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F. LORAINE'S ANNUAL SALE of ELEGANT BOOKS, PRINTS, ALBUMS, ENVELOPE CASES, &c, : WILL TAKE PLACE ON NEW YEARS-DAY, 1844.

F. LORAINE'S ANNUAL SALE of ELEGANT BOOKS, PRINTS, ALBUMS, ENVELOPE CASES, &c, : WILL TAKE PLACE ON NEW YEARS-DAY, 1844.

(d- Tickets only 10s. 6d. each. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Nov. 8,1843. TO ALL THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT, WHICH IS SO SUBJECT TO DEBILITY. D COHEN, Optician and Mathematical Instrument .Maker, 1, Grey-Street,New- (Optician to the Newcastle Infirmary, and the Eye Infirmary,) respectf
11 November 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL FROM INDIA.

THE OVERLAND MAIL FROM INDIA.

GREAT BATTLE SCINDE. The Overland Mail from India brings interesting details of the second victory gained by Sir Charles Napier, on the 4th March last, near the river ullahc, in which the last of the Ameers Scindeto obtain thedorainion they have exercised over the fertile distri
10 June 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AVERAGE PRICE OF BRITISH CORN

AVERAGE PRICE OF BRITISH CORN

I 1 or the Week ending Aug. 2, made from the Relurnso the Inspectors of tl.e different Cities and Tow England and ales, per the Imperial Quarter :— WEEKLY AVERAGES. Wheat lid I Oats 22s Beans Baney 29s 8d | Rye 34s Peas IMPERIAL SIX WEEKS Wheat 49s lid I Oats 7d Beans M 8d Barle
9 August 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Aug. 1.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Aug. 1.

DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. J. CADOGAN, jun. Brecon, hat warehouseman BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. W. HILDITCH, St. Asaph, grocer BANKRUPTS. J. TUNK-S, Kensington, market-gardener, Auk. 1, and Sept. 12 half-past IS, Sol Mr Sadgrove, Mark-lane; Official Assignee, Alsager, Bircbin-lane. BE
9 August 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
» N CURACY WANTED. Perienced Clergyman, in full Orders, is immediate Want of Curacy. •|^----___ _ o £_Address, apply to

» N CURACY WANTED. Perienced Clergyman, in full Orders, is immediate Want of Curacy. •|^----___ _ o £_Address, apply to

the Printer. e -—A Lady of considerable Exkat'*factorv and who can offer the most f reuces ' is desirous of re-engaging herself is n.^r »Nobleman's or Gentleman's Family. Squired u d t0 ve Instruction in Music, French, e a., ■ Con tinent,) with the Elements of Italian, , art a s
9 August 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ON SALE TONS ICHABOE GUANO, of first- Q ual,t y-/^ A h er Particulars, apply Weat End the Close, Newcastle.

ON SALE TONS ICHABOE GUANO, of first- Q ual,t y-/^ A h er Particulars, apply Weat End the Close, Newcastle.

PUBLIC SALE OF AT PETERHEAD. Upon Wednesday the 3rd Day of September next at Twelve o'Clock Noon, there will be SOLD AUG TION, at Mr. Hutchison's Boil-Yard, Keith Inch" ETERHEAD ABOUT EIGHTY TONS of "WHALE OIL and about FIFTY TONS of SEAL OIL, ex the Barque, Commerce. Also, FIFT
9 August 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON TRADE REPORT, THURSDAY EVENING.

LONDON TRADE REPORT, THURSDAY EVENING.

Sugar.—A good business ha *** n done aa market, amounting to hhds., and prices are generally fully 6d dearer. 350 bags Mauritius so.' d at „*> l" ? 8 ?. d --f d bags Bengal brought for low to fine yellow sbs to bis 6d., which was to ls advance. Coffee.—The only sales to-day co n
13 May 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

The least offence a man in distress commits is sufficient; pretence for the rich to refuse him all assistance; they would have the unfortunate entirely perfect. Lveryman ought to aim at eminence, not putting others down, but raising himself; and enjoy the pleasures of h.s own su
13 May 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET (THIS DAY) SATURDAY, JULY 20.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET (THIS DAY) SATURDAY, JULY 20.

The farmers brought forward a good supply of Wheat for the season this morning, and prices may noted ls lower. foreign and granaried samples little doing remains the same. Barley meets with little inquiry Beans and leu without alteration. demand for Malt is trifling Oats to Is p
20 July 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TRANSMISSION OF NEWSPAPERS BY POST.

TRANSMISSION OF NEWSPAPERS BY POST.

As many of our readers may be anxious to know how and when to transmit copies of the Journal to friends or relatives far away from home, we have procured the subjoined statement of Post Office arrangements for the transmission of Newspapers, which will useful for reference, as w
20 July 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England