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AN AVOWAL.

AN AVOWAL.

"We have at last open confession that the Government engaged iu giving up the right of search. It cornea from a source, the authority of which is hardly to be disputed. The person who makes it is a member of the Government, and occupies a peculiar position the link connecting th
February 13, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Cotton Growing Algkria.—lt appears that the cotton planters in Algeria have this year produced 1,220,000 kilogrammes of raw cotton, which,

Cotton Growing Algkria.—lt appears that the cotton planters in Algeria have this year produced 1,220,000 kilogrammes of raw cotton, which,

when dressed, will, is said, give 270,000 kilogrammes of the pure article, fit for the manufacturer. According to the calculations of the Relief Committee sitting at Rouen, one kilogramme of raw cotton spun and converted into cloth is equivalent to four kilogrammes of bread for
December 25, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTST^ THOS. LOW & SON, WATCH AND JEWELLER, AND PERFUMERS, 28 HIGH STREET. DUNDEE,

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTST^ THOS. LOW & SON, WATCH AND JEWELLER, AND PERFUMERS, 28 HIGH STREET. DUNDEE,

ESPECTFtJLLY announce that their STOCK J-V is present very complete in every description of 1 suitable fo • Christmas and New Vear Gifts. Gold and Silver Watches. Ormolu, Gilt, Marble, and Porcelain Clocks all styles. The Stock of Jewellery and PI >te is very select, and of the
December 25, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE PLAWSWORTH MURDER

THE PLAWSWORTH MURDER

THE PLA WS WORTH MURDER At the Durham Assizes, held ou Tuesday, a pitman, named Cox, and his wife, were sentenced to death for the murder of an old woman at Broadmires, near Chester-le-Street, in August last. The female convict bavin- been found by a jury of matrons to be in a st
December 11, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Extraordinary Discovery.—The operations for the conveyance of the water from Springhead to Stoneferry have now fairly got into operation under

Extraordinary Discovery.—The operations for the conveyance of the water from Springhead to Stoneferry have now fairly got into operation under

the superintendence of Mr Dale, the engineer. Ab)ut yards of the trench have already been made, and in digging at the depth of about 10ft. from the surface a boat has bsen discovered lying right across the trench. The boat of oak, and is evidently a Roman relic, and must have be
February 13, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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DEATH OF MR ROBERT FLEMING, x MERCHANT, DUNDEE. It is but a few weeks since we had to report the

DEATH OF MR ROBERT FLEMING, x MERCHANT, DUNDEE. It is but a few weeks since we had to report the

death of one of the oldest of our Cowgate merchants, and it is now our painful duty to announce that another gentleman, who for many years carried on an extensive business in the Cowgate, has passed away from the scene of his busy labours, and will be seen there no more. Mr Flem
June 14, 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FEARFUL BOILER EXPLOSION AT ARBROATH.

FEARFUL BOILER EXPLOSION AT ARBROATH.

THREE LIVES LOST. An accident of a very serious nature, in far that it has been attended with loss of life in least one case, and serious, if not fatal injuries in others, took i Uce at Arbroath yesterday morning—a 6team boiler having exploded, whereby young girl about 14 years
October 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Large Robbery from a Liverpool Firm.—A clerk in a Liverpool house, named Samuel E. Parker Hey, wn« sent to the

Large Robbery from a Liverpool Firm.—A clerk in a Liverpool house, named Samuel E. Parker Hey, wn« sent to the

bank the other day with L.2500, and has not since been heard of. The money was in bank notes. The police have issued a reward of L.lOO. lie is about twenty, five feet eight inches high, and bus light brown hair. Increase is the Emigration from Liverpool. From the quarterly aud m
October 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATION 6. L A E S , blankets, plaidings, LAST YEAR'S PRICES JOHN J. DEAS, 99 MURRAYGATE, Shop East

BUSINESS INTIMATION 6. L A E S , blankets, plaidings, LAST YEAR'S PRICES JOHN J. DEAS, 99 MURRAYGATE, Shop East

prom Hor.sk Wtsb,) pEELING assured that Wools would Rise in Pries > cled ' tarl in Season, for the above at LAST YEAR PRICES. ' Notimthstanding the Great Advance, is giving hit Customers the fall advantage of his Early Purchases. Buy Quickly and Reap the Benefit. JOHN M'COLL, TA
October 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. FURTHER REDUCTION PRICES TO EFFECT A FINAL CLEARANCE OF E I D' S BANKRUPT STOCK, Previous to FIRST

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. FURTHER REDUCTION PRICES TO EFFECT A FINAL CLEARANCE OF E I D' S BANKRUPT STOCK, Previous to FIRST

JULY. A. W. M E N Z I E S, (Late & Hunter), 3 REFORM STREET, BEGS to announce a still further REDUCTION OF PRICES, to effect Final Clearance of STOCK previous to the above date ; and, in order to make the Sale more worthy attention, the Residue of the Stock of the late Firm, tog
June 18, 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland