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IN Consequence of the Repairs in progress at ST. NICHOLAS, the ADVENT SERMONS will be Preached this Year in ST.

IN Consequence of the Repairs in progress at ST. NICHOLAS, the ADVENT SERMONS will be Preached this Year in ST.

JOHN'S CHURCH, the? following Order The Rev. Mr. VICAR, Wednesday, Dec f»th. Mr. MORTIMER, Friday, Dec 7th. Mr. TAYLOR, Wednesday, Dee-. 12th. Mr. WALKKR, Friday, Dec. 1 !th. Mr. HOPPER, Wednesday, Dec 19th. Mr. GRIFFITH, Friday, Dec. 21st, St. John's Day. Mr. VICAR, Christmas D
2 December 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GREAT BARGAINS]C>URB, CLOAKS, SILKS, MERINOES. -IT London and French Warehouse, and 66, ISlackelt- Street, Newcastle. The Proprietors take the earliest

GREAT BARGAINS]C>URB, CLOAKS, SILKS, MERINOES. -IT London and French Warehouse, and 66, ISlackelt- Street, Newcastle. The Proprietors take the earliest

Opportunity of anuouncing the Arrival of another and spieidid Assortment of FUIsS, consisting of Muffs, Mantillas, Pelerines, and Boas, which must sold without delay* being the concluding Portion of Insolvent-Furrier. They will likewise receive few Days several Boxes lof rich SI
2 December 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Dec 31.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Dec 31.

RAX KIIUPTS. GEonoK Green, Eagle street, coach builder, Jan at 10, and Feb 10 11. Sol Mr Rawlins, Salisbury street. Samuel Thompson, plnee, tallow chandler, Jan 11 at and Feb 10 at 11. Sol Mr Ross, Hammersmith. Thomas Haroravks, Manchester, innkeeper, Jan 10 and Feb 10at 11, at
7 January 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BOOKS ADJUSTED AND BALANCED PARTNERSHIP, Executor*, and every Dc- JL scription of Accounts satisfactorily arranged by Mr. Chapman, Public Accountant,

BOOKS ADJUSTED AND BALANCED PARTNERSHIP, Executor*, and every Dc- JL scription of Accounts satisfactorily arranged by Mr. Chapman, Public Accountant,

who has had much Practice in London and ; also instructs Gentlemen in BOOK-KEEPING BY' DOUBLE ENTRY, superior Alanner. Mr. C. has ample Testimonials from Mercantile Houses, and many Hundred Book-Keepers, tilling highly respectahle Situations. For Terms, apply Immediately, at Bla
7 January 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OPENING OF THE NEWCASTLE & CARLISLE RAILWAY.

OPENING OF THE NEWCASTLE & CARLISLE RAILWAY.

INTRODUCTION. This national and commercial undertaking is now tn full operation, the Line having on Monday last heen opened throughout from Redhetuh, the on the south "side the Tvne, out hall a mile from Gateshead, to the ancient City Carlisle. An event so much importance, no: n
23 June 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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HARP.— SPLENDID HARP, with Double Action, by the Property of a Lady—Cost Price 120 Guineas—to be Sold for 70 Guineas.

HARP.— SPLENDID HARP, with Double Action, by the Property of a Lady—Cost Price 120 Guineas—to be Sold for 70 Guineas.

he seen application to Mr. Bagjjall, Music Saloon, Newcastle. WANTED Immediately, a Person to wait on a Lady, and superintend small Establishment in the Country. None need apply who cannot have an unexceptionable Character. Letters, Post-paid, addressed to M. 8., Office, will re
23 June 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ministerial Blunder.—In May last a certain Law Reform Bill passed the two Houses of Parliament. This Hill contained a clause

Ministerial Blunder.—In May last a certain Law Reform Bill passed the two Houses of Parliament. This Hill contained a clause

by which it was to come into operation on the Ist of June; but by some mistake on the part those excel lent men of business, his Majesty's .Ministers tins Hill did not receive tho Kin-s consent until the 14th of August. Thus a Bill making most important alterations in tbe practi
31 August 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

A Return of the Number of Stamps issued the Stamp Office for all the London Newspapers, from the Ist January, 11332, to the 30th of June, 1833, specifying, each Newspaper by name, and the Number Stamps issued that period to the Printer and Publisher of such Newspaper. Title News
31 August 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

Peter Sealer, merchant. Creditors to -on, fames' Chalmers' Perry, Peterhead, corn merchant. Credltors To nee? Inthe" house of Uonald Eraser, vintner. Sept 2 ""Gcorge'oordon. Greenbangh. stagecoach proprietor. Creditors to meet Mollison's Union Hotel, Sept 2.
31 August 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ONARCH, tlie Property of Mr. Wilkinson, of Dunston Lodge, will serve Mares this Season at 1 Guinea and Half and

ONARCH, tlie Property of Mr. Wilkinson, of Dunston Lodge, will serve Mares this Season at 1 Guinea and Half and

2s. fid. the Groom. a dappled Gray Coach Horse, rising Five Years old, stands Sixteen Hands Two Inches high, with great Bone, superior Action, and beautiful Symmetry. He was got by Old Monarch, Dam by Navlor, by Pluto (who trotted Miles in one Hour, carrying 16 Stones). Old Mona
25 February 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England