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RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

The Earl Grey, and the Rev. F. Ekins, Rector of Morpeth, have given £10each to the repairs of Ulgham Church. The Rev. J. Davies, Rector of Gateshead, has become a subscriber of One Guinea to the Mendicity Society. Mr. Edward Shield, of Hexham, has given a donation of to the Wesl
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE CHASE. SIR M. W. RIDLEY'S FOXHOUNDS meet on Monday the 23d March, at Cambo; on VV ednesday the 25th, at Netherwitton ; Friday the 27th, at Oak wood Gate; and on Saturday the 28th, at Stannington Bridge—each day at half-past ten. NORTHUMBERLAND AND NORTH DURHAM FOXHOUNDS meet
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TATTERSALL'S—Monday, March 16.

TATTERSALL'S—Monday, March 16.

TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES. J to 1 agst Lord Orford's Angelica colt—take to 2 to agst Mr. Wreford's Wardan—taken and afterwards offered " agst Lord G. Bentinck's Crucifix—taken and aft. offered ■5° ? st Duke of Grafton's Ottoman to agst Lord G. Bentinck's Grey Milton even JjetM
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TIME OF HIGH WATER.

TIME OF HIGH WATER.

TIME HIGH WATER. DAYS. JSUNDKRLAND. Morn, Morn. MARCH. ; H. M. H. M. < H. M. H. M. j B. M. H~if Saturda>,21, 3> 21 < i & 8; I 5 22 Sunday, 22, 634 6 52 523; 540 5 553 Monday, 23, 7 6 7 24 5 56 6 13 7 uesday, 24, . 8 1 49 <~ « ,' 7 1 ,25, 8 19} 8 42 7 8 7 32 ; 7 hursday, 26, l.q 9
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

The Queen has invested Prince Albert with the ensigns of a Knight Grand Cross ofthe Military Order the Bath. .A German author calculates that of 1,000 English travelling on the continent, 333 are officers on half-pay, ruined gamblers, 50 Greeks, grooms, jockies, ladies'- maids,
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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CHURCH ROBBERY CANADA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sir,—ln first and second letters showed your readers the plan

CHURCH ROBBERY CANADA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sir,—ln first and second letters showed your readers the plan

of sacrilege in progress for destroying the pe>- manence Protestant Christian Principles Canada, and hope might convince some brothers in the sister church (not steeped the mire of faction) what an ill work has been going on under their name, terminating in robbery upon us, with
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, March 13.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, March 13.

BANKRUPTS. MATTHEW STEVENS, Fieldgate street, Whitechape!, ironfounder, March 19 half past past 11. and April 24 at 12. Sols Messrs Crowder and Mavnard, George street. WILLIAM CARTER, Oxford street, grocer, March 19 12, and April 24 at 11. Sols Messrs Wood and Ellis, Gracechurch
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I ALBION HOUSE. WINTER STOCK SELLING OFF AT AN IMMENSE REDUCTION. WA. DUNN & BAINBRIDGE, Market• Street, Newcastle. W. A.

I ALBION HOUSE. WINTER STOCK SELLING OFF AT AN IMMENSE REDUCTION. WA. DUNN & BAINBRIDGE, Market• Street, Newcastle. W. A.

D. & B. beg to announce to the Ladies of New- I castle and the SURROUNDING COUNTRY, and the I PUBLIC GENERALLY, that they have now completed their Stock taking, and arranged the Whole the REMAINING FASHIONABLE FANCY GOODS, together with their MODERN CHEAP STOCK OF FURS, CACHMERE
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ALEUT COACH ANL ', y^'^-l The Public are respectfully jjj___iiiriiT» !■ ' informed that the above Coach ill re-commence running

ALEUT COACH ANL ', y^'^-l The Public are respectfully jjj___iiiriiT» !■ ' informed that the above Coach ill re-commence running

on Monday the 23rd Inst., leaving the Queen's Head Inn, Newcastle, every Afternoon at TWO O'CLOCK, and the King's Head In n, Darlington, every Morningat EIGHT O'CLOCK (Sundays excepted), arriving at Durham in Time for Kailway Trains to Stockton, Newcastle, &c. THOS. LOUGH, ro nr
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
# FIRE OFFICE, for -iJ INSURANCE FROM LOSS and '■^^% y '^ ' l; Strand ash C A PIT AL,

# FIRE OFFICE, for -iJ INSURANCE FROM LOSS and '■^^% y '^ ' l; Strand ash C A PIT AL,

FIVE sTRKS, tic. Sir CHAS. SULLIVAN. Bart. i ELIJAH IMPLY, Esq Sir JOHN STUAR I'HIHI'ISI.EV, IOEORCE O. MILLS, Esq. Bart. IGBOROE PALMER, Esq. JAMES COLQUHOUN, Esq. \ CHARLES H. C. PLOW DON, Esq. RICHARD S. COX. Esq. j HENRY WEBB, Esq. JAMES HENRY-DECON, Esq. RICHARD WILLIAMS, E
March 21, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England