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RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

Messrs. Wm. and Robt. Nicholson have become annual subscribers of one guinea to the Eye Infirmary. The General Soup Kitchen in this town was closed last week, having distributed during the winter upwards of 22,000 gallons of good soup to the poor. After a sermon preached in St.
14 April 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
If Mankind are liable to one disease more than another, if there are any particular affections of the human body,

If Mankind are liable to one disease more than another, if there are any particular affections of the human body,

we require to have a knowledge of over the rest, it is certainly that class of disorders treated of in the New and Improved Edition of " The Silent Friend." The Authors, t . us , sendin to the world another edition of their Medical Work, cannot refrain from expressing their grat
9 March 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

RO.M FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, August 17. BANKRUPTS. » TH & WILLIAM FRANCIS PATIENT, Ber- Ty «/ T tanners. . leath BISCOE, Great James Street, Lisson Grove, Marylebone, Road. Hornsey Road, Holloway, builder. . Yarmouth, carpenter. r, f,°. oKE WEI'.STEK, Street, and Church Passage, Road,
25 August 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

NEWCASTLE IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

IMPORTS INTO NEWCASTLE- UPON-TYNE Wick. Wickland Stockholm 392 barrels Ur, boarda, qiian - firewood, J and Co. Blenda, Olsseu, Gothenburg, general care'-. Caroline, Ilannansen, Kudkjobing, quantity oats —Pcrlen Gamst, Nakskov, quantity barley, Losh and ' Eliza, Bull, Kouen, 108
25 August 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

A regatta on a grand scale is to held SuuderpaTronage U » under distinguished Newcastle Summer Wrestling.—lt having been thought for some time past that summer wrestling at Newcastle, coming in its turn with those Tarn and Weardale, might be successful, the committee resolved th
25 August 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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THE LATEST MARKETS.

THE LATEST MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET —THIS A good supply of fanners' wheat ; the conditio' 1 ,)>'' U\ the greater part of the new crop was various, ranged from Jo's to per qr., being decline of *"fjr. since last Saturday. New south country also 1.*: , l , ''. ]''! but good demand. Old sorts, e
27 August 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE ART OF SINGING, In the Italian, German, French, English, and Sacred Styles. MISS EMILY GRANT BEGS to announce tbat

THE ART OF SINGING, In the Italian, German, French, English, and Sacred Styles. MISS EMILY GRANT BEGS to announce tbat

during her recent Visits to London and Paris she lias made Selections from the most distinguished Musical NoveUies of the Season, including the most Fashionable Drawing Room Compositions, to whic! shewillextend her Insrructions,according tothePrinciplesoi her distinguished Vocal
27 August 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Cramlington Poultry Show. —The first annual exhibition of poultry, pigeons, eggs, and song-birds, was held at Cramlington, on Saturday, in

Cramlington Poultry Show. —The first annual exhibition of poultry, pigeons, eggs, and song-birds, was held at Cramlington, on Saturday, in

a field belonging to Mr. Thomas Bell. The weather was propitious, and more numerous and varied assortment of poultry has certainly never before been exhibited in any village in the north of England. The attendance of visitors was numerous, and the committee made every arrangemen
16 May 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MODES DE PARIS. MRS. ROBSON announces to the Ladies her return from Paris. The SHOW-ROOMS are now open. BRITISH AIsD

MODES DE PARIS. MRS. ROBSON announces to the Ladies her return from Paris. The SHOW-ROOMS are now open. BRITISH AIsD

FOREIGN LACE MART, AND FRENCH MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 15, MOSLEY STREET, NEWCASTLE. " SUMMER FASHIONS. MR. DONKIN respectfully announces to the Ladies his Return from Paris, with variety of ELEGANT NOVELTIES MILLINERY, MANTLES, EMBROIDERIES, &c, &c. The SHOW ROOMS are now Open.
16 May 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
i S. DIXON, SHOE DEALER, & & his best thanks to the ! an d Public generally, for the very

i S. DIXON, SHOE DEALER, & & his best thanks to the ! an d Public generally, for the very

as 80 « "ceived, and begs his conse quence of the increasing demands Phcation SV more a «ention and Personal into Partn." W ? beBt npon it, has Attention, Business fif iNe C. W. Dixon, whose be satisfactory to ill „ nd Ex Penence, he hopes, will ned on under the Name of usiness
16 May 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England