loa'n tit t Lord Elr>hin«tone had left the 18 for Cairo, a
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
 
Death of Solom>n Heine Hamburg. Dec The only sulject any general interest which present engages the attention of the citizens

Death of Solom>n Heine Hamburg. Dec The only sulject any general interest which present engages the attention of the citizens

of Hamburg j j| loss one of their ino-t distinguished fellow- ownsmen, namely, Mr Solomon Heine, the wealthy banker. This event, which occurred yesterday afternoon, had already been anticipated for some time. Mr Heine, who was in the year of his age, had long been drooping, and
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Large Trout.—On Monday evening last, a large trout, full season, weighing nine pounds and a half, was caught Windermere.—Kendal Mercury.

Large Trout.—On Monday evening last, a large trout, full season, weighing nine pounds and a half, was caught Windermere.—Kendal Mercury.

A pension of £846 per annum reverts to the country by the death of the late Earl of Limerick, which he had enjoyed since the abolition of the office of Clerk to the Crown and Hanaper, Ireland.—Globe.
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
England.

England.

r-rr,„,, . 1J J Windsor, Friday.—The Queen and Prince Albert promenaded in Home Park for some time this morning-. The Quken. —Tt is believed that Queen Victoria and the Prince will visit Paris in the ensuing spring. Preparations are said to be making for the reception of these i
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland