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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Spain. —We have no authentic intelligence of the movements of Don Carlos but proclamation hill name has been received at Paris. It is dated from Abrantes, on the lst October, and declares all who do not join his standard, more especially ail governors and generals, to traitors t
2 November 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2,18^- mm* The arrival of his Majesty's ship Nautili' " Falmouth, gives us advices from

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2,18^- mm* The arrival of his Majesty's ship Nautili' " Falmouth, gives us advices from

Lisbon ult. The military accounts are origin. It appears that Don Miguel' continue" , retreat, after the action of the 10th, to Santarem*€ conducted it so skilfully, and bravely withal, that* pursuing columns under Saldanha and Terceira Jj impression upon his rear guard ; artill
2 November 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Wereturn, as in duty bound, to Lordgj Gateshead treat. One of our contempt*/ aptly, semis it " a melancholy dinner."

Wereturn, as in duty bound, to Lordgj Gateshead treat. One of our contempt*/ aptly, semis it " a melancholy dinner."

i, that it was melancholy; it was the knen i< Durham's popularity in that quarter; / received as an indication of the general which his Majesty's Ministers, and the » , > party, are held by the people. nublW I We observe that Mr. C. Attwood has u sort of personal narrative of wh
2 November 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ARRIVED AT

ARRIVED AT

Constantinople. Sept. 19—Tyneside, Blackett, Odessa, and sailed on the 21st for England. Messina, Oct, Alnsley, Malta. Patras, Oct. Stirlingshire, Brou n, Newcastle. Trieste, Oct. IS— Frederick Young, Carr, Liverpool. Valparaiso—Nautilus, , Buenos Ayres. Baiiia, Aug. 30— Margare
2 November 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A LADY, who receives a select and limited' Number of Young Ladies to educate, is desirous, making Exchange Pupil with

A LADY, who receives a select and limited' Number of Young Ladies to educate, is desirous, making Exchange Pupil with

a Clergyman, who has a Daughter educate. must the Established Church, and decidedly pious. The Lady can offer the most satisfactory References Families of the highest Distinction, whose Daughters have been intrusted to her Care. Letters, Post-paid, addressed to P. 31., to the Ca
2 November 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NOVELTIES FOR THE RACES—THEATRE- , .. ROYAL. NEWCASTLE. j MR. T. CHARD and his Son. .MASTER BLANt ARD, extraordinary have

NOVELTIES FOR THE RACES—THEATRE- , .. ROYAL. NEWCASTLE. j MR. T. CHARD and his Son. .MASTER BLANt ARD, extraordinary have

recently excited much Admiration in the Metropolis, are engaged this Establishment. Mr. CONY AND HIS CELEBRATED DOGS will also appear every Night during the Week, a Variety novel and iiiterestir nances. Monday, June 17, will acted Til DOG MONTARGIS, with other Entertainments, te
14 June 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

Thdhsday The French embassy has received the following' telegraphic dispatch from Paris Paris, November the Ist, IB3c attempt has been mailt' excite sedition le Regiment quartered at tne young Louis Bonaparte, Son tbe Ex-King Louis Bonaparte. was suppressed immediately. The troo
5 November 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RS. TEMPLE most respectfully begs Leave . announce to the Ladies of Newcastle and its Vicinity, that she has personally

RS. TEMPLE most respectfully begs Leave . announce to the Ladies of Newcastle and its Vicinity, that she has personally

selected from the First Establishments London, superb and fashionable Assortment MILLINERY, DRESSES, PELLSSES, and splendid CLOAKS, with every Appendage suited the Costumes of the Season, in all the novel and Varieties of French and English Taste, which she will have the honour
5 November 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
All the accounts from France concur in stating that the reign of the Doctrinnaire Ministry is nearly at an end.

All the accounts from France concur in stating that the reign of the Doctrinnaire Ministry is nearly at an end.

now engaged in a foolish contention with the Editor of the Tribune ; and as the Press holds well together in Paris, and the Government is, in truth, the creature of Journalism, official power will not avail- We rather think that the same) lesson will shortly taught nearer home.
20 April 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sadbleuy ' a Haiiness, and iron. THOMAS^?*** , E "»vann2 respect. the extensive SADDLERY, and HARDWARE ■" - re cently

Sadbleuy ' a Haiiness, and iron. THOMAS^?*** , E "»vann2 respect. the extensive SADDLERY, and HARDWARE ■" - re cently

carried by his late Brother 1 S . OLE Xv». Newcastle, will be continued for ldreri . on T Widow and Family of young ar,j ro,,a Se hithprt liehalf a Continuance that -f, Pectf lK S( ? onerously bestowed, is earnestly *nes, - »°ncited. WorW l Perienced Shopman, and come family J?
3 November 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England