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FACTS AND SCRAPS.

FACTS AND SCRAPS.

His Royal Prince Albert, attended l<ord John Russell, the Karl of Liverpool, l-ord Uvron, and Major-General Bowles, went out shooting on Friday, in Windsor Great Park. The Marquis of Ilreadalbane and the Earl and Countess Grey left Windsor Castle Friday morning. Their Royal llig
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
BEKD MAKKKT.— Lohdow, MuKUAt. Seeds of almost every description neglected, and qootalior.s of mo»t articles may regarded as nominally unalteied.

BEKD MAKKKT.— Lohdow, MuKUAt. Seeds of almost every description neglected, and qootalior.s of mo»t articles may regarded as nominally unalteied.

"eiouM, huwenr, reduce the price of csnaiy several shilling* per qr. Urilith Seeds, red, 30* to 35* ; fine, 35* to 36* ; while, 30* to 40* Cow liras* -.lo_. Linseed, per towing, 56* 60*; cru.hing, 42* to 48* Cake*, per 1,000 each......£11 lu* £l2 10s
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
GERMAN!

GERMAN!

The Prusaian Government has, it is said, given orders to concentrate an army of 130,000 men io the provinces of tbe Rbine on the frontiers of France. It said, by advice Russia, tbe Ring of Prussia has determined not to accept Ccutral Chiefdom of Germany even ebould it offered to
January 3, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER, YtariKUAT.

MANCHESTER, YtariKUAT.

MANCHESTER, Our market to-day praaanta no naw feature, and kaalmw partakaa rary much of tba character aa UM et wMk —lt la intarroptod by tba faatiritiaa , parnH** angagetnania of tha aaar<>a, and although amain firm, and proa pact* of tl»a ■MBafaetoriog and eommarcial intaraata o
January 3, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRALPḢ.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRALPḢ.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Thursday Evening, 7 p. m. LONDON GEaER.AL CoI1N AVERAGES for the week ending Jau, 4:- Wheat, 4Gs 10d aggregate, 48s 4d duty 9s Barley, 43s 3d ditto, 31is Md ditto 2s Oats, 18i Oid ditto, ]9s Id ditto 2s Rye, 28,s ld ditto, 29s 7d ditto 2s 3ecans 33s lld dit
January 5, 1849 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the T}ree Indian Kilnas, Quayside, on 31onday. the 15th inst., at 12 ?? precisely 'HE Barque JOHN BROWN, of e London, 27'J Tons New, and 299 Tons Old Measurement, as she now lies of MEl otley's Quay, North Shields, where she may be inspected. This Vessel
January 5, 1849 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UNIVERSITY AND ECCLESIASTICAL.

UNIVERSITY AND ECCLESIASTICAL.

UNMIV .RS1TY AND ECCLESIASTICAL. CAMBRIDGE.--B.A. COmmencement, 1849.-- There are achet 120 candidates for honours, and 200 for ordinary degrees at the ensuing commencement. ECCLEsjASTICAL PRlOPERTY-.We understand that a new commission is cont inplated to inquire inte the state o
January 5, 1849 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE WINTER SESSIONS.

NEWCASTLE WINTER SESSIONS.

NEWCASTLE WINTER SESSIOiS.. WEDNESDAY JANIusy S. Before G. H. Wilkinson, Esq.,Reaorder. Soon after 10 o'clock, the Recorder took bis Beat on the bench, accompanied by the Mayor, Sheriff, and Ald. Dunn, when tue following gentlemen were sworn on the grand ?? Anderson, Esq., forema
January 5, 1849 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRICE OF COAL IN LONDON MARKET, PER TON NEWCASTLE.

PRICE OF COAL IN LONDON MARKET, PER TON NEWCASTLE.

PRiCE OF COAL IN 1.O0NDON MARKET, PER TON I - NEWCASTLE. I December 29 Jan 1 December 29 Ja_7 I ChrOtte New anfield 14 0. .14 O .14 0 l _eter... ?? _16 06.16 6 1) Original ?? .- - Dean P'ri~nroose-- - I DoSaly..-. East Adasirs ?? -. --Wlkrkn. -. .1. ?? Elisoon low .. ylr M.14 ??
January 5, 1849 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRICE CURRENT.—TUESDAY.

PRICE CURRENT.—TUESDAY.

PRICE CURRENT.-TUESDAY. Since last -riday week the colonial produce ?? have been closed for the Christmas holidays, therefore, our report on the various markets is rather short this week. A good demand is expected to take place shortly, as the home trade are almost bare of stock
January 5, 1849 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England