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Cathedral and Collegiate Churches.—A parliamentary return, obtained by Mr. Ewart, M.P., shows that the total payments made to the Ecclesiastical

Cathedral and Collegiate Churches.—A parliamentary return, obtained by Mr. Ewart, M.P., shows that the total payments made to the Ecclesiastical

Commissioners for England on account of any suspended stalls in the cathedral and collegiate churches of England and Wales since the 20th of January, 1855, amount to £66,038, including £12,155 from Windsor, £9,849 from Westminster, from Canterbury, £9,109 from Durham, £3,227 fro
5 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS.

♦— Prince Napoleon reached Stockholm on the Bth inst. on his return from his northern expedition, which is abandoned for this year, after reaching Bergen, where the season was found to be too far advanced to prosecute the voyage. The insurrectionary movement in Neufchatel, thoug
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Lord Londesborougb has offered 6,000 guineas for the Flying Dutchman; but has been refused, as it is not intended he should quit tbe Rawcliffe paddocks. H. Clasper, with three watermen of the Tyne, has accepted the challenge of H. Kelly and his crew, of the Thames, to row a four
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JMARSTON'S LIBRARY, Mosley Street, * Newcastle. All Works of Interest are added as soon as Published; also Reviews, Magazines, and

JMARSTON'S LIBRARY, Mosley Street, * Newcastle. All Works of Interest are added as soon as Published; also Reviews, Magazines, and

Periodicals. Year, 165.; Half-year, 95.; Quarter, ss. LOST, at Morpeth, on the 3rd Inst. CUR j DOG ; Ruff, Black Hair on the Back, with Tan'd Legs, and Prick Ears ; answers to the Name of Moss." Whoever Can give Information of the same (so that he may begot), Mr. Geo. Bonner, Pa
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GARDENING AND AGRICULTURE.

GARDENING AND AGRICULTURE.

PLANT DE PA RTM ENT.— Conservatory, <ye.-The beauty of most soft-wooded plants here may considerably prolonged by the use of weak manure water, which should be eivenaS often as can be done conveniently. Indeed such things Achimenes, Clerodendrons, &c. may be had in full beauty f
12 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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THE DINNER.

THE DINNER.

The directors and their friends sat down four o'clock to sumptuous banquet provided at Mr. Turner's, the King's Head Hotel, Darlington. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Thos. Witham, Chairman of the company, supported on the right by his Grace the Duke of Cleveland, Major Grey
12 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PROPOSED SEE OF NORTHUMBERLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SIR,—In addition to " Layman," I find I have

PROPOSED SEE OF NORTHUMBERLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SIR,—In addition to " Layman," I find I have

two other antagonists, " Peipetual Curate," and a gentleman, whose nom guerre appears to represent a negative quantity. His signature is an example of what, in Oxford, in days of logic, we used to call perfect dichotomy. However, his letter (although sufficiently hard upon me) i
12 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COURT AND FASHIONABLE LIFE.

COURT AND FASHIONABLE LIFE.

His Grace the Duke of Northumberland and Lord and Lady Rokeby formed part of the distinguished dinner party, invited her Majesty on Monday, to meet the King of the Belgians and other royal and illustrious guests. The Earl and Countess of Zetland arrived in town on Saturday, from
12 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

The Hon. F. Lavvley and Mr. J. M. Stanley, being unable to continue their establishments on the turf, have retired to the continent. Mr. Stanley's liabilities are stated to be no less than £80,000. The long-pending action, commenced Mr. Pedley against Lord John Scott, to recover
12 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

A Letter lies at the office of this journal for L.M.M." Parties applying for information respecting Aavertisenie ., when the reply has to be transmitted by post, are reque» l ed to enclose a stamped envelope.
12 July 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England