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NEW CORN EXCHANGE MIDDLE-STREET. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the COMMITTEE, Emerson Charnley, Esq. m the Chair. It was Resolved,

NEW CORN EXCHANGE MIDDLE-STREET. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the COMMITTEE, Emerson Charnley, Esq. m the Chair. It was Resolved,

That a farther Call Fifteen per Cent made, to be paid to William Chapman, Esq. Treasurer, Newcastle Bank. TO ROAD-MAKERS. COrXTY OF MIIERLAXD. TTT'STI MATES WANTED for catting the Bank and making the Road at Garment-edge Hill, the Parish Euiingham, according to Plan and Specific
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. tl-.e 3d inst., in Whitchall-vard, the Lady the Right Ho-. E. G. Stanley, of a daughter, mo died shortly

BIRTHS. tl-.e 3d inst., in Whitchall-vard, the Lady the Right Ho-. E. G. Stanley, of a daughter, mo died shortly

after its birth. At Moore the Right Hon. the Countess of son. On the M inst., Swinburn-place, near this town, the of Mr. Wrll, of son. On the i;Gih ult., London, the wife of Wm. Est., a daughter. Tuesday last, at Eishopwearmouth, the wife of C. Bramwe)], Esq. of son. On the inst
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
“Slap” at the Greys.— “We have now to announce to the country one of the most extraordinary faers the history

“Slap” at the Greys.— “We have now to announce to the country one of the most extraordinary faers the history

of the country. Earl Grey has resigned—basely and shamefully resigned. His .Majesty is said (but not believe it) have put the question to him pointedly—" Will you recommend the creation Peers Earl Grey was not equal to the crisis and we never thought him so. hoped for something
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

Standard Office, Three have reason to believe that the cabinet is formed, and it not impossible but we may be enabled, in a Second Edition, to publish the list—The Duke Wellington and Lord Lyudhurst have left town for Windsor, to submit the arrangements to his Majesty for the Ro
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1832. To the numerous friends who hare crowded round to aid and patronise us

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1832. To the numerous friends who hare crowded round to aid and patronise us

to those who have, unsolicited, hoiwured with their advertisements—we return outmost (jrateful thanks. The Journal starts with bona tide circulation much r/reafer, we have reason to believe, that of several of our contemporaries who hare long occupied the (/round ,• and in a few
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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Immediately after the announcement of our determination to establish the Newcastle Journal we made known our principles, plans, and objects

Immediately after the announcement of our determination to establish the Newcastle Journal we made known our principles, plans, and objects

in the following prospectus: It has long been a subject of complaint that great and influent] 1 Interests in the Counties Northumberland and Durham have no adequate representative in what, in these times, is not improperly termed the ' fourth estate'—an organ amongst the Newspap
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
At a moment so pregnant as the present with domestic events, would be unpardonable apply any considerable portion of our

At a moment so pregnant as the present with domestic events, would be unpardonable apply any considerable portion of our

columns to the discussion of Foreign matters which only remotely affect us. The Relgian Treaty has been ratified with Austria, Prussia, and Russia—but with so many condition* attached, that the only point gained is recognition of the principle of separation. The insurrection the
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Although we are sorely restricted as to room, cannot let our first Journal go lorth to the public without seizing

Although we are sorely restricted as to room, cannot let our first Journal go lorth to the public without seizing

the opportunity of expressing our opinions on the conduct of the Pitmen; the more especially as the Local Press studiously shirks the question. In another column we have drawn a narrative of the recent proceedings of the workpeople: that statement abundantly establishes several
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TURN OUT AND RIOTS OF THE PITMEN.

TURN OUT AND RIOTS OF THE PITMEN.

As was naturally to be anticipated, the shooting of Herringdon, at Hetton, was but the first act in the bloody drama likely to arise out the pitmen's unreasonable denrcinds and olistinate "stick" against their masters-. The men having refused to bind, except Upon terms which are
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDEXTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDEXTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. We thnnk the numerous Correspondents who with their communications: many of them are postponed, but not forget our frieiuls. We so').- information of all kinds—and on nil sides of nil questions. The excellent and piquant letter of Englishman," on th
12 May 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England