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FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 2.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 2.

V J? '* I"! i'stol! ess : Crown Inn, Dorset. Stm 1001 c, and Messrs Co, chancery In' 0; „,.„,„ not oo ~„H JOHN IKH.ME, Winston, Lancashire, stonebwob, Oct and Nov*at 1. OA Clarendon .H.nis. I.iver,..H>l So.s and Remberton. I'reston : and Messrs Co, Bedford row. DIVIDENDS. oetobe
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON COLONIAL & FOREIGN PRODUCE MARKETS.

LONDON COLONIAL & FOREIGN PRODUCE MARKETS.

(From tin •Mercantile. our nal Tuesday.) - SUGAR.—The brisk demand which prevailed all last week ''. Raw Sugar wa; not continued to day, aud in the W. I. market little business was done, owing chiefly to the large public however material change in prices was manifest; hhds. Ba b
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ST. NICHOLAS' CHURCH, NEWCASTLE.

ST. NICHOLAS' CHURCH, NEWCASTLE.

Newcastle, says Correspondent the Morning Post, possesses one of the most beautiful steeples the world !— that of St. Nicholas. The lightness and elegance of its style not merely admirable—'tis delightful, 'tis entrancing, 'tis quite sufficient to induce you to fall in love with
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO DRAPERS, BE DISPOSED OF, the Old-estahlisiied Linen and Woollen Drapery, Wine and Spirit Business of M. Tayloii Son, Morpeth.

TO DRAPERS, BE DISPOSED OF, the Old-estahlisiied Linen and Woollen Drapery, Wine and Spirit Business of M. Tayloii Son, Morpeth.

Immediate Possession may had. The DRAPERY STOCK of M. Taylor Son will be SOLD OFF under Prime Cost the Course of short Time, if not disposed to the Trade. Morpeth, lltb October, 1838. TO BE LET. A VALUABLE SEAM OF FIRE CLA V, at Bensham, the East Side ofthe Middle Flat Private C
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BELLMAN .TEMMY.*—A NEW SONG. Tutu— Boy Tammy. Where hae been aw the morn, My IJ. Jemmy, Where brcnaw the morn,

BELLMAN .TEMMY.*—A NEW SONG. Tutu— Boy Tammy. Where hae been aw the morn, My IJ. Jemmy, Where brcnaw the morn,

Jemmy Upauddo the town I've been, " Calling" lor our Aldermen, For none them were to be seen,— We thought them lost, ma hinney. Who |*r*4 ye round the town eae My Bellman Jemmy ? The] t;.k ye're bell and gown away, My Bellman Jemmy 1— The Court o' Conscience was set, Alderman wa
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AGRICULTURE—STATE OF THE CORN TRADE.

AGRICULTURE—STATE OF THE CORN TRADE.

The December number " Blackwood's Quarterly Journal Agriculture" has just made i ts appearance, is, as usual, full sound practical information, which claims the attention every right thinking Englishman. On the subject of the state of Agriculture, a judicious wnterstates : Since
10 December 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WHIG PATRONAGE.

WHIG PATRONAGE.

On the 9th February in the present year Sihthorp moved tor " Return of ail the Commissions that have been issued the number and names of Comm ssioners, Secretaries, Clerks, and other persons attached each; and if employed individually in more than one Commission, in what number
10 December 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CANADIAN MISSIONS.

CANADIAN MISSIONS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sir,—l have to request you will insert in the Journal, for the information of the friends of the Bishop Quebec's Travelling ."Mission Fund, the copy 0 f a letter " hich I received two days ago, from our Missionary in the London District of
10 December 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET. TUESDAY, DEC. C>. our market to day the fresh supply of Wheat small, but mostly very soft, and it sold slowly the terms of Saturday Eor both fine Norfolk and Suffolk, new or old, there appeared a tolerably free demand but the stock hand is greatly reduced,
10 December 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Assembly Rooms, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, December, 1836. FIRST TWO WINTER ASSEMBLIES will he held in the Assembly Rooms on— Thursday Evening, 15th

Assembly Rooms, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, December, 1836. FIRST TWO WINTER ASSEMBLIES will he held in the Assembly Rooms on— Thursday Evening, 15th

December Instant; Thursday Evening, sth January, 1837. Ticket* ss. for each Assembly, Tea included. Order of the Committee, ROBT. GILLS, Secretary. BORERS WANTED IN LANARKSHIRE. Apply to Mr. Dinning, at Mr. Richardson's Offices, the Arcade, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. WANTED, in a Fami
10 December 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England