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A MYSTERY OF BRUTALITY.

A MYSTERY OF BRUTALITY.

A murder has taken place of a description which seems likely, if not to baffle detection, to render investigation extremely difficult. At the Haigh Colliery, near Wigan, it was necessary, in consequence of the tendency of water to accumulate in the pit, to keep a pumping engine
7 January 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUNDKK KEPORT. Tuudat. The quiet of the holidaya has been aueceeiled by a buoyant market, there having been cormidcrablc animation day in all departments Flax wax in good request, and considerable buaineaii done at firm prices. The feeling is in favour of farther slight advance
7 January 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A CARPING KIRRIEMURIAN ON A "POPULAR LECTURE,"

A CARPING KIRRIEMURIAN ON A "POPULAR LECTURE,"

Sir. notice in your paper of to-day, the inst., a letter by * earring Kirriemurian, on lecture given in the ball of Webster'** Seminary on the evening of the previous Monday, and which there is An expresMion of surprise, that who sent report of it toyourpaptr did not notice the
7 January 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW.

GLASGOW.

(From our Corr spondent.) THE REV. CAIRD'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS. Yesterday afternoon, the Rev. Dr Caird, as Professor Divinity, delivered his inaugural address in the Common Hall of the Glasgow University. The place was filled to overflowing, and the new Professor, who was received
7 January 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A BROUGHTY FERRY STIPEND CASE.

A BROUGHTY FERRY STIPEND CASE.

Circumstances have transpired within the last few days which indicate that, within a short time, changes of very impoitant nature will have taken place in connection with the Established Church congregation here, and regret to hear that the Rev. Mr Lamont, the pastor, has found
7 January 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFAR BANKRUPTCY COURT.

FORFAR BANKRUPTCY COURT.

Before Sheriff Robertson— Tuesday. The Sequestrated Estate of George Sheriff, lati Farmer, Peebles, Letham Orange. There were present —Mr Glassford, of Messrs Kerr Glassford, writ en, Dundee, amenta in the sequestration, and Alex. Crichton. writer, Forfar, for creditors. will he
4 February 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LITE R TURE London Society for February. We cannot notice individually the nineteen different articles, poetry and prose, which make

LITE R TURE London Society for February. We cannot notice individually the nineteen different articles, poetry and prose, which make

up the contents of the present number of this illustrated magazine. At this season, as bound custom, an amusing ar icle on " St Valentine" crops up here, it will do in twenty other periodicals. " Why the Bishop gave Thomson a living" is a well told and graceful story ; and the m
4 February 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

Mr Code, the organist of Salisbury Cathedral, died the other day In his 90th year. Lord Shaftesbury will lay the foundation stone of "Soldier*' Mission Hall," at Aldershot, on the 11th ii stant. A young woman, name Emma Whitehead, aged who had been struck her father, committed s
4 February 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE CHARGE OF WIFE MURDER IN MANCHESTER.

THE CHARGE OF WIFE MURDER IN MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER. On Monday morning. Levi Taylor was charge at the City Police Couit with the wilful murder of hi» wife, Mary Ann Taylor, on Saturday, the Jolly Hatters beer-house, Edge Street, Oak Street this city. The prisoner is youth about years of age Superintendent Gee, of the A
4 February 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

On Saturday, a lad, named John Crawford, while employed in changing hutches at the mouth of an ironstone pit, belonging to Messrs Dunlop & Co., the parish of Govan, lost his balance, and fell down depth of fathoms. He died almost immediately. Narrow Escape.—On Monday afternoon,
4 February 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland