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MANOR HOUSE COMMERCIAL INN, HALTWHISTLE. JAMES SMITH, (late of the Red Lion Inn,) begs to inform his Friends and the

MANOR HOUSE COMMERCIAL INN, HALTWHISTLE. JAMES SMITH, (late of the Red Lion Inn,) begs to inform his Friends and the

Public generally, that he has Entered upon the above large and commodious INN, which has lately undergone a thorough State Repairs, and New Stables, Coach Houses, and other Conveniences have been made, and he trusts, by unremitting Attention to the Comfort and Convenience those
30 September 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHAS. BRAGG & CO. respectfully announce the Arrival of their Extensive STOCK OF FURS, Selected personally B. when recently in

CHAS. BRAGG & CO. respectfully announce the Arrival of their Extensive STOCK OF FURS, Selected personally B. when recently in

London. They confidently hope they are of such choice Quality and Variety Description, as to meet the Approval and Wants tneir numerous Friends. Orders for Altering, Repairing, or Cleaning, promptly attended to. Pilgrim-Street, Newcastle, 29th 9 Mo. 1843. LONDON, MANCHESTER, AND
30 September 1843 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Marchioness of Londonderry has a costume at Holderness House, London, on the sixteenth instant. The invitations particularly request the visitors to appear in fancy dress or uniform. At the recent rent-day held at Bishop "Wearmouth, William Robinson Robinson, Esq. very liber
6 July 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CORN LAW BILL—THE DIVISION.

CORN LAW BILL—THE DIVISION.

Just before going to press the Times, containing » full report of the adjourned debate on the Corn which closed at a quarter past four o'clock yesterda. morning, reached us by express. have a copious summary of the debate in another column* It was resumed by Earl Grey, who was f
30 May 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
* of Cistern t Corrected alto for Capillary Attraction. «• . fine-3 P.M. cloudy; p.m. dull. 23.—9 A.M. S1*9'p.m. cloudy.

* of Cistern t Corrected alto for Capillary Attraction. «• . fine-3 P.M. cloudy; p.m. dull. 23.—9 A.M. S1*9'p.m. cloudy.

24.-W a.m. p.m. and 9 . «?i n, ffi ai»l 3 p.m. tine; 9 p.m.clear. 26.-9 a.m. 3 p.m. fine; 9 p.m. clesr. 27.-9 a.m. sV,ff "breeze"; 3 p.m. Hne; 9 p «. dull. 28.-9 A.M. tine. I light clouds; 3 p.m. fane; y p.m. cloudy.
30 May 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CAUSE OF AGRICULTURE TRULY STATED.

THE CAUSE OF AGRICULTURE TRULY STATED.

We cannot in this place (observes r. Donald Bain, in continuation of the article in Blackwood's Quarterly Journal of Agriculture, the first part which we gave last week) enter into the inquiry whether, supposing us to make a sacrifice, even any sacrifice, our agriculture, other
5 April 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FASHIONS FOR APRIL, 1845.

FASHIONS FOR APRIL, 1845.

Caps, for half-dress are K C .°, ,W« ra?e 'V, he* Side - here it is of lace, form- « e t£ *««n«ned with X° of Poult de sole, colour as the silk, an those , tulle, the same h Sfif 1 *** * ? /w ' - and magnificent white been So m * as those Ve ve f h WIII have tne bavolet M been s
5 April 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

CLARKE and CO. Edinburgh, printers, April 4 and at 1, at Mr. Deuchar's, Edinburgh. H. STKVENSON, Glasgow, mason, April 4 and May at 2, at Mr. Ross's, Glasgow. , . , . K. M'LENNAN Plocktoun, Lochalsh, merchant, April 7 and May at 12, at Mr. Rose's, Dingwall. J. DINGWALL, Avoch, R
5 April 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SALE, AFRICAN GUANO. BRITISH DO. CLOVER, and RYE GRASS SEEDS. ROBERT BELL, Sandhill, and 64, Grainger Street. TO FARMERS. ON

SALE, AFRICAN GUANO. BRITISH DO. CLOVER, and RYE GRASS SEEDS. ROBERT BELL, Sandhill, and 64, Grainger Street. TO FARMERS. ON

SALE, GENUINE AFRICAN GUANO, in Lots to suit Purchasers. Apply to i„ - JOHN ORTON. No. 50, General Bond Warehouses, Close, April 4th, 1345. TO BE Mt7~ A HOUSE, in Albion Place. Enquire of H. Ridley, Chemist, West End Blackett. Street. FULWELL. TO BE LET, Entry at May-Day, NEAT C
5 April 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKS. W "^!«rt 30.000 Northof England t„i *' j 10 30,000 10 Newcastle, i«'<ctßk. 6 Newcastle-upon Sund - l,n -

BANKS. W "^!«rt 30.000 Northof England t„i *' j 10 30,000 10 Newcastle, i«'<ctßk. 6 Newcastle-upon Sund - l,n -

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5 April 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England