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THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL.

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL.

SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1850. I, "**~ e exceedingly glad to find that Mr. D'lsraeli taken to expose the hollowness and insinh'^V John Russell's motion for select "tte e , to take into consideration the subject of salaries ; and, tbat he has placed in tbe notice S£,*«e following reso
13 April 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE MARQUESS OF LONDONDERRY AND HIS TENANTRY.

THE MARQUESS OF LONDONDERRY AND HIS TENANTRY.

The Marquess of Londonderry, accompanied by his son, Lord Ernest Vane ; his kinsman, John V. Stewart, of Rockhill, Esq.; and his agent, Mr. Hannyngton, paid a visit on Tuesday week to his tenantry on the estate of Tully, County of Londonderry, who were assembled to receive him.
26 October 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TIME OF HIGH WATER.

TIME OF HIGH WATER.

DAYS NBWCABTLB. , BHIKLDB. f " Jir<* Morn. .Ew* OCTOBER. ' H. M. M. H. M. H. M. : « Saturday, 26 14 40 Sunday, 822j8 ! 7 7 JJj I,g Monday, 23 918 3 , ffl Tuesday 29 10 26 11 3 9 9\ Wednesday, 30.... 11 112 19 '10 26 4!J? Thursday, 31 12 1 15 42 0 J*!, |fl J' y. 18 12 Saturday, 2
26 October 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Returns f» ending Oct. 12, 1850 (Length of *I iine 60 nines; •.. to gers £761. ss. lid.; Merchandize £1487. 9»--£2248. 15s. 3d. Corresponding week last year * 6d. Increase £212. lis. 9d. York, Newcastle, and Berwick Railway Week ending Oct. 20, 185
26 October 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

Want of space compels to postpone the Smoke Nuisance," as well several other
26 October 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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OCTOBER CIRCULAR. TO THE INHABITANTS OF NEWCASTLE, AND THE CLERGY, GENTRY, AND FAMILIES NORTHUMBERLAND AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. TEA is so

OCTOBER CIRCULAR. TO THE INHABITANTS OF NEWCASTLE, AND THE CLERGY, GENTRY, AND FAMILIES NORTHUMBERLAND AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. TEA is so

identified with the ordinary requirements of life, as to render its price object of consideration to all classes of society. It is gratifying to announce that the consumption of Tea in these Kingdoms is rapidly on the increase ; affording proofs that temperate habits, combined w
26 October 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Meat and Cattle Markets, Fairs, &c.

Meat and Cattle Markets, Fairs, &c.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET—MONDAY. May 12. A fair average time of year supply of foreign stock arrived in the port of London last week, viz. 1,923 head. During the corresponding period In 1850 was received ; in 1849, 1,486 in 1848, 2,434 ; and 1847, 1,928 head. IMPORTS INTO LONDON
17 May 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE RACES.

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE RACES.

MONDAY, June 23. The Convivial Stakes of 10 soys. each, r. ft. and if declared ' Thursday the 29th of May, with 100 added. start the New Post UOO yards from home) and go once round 121 subs.) st.lb. Age. st.lb. Age. 8 Maid of 6 12 Langton 8 0 Vanguard The Oxford Bluo 4 7 Snowsto
17 May 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

The Queen has granted permission to Mr. Owen, the pro fessor of Comparative Anatomy at the College of Surgeons, o reside one of the houses on Green, which be- longed to the late King of Hanover ; another of the houses m the same green has been presented for a residence during ■f
24 January 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ON CORN RENTS.

ON CORN RENTS.

The desire universally prevalent among the agricultural interest for the adoption of a new rental, on a more equitable and satisfactory basis, as between landlord and tenant, is a natural consequence of the great depression in the price of agricultural produce ; and amid the dif
24 January 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England