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MODES DE PARIS. MRS. ROBSON has great pleasure announcing to the Ladies her return from The Show LACE MART, AND

MODES DE PARIS. MRS. ROBSON has great pleasure announcing to the Ladies her return from The Show LACE MART, AND

FRFNCH "nLLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, IS, MOBLEY STREET, NEWCASTLE. MRS DONKIN respectfully announces to the Ladies her Return from Paris/ are now Open, with choice Selection of MILLINERY, mInTLES FLOWERS, RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES, LACE &,GA ZIN L M&DBS ET NOUVEAUTES PILGRIM STREET, NEWC
31 May 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Duke and Duchess de Aumale and the Count de Paris passed through this town last evening their waj to Eslington Park, the seat of Lord Ravensworth. The Bishop of Exeter left his residence in the College, Durham, where he has heen "in residence" as a canon since the 25th of Ju
17 September 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FISH TNT" T.?, BOOTS. ' TALKING DITTO, nunn FROM STock , 0R MADE to measure. : » d T STOCK

FISH TNT" T.?, BOOTS. ' TALKING DITTO, nunn FROM STock , 0R MADE to measure. : » d T STOCK

to Bespoke, and moderateTj'nces fully equal S. AND C. W. DIXON 60, GREY STREET, NX can have the t e largest Stock of FANCY FLANNEL SHIRTS, For Hunting and Shooting, of superior make and quality in the North of England, at JOHN BUTTON'S, 36, Mosley Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. ;
17 September 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Lord Bishop of Durham arrived at the Deanery, Durham, on Thursday evening, and will repair this day to Auckland Castle, where his lordship's family is assembled. The special winter assize was opened at Durham, on Wednesday, and on Thursday Mr. Justice Erie and Mr. Russell Gu
6 December 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CORN TRADE DURING THE WEEK.

THE CORN TRADE DURING THE WEEK.

(From the Mark Lane Express.) Very little improvement has taken place in the weather since our last. The temperature has been and continues more like March than May; the nights have been exceedingly cold, and the days dull and cheerless. That the long continuance of ungenial wea
21 May 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE Duties of MRS. STAMP'S SCHOOL will be Resumed on Tuesday, August 1. 39, Westmorland Terrace, July 26th, 1854. "|\/riSS

THE Duties of MRS. STAMP'S SCHOOL will be Resumed on Tuesday, August 1. 39, Westmorland Terrace, July 26th, 1854. "|\/riSS

ELLIS respectfully announces that the i-T-L Duties of her Establishment will be Resumed on Monday the 7th of August. A Resident French Governess, Parisian. Higham Place, July 19, 1854. THE MISSES REID beg to announce that the Duties of their Establishment, for the Board and Educ
29 July 1854 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NORTHUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE NORTHUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

The annual general meeting of thk society was held at J""' lor on Wednesday last, Sir Matthew White Ridley, Bart., the chair. There was a numerous and influential attendance ; among the gentlemen P,lft , w l Charlton, Esq . Morpeth: Rev. Brwe.r Me rS ' - SfP»«««»f Fourstonesj J
12 February 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
?? BSt? a i Aßl),s Forthcoming Concerts. —The ed Mlss Goddard, tlie celebrated C yne * ln the magnificent Town

?? BSt? a i Aßl),s Forthcoming Concerts. —The ed Mlss Goddard, tlie celebrated C yne * ln the magnificent Town

Hall, Newcas«th*t6d. c of .v. edne sdday and Thursday evenings next. * to Cuief attractions, Miss Goddard will be eraii Viardot Garcia, Signor Luchesi, and rt Sea t lent voca lists, as well as instrumentalists, •lis '?° tnat a most exquisite musical treat . nt is anticipated. Th
12 February 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PREFERENCE SHARES.

PREFERENCE SHARES.

Stock Caledonian, £10 100 16 Chester and Holyhead 15 15% 13 East. Coun. New, Guar. 6 per Cent. 10 East Lan. 6 per Cent. Quar. Shares 6ft Stock East Lincolnshire, Guar. 6 per Cent. 100 133 ex d Stock Great Northern, per Cent 100 113 100... Hart. Dk. & Rwy. Guar, 8 per Cent. 100 1
27 October 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STEWART THE SANDHILL. THE people living on the Banks of the Tyne will rejoice to know that WILLIAM STEWART, the

STEWART THE SANDHILL. THE people living on the Banks of the Tyne will rejoice to know that WILLIAM STEWART, the

cele- brated Tea Dealer, of Grainger Street, has OPENED A BRANCH TEA ESTABLISHMENT, No. 27, SANDHILL, c Foot of the Side. The Teas, justly described as living c fragrance, he doubts not, will be greedily bought the - people who pass that way. PERUVIAN GUA . I FRESH ARRIVAL. S JU
15 May 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England