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DUNDEE POLICE COMMISSION.

DUNDEE POLICE COMMISSION.

A meeting of the Dundee Police Commission was held yesterday in the Town Hall. There were present —Bailies Ower, Halley, and Scott; Dean of Guild Kennedy ; Treasurer Foggie; Messrs Cooper, Greig, Kickard, Hay, Nicoll, Hollo, Ritchie, O'Farrell, Butchart, Hean, Allan, Melville, a
26 February 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CONFEDERATE SEAMEN CHARGED WITH PIRACY.

CONFEDERATE SEAMEN CHARGED WITH PIRACY.

At the Liverpool Police Court, on Wednesday, Warren Quinsey, Wilson, and G. P. M Murdoch, alias- Kelly, both seamen, were charged with piracy. No evidence was offered, and the prisoners were remanded. We understand, however, that the following are the facts of the case :—About t
26 February 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS WINCEYS. WATSON & HENDERSON have reciveed a very Large Stock of the best ABERDEEN WINCEYS. WOOL AND GALA

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS WINCEYS. WATSON & HENDERSON have reciveed a very Large Stock of the best ABERDEEN WINCEYS. WOOL AND GALA

TARTANS. High Street, Dundee. PIANOFORTE TUNING, &c. PATERSON & SONS beg to intimate that their Wylie, Tuner, &c, to the Queen, will be Dundee his usual quarterly visit, on Wednesday, 10th September. All orders for TUNING, HIRE, or SALE of PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS. Sic., left wit
09 September 1862 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE CATTLE MARKET.

THE CATTLE MARKET.

That persons appointed to look after the welfare of a large town should take it into their heads that a Cattle Market was a useless piece of accommodation, would excite surprise in any other town but Dundee. We are all so much accustomed to hear extraordinary speeches, and extra
23 April 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Courier and Argus.

The Courier and Argus.

FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1863. In the House of Lords last night, Earl Russell communicated to the House the substance of communication which he had received from Lord Lyons. Mr Seward had iuformed him that the American Government had resolved to send the Peterhoff before a Prize Court. Th
01 May 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTER TO THE EDITOR. DAVID BAILLIE'S BANKRUPTCY. 13 Baltic Street, Dundee, April 30th, 1863. Sib, —In your report Davitl BailbVs

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. DAVID BAILLIE'S BANKRUPTCY. 13 Baltic Street, Dundee, April 30th, 1863. Sib, —In your report Davitl BailbVs

examination in to-day's paper, we observe that the bankrupt has said that the soap supplied him by in January 1863, was sold bv Sir Harris, auctioneer, on the day ho granted trust deed, being, at least, a lapse of nine weeks from the date of its delivery. In contradiction to thi
01 May 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

In the case of Liability of Railway Companies for damage, before Sheriff Robertson on Tuesday, and on Wednesday, the agents were —for North British Railway, Mr Wood, Edinburgh; for Scottish North-Eastem, W. Kerr; for pursuer, Mr Hendry. Tueft of Yarn.—At the Police Court, on Thu
01 May 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SHIPPING.

DUNDEE SHIPPING.

GOODS ENTERED AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE YESTERDAY. Imposts Foreign. Rover (British ship), Leslie, from Riga, 4 16-50 loads firewood, 2 spars 18 feet—Fytfe & Machan. Rooftrce (British ship), Wright, from Konig>berg, quarte *s oats, 50 quarters wheat—A. H. Brown. Mazeppa (Norwegian ship
26 May 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

IMPORTATIONS. FLAX, For the Month ending 31st Dec. FLAX, For the 12 Months ending 31st Dec. n)rps»prf and Undressed) and Tow or ; (Dressed and Undressed) and Tow or 1862 1863 Codilla of Flax 1861 1862 1863 , _ Tons. Cwt. Tons. Cwt. Tons. Cwt. Tons. Cwt. Tons. Cwt. Tons. Cwt. Fro
26 February 1864 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. CRINOLINES T A 8, THF LARGEST STOCK IN DUNDEE, J. c RAIG'B, 7 MURRAYGATE. HOSIERY, GLOVES, NETS, BUCKLES,

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. CRINOLINES T A 8, THF LARGEST STOCK IN DUNDEE, J. c RAIG'B, 7 MURRAYGATE. HOSIERY, GLOVES, NETS, BUCKLES,

BELTS, BABIES' HOODS, UMBRELLAS, ALBUMS AND FANCY GOODS, FOR PRESENTS, ALL VERY CHEAP. BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS. TO THOSE FURNISHING. METHVEN & NORRIE have pleasure in intimating thit their Show-Rooms contain the Newest Designs these Superior Bedsteads, and are caref keep in Sto
26 May 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland