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GEORGE R. SHIELD & CO. WOOLLEN CLOTH MERCHANTS, 16, GREY STREET. NEWCASTLE. ARE now Clearing off their present Stock, previous

GEORGE R. SHIELD & CO. WOOLLEN CLOTH MERCHANTS, 16, GREY STREET. NEWCASTLE. ARE now Clearing off their present Stock, previous

to their REMOVAL to 39, MOSLEY STREET. ■ Ten per Cent, allowed for Cash Payments,, "TENNY LIND. MR. STATES begs to inform the Public tbat the remaining GALLERY TICKETS will be Sold at the Royal Hotel, Saturday the 9th, and Tues• day the \2th'lnst. from Twelve to Two o'Clock, at
9 September 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

The learned Judpes on the Northern Circuit, Mr. Baron Alderson and Mr. Baron Rolfe having finished the business of the Assizes for this Town and County, spent yesterday with Robert Ingham, Esq. at Westoe. The High Sheriff of the County of Northumberland, Geo. Burdon, Esq. of Hed
4 March 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

Her Majesty has appointed the Rev. Wm. Newman, Master of Arts, to be Chaplain for Cape Town, in the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope; also Edmund Murray Dodd, Esq. to be a Puisne Judge the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. The Duke of Norfolk, whom the vacant garter has been pres
4 March 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. , 1846 inviteany lenheLrl pr tracted free-trade debate to third week S C0 . m ™ nt

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. , 1846 inviteany lenheLrl pr tracted free-trade debate to third week S C0 . m ™ nt

™our part. This is the -a circuml CUpied the Parliament ,n , !edented the British Honse th0U the facts and arguments ferent result S,de ' StiU cannot ho P e for a dif Anrth^Wn * had ' from e first ' »ticipated. J ,n r 9terha8 spoken this week, cile his present ficati -- an eff r
28 February 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
KKWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE list, SUPPLIED BY JOHN BENSON. STOCK ANO SHARE BROKER. ROYAL ARCADE. i I s re ! RAILWAYS COMPLETED. -ggH

KKWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE list, SUPPLIED BY JOHN BENSON. STOCK ANO SHARE BROKER. ROYAL ARCADE. i I s re ! RAILWAYS COMPLETED. -ggH

mmgham and Gloucester.. . 100 128 Durham and Sunderland Jul ■ - New.guaranteed $ Cent Mi 2 " l e Counties 16 021 ft to'u. * ~ ? Shares „. , 12% 17 19 Junction 100 30... Do. New::::; 15... Do. Aew 100... Great Western..:::,2 25... Do. Shares l 100... Liverpool and Manchester J, S
28 February 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TMPROVEMF.NTin HAIR CUTTING, and LARGE ADDITION to E. PARSON'S STOCK of FASHIONABLE COMBS, HAIR and TOOTH BRUSHES, ORNAMENTAL HAIR. &c.

TMPROVEMF.NTin HAIR CUTTING, and LARGE ADDITION to E. PARSON'S STOCK of FASHIONABLE COMBS, HAIR and TOOTH BRUSHES, ORNAMENTAL HAIR. &c.

&c. to the Inspection of which the Nobility and Gentry visiting Newcastle, are most respectfully invited. 10, Mosley-Street. ECONOMY AND UTILITY COMBINED!!! JOHN MAWSON, Chemist, 13, Mosley- Street, Newcastle, respectfully invites Attention to that pure and invaluable Ferment, C
28 February 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRODUCTION OF COAL IN THE DIFFERENT STATES OF EUROPE.

PRODUCTION OF COAL IN THE DIFFERENT STATES OF EUROPE.

After iron, there no produce the mineral kingdom which exercises a influence on our commercial relations than ena 1 . The following is a statistical sketch of that article in the different countries of Europe: England possesses the richest veins of coal, both asregards a_uality
25 July 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

The worst of ignorance is, that it is ignorant of its own ignorance. The line which separates regard and love is so fine that the young heart transgresses the boundary before it aware of having verged it. insti acting otheis improve ourselves he who is engaged in the tuition of
25 July 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Dec. 8.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Dec. 8.

BANKRUPTS. JOHN DONALDSON, Regent-street, coachmaker. Dec. I6and Jan. 30 at 11. Sols. Messrs. Bunn and Dobie, Raymond-buildings; Official Assignee, Mr. Green, Aldermanbury. PHILIP HOWARD, Hingham, Norfolk, wine merchant, Dec. 16 at 1, and Jan. 12. Sols. Messrs. Trehern and White
12 December 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MEZEKIEL begs to inform the Ladies and • Gentlemen of Newcastle and Vicinity, in consequence the bad Weather, he is

MEZEKIEL begs to inform the Ladies and • Gentlemen of Newcastle and Vicinity, in consequence the bad Weather, he is

permitted to keep the Remainder the GONGS, ELEGANT CARVED IVORY and CHINA, from the Custom House, Portsmouth, for another Week. An early Call will oblige. M. E. begs to say the Whole of his Stock of TOYS and FANCY GOODS, are SELLING OFF, he declining that Business. JAMES HOGGINS
12 December 1846 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England