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COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

Priccs Current—January G. FLAX. £ s. £ S. £ ». £ s. A rch.Otboruv. 0@ Memel,4Brand3s 0® 35 Crown, 0- Neust. No. 1 ~.2y 0 Do. Sort,.. 36 10 •37 0 Neust. No. 2,.. 0 - 28 l'efersb.l2 1id.37 -33 0 Konigsberg,do.27 0- 28 Do. 0- 36 C Crown Podolia,33 31 0 Do. 32 0- 33 0 Crown Druana,3
January 7, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

Advantages of Railways.—A remarkable instance of how much the interests even of individuals maybe promoted by the rapidity and ease of railway travelling was related by Wilson, the vocalist, at one of his concerts lately. In expressing a hope that the railways contemplated here
November 19, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

Dundee Prices Current—June FLAX. £ £ s. £ s. £ t. Arch Otborny.s2 0@ Memel,4Brand 0@ 0 Crown, 50 0-— Neust. No. 0- 0 Do. 4th Sort,. .43 10 -44 0 Neust. No. 2,.. 0- 0 Pelersb. hd.— ?» 0 Konigsberg,do.— 0-— 0 Do. 9do 42 -44 0 f2*ownPodolia,46 o'— 0 D 0.6 do.. .*..38 0- 40 0 Crown
June 8, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE GAS LIGHT COMPANY, rpHE STATUTORY ANNUAL GENERAL MEET, of the SHAREHOLDERS of the Dundee Gas Ligiit Company be w

DUNDEE GAS LIGHT COMPANY, rpHE STATUTORY ANNUAL GENERAL MEET, of the SHAREHOLDERS of the Dundee Gas Ligiit Company be w

' t ' lirl l ' ,e British Hotel, Dundoe, on Wednesday the 30th day of June current, at twelve o'clock noon, —when the Annual Report of the Directors will be exhibited to the Meeting, Joiin Kerr, Clerjc, Dundee, June 7, 1847. Jusfc"published, in a sealed envelop.-, price Is 6d.,
June 8, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee Courier.

Dundee Courier.

TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1845. The past week has been one of comparative quietness in the House of Commons, although a great (leal of important business has been gone through. Monday, Sir Robert Peel brought forward his motion for the House going into Committee on the Maynooth College gr
May 6, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Communication <£t«rtoi\ TflE MAYNOOTH GRANT. To the Editor of the Dundee Courier. Sir,—ln these days of anti-Maynooth agitation, allow me

Communication <£t«rtoi\ TflE MAYNOOTH GRANT. To the Editor of the Dundee Courier. Sir,—ln these days of anti-Maynooth agitation, allow me

to trouble you with few remarks. I don't at all wonder that Dissenters, who are conscientiously opposed to all endowments, should have done what they could to resist the grant in question neither does it astonish me that men, ./professedly hostile to Christianity itself, should
May 6, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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May 6, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

A meeting of the Harbour Board was held yesterday. Present—Provost Brown, Bailies Sturrock and Moyes, Messrs Alexander Lawson, Alexander Martin, David Baxter, Thomas Powrie, John Kennedy junior, Roderick Harris, William Harris, James Webster, and James Murray. Provost Brown in t
April 29, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Personal Beauty !—Among the most valuable attributes of beauty, whether regarded as conducive to manly purity and race of aspect,

Personal Beauty !—Among the most valuable attributes of beauty, whether regarded as conducive to manly purity and race of aspect,

or as auxiliary to fetninino loveliness, a beautiful set of teeth must ever rank among the most important elements of a favourable personal appearance. The embellishment and preservation of the teeth and gams have therefore ever been regarded with peculiar interest, and among th
March 4, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Pin Making.—The pin machine in Waterbury (Con necticut) turns out two barrels of pins per day, each barre containing 4,000,000

Pin Making.—The pin machine in Waterbury (Con necticut) turns out two barrels of pins per day, each barre containing 4,000,000

of pins. The machine small, and of novel yet simple construction. The wire is run into it from a reel, cut and made into a complete pin. The pins fall into a hopper, and, as they pass out, they are arranged, stuck into papers, and packed, all by machinery. The process is attende
April 29, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland