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THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

When pressed to pledge himself to some reduction taxation, Lord Althoip ominously replied—" To do so would premature. must first see the result the revenue for the present quarter." Well, the quarter ended on nursday, and here is an abstract the receipts both lor the year and fo
13 April 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Advices, a few days later than those noticed in our last, have been received from Oporto the Manlius and Seafiower.

Advices, a few days later than those noticed in our last, have been received from Oporto the Manlius and Seafiower.

If we are to believe these, the affairs of Don Pedro wear an improved aspect. It is said that the quarrel with Sartorius is made up ; that money is plentiful; that seven or eight hundred men and tolerable stock of provisions have been landed the Foz ; and, short, that offensive
13 April 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. Miss has brought out another Gem for the present holidays, entitled "The Easter Gift," which illustrated with some beautiful

POETRY. Miss has brought out another Gem for the present holidays, entitled "The Easter Gift," which illustrated with some beautiful

engravings, principally taken from the old masters, the poetry being from her own exquisite pen. We have only ™ om for the following verses upon the story of Hayar and sank amid the wilderness. The and forsaken; She gave the boy one faint caress. And pray'd he might not waken. B
13 April 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. -MONDAY, May 12. Lord WYNFORD postponed till Friday the second reading of a bill introduced by for the better observance of the Sabbath, and for the more effectual prevention of drunkenness. The Warwick witnesses' indemnity bill was read third tune and passed. Th
17 May 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The last advices from the North of Spain confirm the previous reports of victories on the part of the Carlists.

The last advices from the North of Spain confirm the previous reports of victories on the part of the Carlists.

Zumalacarrague}' appears to have cleared Navarre of the Queen-Regent's troops, with the exception and even threatens to take tbat strongly fortified city. If is not active will arrive too late to save it.
5 July 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Mr. Henry Davison's, the Sun Inn, Gateshead, Tuesday, the o.h Bay of July next,

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Mr. Henry Davison's, the Sun Inn, Gateshead, Tuesday, the o.h Bay of July next,

Six o'clock the Evening, HpHREE FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, Two of which are quite new, and particularly well built: and ONE FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE, known by the Sign of the Buck, situate at Gateshead Low Fell. Mr. Thomas Real), the Tenant of the Public House, will show the Premise
5 July 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The unhappy accident which has befallen the poor Duchess de Berri has produced a vast overflow of ink at Paris.

The unhappy accident which has befallen the poor Duchess de Berri has produced a vast overflow of ink at Paris.

Journals carry a warm discussion the Carhst writers affecting a disbelief of the genuineness of the declarati on published by the French Government, them papers ridiculing their incredulity, and holding up the Duchess as a fallen woman, against whom it is superfluous t() taka fu
9 March 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GRAIN, AND OTHER MARKETS.

GRAIN, AND OTHER MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN \RKET, SATURDAY, MARCH 2. We had a liberal supply of Wheat from the growers this morning, which was much affected ihe continued wet weather we have had; the sales consequently ruled dull, and last week's currency was scarcely maintained! The arrivals of Wheat are
9 March 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Mr. Hell, Sir Mr. W. Ridley, Lord ??? AlilL-tniJirrbi.nl).-. i, Mr. tl- F. .".mi I night, Sir Mr. Iletlworth I

Mr. Hell, Sir Mr. W. Ridley, Lord ??? AlilL-tniJirrbi.nl).-. i, Mr. tl- F. .".mi I night, Sir Mr. Iletlworth I

tlicy will Itml . lions Bill , 1 other . -n i ... .' actually .li ..I akulhir. Bill : d- with re. was pi. .perl unmanly which, were tu ' - so, umendi net),at the
27 June 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

great number articles and communications unavoidably stand over till next week.
27 June 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England