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SOUTH DURHAM FESTIVAL, IN HONOUR OF JAMES FARRES, ESQ.

SOUTH DURHAM FESTIVAL, IN HONOUR OF JAMES FARRES, ESQ.

The Conservatives of the County Durham had a brilliant meeting at Darlington, on Monday last, in honour of James Farrer, Esq. who so nobly, at the late election, contested the representation of the Southern Division ot that County, with the brace of " liberal" nominees put forwa
14 August 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
REPORT OF THE AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE.

REPORT OF THE AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE.

The Select Committee of the House of Commons, which was appointed the of May, To inquire into the present state agriculture, and persons employed in agriculture the United Kingdom, ' made their report to the House on the 2d of August, and we are now enabled to lay before our rea
21 September 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

-j» . r> FISHERY —PETERHEAD, July 19.—Arrived this OREENLA _ gnip Glearier> Martin, from the Greenland evening. whic she left on Sunday, the 10th inst. She had whale fis"« d 6130 Keals> about tuns of oil. From the sub• the fishery, furnished Capt. Martin, will be Jom the whale"
30 July 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EXPENDITURE OF MUNICIPAL BOROUGHS.

EXPENDITURE OF MUNICIPAL BOROUGHS.

Ihe usual return made to Parliament of monies received and expended on account of certain boroughs in England and Wales, in 1840-41, pursuant to the Acts b' and Will. IV. c. 104, and 1 Vict. c. has just been published aud from this document we extract the following relating to t
30 July 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
i\/TESSRS. SM will offei ' for SALE Rooms. Royal Arcade, Newcastle, on Thursday K fii4day tht • 4th and sth

i\/TESSRS. SM will offei ' for SALE Rooms. Royal Arcade, Newcastle, on Thursday K fii4day tht • 4th and sth

August, at Eleven o'Clock in the ForerhSen, The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of a Establishment, (removed for Convenience of Sale), comprising Sideboard, Dining, Loo, Card, Pembroke, and occasional Tables, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Easy, and other Chairs, Sofas, &c. several excellent Fr
30 July 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. At London, at Carlton Hou»e-terrac«, the 85th Lady Ridley, of son. , , , Kma _ l t. _

BIRTHS. At London, at Carlton Hou»e-terrac«, the 85th Lady Ridley, of son. , , , Kma _ l t. _

Seghill, on the inst. the lady of Charles Carr, Esq. daughter. ... At Harewood-hill, Darlington, on the STth inst. the wife of I Joseph Forster, Esq. of daughter. Temple Sowerby, on the 25th inst. the wif» W. Saunders, Esq. of son. MARK AGES. At St. John's Church, in this town,
30 July 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Share Market.—There has been an improvement in the railway share market since tins . day week though no great

The Share Market.—There has been an improvement in the railway share market since tins . day week though no great

amount of business has beeU « cither in town com. try marts. Several ot the ead.ng lines quoted at higher figures, and upon the wholei him, anticipating a further advance as the spring progresses. The Money Market.—fhere lias been decided improvement in money and commerciall aff
27 March 1847 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FINANCIAL AND MONETARY AFFAIRS. Anothei■ Thursday lias passed without any further uetion the purl at" the Bank f England in

FINANCIAL AND MONETARY AFFAIRS. Anothei■ Thursday lias passed without any further uetion the purl at" the Bank f England in

tl "' raising the of interest* » hi,1 was pre-I dtcated with much confidence some London cootempor«riB»i which, upon i»forn»»tH»ni was discredited m ihe JattmU. The Money Mark' -i tropali- combines well »»■' *JJ" were readily procurable on comparatively «W terms upon good OontUi
27 March 1847 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE POTATO DISEASE MAY NOW BE ANNIHILATED. AGRICULTURISTS and others of Great Britain and Ireland, are hereby informed that their

THE POTATO DISEASE MAY NOW BE ANNIHILATED. AGRICULTURISTS and others of Great Britain and Ireland, are hereby informed that their

Potato Crops may now be preserved from future Attacks of the Disease. The Advertiser having ascertained its true Cause, and certain Remedy, prepared to take the Superintendence of the Culture of the Potato, and secure to the Crops Freedom from Disease. The means for Prevention m
27 March 1847 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GRAND BALL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1847. ADAME SUINGLE bas the Honour to' announce, that her FIRST BALL in Newcastle-

GRAND BALL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1847. ADAME SUINGLE bas the Honour to' announce, that her FIRST BALL in Newcastle-

upon-Tvne, will take place in the Assembly Rooms, ,' April 28th, 1847. . „ At the express Desire of the Parents of her Pupils, Madame Suingle' will continue her Classes at the Victoria , Rooms during the Summer. The Quarter commencing from the first Lesson. Madame Suingle takes
27 March 1847 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England