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ARRIVALS OF GRAIN AT NEWCASTLE FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUGUST 13.

ARRIVALS OF GRAIN AT NEWCASTLE FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUGUST 13.

Wheat. Rye. Bar. Matt. Oats. Beans. Peas. Coastwise 333 100 — „ foreign 400 |*« r *- Flour 1398 Sacks. Foreign Flour Barrels.
14 August 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Lord Grey has lingered in Scotland. Incense is sweet whencesoever it may arise; and, on the whole, it is pleasant

Lord Grey has lingered in Scotland. Incense is sweet whencesoever it may arise; and, on the whole, it is pleasant

to see Scotland grateful for political benefits. It is not often that nations pay the full amount the gratitude they owe to public men. But, after all, it is worth Lord Grey's while to inquire into the real character of the late dinner; into its origin, and the motives which led
27 September 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE, OP LORDS* Monday, May 21. The Marquis of BUTE presented petition from Greenock, praying for relief to the West India interest. The Earl of presented three petitions' against the new system of education in Ireland, and from the Orange Protestant Lixlge No. 07-', against th
26 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SALE, the SNOW, RIVAL, of Sunderland, Burthen Eight and a Half Keels of Coals, of Water, sails «JSj^.J&™f shifts without

SALE, the SNOW, RIVAL, of Sunderland, Burthen Eight and a Half Keels of Coals, of Water, sails «JSj^.J&™f shifts without

Ballast, and may sent Sea without any except Provisions, now laying at South wick. For Particulars apply Philip Laing, House—Sunderland, Feb., SOLD BY AUCTION; at the Commercial Hotel, Howard>' Street, North Shields, Friday, lath Day of February, 1836, at Three o'Clock in the Af
6 February 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO THE EIGHT HONOURABLE EARL GREY, Izc. Arc Heworth HoU, May 23rd. 1832. Mv Lord, —In the Report th» Debate,

TO THE EIGHT HONOURABLE EARL GREY, Izc. Arc Heworth HoU, May 23rd. 1832. Mv Lord, —In the Report th» Debate,

the second readin* of the Heform Bill, your Lordship represented to have odd, that, you would receive with conciliatory feeling any amendment, that might be proposed in Committee, net at variance with the principle of the Bill," therefore I take it for granted that your Lordship
26 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Whig Promises v. Performances.—The liberal Ministers talk finely, promise largely, nnd pledge themselves deeply—let any any man ask what the Whigs ever did to realize their boastings, to fulfil their promises, to redeem their pledges ?—Look at every attempt at legislation made t
26 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ENTRY OF MESSRS. BEAUMONT & ORD INTO HALTWHISTLE.

ENTRY OF MESSRS. BEAUMONT & ORD INTO HALTWHISTLE.

On Friday last, the 10th inst. Messrs. Beaumont and Ord made a public entry into Haltwbistle, and to do them justice pains had been spared on their part to collect a mob, but a more decided failure even they never had the mortification to experience. Early in the morning, numero
18 August 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
a GROOM, in November next. t j For Reference apply to the Editors the NE WCASTLE .7O RHA 1.. Newcastle,

a GROOM, in November next. t j For Reference apply to the Editors the NE WCASTLE .7O RHA 1.. Newcastle,

August 14th, 1032. WANTED, bvRICHD. FARRIXGTON and BROTHERS, an UPHOLSTERER, duly qualified to act as Foreman their Establishment, and whose Character for Honesty and Propriety Conduct will bear the strictest Investigation. Newcastle on Tyne, ldth August, 1832. immediately, mode
18 August 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the Shareholders shall have/tV c" lv«b- they may see proper, at £ public- me, in*-t. he called that purpose, appoint

the Shareholders shall have/tV c" lv«b- they may see proper, at £ public- me, in*-t. he called that purpose, appoint

body to examine into the state it« „•'' management, and to make 14. That the Bank shall have a lierk t h 2 each Proprietor for all demands U v have upon such Proprietor. ' 15. That order to extend the business of the Company a certain number shares shall reserved for i atnerent
18 August 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

fcr^^^w Kim. . . Or, ruosday his o,npanied by the usual great ..t state, proceeded from the PaUceat James s, to in uenui'i at ftt> reformed paUitunent. first Ids Majostv,on his w v• „ \'l and eve, t " c » „t °- * rd,> drey bearing the the Painted Chamber, rmi # Ladies in full dr
9 February 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England