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OASTLER LIBERTY FUND.

OASTLER LIBERTY FUND.

MR FERRAND AT SHEFFIELD —COMPLETE DEFEAT OF THE ANTI-CORN LAW LEAGUE gARTY. On Friday evening a numerous and most enthusiastic meeting of the inhabitants of this town took place the Town Hall, for the purpose of supporting the movement now in view for obtaining the liberty of Mr
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE BISHOP OF CLOCHER IN GLASGOW.

THE LATE BISHOP OF CLOCHER IN GLASGOW.

ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. It may astonish some of our readers to learn, but the fact nevertheless true, that this notorious character, whose death is recorded in our last, was the same individual that was extensively known in Glasgow, and particularly on the south side of the rive
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MESSRS MATHEW and DICK have much pleasure in announcing, that they have made arrangements with Mr JOHNSTONE, 8.A., of Merton

MESSRS MATHEW and DICK have much pleasure in announcing, that they have made arrangements with Mr JOHNSTONE, 8.A., of Merton

College, Oxford, for CONDUCTING the CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT in TAY SQUARE SEMINARY and they hope that this appointment will meet with the approbation of their Employers. Johnstone OPENED his public CLASSES for Greek, Latin, and French, on Monday the Bth current. Dundee, January 4,
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

DUNDEE SHIPPING LIST. January 2.— It'inds, a.m., W.N.W.—p.m., F.Af.H'. Arrived—Betsy and Noll, Galloway, Wemyss, coals ; Comet, Rodger, and Wellington, Anderson, Clackmannan, coals. Sailed—Jane, Elder, Charlestown, ballast; Esperanee, Duff, and Stirling, Burn, Newcastle, ballast
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE GREAT CHESS MATCH.

THE GREAT CHESS MATCH.

(From Galignam s Messenger.) We have received during the course of this memorable contest number of letters demanding information on various points relative to the play. Some of our correspondents have asked most strange questions, and to such we think it unnecessary to reply to
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

Dundee Prices Current—Jannary 8. FLAX. £ j. £ s. £ S. £ s. Arch.Otborny .39 o@4o Riga RT 28 28 10 Crown, 36 0- 37 Memel,4 Brand3l 10 -32 0 Do.4th Sort, ..33 0 -— Neust. No. 1 ~..27 0 - Petersb. hd. 0-— 0 Konigsberg.do.26 0- — 0 Do. 9do 30 0- 31 C Crown I'odolia,33 0-— 0 Do. 6 do
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
 
MEIGLE.

MEIGLE.

New A ear's Ball.—On the evening of Wednesday last* t'le annual festival and ball connected with our new year re* j >icings, came off here, in the Inn of Mr Thomas Keay. Dancing commenced at half-past six, and was kept up with great spirit to the rich music of the Alyth Band til
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE WARDER AND THE SESSION CLERK OF LIFE.

THE WARDER AND THE SESSION CLERK OF LIFE.

We have received a letter from Mr Dickson containing sundry animadversions on the publication of his letters and the silly remarks with which they were accompanied, in last week's Warder. We think the affair scarcely worth adverting to. The Session Clerk of Liff, may be premised
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IMMENSE ARRIVALS OP NEW AND SPLENDID CHINA, CRYSTAL, IRONSTONE, EARTHENWARE, &c., AT THE ALBION HOUSE, 54 Overgate, Dundee. G& W.

IMMENSE ARRIVALS OP NEW AND SPLENDID CHINA, CRYSTAL, IRONSTONE, EARTHENWARE, &c., AT THE ALBION HOUSE, 54 Overgate, Dundee. G& W.

ADAMS respectfully intimate to their nume• rous Customers and the Public, that they have now got to hand nearly all their recent Purchases the manufacturing districts of England, which are now ready for public inspection—comprising an elegant variety of Dinner, Dessert, Breakfas
09 January 1844 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland