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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE

... state that no pension will revert to the Government through the death of Tytler, the historian. By the last arrangement of the Civil List, the Government has no power to exceed the annual sum set apart for pensions, on account of the demise of any the recipients ...

THE DUNDEE ADVERTISER TUESDAY, JANUARY 8. Every one has begun to admit that some great change must very soon be

... much in the expenses of her government and in the maintenance of her quarrels; and, in the event of her annexation to the United States, she will quite independent of British assistance. But it is urged that it is otherwise with many of our Colonies,—that ...

MR O'SULLIVAN ON IRISH DISTRESS

... meeting; but for all that, we repeat, they are better and truer than any which have fallen, as yet, from Protectionist or United Irishman, from Orangeman or Repealer. Their value, too, is enhanced when we consider the quarter from which they come. preacher ...

The New Commission for the Exhibition Industry.—The Gazette of Friday contains a notification, dated Whitehall, ..

... Society for the time being, Thomas Baring, Thomas Bailey, Richard Cobden, William Calet, or the President of the Institution of Civil Engineers for the time being, Charles Castlate, Thomas Field, Thomas Gibson, John Gott, Samuel Lloyd, Philip Pursey, and William ...

England

... state that no pension will revert to the Government through the death of Tytler, the historian. By the last arrangement of the Civil List, the Government has no power exceed the annual sum set apart for pensions, on account of the demise of any of the recipients ...

Published: Wednesday 09 January 1850
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2289 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

... By stroke of his Imperial pen, the Emperor has converted the Alexander Lyceum aud the School for Jurisprudence, both them Civil Institutions, into Military School*. The professors are henceforth to be officers, as vacancies occur, and are to be appointed ...

SCOTLAND

... SCOTLAND. Missions of the United Presbyterian Church.—On Wednesday night extraordinary meetiwuiT aid of the Home and Foreign Missions United Presbyterian Church was held the Smsic Hall, which was nearly filled by a respewible assemblage. James Young, ...

CAUTION. White and Fairehild's Patent Concentrated Turkey Coffee. Packed in One and Two Pound Canisters, and ..

... drink Coffee as regular beverage. Observe the names on the YVrapper— WHITE AND FAIRCHILD, Patentees and Licensors for the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands and the Colonies. Sold, Wholesale and Reail, by WIK. PATERSON, Jan., No. 1 UNION STREET, DUNDEE ...

Published: Wednesday 16 January 1850
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1837 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE DUNDEE ADVERTISER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. We presume the agricultural meetings are now nearly at an end. They ..

... as a quantity of blood issued therefrom. Mr Baird, the manager, was sent for, and appeared much affected. Finlay was a very civil and obliging person, and w ell liked on the line. He has left a widow but no family. Dundee Savings Bank.—The annual meeting ...

THE SUNDAY MAIL QUESTION IN AMERICA

... object seems to require further elucidation of the subject. And, as the opposers of Sunday mails disclaim all intention to unite and S t.ate, the committee do not feel disposed impugn their motives; and whatever maybe advanced in opposition to the measure ...

PROGRESS OF CHLOROFORM

... report, drawn up committee of their most distinguished members, strongly in favour of its employment. The medical men of the United States are the habit meeting once a-year, like our British Association for tho Advaacement Science, order to promote the knowledge ...

NATIONAL EDUCATION

... enacting that the teacher shall be subject to the cognizance ol Presbyteries without the liberty of appeal to any other court —civil or ecclesiastical. 8. The patronage is vested in the hands of men who, however respectable, cannot expected, from their want ...