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PATRONISED BY THE (^TI&EN - AND D. DOWNEY, PHOTOGRAPHERS, C 9, SQUARE, ARTE VISITS and other PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS, Plain, or

PATRONISED BY THE (^TI&EN - AND D. DOWNEY, PHOTOGRAPHERS, C 9, SQUARE, ARTE VISITS and other PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS, Plain, or

highly finished in Colours, taken Large Assortment of ALBUMS, very cheap. Now ready. New Portraits of RIGHT HON. EARL OF DURHAM. REV. BERKELEY ADDISON. RIGHT HON. LORD BROUGHAM. REV. A. A. REES, of Sunderland. REV. WILDON CARR, Portraits of the Noblemen and Public Men whom Messr
January 20, 1863 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND. Founded 1838. During last year, the Twenty-Third of the Association, Proposals for New Assurances were received to

ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND. Founded 1838. During last year, the Twenty-Third of the Association, Proposals for New Assurances were received to

tho amount of 1712, for £'735,347 Transactions being 1307, ~ During the last Five Years they were 5915, „ £2,787,802 The Gross Annual Income is upwards of ... £193,000 one of the most exten.- ive Life Offices, the Association possesses element safety and permanence, not containe
January 20, 1863 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
j TORRENS' HERBAL PILLS should be used by every Person who wishes to Restore or Establish his Health. They are

j TORRENS' HERBAL PILLS should be used by every Person who wishes to Restore or Establish his Health. They are

of the greatest service in all cases of Asthma Heartburn Weakness Acidity Indigestion Nervousness Bilious And Liver Disorders Bowel And Stomach Complaints Wind Pain Piles Rheumatism, &c. One trial proves their great value Sold everywhere Boxes 9d., Is. Hd., and 2s /COMMERCIAL BI
January 20, 1863 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Barometer' «e-upou-Tyne, Jan. 19. Observed Therm "If * d - Bulb.. Wet Bulb. 9 p.m.... 28-910 is- ~ 41 "

Barometer' «e-upou-Tyne, Jan. 19. Observed Therm "If * d - Bulb.. Wet Bulb. 9 p.m.... 28-910 is- ~ 41 "

Remarks.—Nine turn.', wind W-'iSL- " ."*;•*«; , S ; nine p.m., wind S-cL.lv Wh * a cloudy and strong wind all day. WIND AND WEATHER, Jan. 19 —«.w -Brighton, N, fine Bristol NE id w wet-Cardiff, WNW, W ' ,il,e Falmouth, NW, cloudy-llolyhea, ' ,iue ~ windy-Liverpool, WNW, "' hod,
January 20, 1863 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. At 38, Cottenham Street, on the inst., the wife of Mr. J. M. Bell, of

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. At 38, Cottenham Street, on the inst., the wife of Mr. J. M. Bell, of

a son. At Nelson, New Zealand, on the 23rd September, the wife John Blackett, Esq., Provincial Engineer, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. At Riverton Church, New Zealand, on the Bth Sept.. the Rev. W. E. Oldham, M. A., Mr. Henry Adams, of luvercargill, eldest son H. C. Adams, Esq., of
January 20, 1863 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE LORDS—MONDAY, March 12. Several peers took the oaths and their seats. Among them was the new Lord Vaux, v the barony has just been awarded the frown, after hiving for some rime abeyance. The Marquess LANSDOWNE brought a copy the for disbanding rhe yeomanry forces. NEW TOOK
March 17, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Earl and Countess Grey, and Lord Ossulston, P had ihe honour of dining wiih her Majesty at Huckinghnm Palace on Saturday last. The Duke and Duchess of and suite have left Alnwick Castle for their residence, North, umberiand House, London, forthe season. Their Graces passed t
March 17, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BRITISH FUNDS.

BRITISH FUNDS.

Bank Stock - ; I \ \* 5 3» -a- Cent. ; , J .T Cent. Ileduced ', ' < , New Cent , 1(H»* j lug , Bunk Lone Annuities , j < Bocd»- .7ZZZ 62 64 61 63 62 6-! Exchequer Bills 63 61 63 C 4 M 64 <»t 'ST HIGH .WATER. Shields. Morn. Even.: Morn. Ejm!Morn.*! r;' ' ', H. M. _ H. M. H. M. ft
March 17, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

of >dge honoured the will he held on a int Ca Sir « ,h GordoSSJir TTirnhnll V t > ptam 0t the Cibraltar John T • anJ ft « «arv ofthe Island has instructed his pph rSeSin^hffS^^e* a para para—TheCom.nissioners of ri J"™' amount to abo, lt £150 ArranSrnenN iL made with Mr. Charles
March 17, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

—MP- HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY, March 8. NEW POOR LAW. Earl Stanhope gave notice that this day sennight, he should propose motion for certain returns on the subject of the New Poor Law Bill; and it might be convenient to the House for him to state not only the general purport but
March 17, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England