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—Nt.PUBERAL OB THE LATB LADY AUGUSTA.„GORDON HALLYBURTON.

—Nt.PUBERAL OB THE LATB LADY AUGUSTA.„GORDON HALLYBURTON.

— N t PUBERAL OB THE LATB LADY AUGUSTA „G ORDON HALLYBURTON. The above funeral took place at Dun on Friday, at the old churchyard of Dun. It had been sup- posed after it had become known that Dan had been selected as a final resting-place, that the family vault would have heen ch
December 16, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CATTLE MARKETS. ~~

CATTLE MARKETS. ~~

LONDON. Mo>t>ay. -Beasts, 5720; sheen and lambs, 32,410; calves, 324 i pigs, 420. Beef, 3s to 5s Gd ; mutton, 3s 8d to 7s ; veal, 3s to 6s ; pork, 3s to 4s lOd. Arrivals- -Dutch beasts, ottO, do. sheep, 18,220; do. carves, 315; do? pigs, 30. Spanish beasts, 39; Scotch, 43; Engli
September 26, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Courier and Argus.

The Courier and Argus.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1864. The City of Baltimore, with New York dates to the loth instant, passed Cape Clear yesterday at 10 a.m. Her news are quite unimportant. It is stated that the Federal Commissioners in Holstein are about to convoke the Estates of that Duchy. The staff o
January 27, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOLERATION AND ETERNAL PUNISHMENT.

TOLERATION AND ETERNAL PUNISHMENT.

The French correspondent of the Timet the other day gave us an account of the sermons of Father Hyacinthe, and quoted some eloquent phrases about toleration and the rights of conscience. Roman Catholics arc much in the habit of using these phrases at present, and Protestants mus
January 22, 1866 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KNOW THYBRLFI The '•RAI oist MARIF ami useful <lelin«ation* of character from the handwriting indies iu*K atyle peculiarly her their

KNOW THYBRLFI The '•RAI oist MARIF ami useful <lelin«ation* of character from the handwriting indies iu*K atyle peculiarly her their

own those friend. a!«»uld semi apecitueu writing. stating sex. age, >uj.- Ac., with 14 uncut penny I envelope, >UklK Iluse, Una**)! Square, London, W.C., when they will rrvetre a .f detail the talent*. rirtue*, failing*, Ac., writer, with other prerit»«<v un-n*,#. U. aut caicu'a
December 24, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONETARY k COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY k COMMERCIAL.

B -NK OF ENGLAND RETI RNS. ?? last Night *<*^«««<-) U accouat ?? to the Act t tb i and Bth , ?? 12. f"i the week ending >. ednesd-y, Victoria, cap. *. ■ •• _ rcL 22, 1865. ?? -—■ ISSUi ?? ?? ?? Got. rauu-m debt,-. 11, 015.1 00 N ••«■■* ■""" ' Ottotr tMcuriUw, t,_H,t_Q Gold Coin
March 24, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
< 'H-N MARKETS.

< 'H-N MARKETS.

M. Tucßi-DAY. — There \a- a short and loth English an.l American '■ ■ . .i.-arer. Barley, (id to ls .ts rathe, dearer. Beans and" peas held • ' b jier -ir. I s«AV. English wheat in an i generally held for an ad- l.ut m tht* sales elfected this -was ..ly for the choicest samples.
March 24, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Stye IBmifce Courier & Uranus.

Stye IBmifce Courier & Uranus.

Price One Pesxj (PUBLISHED DAILY.) DUNDEE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1862. SO 28MQ REGISTERED FOR "' d TRANSMISSION ABROAD
September 16, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Corrected for October. -Dundee and Ncwtvle —Up Trains q p niTvnrr a " m ' - P-

RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Corrected for October. -Dundee and Ncwtvle —Up Trains q p niTvnrr a " m ' - P-

m P- m - P-H. DUNDEE leave 8 15 1150 4 15 7 ! ,r ff 82512 2p ... 425 15! Camperdown ... 12 6 ... 4as 720 ... EC 10 433 .. "i 83912 17 ... 440 731 .. . Baldragon 84312 22 ... 445 736 Dronly 29 412 ... 743 ... Auchterhouse 34 4 18 1 • 7 4s! . NEWTYLE ...arrive 91012 50 435 8 4 1 A
October 19, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DYSART.

DYSART.

Young Man Drowned.—Ou Sunday morning, little after eight o'clocic, the of young ma* was discovered in the Trinket, or entrance the dock. He was respectably dressed, and had a watoh in his pocket, which had come to a stand at few miuutes past seven also about 10s in silver money,
March 4, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland