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The Newcastle Daily Journal.

The Newcastle Daily Journal.

MONDAY, MARCH 27, 18G5. The man, Hamilton, who was under sentence of death for the murder of his wife at Manchester, has been respited. John Morgan, young man, who played a singular trick some time ago upon the Shrewsbury magistrates, when, professing be a detective, he took a g
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE QUALIFICATION FOR OFFICES BILL

THE QUALIFICATION FOR OFFICES BILL

We regret to say that we cannot, with the excellent Rural Dean of Berwick-upon-Tweed, perceive that the present a time at which the Church is not called upon to do battle for her own defence against the attacks of her enemies ; but that, like the Church of Israel, she may be sat
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Rev. 11. B. Tristram is a candidate for election to Fellowship of the Royal Society. Suddkn Death.—On Friday afternoon,

The Rev. 11. B. Tristram is a candidate for election to Fellowship of the Royal Society. Suddkn Death.—On Friday afternoon,

Mr. George Beecroft. a beerhouse keeper, in Heudon Street, Bishopwearmouth, died suddenly from spasms of the heart. Deceased retired to rest in his usual health on the previous night, but before morning was seized with the illness which terminated fatally within a few hour 3. He
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MOOT HALL PETTY SESSION.

MOOT HALL PETTY SESSION.

turd ay.—"Before E. Collingwood, Esq., G. C. Atkinson, bAI Esq., and Captain Blackett. the Bye-Laws of the North-Eastern Railway Company.—ln this case Mr. Bush appeared, ou behalf of North-Eastern Railway Company, against the defendants, M'Phie, Samuel Nay smith, and John Storey
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE GREAT LOCK-OUT

THE GREAT LOCK-OUT

There nothing new to report; withl respect to the lock-out • this district, but it is generally believed that the question tins phase from the meeting with «D,rli»gto., Two the .ill. t'trrow have been got into operation, and we believe anS a 2 . p being made to secure a supply o
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CASE OF DR, PRITCHARD, OF GLASGO.

THE CASE OF DR, PRITCHARD, OF GLASGO.

The Glasgow Herald, of Saturday evening, says :—" There' 3 little to add with reference to the progress of the iuvestigati° D in this perplexing case. We may state, however, that yest®r* day the servant girl, Mary M'Leod, was further The examination, which commenced at ten, and
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DR. PUSEY AND THE COLENSO JUDGMENT.

DR. PUSEY AND THE COLENSO JUDGMENT.

q, v ' Dr. Pusey has addressed the following remarks f \ Ur ?hman, on the subject of the recent judgment j° e seem'? Committee of Privy Council Friends and ® c Uio agreed about the importance of this last er > Dral u!' e Pnv y Council. it must have effects far oo ks, *bly. than
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE FREE NEGROES IN THE NORTH.

THE FREE NEGROES IN THE NORTH.

The social position of the nejjro has not been materially improved recent events. The Times' New York correspondent says that on the night of the 6th of March there was grand inauguration ball given under the auspices of the loyal league, at which Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln and all th
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Respite of Hamilton for the Manchester Murder. —The Manchester Courier, of Saturday evening, says. following communication for the High Sheriff

Respite of Hamilton for the Manchester Murder. —The Manchester Courier, of Saturday evening, says. following communication for the High Sheriff

has been receiver by this morning's post Captain Mitchell, Governor of t New Bailey, respiting the prisoner Hamiltou, now lying sentence of death —" Whitehall, March 24, 1865, Sir,—l to signify to you the Queen's commands that the execution the sentence of death passed upon Will
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The traffic receipts of railways in the United Kingdom amounted, for the week ending the 18th of March, on 11,841

The traffic receipts of railways in the United Kingdom amounted, for the week ending the 18th of March, on 11,841

miles, to £596.869, and for the corresponding week of last year, on 11,488 miles, to £570,375, showing an increase of 353 miles and of £26,494 the receipts. There lias been published a copy of correspondence between the. Home Secretary and Messrs. Lewis and Lewis the subject of
27 March 1865 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England