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POETRY. s::eing the portrait of my lost SISTER. Yes.' as I mourn thee, Memory bears My spirit far away, scenes

POETRY. s::eing the portrait of my lost SISTER. Yes.' as I mourn thee, Memory bears My spirit far away, scenes

that tilled onr Spring-time years. When thou wert bright as they. Again, 1 wander 'mid flowers We tended in our childhood, And live once more those happy hours We wasted in the wild wood. Sweet thoughts awake that long had slept, And feelings gush along, Like those that round my
26 August 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I'ANSON & FINNEY, NURSERY AND SEEDSMEN, GATESHEAD, BEG to inform their Friends and the Public, that | it their intention

I'ANSON & FINNEY, NURSERY AND SEEDSMEN, GATESHEAD, BEG to inform their Friends and the Public, that | it their intention

in future to OPEN THEIR SHOP No. 46, in the Groat Market, Newcastle, every ' Week Day, and that they have lately made such Alterations j therein as will enable them to keep a large Supply of every Description VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS, AGRICULTURAL SEEDS, and all Kinds of TOOLS
22 February 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

Captain James Giencairn Burns, youngest son of the Scottish bard, has been promoted to'the rank Major the East India Company's service Th"Rev. Frank George Hop wood, second son of Robert Gregge Hop wood, Esq., Hop wood Hall, and grandson of John, fifth Viscount Turlington, was m
20 June 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ASSEMBLY ROOMS. Newcastle, Oct. oth, 1832. rip Committee of Hie Proprietors beg Leave to inform the Public, that the MASTER

ASSEMBLY ROOMS. Newcastle, Oct. oth, 1832. rip Committee of Hie Proprietors beg Leave to inform the Public, that the MASTER

THE CEREMONIES' BALL fixed for Thursday 25th Instant, in the Large AsSEMBt.Y- Room, the Doors of which will opened Nine o'Clock precisely. , . ~ Tickets to be had of Capt. Ellis, at the Assembly- Rooms By Order of the Committee, ROBERT GILLS, Secretary. TVORAMA in the ROYAL ARCA
13 October 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO ItOAD MAKERS AND BUILDERS. TONS and upwards of DUNDEE V WHINSTONES, fit for Road Making, &f., now lying on

TO ItOAD MAKERS AND BUILDERS. TONS and upwards of DUNDEE V WHINSTONES, fit for Road Making, &f., now lying on

Wallsend Quay, and can be delivered at any Fart of tbe Kiver by Craft. Also, on Sale, a Quantity of LYME REGIS LIME STONE, superior to Cement for setting under Water, for Docks, Rridges, Quays, &c. The Kirns,are now burning Limestone, and a Supply is constantly (\n Hand. Apply t
21 January 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A pOR SALE the good Snow MARTHA, j Tons per Register, built at Harwich iv '•' l' i:, -l His

A pOR SALE the good Snow MARTHA, j Tons per Register, built at Harwich iv '•' l' i:, -l His

.Majesty's Service; carries Keels j l s t Feet Water; shifts without Ballast. Hull and Materials are in a good State, will only require Provisions to proceed to Sea now lying upon tlie Ground near the Steam Ferry Landing, South Shields. For Inventories and further Particulars ap
21 January 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TIME OF HIGH WATER.

TIME OF HIGH WATER.

DAYS. I KK\rCABTI.K. SHIELDS. >OTNDERLAND. NOVEMBER. v. B. M. Saturday. 30, ll 12 n'i 24 m I.', 34 mo Sunday. Dec. 1 11 11 3 Monday, 2. 132 1 51 12 il2 12 32 Tuesday, 3,- X 8 226\12 116 1 *$ Wednesday. 4, 2 310 1 :«i 2 1 ffl I hursday. 328! 3 52 218; 2 252 Friday,6, n.m 38;3 28
30 November 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OWEN THE SOCIALIST AND HIS PATRONS.

OWEN THE SOCIALIST AND HIS PATRONS.

Among the many happy results which we anticipate, says the Standard, from the proposed marriage of the Queen, it certainly is not the least, that her future husband our Sovereign will have protector from those insults to which every woman, whatever her condition, is exposed; and
30 November 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CROFT WINTKR BALLTHERE will be a BALL at Mr. Emerson S, Spa Hotel, Croft, on Friday the Uth of December,

CROFT WINTKR BALLTHERE will be a BALL at Mr. Emerson S, Spa Hotel, Croft, on Friday the Uth of December,

Tea DANCING TO COMMENCE NINE O CLOCK. Croft, 23rd November, 1839. CLASSICAL & CIIESTER-LE-STREEI. "it R WILKINSON begs to announce to his Friends and the Public, that he can Accommodate Two Young Gentlemen as Boarders after the CJuMUaa Vacation, which terminates the 13th January
30 November 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ROBERT SM VILE, WOOLLEN DRAPER AND TAILOR IN returning his best Thanks to his many Friends and the Public generally,

ROBERT SM VILE, WOOLLEN DRAPER AND TAILOR IN returning his best Thanks to his many Friends and the Public generally,

for the liberal Patronage has received during tbe many Years he has been iv Business, respectfully informs them, that on cam nt the Union Bank requiringhis Shop, No. 40, Mosi.EV Street, has REMOVED TO No. 1, BIGG MARKET, TWO DOORS BELOW THE HALF MOON, where trusts strict Attenti
30 November 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England