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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PARTY & FACTION.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PARTY & FACTION.

The essential dfference. then, between party and a fac- tion—a difference, too, that should never lost sight of— is, that the former is identified with some great and distinct I interest natural to all organized communities (natural parly,) or natural to the particular organizat
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 5.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 5.

ATIOX OT SO I. V - C V. JOSEPH LAWRANC'E, Cheapside, Manchester warehouseman. 15 I'TC ANN 11.1.ET). JOHN DAVIS, Bourtonon the Hill, Gioucestetshire,auctioneer. BANKRUPTS. WILLIAM MATTHEWS, Kingsland, Middlesex, grocer, Oct 1". 1, and Nov 11. Sol Ashley, Shoreditch. GEORGE EIEI.D
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 2.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 2.

V J? '* I"! i'stol! ess : Crown Inn, Dorset. Stm 1001 c, and Messrs Co, chancery In' 0; „,.„,„ not oo ~„H JOHN IKH.ME, Winston, Lancashire, stonebwob, Oct and Nov*at 1. OA Clarendon .H.nis. I.iver,..H>l So.s and Remberton. I'reston : and Messrs Co, Bedford row. DIVIDENDS. oetobe
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON COLONIAL & FOREIGN PRODUCE MARKETS.

LONDON COLONIAL & FOREIGN PRODUCE MARKETS.

(From tin •Mercantile. our nal Tuesday.) - SUGAR.—The brisk demand which prevailed all last week ''. Raw Sugar wa; not continued to day, aud in the W. I. market little business was done, owing chiefly to the large public however material change in prices was manifest; hhds. Ba b
13 October 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
M«i 1860. 1859. Name of Lino. A ". Traffic. Traffic. sa 5 ~m "ST Eastern Counties .. 1| 2 ,

M«i 1860. 1859. Name of Lino. A ". Traffic. Traffic. sa 5 ~m "ST Eastern Counties .. 1| 2 ,

-H" 225 •• esse? London &fl Western 83,941 1,435 , Manchester, 889 23 ' 052 35 21,588 Ji,464 ... }* m W "•«« L 262 .. Newcastle ACarHsie Ifl »»! *t'5S * *.«» •• I North British... ,2 Mi! * 3,369 .. North Eastern & ** 6.«68 475 .. I North Stafford .... ****** .. ! South Eastern .
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. At Sandyford House, on the lo'th inst., the wife of Mr. Joseph S. Arnison, of son. At Roker, on

BIRTHS. At Sandyford House, on the lo'th inst., the wife of Mr. Joseph S. Arnison, of son. At Roker, on

the 19th inst., the wife of Capt. Gales, 1st Durham Militia, of a son. At Waterbeck, Dumfriesshire, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Robert Carlylo, son. At Hartlepool, on the 15th inst., Mrs. William Geipel, of» son. At Stockton-on-Tees, on the 15th inst., the wife of H. G. Faber, Esq.,
22 September 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.

From the Registry kept at the Rooms of the Literary and Philosophical Society, Newcastle-upon-l yne. I BAROMETER. THERMOMETER. RAIN. 1853. Direction. lit* ill 0 w.a. fi«S "*« aS .toK. E.toS.S.toW.NtoW Sept.l, 9a.m.' !~57 50 0 .. \~ wTby N. 3p.m.I 29746 00 29 665 56'5 53'5 52"5 4
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

Accounts from Geneva announce the conversion of thirty-nine persons from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism. The harvest reports from the United States and Canada are highly satisfactory. The crops of wheat are unprecedentedly large, and extensive preparations ear being made for
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST MARKETS.

THE LATEST MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET—THIS DAY The show of farmers' old wheat small, amonest *,WM. „ two or three samples of new, of fair readi shade better prices than last Saturday The best samples of new red sold at per qr.; old forpiirn « hel(l, at late rates, which only very needy s with.
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I BsB ' , ——— . . The Russo-Turkish question, of f there were

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I BsB ' , ——— . . The Russo-Turkish question, of f there were

faint dawnings of settlement, os seem now to have become more entangl ed than ever. But the disputants have reverse tions. It is no longer Russia which parades t of insolence, but Turkey before and from to* meek and condescending to the bravados Menschikoff. It is no longer Turk
10 September 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England