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POTATOE MARKET.

POTATOE MARKET.

SotTTirwAHK, Waterside, December 25.—The weather during the past week lias been similar to that of several of the preceding—the supply continues to be moderate—the demand lor the best samples from all countries is great, and especially for the reds, which have gone off freely at
02 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICE MANURE TO BE LET. There will be exposed to sale, by public roup, within the Town Hall of Dundee,

POLICE MANURE TO BE LET. There will be exposed to sale, by public roup, within the Town Hall of Dundee,

on Friday the 9th day of February next, at one o'clock afternoon, LEASE for three years from and after the 15th day of May next, of the whole POLICE MANURE vested in the General Commissioners of Police of Dundee, —the Lessee being bound to sweep and cleanse the Streets, Lanes, &
02 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Political Extracts.

Political Extracts.

TIIE MANUFACTURING, MERCANTILE, AND AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS. (From the Morning Post.) Our prevailing systems of manufacturing production and distribution cannot be fairly juJged of, unless the}' are regarded in their true light, a comprehensive conspiracy to defraud the labourers
02 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH A ONCE CELEBRATED CHARACTER. individual died here a short time since, who obtained an unenviable celebrity more than twenty

DEATH A ONCE CELEBRATED CHARACTER. individual died here a short time since, who obtained an unenviable celebrity more than twenty

years ago. This was the Bishop of Clogher, who was indicted for an unnatural crime, committed in St James's, London, in 1822, forfeited bail and fled, was degraded from his ecclesiastical dignity, and has never been heard of till now. He kept house at No. Salisbury Place, under
02 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

DUNDEE. TRADE REPORT. During the past week there has been little passing in business, as is usually the case at this period of the year. Flax, Yarns, and Linens, may bo quoted at same prices formerly. The only arrival from foreign is the " Saucy Jack," with a cargo of fresh Flax
02 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUGALD'S SONG. ( From the Mariners: an Opera.) She'll cam' tae Heelans Lomond flowing,— Whar mists and har mountains in

DUGALD'S SONG. ( From the Mariners: an Opera.) She'll cam' tae Heelans Lomond flowing,— Whar mists and har mountains in

solitudes lie* An* whar tae braw, red-lippet heather growing* An' cataracts foam as tae cam' frae tae sky. She'll herdit her sheep frae nicht till tae morning, A* day she'll pu* slaes an' tae blaeberry too, Nor thocht her o* pride nor tae ways o' adorning, But tuelcit her sneesh
02 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Attack Rats. —On Monday, as Samuel Brier ey, servant to Messrs Reyner, of Ashton, was engaged in remov ing

An Attack Rats. —On Monday, as Samuel Brier ey, servant to Messrs Reyner, of Ashton, was engaged in remov ing

a quantity of dung from behind the stable, he tacked by large number of rats, which, having no meanso escape, made at him simultaneously. Being rather , he succeeded in destroying twelve of tho number by means o the fork which had in his hand. It was with great ' culty he got aw
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Strange Animal.—The Courrier de Lyon gives the following most wonderful story as a rare and singu ins of sympathy

A Strange Animal.—The Courrier de Lyon gives the following most wonderful story as a rare and singu ins of sympathy

between the canine and feline race. e can hardly believe however that our contemporary serious - " An inhabitant of this place has brought up a chien-cliat (a by breed between a dog and cat is, we presume, " lean o The whole of the body covered with hair like tha o a Spaniel. On
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Jjtrt&a. At Schloss-Ering, Bavaria, the seat of the Connt and Countess on the 18th nit., the Hon. Mrs Callander of

Jjtrt&a. At Schloss-Ering, Bavaria, the seat of the Connt and Countess on the 18th nit., the Hon. Mrs Callander of

Craigforth and Ardkinglass, of a daughter. fHarrtagrg. At 33 York Place, Edinburgh, on the Ist inst., Hngh Boyle, Esq. Campbelton, to Jane, eldest daughter of Lieutenant Macgregor, Campbelton. At Trinity Church, Cambridge, on the 2d instant, the Rev. S. V. Kingdon, 8.D., Fellow
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN INDIAN TRAGEDY.

AN INDIAN TRAGEDY.

(From the Rochester Daily Democrat.) Michigan, November 7. The following Indian tragedy is related to me by Mr James Fowle, of this place. It occurred in this vicinity, all the parties being his neighbours :— In the spring of 1837, Nogisqa, an Indian of the Potawatamy tribe, res
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland