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UKATH OF ROBERT LYALL, Esq., LATE If ACTOR ON THE SOUTHESK ESTATES. oar obituary of to-day is recorded the death

UKATH OF ROBERT LYALL, Esq., LATE If ACTOR ON THE SOUTHESK ESTATES. oar obituary of to-day is recorded the death

of Lyall, Esq., the late respected factor on the ;v»ftfcesk estate*, which took place Tuesday morula lafet, at where, since retiring from active life, W» resided with his daughter, Mrs David Lvall. Hr Lyall was born at Carcary in November, 177#, of farm he became the tenant in e
January 17, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
business intimations. CLEARING SALE cabinet furmtur eTupholstepy d GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ' ' T« & Smith's i, annual SALE "

business intimations. CLEARING SALE cabinet furmtur eTupholstepy d GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ' ' T« & Smith's i, annual SALE "

OF DINING ROOM FURNITURE DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE PARLOUR FURNITURE LOBBY FURNITURE CARPETS AND UPHOLSTERY, ' CTOSES ON FRIDAY FIRST. Furniture Bought will be Stored Free of Charge till Required. T. & A. SMITH, CABINETMAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, 43 NETHERGATE & 8 VICTORIA SQUARE, Oppos
April 20, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SHIPPING.

DUNDEE SHIPPING.

Arrivals. Sept- 4.—May, Ritchie, Sunderland, coals. Constance, Cragg, Quebec, timber. Stewarts, Stewart, Wemyss, coals. June, Halmstrom, Croustadt, flax. Departures. Sept- 4. —Britannia, Cargill, St Davids, ballast. John and Ann, Robertson, London, flooring. MaxwelL Well, ballas
September 5, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE REVENUE RETURNS.

THE REVENUE RETURNS.

(From Yesterday's 'Times.') As we have frequently had observe before, the British Treasury has marvellous power of surviving both the blows of adversity and the not less destructive loppings of liberal finance. the Quarter's Customs there is a decrease of L.100,000. This neat ro
April 2, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

At the late sale of the effects of Mdle. Anna Deslions, of the demi-monde, the famous necklace, formed of 600 pearls, was knocked down for 79,500fr. The jewellery alone brought upwards of 300,0C0fr. It stated that Mrs Windham and one of her sisters are at present in Barcelona, a
April 2, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

Considering the success of President Lincoln's proclamation, the ' New York World ' advises him to issue a proclamation abolishing the Alabama. The French Minister of Public Works has opened credits for repairing the damage done by the late heavy gales in the ports Calais and Bo
January 22, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROPERTY FOR SALE; TO SELL OR LET, " DWELLING HOUSE and Somervh.le I'LACK, presently occu- r Frasf.r. The House consists

PROPERTY FOR SALE; TO SELL OR LET, " DWELLING HOUSE and Somervh.le I'LACK, presently occu- r Frasf.r. The House consists

of Three &c die Four Bed-Rooms, Kitchen, Washing-House, Apply at 26 Dock Street. DWELLING HOUSE AT BACKMUIR, LIFF. To be Sold, by Public Roup, •within the Chambers of J. & J. Hunter, Writers, Dundee, on Friday 12th Feb.; at iwo o clock p.m., T' HAT DWELLING HOUSE of Apartments r
January 29, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. "DIA AGUS AR DUTHAICH." GRAND HIGHLAND CONCERT. T„ «T NON-COMMISSIONED HE E ®^' mbebs f the ioth FORFAROFFICERS

PUBLIC NOTICES. "DIA AGUS AR DUTHAICH." GRAND HIGHLAND CONCERT. T„ «T NON-COMMISSIONED HE E ®^' mbebs f the ioth FORFAROFFICERS

and VOLUNTEER CORPS, SHIRE HIGH LAN . concert in the On the Evening of o \TURD\Y, 12th NOVEMBER Current, On which occasion they are to have theassistance of AMATEUR GLEE PARTY, and other Vocalists, A PARTY OF PRIZE HIGHLAND DANCERS, THE DUNDEE QUADRILLE BAND. Doors open at S.ven
November 5, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS. MANCHESTER, Thursday.—The market this nornning was thinly attended, and the proceedings were of an ordinary character. Wheat held with more firmness, but the demand was limited. Flour was scaroely enquired for, aud must quoted to Is per sack lower. Oats and oatmea
December 25, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

ne embrasures of Antwerp are (says a Paris letter) protected an iron roofing, which is so constructed as to make the balls fly off. Hamburg letter states that the first vessel with the Siamese flag, a white elephant on a red ground, erer seen there, has just entered that port. T
April 14, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland