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MR. WM. CANDLISII, Surgeon, Ayre's Quay, begs to inform his Friends that he has taken Mr. FRASER, Licentiate of the

MR. WM. CANDLISII, Surgeon, Ayre's Quay, begs to inform his Friends that he has taken Mr. FRASER, Licentiate of the

Royal College of Surgeons, into Partnership, and the Firiii will hereafter be CANDLISH & FRASER. Ayre's Quay Villa, Sunderland, lst August, 1840. pure water! RAIN WATER, or the WATER supplied by the present Company, rendered completely Pure, as Clear as Crystal, and perfectly Cl
15 August 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The city of Durham was visited on Monday last Mr. Green, architect, of this town, for the purpose oi making

The city of Durham was visited on Monday last Mr. Green, architect, of this town, for the purpose oi making

a survey, to enable him to report a. to the eligible situation for a new market.
29 December 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. In Eldon-place. in this town, on the 29th ult. the wife C this town, on the inst. Mr* Ja

BIRTHS. In Eldon-place. in this town, on the 29th ult. the wife C this town, on the inst. Mr* Ja

T v„"street': on'the 31st ult. the wife of Henry Kenyon. E At ifeageleyfoTthe 27th inst. the Lady of R. Carr, Esq. of S °At Middleton, near Leeds, on the ult. Mrs. Embleton, MTOnop-Weannoßthi on the 28thult. in Villiers-street, the Lady J. W. Collingwood, Esq. surgeon, of sop. A
3 September 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE RACING CALENDAR—RACES TO COME.

THE RACING CALENDAR—RACES TO COME.

. The Racing Calendar for 1839, forming volume the 67th of that publication, has just appeared. In addition to its usual i mass ot interesting matter, an index is this year added to the horses engaged mentioned, as the dead as well as living have then- place, Craven Meeting pres
22 February 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OVERLAND JOURNEY TO INDIA.

OVERLAND JOURNEY TO INDIA.

The passage to India, formerly attended with so much wearisomeness and fatigue, may now becailed an affair of pleasure, for, instead long and tedious voyage round the Cape Good Hope, one may visit many places of wellknown interest. Since our departure from London, says recent tr
22 February 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Lord Brougham pursues his career of quackery mountebankism with more than his accustomed energy Not a dinner of any kind

Lord Brougham pursues his career of quackery mountebankism with more than his accustomed energy Not a dinner of any kind

is advertised to be given* tM he does not set all his agents to work get appointed chairman. "We never saw any one his Lordship in this particular, (says the Times, 1 J strain of admirable sarcasm) unless it be third-rate actor, now deceased, who, whenever 'out of an engagement,
20 June 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GIBSON, House and Glass Painter, . Imitator, of Woods, Marbles, Embossed Papers, Moroccos, &c, begs to inform Connossieurs the Fine

GIBSON, House and Glass Painter, . Imitator, of Woods, Marbles, Embossed Papers, Moroccos, &c, begs to inform Connossieurs the Fine

Arts, that having remover! a Portion of his Pictures to distant Town, the remainder of his valuable* Collection, together with some recent Additions, will continue for Sale at Newgate-Street, Newcastle. EDUCATION. Bent-House, the County of Durham. rpHE Duties of MISSES FORSYTHS'
20 June 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
0f er, we can neither we St no t W g * s - the first there no »eral belief

0f er, we can neither we St no t W g * s - the first there no »eral belief

that not only the wt: sat^^^fe-s ' {•obtaining for Her Majesty 11? Mm sters cannot but feel conscioii?ffi? "J"* her ■trfiSng. On this latter point we the moan - S hut the fact that few families ° pilU res attend Her Majesty's escape attention. People who ha, ' 18 t0 notorious to
18 July 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ON SALE, A CARGO OF SWEDISH TAR. BALTIC DEALS. BATTENS and DEAL ENDS. DANZIG DECK DEALS. CHRISTIAN ALLHUSEN CO., 5,

ON SALE, A CARGO OF SWEDISH TAR. BALTIC DEALS. BATTENS and DEAL ENDS. DANZIG DECK DEALS. CHRISTIAN ALLHUSEN CO., 5,

Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. TO MASONS, BUILDERS, &c. TO BE LET, on Thursday, 23rd July, at Twelve o'Clock, the BUILDING of a NUMBER of COTTAGES Crag-Head Colliery, near Chester-le- Street. The Contractors to find all Materials. A Specification of the Work may be seen on Appli
18 July 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GATESHEAD AGAIN!

GATESHEAD AGAIN!

The effects of that Radical Refbi-m," which chiefly Characterised the Parliamentary Session of LJ.'io, are lamentably displayed ia the Corporation Gateshead, as find their proceedings reported in the columns of our contemporaries. deem just, nevertheless, to record that the scen
2 April 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England