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PUBLIC MEETING OF THE NORTHERN POLITICAL UNION.

PUBLIC MEETING OF THE NORTHERN POLITICAL UNION.

In conformity with our duty as journalists, have , this week to record the proceedings tue winch , took place ou Monday on the Town Moor, probably the , last tuat the Council of the Northern Political Union , ever convene, because it proved a decided failure, , though, in additi
June 1, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The approaching Dinner to Lord Durham in Newcastle a sore tribulation to the Whigs the old school, and will be

The approaching Dinner to Lord Durham in Newcastle a sore tribulation to the Whigs the old school, and will be

the touchstone of his popularity and the respect in which he is held here in the region his personal influence. We would wager trifle that all the actors in the affair will in the sequel have he best reasons for regretting that they ever moved the matter. We have already duly co
November 15, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TURNPIKE ROAD, LEADING FROM THE TOWN OF NEWC A S L TYNE TO THE CITY ' TVrOTICE IS HEREBY .

TURNPIKE ROAD, LEADING FROM THE TOWN OF NEWC A S L TYNE TO THE CITY ' TVrOTICE IS HEREBY .

■* the TOLLS arising at the G;.; x erected upon the Northumberland Part of called Ql arryhofse Gate, Harlow Hiui Reay Garth Gate, and Brunton > LET BY AUCTION, to the best Bidder. hall, Newcastle, on Thursday, tl November next, at Twelve o'clock at Manner directed by the Act the
November 15, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
When we last week did ourselves bestowing merited notice on the worthy , strut their little hour in the anticipate

When we last week did ourselves bestowing merited notice on the worthy , strut their little hour in the anticipate

that our efibrts to serve with the flattering notice which was n i«^ r them Monday last. We do not ci'V lt . we speak out;'and as plain dealing hateful to the professors of humbug j, e follows that are roc of offence ' pretenders who habitually put may the more readily play the
October 12, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. THE MINSTRELSY WHIGGERY. FATHER-IN-LAW—A DURHAM DIALOGUE, avion w. SO"*, to Cherbourg come, expressly being sent, At this delightful chance

POETRY. THE MINSTRELSY WHIGGERY. FATHER-IN-LAW—A DURHAM DIALOGUE, avion w. SO"*, to Cherbourg come, expressly being sent, At this delightful chance

yourself to compliment, grandfather so grand, indeed, never saw,) By order of king—that is, my father-in-law. KINO. Your Lordship's welcome. Ay ! and the fact be sure, , nmch thanks to those who keep our throne secure; And he all our friends who gives most eclat Is still your Wi
October 12, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Whitehaven Piers.—The first stone of the new North Pier, Whitehaven, was laid last week, John Peile, Esq., amidst a vast

Whitehaven Piers.—The first stone of the new North Pier, Whitehaven, was laid last week, John Peile, Esq., amidst a vast

assemblage of people. Prize Fighting. c have not latterly heard much these disgusting exhibitions, because the M fimcy" began plunder, by false play, even the thieves and blacklegs whom they were encouraged and supported. light, however, cams mt last week, near St. s, between Si
June 8, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS, Thursday May 30.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Thursday May 30.

Previously to the resumption the debase Colonial GENERAL give notice of his intention bring Bill fur the Abolition Imprisonment Wr Debt, and provide for the more effectual administration if the law between debtor and creditor. COLONIAL After several numerously slimed petitions a
June 8, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TIME OF HIGHT WATER.

TIME OF HIGHT WATER.

June 8, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Trt l PIANO FORTE. , U l rh,KE PTO RIL V SOLD the - a Lady ,eavi »^ most and

Trt l PIANO FORTE. , U l rh,KE PTO RIL V SOLD the - a Lady ,eavi »^ most and

brilliant-toned ever heard, with every New every way Perfect, will be l'l'iy No. 33, Blackett-Street, Newcastle. SELTZER WATER. IMPORTED FROM ROTTER-f, DAM, and now ON SALE, FEW HAMPERS SELTZER WATER, filled the Weil tLis Spring and possessing the nnest Qualities. Apply to JNO.
June 8, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ACT.

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ACT.

(government circular.) Whitehall, Oct. 1, 1635 Sir,—l have already, in conformity to, the directions Lord John Russell, transmitted to copy of the Municipal Corporations' Act, and of the order in council the 11th September. I now transmit copy a supplementary order the 30th Sept
October 24, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England