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DUNDEE. nHARLE9 EDWARD, Architect, begs to announce, that he has completed an accurate SURVEY the of DUNDEE and VICINITY fhe

DUNDEE. nHARLE9 EDWARD, Architect, begs to announce, that he has completed an accurate SURVEY the of DUNDEE and VICINITY fhe

and Improvements made the last twenty-five years and those now the course of being carried out. This Plan' was commenced by the late Mr David Smith, Architect in Dundee since whose death C. E., who has been carryingon Mrs Smith's business, has been engaged in completing it. The
February 10, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SPECIAL NOTICE.—To secure the advantage of this YEAR'S ENTRY, PROPOSALS MUST BE LODGED AT THE HEAD Office, or at any

SPECIAL NOTICE.—To secure the advantage of this YEAR'S ENTRY, PROPOSALS MUST BE LODGED AT THE HEAD Office, or at any

of the Society's Agencies, before Ist March. MUTUAL ASSURANCESCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Incorporated by Royal Charter. EDINBURGH—26 ST ANDREW SQUARE. LONDON—6I MOORGATE STREET. PRESIDENT. HIS grace the duke of buccleuch and queensberrt. VICE-PRESIDENTS. THE RIGHT
February 10, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee Courier.

Dundee Courier.

TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1844. A great deal of business has been gone through in both Houses of Parliament during the past week, although there has been less of discussion than we are accustomed to in the earlier part of the session. Many bills have passed, and are only waiting the Roy
July 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

1 iie Moa, or Gigantic Bird of New Zealand.—From a letter just received from Mr Walter Mantel], of Wellington (son of Dr Manteli), there seems still to be some doubt as to the extinction of this colossal race of bipeds. It appears that an emigrant from Sidney lately settled at P
July 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

(From the Edinburgh Gazette.) SEQUESTRATIONS. February 25. Alexander Jeffrey, formerly printer and publisher in Jedburgh, now writer and share dealer, and residing there. February 25. John Bowdcn, merchant and commission agent Glasgow. February 26. James M'Gill and Co. victualle
March 3, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN INTELLIGENT JURY.

AN INTELLIGENT JURY.

An inquest was held a few days ago the neighbourhood of Exmoor, Devon, which nine of the jury signed the verdict by mark. The following are some of the humorous particulars of the examination as we find them reported io a local print:— Coroner; Did you know the defunct Witness :
March 5, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
yj To Consumers of Tea ami Coffee. JOHN DICKINSON, 9 Union Street, particularly recommends his GENUINE STRONG FULL-FLAVOURED CONGOU TEA,

yj To Consumers of Tea ami Coffee. JOHN DICKINSON, 9 Union Street, particularly recommends his GENUINE STRONG FULL-FLAVOURED CONGOU TEA,

only 4s per lb. Very Fine, 4s 6d. -- Few families require a better article. Finest, ss. Java and Ceylon Coffee, Is 4d; Jamaica, 8d; Mocha, 2s per lb. j ORANGE MARMALADE. TLAMB, 69 Murraygate, and top of Reform Street, . NOW SELLING MARMALADE, of the finest quality, at One Shilli
March 5, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOLLS. To be let, by auction, within the Town House of Dundee, on Tuesday the 9th day of April next,

TOLLS. To be let, by auction, within the Town House of Dundee, on Tuesday the 9th day of April next,

at twelve o'clock noon, TOLL DUTIES leviable, for the year from Whit-1 Sunday 1844 to Whitsunday 1845, at the following BARS,— I. On the road from Dundee to Forfar,— 1. BAR at DIGHTY WATER, with Steelyard. 2. BAR at TARBRAX. 3. BAR at LOANHEAD of FORFAR. 11. On the road from Wal
March 5, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Saturday, January 23- Messengers from the House of Commons brought up the Corn Importation and Navigation Bills. The Marquis of proposed the first reading of the Corn Importation Bill, and also the first reading the bill for the Suspension of the Navigation Laws.
January 26, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DAVID SIBBALD, Baker, T o. 3 Cotcgate, BEGS most respectfully to return his thanks to his numerous Friends and Patrons

DAVID SIBBALD, Baker, T o. 3 Cotcgate, BEGS most respectfully to return his thanks to his numerous Friends and Patrons

in Dundee and its Vicinity, for the liberal support which they have hitherto conferred upon him, and would now solicit their attention particularly to his TEA BREADS, BROWN BISCUITS. BUTTER do., FANCY BREADS, COOKIES, &c., newly baked every evening. D. S. would also recommend pu
January 26, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland