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nPO ME SOLD PRIVATE CON- A tract, nine STACKS WELL-WON OLD ami NEW LAND HAY. last and this Year's Growth,

nPO ME SOLD PRIVATE CON- A tract, nine STACKS WELL-WON OLD ami NEW LAND HAY. last and this Year's Growth,

now standing in a Field at rn-bTHEet All. HIIAM. For Particulars, of" Mr. G. C. Dixon, the Owner. Sadler-Street, Durham. TO LET, and entered upon Martinmas next, together or separately, the DWELLING-HOUSE and SHOP, at present occupied by the above Mr. Dixon, in Sadler-Street—Sep
12 October 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
We are sorry to observe that Mr. Attwood is spoiling his joke by attempting to make too much of it;

We are sorry to observe that Mr. Attwood is spoiling his joke by attempting to make too much of it;

we allude, of course, to his assumption that the English Tories are in league with the " Despots of the Continent," and that they contemplate the introduction of a. ltussian and Austrian army into this country' to put down the Hill, give power to the Duke of Wellington, and, in
8 December 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

AND DuRHAAI writs election were received tire Sheriffs of Northumberland and Durham, on day morning, and the elections for the counties, well as the various boroughs, will be held as follows For the Southern Division of Northumberland, Hexham, Monday the 17th inst. For the North
8 December 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

The Northumberland Fox-Hounds will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Cold Low Wood; Friday, the 14th, at Newton Underwood, each day ten o'clock. The Lambton Fox-Hounds will meet on Monday, Dec. 10, at Layton on Tuesday, the 11th, at on Thursday, the Eith, at Stotfield and Saturday, t
8 December 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET, SATURDAY, OCT. 0. Although had liberal supply of Wheat from the fanners this morning, and pretty fair arrival coastways, the market nevertheless improved fully per or. Our new Wheat was generally in very indifferent condition ; and the weather still contin
15 October 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MR. CRESSWELL, K. C.

MR. CRESSWELL, K. C.

We have great pleasure in learning that the merchant princes" of the Town of Liverpool have resolved upon calling into the field, in the Conservative interest, Mr. Cresswell, the leading Barrister in the Northern Circuit, and who, as our local readers know, is associated birth,
8 April 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHARITY AND PULPIT NOTICES.

CHARITY AND PULPIT NOTICES.

John Atkinson, Esq., has become Governor of the Newcastle Infirmary, subscribing £2. 2s. annually: William Henry Clarke, Iv"*?., Hexham House, has subscribed £1, is.; and the Weavers' Company, £1. Is. to the same charity. The Treasurer t/ielustiolvtion for Training EetnaleServan
16 August 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, August 12.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, August 12.

BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. William Crowther, Islington, apothecary—John Drage, Northamptonshire, horse dealer. bankruptcy; enlarged. Frederick Messenger, Liverpool, corn-merchant. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. Donald Mackinnon, Fitzroy street, wine merchant. HANKRUPTS. Francis Alven.
16 August 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The constitutional ministry being now completed, we have, as a matter for future reference, sel , another column an accurate

The constitutional ministry being now completed, we have, as a matter for future reference, sel , another column an accurate

list of the as Gazetted, giving the names of the new juxta position with those who have been y This has been deemed the more necessary portant, because, as will be seen on reference document itself; several changes, indispensab a work, have taken place during the castin S- parts
3 January 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE BISHOP OF EXETER,LORDJ.RUSSEL, AND THE CHURCH.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER,LORDJ.RUSSEL, AND THE CHURCH.

Lord John Russell, says the Standard, has attempted to answer the challenge the Bishop of Exeter inserted in the Journal of last week. Our readers will remember that Lord John, in his Totnes speech, made the following statement: the session which has just passed, there was one,
3 January 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England