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THE EARL OF DURHAM & THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL.

THE EARL OF DURHAM & THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL.

Anxious, at all times, do justice to all men, we subjoin a second Letter from Mr. Chalmers, the late master of Lord Durham's Yacht, accompanied by affidavit sworn at Falmouth, and prefaced by statement in the name of the Earl of Durham (we quote from his Lordship's advertisement
15 February 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE LET, With immediate Possession, WTIAREIIOUSE, situate in Pandon, Forty Four Feet by about Sixteen, and Twelve Feet high,

TO BE LET, With immediate Possession, WTIAREIIOUSE, situate in Pandon, Forty Four Feet by about Sixteen, and Twelve Feet high,

lately occupied by Mr. Ridley. Also TO BE "LET. and Entered upon on the 2nd Feb. next, a DWELLING-HOUSE, containing Six Rooms, situate Atkinson's Court, No. 59, Newgate- Street, with the Garden behind the Same, and Stable in the adjoining Yard, now occupied by Mr. Hebbron. A TWO
17 December 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
M. Dedel the new Dutch Plenipotentiary is arrived; ved ; but he scarcely knows for what he is come. b

M. Dedel the new Dutch Plenipotentiary is arrived; ved ; but he scarcely knows for what he is come. b

«?ars new instructions, it appears; he is not authorised to concede an iota. And we err very much in °ur calculations if the game of " passive resistance" played so perseveringly the King" of Holland will hot be found quite as effective as what is termed the passive resistance o
16 March 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Ministers have for the present patched their quarrels; but they must be renewed, because incongruity and union are opposite

The Ministers have for the present patched their quarrels; but they must be renewed, because incongruity and union are opposite

in their nature. Lord Grey complains that all his colleagues take a delight in tantalizing him. There is some truth in this. Lor.l Brougham is a wng; he moreover hates Lord Durham, and sets a very low value upon the Premier's capabilities the ruler of a great empire; though he i
16 March 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UILDING GROUND.—FOR SALE, AJ about THIRTY ACRES of GROUND, sitaated at the Westgate, Newcastle, laid out for the Erection of

UILDING GROUND.—FOR SALE, AJ about THIRTY ACRES of GROUND, sitaated at the Westgate, Newcastle, laid out for the Erection of

Buildings various Descriptions, the principal Streets of which will form Communications between Scotswooil Road, Westgate, and tattle .M arket. Plans may seen at Mr. Geo. Ax uerson's, Westgate-Street and at the Office of Mr. Dohsox, Architect, Newcastle—Jan. Ifith, 183& BE SOLD
16 March 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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UNIVERSITY & CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY & CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

PREFERMENTS. The Rev. H. J. Todd, of Settrington, has been appointed, his Grace the Archbishop, the Archdeaconry of Cleveland, void the resignation, account of ill-health, the Rev. L. Vernon. The Rev. James Deacon has been instituted to the vicarage of South M'alsham, St. .Mary,
3 November 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RICHARDSON & COXON, LINEN DRAPERS, SILK MERCERS, §c. No. 27, Mosjley-Street, "OESPECTFULLY announce to their Friends and the Public, thatthev

RICHARDSON & COXON, LINEN DRAPERS, SILK MERCERS, §c. No. 27, Mosjley-Street, "OESPECTFULLY announce to their Friends and the Public, thatthev

have just returned from the Leeds, Manchester, and London Markets, where have made very extensive Purchases every Description of GOODS adapted to the Season, consisting of Three-fourths and Six-fourths English Merinos, of every new Colour Six-Fourths French Do. and Indianas beau
3 November 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HEXHAM FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

HEXHAM FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

The annual exhibition of flowers, fruits, and vegetables, by the members the Hexham Floral and Horticultural Society, took place on Wednesday last, at Hexham, in spacious pavilion erected in the yard behind the White Hart Inn. There were about seven hundred and thirty articles s
16 September 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Irish Tithe Bill, with its Appropriation Tail, was once more debated in the Commons on the last Monday, and

The Irish Tithe Bill, with its Appropriation Tail, was once more debated in the Commons on the last Monday, and

finally carried majority of twentysix. The ministerial phalanx is, therefore, melting away, and has already retrograded from thirty-nine, far on its downward course to zero. This will excite no surprise among those who are the least skilled in the signs of the times, for it has
9 July 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Colonel De Lacy Evans, Commander of Brigade j of some thousands of Troops formed out of the sweepings of London

Colonel De Lacy Evans, Commander of Brigade j of some thousands of Troops formed out of the sweepings of London

and other prisons, the pay and I service of her Majesty the Q_ueen Regent Spain, has, it would appear, undertaken the functions the King of Great Britain also, by subjecting to the penalty death all "British subjects who shall be ; found fighting in the ranks" of Don Carlos; whi
9 July 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England