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WANTED, MASTER and MATRON" for the Dundee Royal Orphan Institution. A man and his wife without family will be preferred.

WANTED, MASTER and MATRON" for the Dundee Royal Orphan Institution. A man and his wife without family will be preferred.

They must reside in the Orphan House, and take the entire charge of the Establishment, under the superintendence of the Directors. The Master be capable giving instruction in the ordinary branches of education ; and the Matron to attend to the girls, and instruct them in sewing,
February 13, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Political Extracts.

Political Extracts.

(From the Perthshire Courier.) The exertions the League Deputation and its friends, in course of the present tour of agitation Scotland, have at last roused the agricultural party to sense of the necessity of corresponding efforts. A large public meeting of the landowners and fa
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO THE FARMERS OF FIFE. Gentlemen, —On return home yesterday, after a short absence, received the Fife Herald, with an

TO THE FARMERS OF FIFE. Gentlemen, —On return home yesterday, after a short absence, received the Fife Herald, with an

account of the proceedings at Cupar of the National Anti-Corn Law League. Had known of this meeting, I should have been present at it, although, probably, I should have met with the same fate as Mr Barclay; for he who contends with a fencing-master at his own trade, or a prize-f
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
England.

England.

Windsor, Friday.—The Queen and Prince Albert walked this morning in the precincts of the Castle. Viscount Canning has arrived at the Castle on visit to her Majesty. Court.—We understand that instructions have been received at Buckingham Palace, for the state and private apartmen
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

IRISH STATE TRIALS. SIXTH DAY.—SATURDAY. The Judges took their seats the Bench precisely at ten o'clock this morning, at which hour Mr O'Connell and the other traversers were present. The first witness called was John Jackson, who was examined by Mr Brewster. He stated that he w
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Church.

The Church.

(From the Scotch Reformers' 1 Gazette.) The " Free" Candlemas Dividend.—Notwithstanding of all their fine free bombastic statements to turn the heads of simple people ; notwithstanding of their incessant and clamorous demands for money— money—to the " Free" Sustentation Funds; n
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Th???? AiNrvG.—-You are quite aware that your toil wet. anil your climate is wet and I sure that you all

Th???? AiNrvG.—-You are quite aware that your toil wet. anil your climate is wet and I sure that you all

must have seen tbat wherever there is a piece of land drier than another, you find it fertile soil. That dryness has been affected, in some measure, by nature; but art should follow up what nature has pointed out as advantageous. If we would proceed so—if would actively set to w
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

HARBOUR TRUSTEES.

A meeting the Harbour Board was held yesterday. Present: Provost Lawson; Bailies Anderson and llean, and Dean of Guild Thorns ; Messrs Sturrock, Brown, Low, Martin, Murray, Kennedy, Harris, D. Baxter, and Neish. Minutes of the Committee on Docks and Pilotage were read. ' The Com
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE.

MONTROSE.

Sheriff Small Debt Court.—On Friday last, a Small Debt Sheriff Court was held here, the presiding judge being John Irving Henderson, Esq., Sheriff-Substitute, Dundee. There wero a number of eases, but none of any moment, if we except one at a Mrs William Smith's instance against
January 30, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland