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MANCHESTER, Thursday, May 16.

MANCHESTER, Thursday, May 16.

E R Y» Sto afst Ugly Buck— t. freely to ssatßunning Rein 1 agst freely to 1 «*»t auld aquire 15 1 Orlando to 1 lonian 15 to 1 Leander to 1 Campsnero 18 to 1 Bay Morons—taken 40 to Hgst Qui Tan) to 1 agst M to 1 agst Col. Peel's lot OAKS. to 1 agst Sister Martingale I 1 agst Barr
18 May 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LONDON PRODUCE MARKETS,

THE LONDON PRODUCE MARKETS,

Tiilrsday Evening. Th« sales were few to-day, and presented important feature. Sugar.— Tbe West Indian market has been and the business has amounted 120 hhds. No public sales of East India. Coffee.—"Hit public sales. A f;iir business has been done at for good ordinary. Cotton —l
18 May 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
j EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS, AT\'o GREY-STREET,NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, THE BANK OF ENGLAND,) B a CONSIGNMENT of DRAPERY GfK)DS, that must be Cleared Off

j EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS, AT\'o GREY-STREET,NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, THE BANK OF ENGLAND,) B a CONSIGNMENT of DRAPERY GfK)DS, that must be Cleared Off

without Reserve, consisting A VARIETY OF SCOTCH AND WOOLLEN SHAWLS, PRINT DRESSES AND DE LAINES. COUNTERPANES, AND BLANKETS, CARPETS, HEARTH RUGS, AND MATTS, WOOLLEN CLOTHS, TROUSERINGS, & VESTINGS, SCARFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, STOCKS, , „c. &c. &c. Purchasers with Ready Aloney will f
18 May 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. In this town, in Oxford-street, the 12th inst. the wife of Robert Nichols n, hsq. of a daughter. Eldon-street,

BIRTHS. In this town, in Oxford-street, the 12th inst. the wife of Robert Nichols n, hsq. of a daughter. Eldon-street,

on the inst. Airs. George Christiansen, a daughter. At North Shields, on the 15th hist, the wife of William Barnard Ciarke, Esq. M.I), son. At Harraby. near Carlisle, the 15th inst. the wife of Joseph Atkinson, Esq. of a daughter. At Little Rectory. Bedlordshire, the 15th inst.
18 May 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTY OF NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE.

COUNTY OF NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE.

SATURDAY— BEFORE MR. JUSTICE PARKE We last week gave Mr. Baron Bolland's charge to the Grand Jury who commenced their duties on Saturday morning. The for murder, against Isabella fiiddlemas was ignored, and a true bill found against her for the minor offence of concealing the bi
11 August 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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We have at length glimpse of leal cause which retards the " settlement" the M ~,-,t tion. It relates to

We have at length glimpse of leal cause which retards the " settlement" the M ~,-,t tion. It relates to

the Duchy the Germanic Confederation refuse «»■ notwithstanding this, the blame flung England, and Belgium upon the King o *t I and the Whig Journalists expatiate, i | terms, on the "old man's obstinacy,intatu Now as Luxemburg cannot be had, how the Belgian question can fashion
12 October 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TATTERSALL'S, MONDAY Oct. 7.

TATTERSALL'S, MONDAY Oct. 7.

M ill"".'^ ', ' ' Nkw»w.,..t. Oct. 14.-S 2 Hgst Mr. Whale . '•'«'• (taken); :• .» «** fctuili". '""'iigst Mr. ii.iiiter'«Roui eiial. >is, o«.', sto of Rutland's Haw ker. rs, »st 21b; , " ." U, t» 1 about Lord Verulain's Bast.i. lyrs.fs rib. The two tai....riles the field. Kate a
12 October 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Her Majesty has, perceive, by an advertisement in our piijier of to-day, been pleased to confer her high and distinguished

Her Majesty has, perceive, by an advertisement in our piijier of to-day, been pleased to confer her high and distinguished

Patronage upon that admirable Series of Works now publishing under the general title the "Sacred Classics, or Cabinet Library of Divinity." During tbe course of its publication, we have felt it our duty to call the attention our readers to the great importance of its contents, a
28 June 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL BOARDING ESTABLISH ENT, 13(5, Pilgrim-Street, Newcasti.e-i'l'ox-Tyxe. "YjTRS. M, ARMATAGE begs most respect-IrJL fully to intimate to Commercial Gentlemen, visiting

COMMERCIAL BOARDING ESTABLISH ENT, 13(5, Pilgrim-Street, Newcasti.e-i'l'ox-Tyxe. "YjTRS. M, ARMATAGE begs most respect-IrJL fully to intimate to Commercial Gentlemen, visiting

Newcastle, that she has taken and entered upon the above Establishment, which has recently been fitted a very superior Manner. The Premises which are in the Centre the Town, and within Two Minutes Walk the Post-Office, include a large Commercial Room, Private Sitting Rooms, and
28 June 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
John Brandling, Esq., was on Tuesday last elected Mayor of Newcastle, and under circumstances whicli call for something more than

John Brandling, Esq., was on Tuesday last elected Mayor of Newcastle, and under circumstances whicli call for something more than

customary notice. Our reporter has done ample justice to the details under another head. The riotous proceedings on Monday and Tuesday arose in a great measure out of the revolutionary spirit which is abroad ; they arose out of the designs of the lowest and basest of the populat
6 October 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England