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FASHIONS. F. DICKINSON & CO., UNION Street, /, respectfully solicit the attention of Gentlemen the.r new .styles <*f coats called

FASHIONS. F. DICKINSON & CO., UNION Street, /, respectfully solicit the attention of Gentlemen the.r new .styles <*f coats called

110CHF0RD MORNING COAT, WELLESLEY SHOOTING COAT, AND QULENSBERRY OVER COAT, > Finished in the first sttle, strictly moderate prices. HATS. Their assortment at present is choice. GENTLEMEN'S LINENS. E. F. I). & Co. beg to call particular attention to their large and varied Stock
August 9, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT E. F. DICKINSON & Co., CLOTHIERS, TAILORS, lIATTERS, HOSIERS, SfC., 11 Union Street, Dundee BEG most respectfully

NEW CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT E. F. DICKINSON & Co., CLOTHIERS, TAILORS, lIATTERS, HOSIERS, SfC., 11 Union Street, Dundee BEG most respectfully

to inform the inhabitants of Dundee and vicinity, that they have OPENED the above Premises, with an entirely NEW STOCK of the first quality, comprising EVERY ARTICLE of Gentlemen's Apparel; and they trust, from their moderate charges, and promptitude in the execution of orders,
April 21, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The Emperor left Inspruck the Bth instant, on his return to Vienna and arrived at ienna on the 12th. He was received with the grateful love and unshakeable loyalty of his people." landing, rows of beautiful damsels strewed his path with flowers. Ihe Diet addressed him with loyal
August 23, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FREE KIRK COMMISSION.

FREE KIRK COMMISSION.

The late meeting of the Free Kirk Commission has attracted more notice than it would otherwise have done, by the circumstance that Dr Candlish and the other members <the Edinburgh clique, who have hitherto ruled all matters in the Free Kirk, were left in a minority. The spirit o
August 23, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

A meeting of the Harbour Board was held on Monday. Present—Piovost Bailie Moyes, Messrs Baxter, Hunter, Rough, Easson, Clark, Sturrock, and Thain. Provost Thcms irvthe chair. 'Hie minutes the committee on works were read and approved of. auditor's report. Printed copies the Audi
August 23, 1848 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VX SUMMER FASHIONS. CRIGHTON & STEELE have now received their purchases of FASHIONABLE GOODS FOR THE SEASON", selected very carefully

VX SUMMER FASHIONS. CRIGHTON & STEELE have now received their purchases of FASHIONABLE GOODS FOR THE SEASON", selected very carefully

one of the Partners; and they feel confident that variety, quality, and novelty, their Stock will not be surpassed. Every department is well assorted with all the newest articles for the Summer. They particularly call attention to the following PRINTED DE LAINES, CACHMERES, COBU
May 20, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
At Forfar, on the 11 th instant, Mrs Yeaman, of son. At 16 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, on the 13th

At Forfar, on the 11 th instant, Mrs Yeaman, of son. At 16 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, on the 13th

instant, Mrs A. Melville Bell, of a son. , At Caputh Manse, on the 12th inst., Mrs Wilson, Ofason. At Invereiglity House, on the 13th inst., Mrs Aynswor > • On the 4th inst., in Hyde Park Gardens, London, the Hon. Mrs Arthur Kinnaird, of a daughter. At St John's Chapel, Invernes
May 20, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MARRIAGE AND REDOSTRATION BILLS

MARRIAGE AND REDOSTRATION BILLS

We are glad to see that the important counties of Scotland are concurring with the rest of the intelligent community in condemning these bills. At Forfar, on Friday last, the County Meeting,at which Lord Panmure and other leading Whigs were present, was unanimous in its expressi
May 4, 1847 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Road Across the Isthmus of Panama.—A West Indian correspondent of the Times states that surveys have been made, and particulars

Road Across the Isthmus of Panama.—A West Indian correspondent of the Times states that surveys have been made, and particulars

reported to the West Indian Steam Navigation Company, with the view of forming a communication, by means of a good macadamised road, from Porto Bello, in the Gulf of Mexico, to Panama, on the Pacific Ocean. The distance is ascertained to not more than fifty-five miles, and there
July 8, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received anonymous letter from a Correspondent signed " A Pedestrian," for insertion in the Courier ;

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received anonymous letter from a Correspondent signed " A Pedestrian," for insertion in the Courier ;

but on making inquiry at the proper quarter, we understand that the evil which he complains is merely temporary, and has existed longer than was anticipatel from accidental circumstances. Every care will taken to remove the cause of complaint with the least possible delay.
July 8, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland