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The Case ot Alleged Violatioh and Poisoning near —This case, which excited a good deal of interest, and was for

The Case ot Alleged Violatioh and Poisoning near —This case, which excited a good deal of interest, and was for

two or three months general topic of conversation, has, by order of the Crown, been abandoned, and Dr Courtenay has, of course, been released from his recogniaanoes.— ' Northern Whig.' Death or a Female through Smoking.—A female aged 86, residing at Shoreditch, managed on Monday
May 15, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANNUAL U. P. SYNODICAL MISSIONARY MEETING.

ANNUAL U. P. SYNODICAL MISSIONARY MEETING.

„T'' , annual Synodictil missionary meeting of the United Presbyterian Church was held on Wednesday night the Hall-the Kev. Mr Young, Moderator of the Synod, presiding. The hall was well filled. missions. The Kev. Mr M'Oill the report on Homo Missions for the year ending May 186
May 15, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
' Bell's Life ' acknowledges the receipt of L.lO, on the part of Wylie, Glasgow, to make a match draughts

' Bell's Life ' acknowledges the receipt of L.lO, on the part of Wylie, Glasgow, to make a match draughts

with the champion, Martin, of London, for L.lOO a-side. Collision is Leith Harbour.—On Wednesday forenoon, the brig Caledonia, of Montrose, i a ballast, while proceeding sea, from the Old Dock, Leith, and being towed by a steam-tug, accidentally came in coUisioo with the Hall st
May 15, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PKICES SHARES. DUNDEE, MAT 14, 1863. Paid p«r Share. Description of Stock. RAILWAYS. Arbroath and Forfar Caledonian Do. Preference -

PKICES SHARES. DUNDEE, MAT 14, 1863. Paid p«r Share. Description of Stock. RAILWAYS. Arbroath and Forfar Caledonian Do. Preference -

Deeside - Dundee Arbroath Do. (New Stock) No. 3 Do. First-class Preference Do. do. Quarters Do. 5 per ct. Preference - Do. Stir. Mid. Purchase Preference - Guaranteed - Guaranteed - Preference - Do. Preference - ireat North of Scotlau Do. Preference - Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do.
May 15, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
No article for the million has pleased ssore than the Pure Sweets Messrs Schooling & Co. The quality is excellent—they

No article for the million has pleased ssore than the Pure Sweets Messrs Schooling & Co. The quality is excellent—they

are elegant, eloan, and wholesome, and yet only One Penny per Ounce. The prize medal was justly awarded them. Mork clues of Couohs, Colds, Hoahsrnfjw, Pulmonic Waff.uh.—From Mr James Froud, Chemist, Dorchester, Ist October, know one family in particular, and 1 doubt there are ma
March 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SHIPPING.

DUNDEE SHIPPING.

ARRIVALS. Mar. 20.—Union, Will, Sunderland, coals. Sovereign, Cobb, do., do. Burns, do., do. Pilot, Yule, do., do. Scotia, Bui*, London, goods. Emerald, Smith, Sunderland, coals. DEPARTURES. Mar. 30. —Retriever, Smellie, Quebec, ballast. Berbice, Keddy, South Terry, light. GOODS
March 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Courier and Argus.

The Courier and Argus.

All commnnieationi intended for ioMrtion in the Courier and Argut, or relating to the literary department of the paper, should be "the Editor." SATURDAY, MARCH 21. 1863. The House of Lords sat fifteen minutes last 1 night. There was business of the slightest interest. In the Hou
March 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHAT IS INSANITY?

WHAT IS INSANITY?

Investigations as to sanity and insanity have for some miada an irresistible attraction, we might say for most minds, for almost every person, before whom the subject is brought, takes an interest in it; and the inference is, that if it were pressed upon the attention of those w
March 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUR POLICE.

OUR POLICE.

Thosb who were present at the inspection of the police force Culonel Kinlqch yesterday, need not be told that Dundee 3 efficient con* stabulary a3 any town in the kingdom. The men are tall, strong fellows, most of them young or the prime of life, eminently fit for their work, an
March 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUNDEE TRADE REPORT. ' < Fbidat. The tone of the market was flrraer to-day, and the improvement visible on Tkd ay has been I \ quite maintained since. There is* a moderate inquiry for Flax, andpince last report several sales have been made. To-day there is little change ; the de
March 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland