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FOR MADEIRA AND VALPARAISO. Fine A 1, Coppered Ship, CRUSADER, Wm. Naughton, ComlP(f^rV»rnander; can take a few Keels of Light

FOR MADEIRA AND VALPARAISO. Fine A 1, Coppered Ship, CRUSADER, Wm. Naughton, ComlP(f^rV»rnander; can take a few Keels of Light

Freights, and has excellent Accommodation for Passengers. Apply to BLACKBIRD & HUNTER, Brokers. Newcastle, 15th March, 1844. m___Z_ FOR BOSTON, U. S. Fine New Ship QUEEN OF fO(_Y * TH ETVN E, Tons, James Scott, -Master, will Clear on the Instant—For Freight or Passage, apply HOD
16 March 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. St n ' ° - the Wife Buston, Eao, &,! ° n the km*. G. Barrett. n oSt^ At

BIRTHS. St n ' ° - the Wife Buston, Eao, &,! ° n the km*. G. Barrett. n oSt^ At

Womersley Vicarage, s ' d "«K«»ter. William Thorp, of a son. "re, the wite of the Rer. MARRIAGES In this town, at St. Andrew's " i. Mr. Daniel Perry, blacksmith to vh' £V he Hth inst. Mr. Jonathan Bulcranr ? ouil - ths Murray. ouicraig, engineer, to Miss Catherine At St. John's
16 March 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON CORN MARKET, (YESTERDAY) NOVEMBER 17.

LONDON CORN MARKET, (YESTERDAY) NOVEMBER 17.

he supply of English heat is short, and of indifferent condition. The trade dull at Monday's pr ces Theres some revival ,n the demand for chiefly of low lor shipment to the west, and h^ldere! refuse to s2bm any ahatemen Barley moves off slowly at rather worse prices, Malt, Peas.
18 November 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Nov. 14.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Nov. 14.

B ,» SUPERSEDED. WILLIAM Ma Biilmghurst, Sussex, dealer and chapman. . E CLARATIOX 0F INSOLVENCY. JOHN WARD, Nottingham, tailor. BANKRUPTS. THOMAS GATE JAMES, River-street, builder, Nov. at 3. and Jan. .> DUT-put L Sol. Mr. Tucker. Sun-chambers; Official Assignee, Mr. Aisager, B
18 November 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THOMAS HORN, BOOK & MUSIC SELLER, MARKET-STREET XEWCASTLE-U PON-TYNE. AGENT for the SALE of CAPTAIN PIDDING'S CELEBRATED TEAS. REDUCED PRICE

THOMAS HORN, BOOK & MUSIC SELLER, MARKET-STREET XEWCASTLE-U PON-TYNE. AGENT for the SALE of CAPTAIN PIDDING'S CELEBRATED TEAS. REDUCED PRICE

OF p inmNM CAPT. PIDDING'S MIKED BLACK TEA, SMALL ln Chinese Catty Packages, containing One Pound and One-Third, exclusive of Package. d. s. d. Whole Catty, reduced to 8 Whole Catty, reduced toll 4 Halt Catty, ...reduced to 4 Half Catty, ...reduced to 8 QuarterCJatty.reduced to
18 November 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PARISIAN MILLINERY. MRS. ROBSON announces her return from Pabis, where she has selected themostdistinguish. Ed and fashionable NOVELTIES in MILLINERY,

PARISIAN MILLINERY. MRS. ROBSON announces her return from Pabis, where she has selected themostdistinguish. Ed and fashionable NOVELTIES in MILLINERY,

ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, &c. &c. for the Autumn and Winter Season. In Addition to her usual Stock of Splendid FRENCH GOODS, she has brought Elegant Assortment of EVENING DRESSES. Her Show Rooms will open for the Season on Tuesday the 28th Inst. N.B. Please to observe, no Circulars ar
25 October 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

Match.—A Sweepstakes of 10 soys. each, heats, was run for on the Race Course, on Thureda>-last. * Mr. Chas. Reed's br. mare, beat Mr. , b m re fter a Mr. W. E. Brockett's bay mare; winning both heats Steeple Chase Match.-This affair between Mr Fred. Lamb and Mr. Villiers Surtees
8 February 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHARITY AND RELIGIOUS NOTICES.

CHARITY AND RELIGIOUS NOTICES.

The late Bazaar aid of the funds of the Whitby Infant School produced upwards of £110. Mrs. Craster Askew has given donation of Ten Guineas to the Northern Asylum for the Blind, and the Deaf and Dumb. The Archdeacon of Lindisfame (the Rev. E. T. Bigge) preached in the Cathedral
30 September 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

DAY IS' FISHERY. PETERHEAD. Sept. 23—The True L.ove,of Hull, from Davis' Straits, passed thi.- poitto-dav. with fish, 130 tuns, the fishing ground the'alst ult. ana reports the following yes-els belonging the under-mentioned places: — Newcastle.— i ord Gamhier, fish, tuns, 25th
30 September 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

Cachemires, and silks of every description, displaying peculiar beauty and variety, both in colours aud style, velvets, constitute the fashionable materials in V- Vreparation for the season, Gimp continues to be much used; nor do we see any chance of bugles declining in favour,
30 September 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England