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all the ports the West of Cumber- ' going on to a considerable extent. he class persons who are thus

all the ports the West of Cumber- ' going on to a considerable extent. he class persons who are thus

leaving their native land, are such country can part with, without society sustaining a loss. ok Act Parlianient passed the of Inst month, empowering his Majesty, by and with the advice of "his most Honourable Privy Council, to appoint convenient places for the holding of Assise
1 June 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE CHASE. Sir M. «. Ridlev's Fox-lloi-nds meet on Monday the Nov., at Bridge; and on Friday the 21st, Belsay.-each at half-pa/t ten o'clock. The Galewood Fox-Hoi will meet Mor.day the 17th of Nov., Howick; on Wednesday the 19th, Lodge; and 1 the 21st, at Dunstanborough morning
15 November 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Army of the United Kingdom.— On the instant the army comprised 6 field-marshals, 1 commander of the forces, generals,

The Army of the United Kingdom.— On the instant the army comprised 6 field-marshals, 1 commander of the forces, generals,

106 lieutenantgenerals, and 216 major-generals, 205 colonels, 588 lieutenant-colonels, 810 majors, 1,515 captains, 2,108 lieutenants, and 1,618 ensigns and cornets; 28 regiments of cavalry, including the household troops; 106 regiments of infantry, two rifle brigades, one regime
15 November 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Nov. 7, 1834

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Nov. 7, 1834

BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. William Hinde, Liverpool, dry-salter. BANKRUPTS. Richard Davies, Noble street, straw- hat manufacturer, Nov 2, and Dec 1!) at 11. Sol Mr James, Bucklersbury. John Claudius Finery, Broad street buildings, under writer, Nov 17 at 2, and Dec 1!) at 11. Sol Mr
15 November 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, AND MISCELLANEOUS. " If I wished," said Frederick the Great, "to reduce a flourishing province from the highest state of prosperity to the lowest stage of misery, would desire no more effectual course than put it under the government of philosophers."—" an
11 August 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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ALDERNEY COWS AND HEIFERS. Just arrivod from Aldernev, direct the Beverley, Captain F.illey, Nunbex of COWS and 'HEIFERS, with Calf.—The

ALDERNEY COWS AND HEIFERS. Just arrivod from Aldernev, direct the Beverley, Captain F.illey, Nunbex of COWS and 'HEIFERS, with Calf.—The

Alderney are noted for the Kichness of their Milk, and are esteemed much superior to Application to made Messrs. Slack and Forsler 211, Quayside, Newcastle.—Oct. 1(1, 11(33. NEM CASTLE-CPON-TYNE OCTOBER sessions, ia:a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the NEK T GENERAL QUARTER SESSIO
12 October 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Assembly Rooms, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Oct. 11th, \m. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING *- the PROPRIETORS will held on Monday, toe Day of November

Assembly Rooms, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Oct. 11th, \m. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING *- the PROPRIETORS will held on Monday, toe Day of November

next, One o'Clock in the Afternoon. Order of the Committee, _ ROBT. GILLS, Secretary. WANTED, a STEADY YOUTH, tie .•Apprenticed for Seven Years, which Servitude Will entitle him to his Freedom in the Merchants' Company. A Premium will required. » CARR & CO., Brokers. iiroad-Char
12 October 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO LET, And Entered upon Immediately, A Commodious and convenient HOUSE, replete with every Convenience, consisting of Eleven Fire Rooms,

TO LET, And Entered upon Immediately, A Commodious and convenient HOUSE, replete with every Convenience, consisting of Eleven Fire Rooms,

with Cellars, Pantries, Stable, &c. For Particulars enquire Mr. Garuett, No. l,Side, Newcastle. " TO LET, And Entered upon at November next, COMFORTABLE HOUSE, situated at -CAM X Rooms and other Offices, at present occupied by Mr. Gibson. Also, a GIG HOUSE and STABLE, Leazes Ter
12 October 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE RACES, 1833. ON MONDAY, June IT- PRODUCE STAKES of 50 each, ■fx h. ft. for the Produce Mares covered

NEWCASTLE RACES, 1833. ON MONDAY, June IT- PRODUCE STAKES of 50 each, ■fx h. ft. for the Produce Mares covered

in 1823; Colts Bst4lb., Fillies Bst. The Produce of Mares that never bred a Winner, or by Stallions that never got a Winner before the Day naming, allowing 31b—.Two Miles. Lord br. f. by Jerry, out of Georgiana (31b). Sir J. Boswell'ach. c. hv'Straitwaist, out M'ilful, sister to
8 June 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Under the Radical direction.of Mr. Pattison, the Managers the Bank England have recently been guilty of breach commercial confidence, which

Under the Radical direction.of Mr. Pattison, the Managers the Bank England have recently been guilty of breach commercial confidence, which

appears have excited a strong sensation. Not content with refusing to disccunt the bills a large and respectable establishment, they have not scrupled to mention the rejection these bills without the walls the Bank, end have thus inflicted serious injury on the credit of the par
24 October 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England