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SALE OF FURNITURE, PIANO-FORTE. MR. BROUGH will SELL BY AUCTION, at No. 8, Carlton Place, Ban-as Bridge, on Tuesday, 30th

SALE OF FURNITURE, PIANO-FORTE. MR. BROUGH will SELL BY AUCTION, at No. 8, Carlton Place, Ban-as Bridge, on Tuesday, 30th

September, at Twelve o'Clock precisely, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of a Lady leaving Newcastle. Particulars next Week. The HOUSE TO LET immediately. Blackett Street, 11th September. SALE OF HORSE, DOG CART, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at Hutton and Wilkinson s Livery Stables, Pilgri
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STEAM ENGINES, &c. FOR SALE. ONE PUMPING ENGINE, 250 Horse power, 1 WINDING and PUMPING DO. 100 Horse power, with

STEAM ENGINES, &c. FOR SALE. ONE PUMPING ENGINE, 250 Horse power, 1 WINDING and PUMPING DO. 100 Horse power, with

or without Boilers. 1 DO. ENGINE, 10 Horse power, with Boilers 1 HORIZONTAL DO. 8 Horse power, complete. Also, sundry Face Lathes and Slide Rests, for Wheel Turning; Sheaves; Shafting, &c. Also, Punching and Shearing Machines. Apply to Rayne and Burn. Broad Chare, Newcastleupon-
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
. TIME OF HIGH WATER. __ DAYS. shields. Morn. Even. Morn. Even. Morn. iM*^ SEPTEMBER. H. M. n. M. 'U.

. TIME OF HIGH WATER. __ DAYS. shields. Morn. Even. Morn. Even. Morn. iM*^ SEPTEMBER. H. M. n. M. 'U.

M. H- * Saturday 269 526 141 211 154 «*J 350 235 258 245 » Monday 15 434 453 319 388 357 ill *2« Wednesday ....17 550 610 435 111 * T'\««day 8 631 \39 719 746 6 4 631 614 Saturday 20 815 857 7 0 710 2
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PAPAL STATES.

THE PAPAL STATES.

The head-quarters of the Sardinian army in the Marches are at rolentfno General Musi's column continues operations towarns iterbo. The inhabitants of Tern] have risen insnrrec- Government has been constituted, ihe - e «d to state that the proclamation Kinf of ? ounc that he will
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Share Market.— lhe railway share market continues firm at about previous rates, but business is far from active, and

The Share Market.— lhe railway share market continues firm at about previous rates, but business is far from active, and

there httle disposition to speculate. In the foreign and colonial markets, the dealings have been on very limited scale. Joint Stock Bank Shares have been moderately active without any material variation in values. In the miscellaneous market there has been very little animation
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST MARKETS.

THE LATEST MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET—THIS DAY. ver y sm supply of fanners' wheat, and a brisk sale, at Is. P - more money than last Saturday. Old foreign and w as also ls. per qr. dearer than Tuesday, and in sale • , manJ - New south country and white samples slow and rather cheaper. Oats in g
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE HIDE, SKIN, FAT AND TALLOW MARKET-YESTERDAY.

NEWCASTLE HIDE, SKIN, FAT AND TALLOW MARKET-YESTERDAY.

bu ~.„ MARKET—YESTERDAY. • upwards, 4M per lb. or 5s 4|d per stone; Per P er - °r 3d per stone ; 75 lb. to 84 lb. 4Jd «L«f« • * :65 - t0 " * P er " r •Jid under* "ill W " 4d P" * tol,e lhs lhsflayed md .lamMed «?2fS" per " d P ; upwards lb P or stone " ' 171b ' nd ,° - Od each.
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

Dr Bandinel retires from the librarianship of the Bodleian with pension for life of £200 a-year; Mr. Coxe, the learned and active assistant librarian, will, it can scarcely be doubted, succeed to the vacant office ; we (Athenceum) shall look for macy improvements in the great Ox
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE WAR BETWEEN SARDINIA AND ROME.

THE WAR BETWEEN SARDINIA AND ROME.

SARDINIAN STATEMENT OF THE CASOB BELLI. The Sardinian Government, in circular to its representatives foreign Courts, has explained its motives for the invasion of the States of the Church. The circular refers to the treaty of Villafranca, cites the case of iEmilia and Tuscany an
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE MASSACRES IN SYRIA.

THE MASSACRES IN SYRIA.

A docnment has appeared which throws considerable light on the foundation on which Prince Gortschakoff based his assertions to the Ambassadors of the European Powers at St. Petersburg, as to the condition of native Christians in the Turkish Empire. It is letter from the Greek Bi
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England