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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

THE MONEY MARKET. London, Monday Evening. Consols closed at P2jj ; shares steady. Railways—Americans no change ; Canadians dull. French and other Foreign Stocks dull. CLOSING PRICES. Consols for Money, } London and South Do. _Account,... } Western 101 } Exc. Bills, large 2 dis.
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

CORN MARKET. LONDON, Monday.—Supply generally of inferior quality ; reduction of 1* to 2s would have been accepted ; foreign neglected. Malting barley brought last week's quotations ; grinding rather cheaper. Beans and pease unaltered. Oats Gd lower. Flour Gd decline. BELFAST PO
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

Flax—The markets generally were well supplied during the week. The largest were Cootehill, Ballybay, Magliera, and Rathfriland, in which the quantity varied from tons to 115 tous. Prices ranged from 7s to 10s fid per stone for milled, and from Gs 8s for handscutched. Demand cont
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. HELP TO THE NEEDY, Dundee, 2d March, 1863. Sir,—Might I be permitted to enquire, through

: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. HELP TO THE NEEDY, Dundee, 2d March, 1863. Sir,—Might I be permitted to enquire, through

your a columns, what was the sum realised at the Circus, on the evening of the 19th February, for the Lifeboat Ine j stitutioD ? justice to the Messrs Pinder as public men, and to the individuals who patronised the Circus that occasion, the Treasurer the Local Branch ought to -
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROFESSOR AYTOUN'S NUPTIAL ODE ON THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.

PROFESSOR AYTOUN'S NUPTIAL ODE ON THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.

PROFESSOR AYTOUN'S NUPTIAL ODE THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. PRINCE OF WALES. Professor Aytoun's ode was published on Saturday It would be unfair to print it, extenso, a newspaper ; and the occasion one when a critical examination of the poetry would be out of place. So, w
March 3, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

is expected that the railway from Dingwall to Invergordon will be opened in about six weeks. Sheriff Hunter, of Dumbarton, has pronounced an interlocutor, closing the parish burying ground of Kirkintilloch, but not the Marshall Graveyard. Mr Mollison, writer, Airdrie, was appoin
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

LONDON GRAIN MARKET. Monday, Jan. 19. The arrivals are moderate of English wheat, and liberal of foreign wheat. For good qualities of English full price* were paid, and we had a retail demand for foreign wheat at last week's prices. Floor sells slowly, late rates. Malting barley
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
otic* of Birth must h« to within Twenty-one day* after its within Three days after its celebration; and of a

otic* of Birth must h« to within Twenty-one day* after its within Three days after its celebration; and of a

Heat within Eight days after the event.—Along with the registration a Birth the 'late the marriage of the parent* must given. BIRTHS. At Cowgate, Dundee, the Inst , Mr* John Hat* ton. of a eon. At Matthew's Land, Jamaica Street. Maxwelltown. Dundee, the 19th inat.,the wife Mr Wi
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
1 c NOT I C E S». DUNDEE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS ,, ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ..f the I the t**i»r>THi Will

1 c NOT I C E S». DUNDEE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS ,, ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ..f the I the t**i»r>THi Will

•>' hall H»u. the V..V Tth On* clock Afternoon. 11 ' 1..110 Ki*Jii'*r> 111 the Chair. i-, pit wnwi, W K. B>*tkr. Kjkj., P.. ami ' .... ..ipaotwl Address tha Meeting All who (aal , r.«l«.l tin' Institution are In.ited to attend. DAVID KWINO, Secy, ponder. l«th Jannary, I9W. MONET
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS ANNUAL SALE. »Xames Si'ence & Company's ANNUAL 8 ALE COMMENCED YESTERDAY, AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TWO WEEKS. 20,

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS ANNUAL SALE. »Xames Si'ence & Company's ANNUAL 8 ALE COMMENCED YESTERDAY, AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TWO WEEKS. 20,

22, & 24 REFORM STREET. FRENCH AND ENGLISH STAY WAREHOUSE A. W. MENZIKS' Stock of French and English WOVE STAYS is, without exception, the Largest, Cheapest, and Best Assorted in Dundee. REFORM STREET. FAMILY BREAD. TAMES YOUNG, Confectioner, is now Baking, and can Deliver to Fa
January 21, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland