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Just over a year later, a digital version of the newspaper was launched.
Historical copies of the Dundee Courier, dating back to 1844, are available to search and view in digitised form at The British Newspaper Archive.
Although Mr Johnson insisted he did not want an election, he warned Tory rebels last night he will call one on October 14 if they vote to wreck his Brexit plans today, and MPs such as Philip Hammond, David Gauke and Rory Stewart would be barred from standing.
But, in a challenge to the PM, Mr Hammond (pictured left), who is MP for Runnymede and Weybridge, was reselected by executive members of the Conservative Association at a private meeting last night.
The family, bottom from left to right: Amy-Lee, Wynand de Jager, Jayden de Jager and Angeline de Jager.
In a dramatic statement to the nation from Downing Street (pictured middle), the PM upped the ante by warning no more negotiations will be possible if MPs 'chop the legs out' from Britain's position in a crucial vote today.
Amy-Lee de Jager (top) was grabbed from her mother Angeline de Jager at around 7.40am on Monday morning outside a primary school near Johannesburg.
The youngster, who is the daughter of F1 powerboat racer Wynand de Jager (centre, left) was with her mother and her five-year-old brother.
However the PM's hardline strategy has touched a nerve, with rebel leaders accusing Mr Johnson of using the election to try and 'purge' opponents of No Deal - with up to 20 Tory MPs, poised to join opposition MPs today to try to force Mr Johnson to delay Brexit.
And last night Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions Secretary, who has been a leading opponent of No Deal, told him not to take such a 'dramatic' step of kicking out Tory MPs and instead try to 'hold our party together'.