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THE PEACE MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK.

THE PEACE MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK.

The following is the chief portion of the article of the New York Herald, published* on the 13th inst., advocating a six months' armistice and the appointment of Federal commissions to proceed to Richmond with a view to arranging conditions of peace:— '* In the present state of
September 1, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Fideral TuDiuin fob thi N«oeo.—A letter fiom New Orleans, which has been received in Liverpool by a highly respectable mercantile

Fideral TuDiuin fob thi N«oeo.—A letter fiom New Orleans, which has been received in Liverpool by a highly respectable mercantile

house, states that in the late battle in whioh the negro regiments suffered so severely, the poor fellows won pushed on the front at the point of Federal bayonets. The Confederates, it ii also said, reserved their flro till the unhappy negroes were almnst close the gnn», which w
July 13, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS. TO THOSE FURNISHING. \fETHVEN hare pleaore In inti. iJ-i. mating thmt their Hhow-Roora. contain

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS. TO THOSE FURNISHING. \fETHVEN hare pleaore In inti. iJ-i. mating thmt their Hhow-Roora. contain

the DMiKTis thene Haperior Bert«t«sda, and are earef-il keep ini Stock only the productions of the best Manufacturer*, while their price* will he found quite aa low frequently charged for very inferior Bedstead* are now being largely used, being elegant appearance, promotlre of
July 13, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE SEASON. EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS FOR TEN DAYS. SALE TO COMMENCE MONDAY FIRST, THE 4TH

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE SEASON. EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS FOR TEN DAYS. SALE TO COMMENCE MONDAY FIRST, THE 4TH

JULY. Henderson Brothers, EMBRACE the present opportunity of thankiDg their numerous Friends and Customers for the very liberal patronage ascorded them this Season, and to intimate that they will offer on MONDAY FIKST, the whole of their remaining Stock of SUMMER GOODS, IN RICH
July 2, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS

LATEST NEWS

Morning. [By Telegraph.3 AMERICA. The German Lloyds s.s. Ransa, from New York -an the 27tli ult., arrived at Southampton yesterday. She brings 126 passengers for Southampton and Bremen, and bags mails for London, ax(1300 dols. for Bremen. >'Gn the day of her departure, the Hansa
September 9, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

(From Tuesday's 4 Edinburgh Gazette.') BQUBSTR TXONB. Francis Wilson, grocer and spirit merchant Church Street, Inverness. Creditors meet in the Union Hotel, Inverness, on Thursday. April, eleven o'clock. John Henderson, innkeeper. Scrabster. near Thurso, in the county of Caithn
March 26, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
business intimations. j NOTICE. J°High to S em 3 V n<i Druggist, 68 the Goodwill of his blls Disposed James

business intimations. j NOTICE. J°High to S em 3 V n<i Druggist, 68 the Goodwill of his blls Disposed James

Hard.e, ll, Stoc > Trade to Ilardxe; and he now returns hi« {J? and generally his sincere thank for nd the P ublic which he has been favoured during f U PP >rt with The long experience Mr " h years, known care and attention will bp * «,,«! ' an<i "well that the business will con
September 9, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SALES BY AUCTION. TO FAMILIES. SALE OF TEA, BUTTER, HAMS, SOAP, &a ARTHUR HARRIS, Auctioneer, will Sell, in his Hall,

SALES BY AUCTION. TO FAMILIES. SALE OF TEA, BUTTER, HAMS, SOAP, &a ARTHUR HARRIS, Auctioneer, will Sell, in his Hall,

on Saturday First, at Twelve Noon, Consignment of GROCERY and PROVISION GOODS above, including about 200 lb*, of TEA, of Excellent Quality, which will be gold in Lots. EXTENSIVE SALE OF CLOTHS, DRAPERY, HABERDASHERY, MILLINERY, HOSIERY, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, &c., BEING THE WHOLE B
September 9, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

Mr Scott Russell is looking out for a site the Tees wh«re can commence the construction of iron vessels ou a large scale. At the Hull Police Court, on Tuesday, George Harding, residing at the Hesslo Road, was fined L.200, the full penalty oidered by the Act for keeping illicit s
October 1, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALLEGED MURDER AND ROBBERY IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

ALLEGED MURDER AND ROBBERY IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

FURTHER PARTICULARS. Liverpool, Monday Night.—A telegram received here from Rugby at ten o'clock to-night states that a man had been robbed, murdered, and thrown out of the train before reaching Rugby. The police officers met the train at Liverpool, and stopped four sailors and
November 23, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland