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THE FINEST TEAS V Imported into this country are sold at DICKINSON'S TEA ESTABLISHMENT, 9 UNION STREET. The prices recommended

THE FINEST TEAS V Imported into this country are sold at DICKINSON'S TEA ESTABLISHMENT, 9 UNION STREET. The prices recommended

to be paid are 3s 8d per lb., 4s per lb., 4s 6d per lb., and 5s per lb. finer mixture of Teas than that at 5s cannot be had at any price. COFFEE. All who prize a delicious cup of really fine COFFEE are invited to purchase at this Warehouse. The new duties came into operation on
December 31, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENUINE SCOTCH MIXED CONFECTIONS, , in Plain and Fancy Gold Packages and Boxes. Nelson's Patent Gelatine Lozenges, reduced in price,

GENUINE SCOTCH MIXED CONFECTIONS, , in Plain and Fancy Gold Packages and Boxes. Nelson's Patent Gelatine Lozenges, reduced in price,

Will be found particularly refreshing and nourishing. fresh supply of FRENCH PINK AND CRYSTALLIZED JUJUBES, SANDEMAN'S, No. 101 Murraygate, Dundee,. GAME AND RABBIT WARREN TO LET. A/ To Let, VItETTY Extensive RABBIT WARREN, on the Estate of Pitskelly, belonging to David Hunter,
September 10, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Miscellaneous. A Valuable Dog.—The Sydney Herald contains an advertisment for the sale of a dog, trained to take the entire

Miscellaneous. A Valuable Dog.—The Sydney Herald contains an advertisment for the sale of a dog, trained to take the entire

charge of 2000 sheep. The advertiser warrants him to perform faithfully the duties of shepherd, take the flock out at sunrise, and bring them safe home sunset; and to look well after the lambs. He is al*o said to good night " watchman." A Pbimitive People and a Primitive Poor La
September 10, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Price of llritisli Stocks Friday. Bank Stock, Long Ann 3 y Cent Cons.... 98j \ India Bonds, —. Consols for

Price of llritisli Stocks Friday. Bank Stock, Long Ann 3 y Cent Cons.... 98j \ India Bonds, —. Consols for

Acct.. 98j India Stock,. ... 280 2 3 ip- Cent Red Ex. Bills, lsd,.. 74 76 PRICE OF SCOTTISH STOCKS. Dundee, September 9. PAID PER RANKS. SHARK. DIVIDENDS. PRICK. Dundee Bank £300 0 10 per cent. £380 0 Western Bank of Scotland 50 0 0 ... 77 10 Eastern Bank of Scotland, 15 0 3 ...
September 10, 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

Monday, June 1. The Assembly met to day at eleven o'clock. CASE OF Ml! DANIEL MUNItO. The Report of the Committee on the Royal Bounty was taken up. It related chiefly to the case of Daniel Munro, who had heen licensed l»v the Presbytery of Abertarflf. and appointed. with the san
June 9, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Political Extracts.

Political Extracts.

(From the Morning Post.) One the most distinguished and widely-circulated oF the Paris newspapers says that, after the speechea of M. Thiers and M. Guizot on the address, "the Chamber separated under the sad and profound impression that with more firmness (on the part of the Fre
January 28, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON.

PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON.

Prince Louis Napoleon, on arriving in London, addressed the following letter to the Editor of the Journal de la Somme dear M. desire to see my father once more in this world made me attempt the boldest enterprise I ever engaged in. It required more resolution and courage on part
June 9, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scotland.

Scotland.

Letter from Louis Philippe.—At a meeting of the Town Council of Edinburgh on Tuesday last, the Lord Provost said that he had in his possession one of the most important documents ever it was his lot to submit to the Town Council, —namely a letter from Louis Philippe, in reply to
June 9, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
33trtb^. At Dalachy, Aberdour, Fife, on the 30th ult., Mrs ningham, of a son. At Howmuir, on the 31st ult.,

33trtb^. At Dalachy, Aberdour, Fife, on the 30th ult., Mrs ningham, of a son. At Howmuir, on the 31st ult.,

Mrs Ker, of a daughter. At Ballechin House, Perthshire, on the ith curt,, the Lady of Captain R. Scott, of a son. iJßarrtaarg. At South House, Fifeshire, on the 2d inst., Alex. Gray Edington, tsq., of Phoenix House, Glasgow, to Chris* tiana Mary, eldest daughter of Charles Shirr
June 9, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
and after the First of June, DAILY NEWS, LONDON MORNING NEWSPAPER, AT twopence halfpepjny. of the Nineteenth Century. Not to

and after the First of June, DAILY NEWS, LONDON MORNING NEWSPAPER, AT twopence halfpepjny. of the Nineteenth Century. Not to

speak of the moral and political safeguards small capitalist is pn'ahi ces whatever their varieties of fortune, on level as to information. By its means onlv the trices Without the d' 1' contend successfully against his wealthy rival for a knowledge of those changes which affect
June 9, 1846 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland