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LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Scot.'sl?'VorVl/V-I''''"""T/ 1 livi the ncoiiun Hortli I astern wi i; 5 per cent, las- and ,„"th, cent, against 1J p. rce„t. last year. p Br.4iEf.OWHiK Milu —It this mill, which has stood i lie f„ r ~ „, L ... j once more to set i ni? hy M - ir « Ciln.y, I,i„. dec. I Ins will em
August 24, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shield.—The good old lady has sent to Vulcan have it instantly iron-plated with I good four-inch iron-plate at least. She

Shield.—The good old lady has sent to Vulcan have it instantly iron-plated with I good four-inch iron-plate at least. She

has sufficient sense understand that, if the waves are to be ruled, it will done for the future with an iron ruler England's best shield Iron. You see Britannia is fool iu the main.— 4 Punch.' 'i death of M'Culloch is confirmed. son fell the same battlefield, a true hero and mar
April 11, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS. MANCHESTER, Thursday.—Our market this morning was well attended. Wheat, both English and foreign, was firmly held, and a moderate consumptive demand was experienced at the currency of this day se'nnight. Flour was steady in value, and the enquiry was limited. Oats
November 6, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. MKTETEN NORRIE'S HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS The Largest Selection T*vn or Fikst-Class DINING-ROOM FURNITURK, PARLOUR FURNITURB. DRAWING-ROOM FTRNITITRE,

PUBLIC NOTICES. MKTETEN NORRIE'S HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS The Largest Selection T*vn or Fikst-Class DINING-ROOM FURNITURK, PARLOUR FURNITURB. DRAWING-ROOM FTRNITITRE,

BED-ROOM FURNITURE, HALL AND LOBBY FURNITURE. All Upholstery done on the Premises. An Kxtensire Choice of KIDDER. TAPESTRY, & BRUSSELS CARPETS, DRUGGETS, HEARTH RUGS, SHEEPSKINS, DOOR MATS, FLOORCLOTHS, 4c. FEATHERS DOWNS, of Finest Quality, and at Moderate Pi ices. MATTRESSES P
February 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

(From our Correspondent.) EDINBURGH SHERIFF COURT-HOUSE mating of the County of Edinburgh whi held : TbottM, of presiding. The »'ibject of interest taken up wan the new B!ieriff I' ,r Edinburgh, regarding which it was l l4t tl treasury had for several months • 'i th»-ir approval
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

is expected that the railway from Dingwall to Invergordon will be opened in about six weeks. Sheriff Hunter, of Dumbarton, has pronounced an interlocutor, closing the parish burying ground of Kirkintilloch, but not the Marshall Graveyard. Mr Mollison, writer, Airdrie, was appoin
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUBINKBS INTIKATIOBS. RETURNED FROM THE LONDON, PROVINCIAL, & CONTINENTAL MARKETS. JAMES SPENCE & COMPANY, REFO It M STREET, Have much

BUBINKBS INTIKATIOBS. RETURNED FROM THE LONDON, PROVINCIAL, & CONTINENTAL MARKETS. JAMES SPENCE & COMPANY, REFO It M STREET, Have much

pleasure in intimating the return of MR J. E. ROBERTSON FROM FRANCE AND ENGLAND, WITH A LARGE AND CAREFULLY-SELECTED STOCK OF FOREIGN AND BRITISH MANUFACTURED GOODS. HIS PURCHASES IN PARIS AND LONDON, OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH SILKS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, DRESSES, MERINOES, FURS, BONNETS
November 6, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
yy. Wll «l» Ship Sap.' fcSC-WfflKita; fore Noon in., Mlt c «. on 't miix-manaork manaorh lK » uii'lemUrKt. Jute

yy. Wll «l» Ship Sap.' fcSC-WfflKita; fore Noon in., Mlt c «. on 't miix-manaork manaorh lK » uii'lemUrKt. Jute

»„,i . '•""'Onghly An Unexc-ptlonmbln b r p "»er. Berlr M»n will liher, * pro to-C.X." • Ad.rtwX '' tU - *«■'»
November 6, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

SPREAD OF THE INSURRECTION. A lett r from Lublin of the 10th inst, states that th& insurrection extending itself rapidly iu that Government, and that scarcely day passes without collision between the Russian troops and the insurgents, in which the latter are frequently the conqu
August 20, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS IHTX MATIOITS. AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS WATSON and HENDERSON hare to Intimate Mr Henderson's from the Market* with a

BUSINESS IHTX MATIOITS. AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS WATSON and HENDERSON hare to Intimate Mr Henderson's from the Market* with a

L.r« NKW for Autumn an»l Winter Wear, comprising— MOIRKS, PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS, GROS DE SUEZ. GKOS GRAINS. GLACES, FILLED SHAWLS AND PLAIDS, WOVE SHAWLS AND PLAIDS, QUEENSLAND AND TASMANIA SHAWLS, HIMALAYAN AND FANCY SHAWLS. IRISH POPLINS IN ALL SHADES, WOOL POPLINS AND POPLINE
November 6, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland