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FROM FRIDAY’S GAZETTE, OCT. 12, 1832.

FROM FRIDAY’S GAZETTE, OCT. 12, 1832.

DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. John Wailing & Robert Knight Vorley, Bread street hill, City, drysalters—Charles Thomas, Bristol, corn factor. BANKRUPTB. To surrender at Hasinohall-strcef. John Mossman, M;«ulden, Bedfordshire, sheep dealer, Oct2G and Nov 23, at half past 10. Sol Wil
20 October 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The system of concession and conciliation, which e l nigh wrought its perfect work in Ireland, in Ai ln to

The system of concession and conciliation, which e l nigh wrought its perfect work in Ireland, in Ai ln to

the dilemma of" either submitting to h'fih °l power our natural enemies, or • arms for their re-conquest, is beginning its legitimate effects our Eastern and *~°hinies. \v-'^ ' K * system introduced dliani Bentinck, the first the new light whom the destinies our gig-ant ie -st-
28 November 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
We have elsewhere reviewed the wretched policy of our Whig rulers in reference to Portugal, and turning our attention to

We have elsewhere reviewed the wretched policy of our Whig rulers in reference to Portugal, and turning our attention to

Spain, the picture is equally revolting. The war in the North, which it was the boast Mendizabel, his accession to power, should be instantly terminated; is still raging without any. change the relative positions ofthe contending factions, and the government the kingdom is beset
28 November 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE ALMANACKS FOR 1836, THE ANNUALS FOR 1836, THE POCKET-BOOKS AND DIARIES FOR 1836, &c. &c. ARE NOW READY, AND

THE ALMANACKS FOR 1836, THE ANNUALS FOR 1836, THE POCKET-BOOKS AND DIARIES FOR 1836, &c. &c. ARE NOW READY, AND

MAY BE HAD JONATHAN WALTON, Pilgrim-Street, Newcastle, HO has constantly on Hand every Article in the BOOKSELLING and STATIONERY BUSINESSES, of the very best Quality, and on the very lowest Terms. BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS, and other DEVOTIONAL BOOKS. BOOKS, handsomely Bound, suitabl
28 November 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NORTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, INCORPORATED ROYAL CHARTER. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION. EDINBURGH BOARD. PRESIDENT. His Grace the Duke Sutherland. VICE-PRESIDE NTB. The

NORTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, INCORPORATED ROYAL CHARTER. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION. EDINBURGH BOARD. PRESIDENT. His Grace the Duke Sutherland. VICE-PRESIDE NTB. The

Marquess of Huntley. The Lord Viscount Melville. EXTRAORDINARY OiNJCCTOKS. Hon. Lord Moncrieff. Richard A. Oswald, Esq. M.P. Sir T. Dick Lauder, Bart, Colin Campbell, Esq. Hon. Lord Cunninghame. Win. R. Ramsay, Esq. G. M'Pherson Grant, Esq. Hon. Fox Maule, M.P. Henry Monteith, E
23 December 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC. The most extensive preparations aie going on in the Royal Dock-yards for fitting out numerous\essels war. The whole of the Cabinet Ministers, with the exception of Sir Edw. Knatchbull and Lord Ripon, are in town, and it is believed will not leave till after the accouch
23 October 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
purposely abstained last week from following up our remarks of the week before on the subject of Ireland and the

purposely abstained last week from following up our remarks of the week before on the subject of Ireland and the

Irish Government, as we wished to see more of Earl de Grey and Lord Eliot before venturing upon a decided opinion as to the character of their administration. We rejoice that did so, as circumstances have occurred since we last touched upon these matters, which have served to re
23 October 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHARITY AND RELIGIOUS NOTICES.

CHARITY AND RELIGIOUS NOTICES.

Mr. Stephen Waugh Wright has given a donation of £2. 2s. to the Newcastle Infirmary. J. W.Williamson, Esq. of hickham, has made a donation of Five Guineas to the Durham Infirmary. Mrs. John Cookson, of Ben well House, has become an annual subscriber of one guinea to the Newcastl
23 October 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

promised communication from Alnwick did not reach us last night, much to our disappointment. The communication of "John Thompson" is entitled to all respect, but we tear the publication of it would lead to a long and inconvenient controversy. The Poll Book.—lh answer to numerous
23 October 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATE SIR JOHN BAYLEY.

THE LATE SIR JOHN BAYLEY.

This estimable and learned judge, who yfm for twentyrive years the highest ornament of the bench, dated his lineage from Isaac Bayley, of Chesterton, in the county of Huntingdon, who the year 1732, married into branch of the famous Bigland family, of Bigland, in the county Lanca
23 October 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England