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THE CONVICT MULLER.

THE CONVICT MULLER.

On Tuesday Muller seemed completely restored to his wonted self-composure, and he appeared less anxious, and looked decidedly better than any other time siuce his apprehension. the morning he, for the second time, expressed wish to see Mr. Beard. This fact was communicated to th
November 3, 1864 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JOBBERIES AND FIRES are frequent during JLv the Winter Season : invest £5 to £15 in a good Safe, at

JOBBERIES AND FIRES are frequent during JLv the Winter Season : invest £5 to £15 in a good Safe, at

France and Co.'s, and you can leave your Homes and places of Business without fear. LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S AUTUMN AND WINTER BOOTS, SHOES, AND SLIPPERS, Of every Description. The Largest and Best Stock is at S. & C. W. DIXON'S, 60, GREY STREET. 524 ELDON PORTRAIT R
November 3, 1864 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. A NUMBER of the Friends of Mr. MANSON Editor of the Northern Daily Express, intend to inviti him,

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. A NUMBER of the Friends of Mr. MANSON Editor of the Northern Daily Express, intend to inviti him,

on the occasion of his departure for a more lucrativ appointment elsewhere, to a COMPLIMENTARY DINNER at the Neville Hotel, Newcastle, on the Evening of Monday the 3Qth inst. Dinner on the Table at Six p.m, precisely. Tickets, including Wine, 10s. 6d. each, may be had of Messrs
December 28, 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE THREAT TO ASSASSINATE BARON ROTHSCHILD.

THE THREAT TO ASSASSINATE BARON ROTHSCHILD.

Charles Reynolds, alias Charles Da vies, described a draper. 40, was charged, the Central Criminal Court, on Tuesday, with feloniously sending a letter to Sir Anthony RothschiW. threatening murder him. other counts of the indictment, the prisoner was cnargwith sending letters in
August 21, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE SCIENTIFIC BALLOON ASCENT.

THE SCIENTIFIC BALLOON ASCENT.

A most easy descent was experienced. Notwithstanding the immense size of the balloon, which it had been said would too huge to be manageable, ami notwithstanding further that four bair.s of ballast were brought down in the car, the machine came slowly to the earth that it had al
August 21, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
-TRONISED BY THE QUEEN. W. AND D. DOWNEY, q T PHOTOGRAPHERS, JUL HON SQUARE, NEW CAST E- UPON-TYNE. *{Jffi DE

-TRONISED BY THE QUEEN. W. AND D. DOWNEY, q T PHOTOGRAPHERS, JUL HON SQUARE, NEW CAST E- UPON-TYNE. *{Jffi DE

and other PHOTOGRAPHIC Laily » ' highly finished in Colours, taken p..!^ Assortment ALBUMS, very cheap. ' :lud Public whom Messrs. D. W„ . 1 tiie honour of taking may he had, Album size, ls. Gd.; '«c size, ss. » * Kueri ' °t'ypes, Photographs, and Pictures of all kiudscopied * s
August 21, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AUTUMN & WINTER BOOTS & SHOES. HUNTING & RIDING BOOTS. FIELD BOOTS. SHOOTING BOOTS. All Departments our trade are replete

AUTUMN & WINTER BOOTS & SHOES. HUNTING & RIDING BOOTS. FIELD BOOTS. SHOOTING BOOTS. All Departments our trade are replete

with all that best, froir. the stoutest ami strongest boot shoe our and other choice makes to lightest anil for DRESS & DANCING. A law stock LEGGINGS, GAITERINDIA-RUBBER WELLINGTON?, OVERSHOES, fcc. S.-C. W. DIXON. "•""" 81 HEATING APPARATUS FOR GREENHOUSES from Boiler", Pipes,
December 1, 1898 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MODES DE PARIS. jl/TRS. ROBSON and MRS. BLENCOWE have just returned from PARIS, with every Novelty in MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS,

MODES DE PARIS. jl/TRS. ROBSON and MRS. BLENCOWE have just returned from PARIS, with every Novelty in MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS,

LACE SHAWLS, and EVENING DRESSES for the Autumn Season. The SHOW ROOMS are NOW OPEN. BRITISH AND FOREIGN LACE MART AND FRENCH MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 15, MOSLEY STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. 350 MAISON DE MODES. jy/£RS. respectfully announces her Return from Paris. Her SHOW ROOM
December 1, 1863 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE KAFFIR WAR.

THE KAFFIR WAR.

The following letter from a citizen of Dublin,serving at the Cape, appears in the Dublin Saunders' News Letter of Saturday last:— "Fort Cox July 19.-Here we are, dull and stupid enough—cut off from communication, except at long intervals with the other posts, and unable to stir
September 20, 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE INQUISITION AT ROME.

THE INQUISITION AT ROME.

Does the Inquisition still flourish Is that dreaded Inquisition, of whose atrocities and horrors all persons have heard, still in existence in any part of Christendom Can it he possible that system unparalleled in human annals for the refined ingenuity of its cruelties, as -well
September 20, 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England