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D A Y, A Tyne general ferry company, Incorporated 25 and 26 Vic., 1862. The Company's Steamers run between NEWCASTLE.

D A Y, A Tyne general ferry company, Incorporated 25 and 26 Vic., 1862. The Company's Steamers run between NEWCASTLE.

NORTH AND SOU H SIII ELD S. Calling all Intermediate Stations. At 7, 8, 8-30, 9, 9-30, 10, 10*30, 11, 12, 12*30 a.m" 1,1*30, 2"30, 3, 3"30, 4, 4*30, 5, 5'30, 6, 6'30 p.M. Fare—To Shields, 2d. Every Morning Two Boats leaves Newcastle and Shields 5 and 5 "30 A.M. for Working Men.
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A R G A .1 N S * U ooffe^£) T METAL TORKg. to., «t J. WEIGHTS, J)IXON'S Celebrated Boots

A R G A .1 N S * U ooffe^£) T METAL TORKg. to., «t J. WEIGHTS, J)IXON'S Celebrated Boots

and Shoes, The Largest and Best Stock, 335 60 ' re V Street, Newcastle. THIS DAY. JQUNN & GO.'S SALE OF CHEAP REMNANTS, 518 EVERY MONDAY. YiEXHAM NURSERIES. rPHE Proprietor has to offer a large Stock of FOREST -L TREES, &c., of every description, for present Planting. Also, ORNA
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Military Establishment of England. By W. H. fl. A<famZ MEMOIRS OF NEARLY 100 BRITISH GENERALS. "The First Royals"—The Thirty Years'

Military Establishment of England. By W. H. fl. A<famZ MEMOIRS OF NEARLY 100 BRITISH GENERALS. "The First Royals"—The Thirty Years'

War—Battles of Leipzig, Blenheim, Ramillias, Calloden,Corunna, Qua "The 8 ' Buffs"—Bergen-op-Zoom—Marlborough's Successes— : Passage of the Douio under Wellington—Gallant Lake ber" The King's Own."-Battle the Boyno-Tlie Walcheren Expedition- A of Yictories-The American War, 44 R
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TYNE STEAM SHIPPING COMPANY (LIMITED). NEWCASTLE AND LONDON. . t- „ line Iron Screw Steam . JL ADMIRAL, Captain Cay

TYNE STEAM SHIPPING COMPANY (LIMITED). NEWCASTLE AND LONDON. . t- „ line Iron Screw Steam . JL ADMIRAL, Captain Cay

; DRAGOON Capt. Jaques ; SENTINEL, Capt. Csack- BRIGADIER, Capt.Murray; other Vessels leave LONDON WHARF, North Shore, Newcastle, asfollows (Weather, &c., permitting): — Wednesdav March 29 Morning. Returning trom lrongate Steam Wharf the Tower) London, every WEDNESDAY&SAIURDAY I
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
r\R. RICORD'S ESSENCE of LIFE manhood to the most shattered constitutions l y weeks. Failure is impossible. Its effects are

r\R. RICORD'S ESSENCE of LIFE manhood to the most shattered constitutions l y weeks. Failure is impossible. Its effects are

permanent* consultation necessary.—Sold in Cases, with full at lis., or four quantities for 335., sent aEywhere, cal y, packed, on receipt of remittance or stamps.—Sole PROUT and Co., 229, Strand, near Temple Bar. FIRST INTRODUCED IN 1842. . BROWN AND PATENT POWDER STA BEST QUAL
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
births, marriages, and deaths births! At 54, Clayton Street, on the 23rd inst., the wife of Mr John Atkinson, draper,

births, marriages, and deaths births! At 54, Clayton Street, on the 23rd inst., the wife of Mr John Atkinson, draper,

daughter. At Alnwick* the wife of John J as. Hardy, Esq., coroner, of a son.—On the 18th inst., the wife of Mr. Stott, gardener, of At Longhonghton, the wife of Mr. William Elder, farmer, of a bod. MARRIAGES. At St. Peter's Church, North Shields, on the 25th mst., by the Rev. H.
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA IN NEWCASTLE.

OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA IN NEWCASTLE.

OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA NEWCASTLE. It is seldom this epidemic lias prevailed on the Continent and reached Hamburgh that England has escaped, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne has been on this occasion the first, as it was 1832 and 1848 among the first, to suffer. The disease which has assumed
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TATTERSALL’S Monday, Sept. 5.

TATTERSALL’S Monday, Sept. 5.

nothing definite transpired about tneniiu «! Leger, but if be said that 6 to would have been taken, hig position w'ill be d . that cated. Sittingbourne and The „ ive r wSata5 heavily backed—the former at to 2 and the latter and 8 to 1; 5000 even, or any part thereof," offered Th
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TATTERSALL’S, Thursday, Sept. 8.

TATTERSALL’S, Thursday, Sept. 8.

The room was only thinly attended, and very little progress was made in settling the Warwick accounts and in comparing bets on the St. Leger. Business was altogether remarkably slow. The favourite for the St. Leger appeared to have, slightly, the call of the field. King Pepin wa
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MANCHESTER—TUESDAY.

MANCHESTER—TUESDAY.

ST. LEGER. 210 to 200 on West Australian I 7to 1 Rataplan—taken 4to 1 agst Sittingbourne—tk. |9to 1 agst The Reiver—taken GREAT YORKSHIRE HANDICAP. 10 to 1 agst Heapy—taken I 12 to 1 agst Haco—taken 10 to 1 agst B. Scnool Miss—tk. CESAREWITCH STAKES. 30 1 agst Winter—taken 50 to
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England