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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, March 17. THE BREACH OF CONFIDENCE AT THE FOREIGN OFFICE. Lord Malmesbury once more called attention to the charge brought against a late clerk of the Foreign Office of betraying the secrets of the Cabinet. The esprit de corps was so strong, he affirmed, a
25 March 1854 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MANCHESTER JL fire assurance company.—office, 98, King Street, Manchester. Established 1821. Capital, On c .Million Sterling. This Company is the

MANCHESTER JL fire assurance company.—office, 98, King Street, Manchester. Established 1821. Capital, On c .Million Sterling. This Company is the

only Fire Assurance Office that empowered to divide Profitswith the Insured annually. No Charge made for New Poby Lightning are made ***** Surances are «ds of the respective r, Annual Policies must be paid » ft the same are due, or the Policies become void, and of no effect. App
25 March 1854 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE INCLOSURE COMMISSIONERS for ENGLAND AND WALES, hereby give Notice, That Cody of the Report of the Valuer acting in

THE INCLOSURE COMMISSIONERS for ENGLAND AND WALES, hereby give Notice, That Cody of the Report of the Valuer acting in

the Matter of the Inclosure of EACHWICH COMMON, situate in the Parish of Heddon-on-the-Wall, in the County of Northumberland, together with an Estimate of the Expenses in the Matter of the said Inclosure, has been deposited at the House of Mr. Edward Bell, Joiner, in the said Pa
25 March 1854 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SHIPCOTE COLLIERY, SUNDERLAND ROAD END, GATESHEAD. UNSCREENED COALS for Steam and other Purposes, i per Ton at the Pit.—lst Jan.

SHIPCOTE COLLIERY, SUNDERLAND ROAD END, GATESHEAD. UNSCREENED COALS for Steam and other Purposes, i per Ton at the Pit.—lst Jan.

1856. WEDDING and VISITING CARDS, neatly Engraved, at FISHER'S, 39, Grainger Street. WANTED, £550, on Mortgage of good Freehold Property in Newcastle.—Apply to Mr. COCKCROFT, 31, Grainger Street. WANTED, JOURNEYMAN COUNTRY BLACKSMITH. Apply to Thos. Coulson, Water Honse, near Ha
19 January 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE Establishment of the REV. J. JAQUES.i Vicar of Bywell St. Andrew, for the Board and Education of Young Gentlemen,

THE Establishment of the REV. J. JAQUES.i Vicar of Bywell St. Andrew, for the Board and Education of Young Gentlemen,

will be Re-opened on Wednesday, January 23rd. —Vicarage, Jan. 14,1856. CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, and COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, HOUGHTON-LE-SPRING. Mr. W. SHANKS respectfully intimates that his Academy will be Re-opened on January 22nd, 1856. Modern Languages, Drawing, and Music, are ta
19 January 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, COATS, BOYS' PONCHOS, &c. Reduced Prices. In consequence of the advanced Period of the Season, MRS. J. SPENCE,

CHILDREN'S DRESSES, COATS, BOYS' PONCHOS, &c. Reduced Prices. In consequence of the advanced Period of the Season, MRS. J. SPENCE,

Will offer the Whole of her WINTER STOCK at a GRE AT REDUCTION in PRICE. PILGRIM STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. r-piIE REPOSITORY of FINE ARTS and GALLERY of ANCIENTandMODERN PAINTINGS, 39, Grainger Street. R. FISHER, Proprietor. WE. FRANKLIN'S CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Royal Arcade, N
19 January 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Miscellaneous Markets.

Miscellaneous Markets.

NFWC POTATO ARK ET, Oct. 30.—The market still retains undiminished briskness, arising, no doubt, drVis to SIM per thravc. carts of hay and ,2 Ca NFWcWtIV?BU'StER & BACON MARKET, Nov. 2d; Hams, lOd per stone. Butter per hrkm. rVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET. Nov. 2. "Ra.crs still" hold
6 November 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

The next ffleeting Aewcastle-upon-Tyne has been fixed to comn ence on Tuesday the 28ih of Julie, an arrangement which will prevent it clashing- with any southern races. Lord John Scott, Mr. J. M Stanley, and Mr. H . G. Liddcll, M.P. have accepted the office stewards. Searles, th
6 November 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WATERPROOF COATS, CAPES, &c. PALETOT, Ii FIELD, SAC, and other Fashionable Styles of OVERCOATS, made from the best and newest

WATERPROOF COATS, CAPES, &c. PALETOT, Ii FIELD, SAC, and other Fashionable Styles of OVERCOATS, made from the best and newest

Materials. BOYS' DITTO, very great Variety. The NEW PATENT SELF-VENTILATING WATERPROOF CAPES, which can worn either Side out. COATS, in every Style and Fabric. LEGGINS, &c. &c. RAILWAY RUGS, PLAIDS, CARPET BAGS, and UMBRELLAS. The Whole of the above may be had RALPH WILSON ct CO
6 November 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. -«•*- COMFORT. Pilgrim, treading feebly on. Smitten by the torrid sun, Hoping for the cooling rain. Looking for the

POETRY. -«•*- COMFORT. Pilgrim, treading feebly on. Smitten by the torrid sun, Hoping for the cooling rain. Looking for the

shade in vain. Travel worn and faint at heart, Weak and weary as thou art,— Let thy spirit not repine, Shade and shelter shall be thine; Friendly hands to thee shall bring Water from the cooling spring, And the voice thou lovest best Call the wanderer to his rest: God hath said,
6 November 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England