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ATTEMPTED POISONING BY A LADY.

ATTEMPTED POISONING BY A LADY.

On Monday morning at the Gravesend Police Sarah Ann Andrews, wife of a survey! r, was chafed on remand with attempting to murdtr her daughter, a child twelve months old. She was further charaed with taking poison with intent to destroy her life. C. E. Hatten (of the firm of Mess
July 6, 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN UNHAPPY WIFE'S MASQUERADE.

AN UNHAPPY WIFE'S MASQUERADE.

The following story comes from Cincinnati.: —A strange and yet not altogether uncommon phase of life was revealed recently at the Union Depot. Officer Sullivan had occasion to be- at the station when the morning Lake Shore train arrived, and was informed Detective Kavanagh that
August 13, 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST AN ABERDEEN CLERK.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST AN ABERDEEN CLERK.

Thomas Coleman, a clerk in the employment o£ Messrs J, & Davidson, coal merchants, Aberdeen, wart apprehended Saturday night in Hamilton, on & charge ofj embezzling some £500 from his masters.
February 3, 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTHSHIRE AND FORFARSHIRE CO-OPERATIVE CONFERENCE.

PERTHSHIRE AND FORFARSHIRE CO-OPERATIVE CONFERENCE.

The quarterly conference amongst delegates from the co-operative societies of these counties was held in the Guild Hall, Perth, on Saturday. There was very large attendance of delegates proper, as well as from distant places like Rutherglen, Glasgow, fee. Amongst the bodies repr
September 21, 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A TRAIN.

THE ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A TRAIN.

The detectives returned on Friday from the neighbourhood of Watford, and have reported that no more definite clue than already announced has been obtained as to the perpetrators of the outrage. The story about the two men who secluded themselves in an inn has been investigated,
September 21, 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Englishman Shot Torks.—To-day a young Englishman of good family will probably be sho'«» ftfter trial, "Court-mar tial. was caught attempt

Englishman Shot Torks.—To-day a young Englishman of good family will probably be sho'«» ftfter trial, "Court-mar tial. was caught attempt

Ing to the line 3 with plans of Turkish fortresses, arid death will be Lis reward. is very painful; the poor lad has been very indiscreet —Daily News' Correspondent. Printers Afloat.—Three printers went np 0 s yesterday. They caught . nei V' . w being blind in the off eye, and i
August 6, 1877 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ROMANCE OF THE SEA

THE ROMANCE OF THE SEA

No. XLVIIL NAVARINO. THE WAR OF GREEK INDEPENDENCE—TURKISH ATROCITIES THE MOREA —INTERFERENCE ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND RUSSIA —ADMIRAL CODRINGTON PERFIDY OF IBRAHIM PASHA —THE HOSTILE FLEETS IX THE HARBOUR OF NAVARINO —THE SPARK FALLS —A FOUR HOURS' CANNONADE —TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF T
January 8, 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sudden Death. —Yesterday morning Ann Lrdrd, mill worker, residing Scouriugburn, was found dead in bed. She was in her usual

Sudden Death. —Yesterday morning Ann Lrdrd, mill worker, residing Scouriugburn, was found dead in bed. She was in her usual

health previous night. She was years of age. Alleged Indecent Assault. —In the Police Court yeuterclay—beforo Bailie Laiug—Alexander labourer, Liff Road, Lochee, was remitted to the Sheriff charged with committing indecent assault on the person of young woman Sharp's Lano, Loche
September 21, 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LONDON RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

THE LONDON RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

The adjourned inquest on the five victims of the railway accident was resumed yesterday, before Mr Wm. Carter, Coroner for East Surrey. Mr Wm. Gardiner, assistant traffic superintendent of the South-Western Railway, who was travelling in the train to which the accident occurred,
September 21, 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION.

PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION.

On Saturday night a meeting was held in St James's H»U, London, under the auspices of the Patriotic Association. Earl of Charlemont pre l ed, ' said that the meeting was held protest what took place in December, 1876, with the object of encouraging Russ a in her attack Turkey. E
March 29, 1880 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland