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The report of the engineer to the London Board & the new metropolitan railway schemes, f farming e - The

The report of the engineer to the London Board & the new metropolitan railway schemes, f farming e - The

capital required to carry them wit is seventy millions. The projectors pro- among other things, to cut up most of the London arks, to cross the Thames eleven times, to run two lines under the Thames Tunnel, and to destroy sewers.
March 4, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
railway time tables. Corrected for March. Dundee and Newtyle—Up Tbaisb. i, , !»•«• p.m. p.m. p.m. DUNDEE leave; 15 11

railway time tables. Corrected for March. Dundee and Newtyle—Up Tbaisb. i, , !»•«• p.m. p.m. p.m. DUNDEE leave; 15 11

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March 4, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
; ' l — a -I.h :-■ I ---•■ •■-' Tb* Temps baa now on its staff of writers MM.

; ' l — a -I.h :-■ I ---•■ •■-' Tb* Temps baa now on its staff of writers MM.

i Oddest Barret, Louis Blanc, Jules Simon, and Eugene Pelletan. ?? . The Memorial Diplomatique says the Emperor of Austria will not go to Carlsbad this year, bnt to Gastein, "where he will meet the King- of Prussia en the 15th July. Serious Ca_sb 15 Leith. —On Monday night, a se
July 7, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONETARY & COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY & COMMERCIAL.

Saturday Evening. the London Stock Exchange to-day the market for Government Securities opened dull, at a decline. Foreign Stocks showed no change. Railways were neglected, and are, if anything, the turn easier. Banks were much the same as Friday. In Miscellaneous, Mobiliers wer
June 18, 1866 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. WATSON & HENDERSON beg to announce Mr Hrnderson's Return from the Markets with a

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. WATSON & HENDERSON beg to announce Mr Hrnderson's Return from the Markets with a

Large and Varied Choice of NEW GOODS for the SPRING and SUMMER SEASONS, comprising:— BRITISH and FOREIGN SILKS, BLACK SATINS, MOIRES, GLACIES, GRO-GRAINS, &c. BRITISH FOREIGN WOVE SHAWLS & PLAIDS, NORWICH SHAWLS and PLAIDS, BLACK EMBROIDERED SHAWLS and PLAIDS, CASHMERE and LAMA
April 26, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO LET. LET, OFFICE of Two Rooms, at 31 Reform Street. Apply to Edward Si Robertson, Architects. TO LET, THAT

TO LET. LET, OFFICE of Two Rooms, at 31 Reform Street. Apply to Edward Si Robertson, Architects. TO LET, THAT

SHOP, No. 23 Castle Street, presently occupied by Mr D. B. Nivm an Office and Warehonae. Apply to David Shbpherd. Meadowside. TO LET, With Entry Whitsunday, TWO FLATS, in No. 31 Reform Street. Apply to Littlejohn & Gourlay, 10 Reform Street. 6th April. 1864. TO LET, New HOUSE at
April 26, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
*. THE NORTH.

*. THE NORTH.

Sir George Dunbar, Bart, of Hempriggs, arrived at Wick per steamer on Saturday. Farmers iv Caithness are still complaining very much of the extreme drought. Major Macleay, of Keiss, went south per mail on Friday, ou his way to Harro wgate, whence he re- turns next month to Keiss
July 7, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
' The Lord Ciia.ni .f.li.orshtp. It is sometimes 'very dangerous to a man to lie too useful. If it Im.

' The Lord Ciia.ni .f.li.orshtp. It is sometimes 'very dangerous to a man to lie too useful. If it Im.

true, as reported, that Lord Cranworth is to succeed Lord Westbury, Sir Ronndell Palmer is punished for the ability and the character which make it so nearly impossible to replace him. The Whipj an: in an mid position as regards their lawyers. Even it" the Solicitor-. ieneral co
July 7, 1865 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LOOK-OUT ON THE CLYDE.

THE LOOK-OUT ON THE CLYDE.

Another crowded meeting trades' Friday evening BeU committee was, we understand, appo apart, and bring before tlie meeting resold ions for their approval, but what thev ee d- have not learned, as t 1 i were private Some notion, however, ot tlie future course of events may be for
June 18, 1866 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.

From Friday's 'Edinburgh Gazette.') sequestrations. John Purdie, lately tenant of the Portland Arms Hotel Troon, and presently residing in South Portland Street* Glasgow. Creditors meet in the King's Arms Hotel, Ayr* Saturday, June, at 12 o'clock. Turner it Grahim, manufacturers
June 18, 1866 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland