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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Feb. 9. BANKRUPTS. JOHN ANDREWS CLARKE and JOSEPH DAVISON, Cheapside, warehousemen, Feb. 20 at half-past 1, and March 27 at 12. Sols. Messrs Reed, Langford, and Marsden, Friday street, Cheapside ; Official Assignee, Mr Graham. JOSHUA MONCKTON, King street,
17 February 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

The last accounts from Sebastopol contain unmistakeable evidence that, in the ssidst of the sickness end sufferings of our troops, the operations of the siege have gradually assumed more decisive character, and that the attack upon the town is likely to be soon recommenced. Our
17 February 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUNDERLAND HARBOUR AND DOCKS.

SUNDERLAND HARBOUR AND DOCKS.

The difference which haa recently existed between the River Wear Commissioners and the Directors of the Sunderland Dock his been arranged to the satisfaction of all parties, and a parliamentary contest has, display of good feeling and moderation on both sides, been avoided. Some
17 February 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE LET, IMMEDIATELY, A HOUSE and SPIRIT BAR, situate in Nun Street, Newcastle. For Particulars, apply to Mr. Wm.

TO BE LET, IMMEDIATELY, A HOUSE and SPIRIT BAR, situate in Nun Street, Newcastle. For Particulars, apply to Mr. Wm.

Foggik, Joiner, Green Court, Newgate Street. IMPORTANT AND EXTENSIVE SALE OF PICTURES. MR. PETER ANDERSON will SELL BY AUCTION on the Premises, No. 42, Clayton Street, (in the Shop formerly occupied by Mr. Russell,) at Seven o'Clock this Evening, February 17th, and every Evening
17 February 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The Emperor of Austria returned to Vienna on Tuesday evening from his journey into GalJicia, and was received with great ceremony. A letter of the 24th ult. from the Crimea, in the Moniteur, states that the death of the celebrated Circassian chief Schayml, appeared to be positiv
14 July 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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DESPATCHES FROM THE BALTIC FLEET.

DESPATCHES FROM THE BALTIC FLEET.

Admiralty, July 10. Despatches, of which the following are copies extracts, have been received from Rear-Admiral the Hon. R. S. Dundas, Commander-in-Chief of Her Majesty's ships and vessels on the Baltic Station :— Duke of Wellington, at anchor off Tolbouliiß Lighthouse, July 2,
14 July 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ANTIQUARIAN DISCOVERIES IN NORTHUMBERLAND.

ANTIQUARIAN DISCOVERIES IN NORTHUMBERLAND.

About three years ago extensive series of explorations were made in the Roman camp of Bremenium, the modern High Rochester, direction of the Duke of Northumberland. This military city is situated in a wild and desolate region, about twenty miles to the north of the famous Roman
14 July 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855. The Cabinet still remains incomplete. by the conflicting claims of members of his

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855. The Cabinet still remains incomplete. by the conflicting claims of members of his

own bete geneous party, the Premier has stepped beyond narrow pale of party exclusiveness, and sought list Lord Stanley in his ranks as Colonial Secretary' It must be owned that a better choice could scarc c ■> be made but it was impossible that that able y ' \ nobleman |could c
10 November 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Descendexts of Dr. Johnson and Defoe.—Walter Savage Landor has, in published letter, made an urgent appeal for penny subscription to

Descendexts of Dr. Johnson and Defoe.—Walter Savage Landor has, in published letter, made an urgent appeal for penny subscription to

rescue from poverty James Defoe, aged 77, of Kennington, great grandson of Daniel Defoe, the author of " Robinson Crusoeand Thos. Carlyle, Chas. Dickens, John Forster, Sic. have also made appeal to the public for subscriptions—say to the amount of £400—to purchase an annuity for
10 November 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HORN I MAN & CO.'S PURE UN COLOURED TEA. Dr states, The Uncoloured Teas een by me in the Docks,

HORN I MAN & CO.'S PURE UN COLOURED TEA. Dr states, The Uncoloured Teas een by me in the Docks,

" imported by & Co. London, are easily distinguishable " from tho usual coloured sorts ; the Green, being free from tue " artificial blueish facing, of an olive hue, and the Black has not " that intensely black appearance often seen ; both kinds are ure '* and Wholesome." HORNIM
10 November 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England