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    General Index, D, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    Du Maistre. Dempsey , Aonora, (n e Brown), widow, petition of James, husband of Aonora, outlaw and mortgagee Den of Morphie . See Allan, J. Denham , John, of St. Andrews, Holborn, affidavit of Denis , Denys, , his memorial Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, A, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    Allan, Edward, a trustee for the new E. I. Co. James, ensign in the Coldstream Guards John, in Den of Morphie, grant of escheat to Patrick, mortgagee Allen alias Anguish, Richard, deputy lieutenant for Suffolk Allies , the, Spanish succession Subscribers-only content British History Online

    William III, June 1698, 01 June 1698-30 June 1698

    Edinburgh [ ibid . ] ; of the escheat of Robert Graham of Morphie to John Allan in Den of Morphie. [ Ibid. p . 571. ] June 8. Kensington. Docket of the warrant for a charter of the third Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    BRUTAL MCROEII BY TWO BOYS. fj'jus,Tlinrs<'.ay.- The police yesterday arrested pijsans i iitfia!:?>, 16 and 17 years of age respec - Pffr, for tlie murder of an old woman (78), who __.': .low over a small geueral shop which Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MONETARY & COMMERCIAL. London, Tuesday Evening. There were do bullion operations at the Bank. Money much wanted to-day. Short loans fully up to 3 per cent. Discount sub- ject to any rise in the Bank rate on Thursday. Silver, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE LONDON OFFICE of the DUNDEE I COURIER .(■ A ROUS is at 146 Fleet' £._„_.-, where Advei tisenients will be received and j jjlff of '.lie Taper may be ceon. ] ■ TO ADVKRTISEKS. \pVKRTISERS who desire -Mint Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    F___NCE AND MADAGASCAR. According to a Router* Paris telegram, tho Minister of Marine has received a despatch from Roar-Admiral Galiber, the French naval com- mander in Malagasy waters, which wo* brought by th* despatch vessel Boursaint to Zanzibar and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I GOLF. Broughtt CLUB.- A competition for the Kirk I Medal and other prizes took place on Saturday. F. A. Begs, with 86, won the medal and scratch prixe. W. Sim, with 89-2 below- gained tbe Bret average prize. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DTJNDEE SHERIFF CRIMINAL COURT Monday- Before Sheriff Chetke. A First Fiet Sheriff Criminal Court was held in Dundee to-day- Sheriff Cheyne on the bench- wben tbe following cases came np : - Alleged Theft and Reset op Theft. George Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MONETARY & COMMERCIAJL. rr Thursday Evening. The Bank rate is unchanged, notwithstanding _ie fact that in the discount market the rate has experienced a considerable decline. The Bank of Eng-ttn-i Returns this week (which we append) reveal some interesting Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr Hyslop Bell, of Darlington, has reprinted Lord Derby's speech, and supplies it at the rate of 6s 6d per thousand copies. It is said that Mr Bell has been the means of distributing 250,000 copies. i ii.A.i«in without Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TO ADVERTISEBS. THE MOST WIDELY CIRCULATED AS WELL AS THB OLDEST DAILY PAPER nr Dundee rs THE COURIER AND ARGUS. QHEAP PREPAIT) ADVERTISEMENTS. Jin r ££!?£?F*r\ "•**•*? not more tksm 18 words, SLrttr^T^-^ e i l Xf U '^ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GOLF Matches at St Andrews.- Yesterday, Mr A. Tait, getting a third from A. Kirkcaldy, lost a round by 4 and -to play. Mr Hull gave Mr Harding a third, and lost the tir»t round by 1. but won Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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