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THE INTERDICT IN THE DODDS KEITH BANKRUPTCY CASE.

THE INTERDICT IN THE DODDS KEITH BANKRUPTCY CASE.

The debate in this case was resumed before Lord Barcaple on Thursday morning, when Mr Clark was heard for the trustee against the interdict. Ho commenced by narrating the circumstancrs out of which the case arose, quoting from the depositions of the witnesses examined in the seq
July 10, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRRIEMUIR.

KIRRIEMUIR.

Scarcity of Olt-Door Labour, &c.—Many of our townsmen who work out of doors at draining and such like operations have this summer been compelled to change their usual avocations. Since Whitsunday many of our street men have been weaving. That latter branch of industry is extreme
July 10, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIRTHS. At 27 West Port, Dundee, on the 4th inst., th° «ifj Henry Kennedy, tailor, a daughter. Place ' on

BIRTHS. At 27 West Port, Dundee, on the 4th inst., th° «ifj Henry Kennedy, tailor, a daughter. Place ' on

the (th iLstant, Mr* William Wedderspoon, of a daughter. At Kinloch, near Melgle, en the oth infant, the wife MrCarrer, architect, of a son. At Huurah Calcutta, on the 2»th May, the wife of Robert Bird, K»q., M.D., of a son. MARRIAGES. At Edinburgh, on the ath mat., the Very Rev
July 10, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHEAP ADVERTISING. OHORT ADVERTISEMENTS for Situations, as O Clerks, Servants, Ac. ; Houses Wanted or To Let ; and similar

CHEAP ADVERTISING. OHORT ADVERTISEMENTS for Situations, as O Clerks, Servants, Ac. ; Houses Wanted or To Let ; and similar

announcements, are inserted in the * Dundee Courier and Argus' and 'Norther Warder,' or Dundee Courier and Argus' and ' Weekly $ews,' the 'ow late of 3d a-line, Then prepaid. DINNEFORD'S pure fluid magnesia has been, during twenty-fire years, emphatically sanctioned by the Medic
July 10, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE POPE, THE ITALIANS, AND THE POLES.

THE POPE, THE ITALIANS, AND THE POLES.

Ix the Chamber of Deputies at TuriD, the other dav, Baron Ricasoli, the Piedmontese Prime Minister, referring to the " Roman question," told his hearers that perhaps at that moment their destinies were being decided. The Marquis asked for an explanation of the sentence, which se
January 18, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SHIPPING.

DUNDEE SHIPPING.

Arrival. May 27—iliscliief, Ellis, Carnarvon, slates. Departures. May 27—Cairngorm, Baird, Sunderland, ballast. Union, do. do. John Robertson, Mitchell, Archangel, do. Dalhousie, (s.s.) Glenny, Newcastle, goods. Thomas, Haddon, Seaham, ballast. Wolfgang, Archangel, do. Tay, Gibb
May 28, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE NEW PARISH CEMETERY.

DUNDEE NEW PARISH CEMETERY.

A meeting of Council as a Parochial Board was held in the Town Hall yesterday afternoon—Provost Parker in the chair. There were also present—Bailies Ower, Halley, Yeaman, and Scott; Messrs Foggie, W. Nicoll, T. Nicoll, D. Nicoll, Burns, Greig, James, Hean, Neave, and D. Cooper.
May 28, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PAROCHIAL BOARD.

PAROCHIAL BOARD.

In another column will be found the report of tke Committee to the Pariah meeting, to be held this day. We observe that the provisions of Mr Baxter's Bill are appointed to be discussed at a special meeting fixed for Monday the 12th inst. might be expected from the backward state
August 8, 1861 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. GREAT SALE OF BANKRUPT STOCK, AT 37 REFORM STREET, COMMENCING ON THURSDAY FIRST. LEX. W. MENZIES begs respectfully

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. GREAT SALE OF BANKRUPT STOCK, AT 37 REFORM STREET, COMMENCING ON THURSDAY FIRST. LEX. W. MENZIES begs respectfully

to intimate the Purchase (from the Trustee) of the WHOLE STOCK belonging to the Sequestrated Estate J as. M. Reid, Draper, Overgate, Dundee. The Stock, which Fresh and well Selected, having been purchased for a Family Trade, consists of General DRAPERY GOODS, HOSIERY, and SMALL
May 19, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INVERNESS SHEEP AND WOOL FAIR.

INVERNESS SHEEP AND WOOL FAIR.

This fair was held last Saturday. The ' Courier' says: The attendance of sellers and buyers in every department appeared be much the same as in former years— rather less than greater. The market, however, though stiff at first has been a very good one for sheep—better, mdettd, t
July 16, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland