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The Ganges, Dufheld, from hence for Havre, was yesterday assisted into Harwich, leaky, smacks, part of cargo thrown overboard, and

The Ganges, Dufheld, from hence for Havre, was yesterday assisted into Harwich, leaky, smacks, part of cargo thrown overboard, and

with loss of "anchor and chain, having been on the Long Sand. The Edward Oliver, Winter, from London for Rio Janeiro, landed pilot tit Brighton on the 17th. The following are further particulars relating to the loss of the Princess, of this |>ort: When off Scarborough, the lGth,
20 December 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

STOCK, MONEY, AND SHARE MARKET. LONDON, Saturday Evening. onsoK are LI. lower than the opening but steady 1., Foreil'ii stock steady, with scarcely any variation in price?but not much .hung. Railways all flat with lower orioes I ends and Midland about lower than last night, non-
21 July 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RAILWAY. THROUGH COMMUNICATIONS by MIDLAND TRAINS between the NORTH and the WEST of ENGLAND and LONDON. DECEMBER. 1861. UP TRAINS

RAILWAY. THROUGH COMMUNICATIONS by MIDLAND TRAINS between the NORTH and the WEST of ENGLAND and LONDON. DECEMBER. 1861. UP TRAINS

—WEEK DAYS. dep. p. m. a.m. a.m. a.m.' a.m. a.m. a.m. Glasgow „ 5 ... 8 10|10 Edinburgh , 555 ... jlO 0 2 0 Berwick „ 835 d ... 11 438 Newcastle „ '11 7 20 8 30, 1 8 South Shields „ 0 7 8 012 30 015 Sunderland „ 55 7 25! 8 1 10, 6 50 Durham ~ 11l ... ... 1 35, Darlington „ 9 20|
20 December 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MOURNING. _ TAMES COXON and COMPANY respectfully inform the Nobility, -■ i_^rlF__^SS__l r Gentry, and Public of Newcastle and j

MOURNING. _ TAMES COXON and COMPANY respectfully inform the Nobility, -■ i_^rlF__^SS__l r Gentry, and Public of Newcastle and j

Neighbournood, that their MOURNING DEPARTMENT j Always contains extensive and well-selected Stock of Goods for Family aud Complimentary Mourning, in RICH BLACK SILKS, BLACK FRENCH GLACES, GROS ROYALS, RADZEMERES, PAR AMATTAS, FRENCH MERINOS, PARIS AND DUNDEE KID GLOVES, &c, kc F
20 December 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WILSON'S BANKRUPTCY.

WILSON'S BANKRUPTCY.

Public attention throughout a large district in the north of England has been forcibly directed, during the past few weeks, to remarkable case which has beeu proceeding in the Newcastle-upon-Tyne District Court of Bankruptcy. The case that of Mr. Thos. Wilson, well-known builder
21 July 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRIVATE MUNIFICENCE IN CHURCH BUILDING.

PRIVATE MUNIFICENCE IN CHURCH BUILDING.

THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE DAILY 3 V Dear Sir, —Your correspondent "Vigilans" % desire to have further instances of private \ Church building. There are two famous ones _ J»Jg which occur to me at once. One is the Church ' 'j,y tP Magdalene, Monster Square, built and Rev. Edwar
21 July 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LORD ROBERT MONTAGU ON RUSSIA, DENMARK, AND LORD PALMERSTON.

LORD ROBERT MONTAGU ON RUSSIA, DENMARK, AND LORD PALMERSTON.

The speech of Lord Robert Montagu in the House of Commons on Tuesday week, of which give a full report to-day, followed, as it was, count out, is suggestive of reflections of the most alarming nature. The speech treats of a question on which the peace of Europe depends ; it cont
27 June 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MODES DE PARIS. MRS. ROBSON has great Pleasure announcing her return from Paris, with every Novelty of the Season. The

MODES DE PARIS. MRS. ROBSON has great Pleasure announcing her return from Paris, with every Novelty of the Season. The

SHOW BOOMS are now OPEN, and in addition to Mrs. R.s elegant display of MILLINERY, STRAW ' BONNETS, and HATS, her Stock of CAMBRIC aud DRESS HANDKERCHIEFS, LACE and MUSLIN COLLARS and SETS, VESTS, ZOUAVE JACK- i ETS, GLOVES, PARASOLS, CHILDREN'S ROBES and CAPS, and FANCY GOODS,
27 June 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ALBION HOUSE DUNN AND CO. have completed their Arrangements in all Departments for the Month of June. Their extensive Engagements

ALBION HOUSE DUNN AND CO. have completed their Arrangements in all Departments for the Month of June. Their extensive Engagements

will enable them to Exhibit a STOCK of NEW and FASHIONABLE GOODS, which, for Style, Quality, and Quantity, has never been equalled in the North of England. Fiesh Deliveries in NEW CARPETS, now to hand. PATENT BRUSSELS CARPETS 1 8J per Yard. TAPESTRY CARPETS 0 3-FRAME BRUSSELS CA
6 June 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE LET, at August, TWO DWELLING HOUSES, iv Rye Hill ami Wharnolitfe Streets; Rental, £iaiOs. Apply Mr. Robt. 0»»t,

TO BE LET, at August, TWO DWELLING HOUSES, iv Rye Hill ami Wharnolitfe Streets; Rental, £iaiOs. Apply Mr. Robt. 0»»t,

Lmldei, 18, Wharncliffe Street. G . M U RAS , AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER AND HOUSE AGENT, SALE ROOMS, 4, NORTHUMBERLAND STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. Dry Rfloms (on the Premises) for Warehousing Furniture, &c. mo SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all that DWELLING HOUSE situate lin No. 16, Cu
21 July 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England