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I SIMPSON'S LIVERY STABLES, & INTENDED HORSE BAZAAR, Newcastle. TAMES SIMPSON;, HAddhick's Mile, v.uKt respectfully returns .his sincere Thanks to

I SIMPSON'S LIVERY STABLES, & INTENDED HORSE BAZAAR, Newcastle. TAMES SIMPSON;, HAddhick's Mile, v.uKt respectfully returns .his sincere Thanks to

those Gentlemen who have kindly honoured him with their Support since his Commencement as llor.si:- BRSAKXB, occ, at the above Place, and begs to inform them, and the Public in general, that has entered on the STAitLr.s I'fiunNo-t Newcastle, (lately occupied by Mr. Lough, Turf H
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ORIGINAL NIGHT COACK, FROM THE ri HEAD INN, AND COURIER COACH OFFICE. LONDON, through Borouo-hbrid-e, Harrogate, Wakefield, Sheffield, Nottingham, Lei<

ORIGINAL NIGHT COACK, FROM THE ri HEAD INN, AND COURIER COACH OFFICE. LONDON, through Borouo-hbrid-e, Harrogate, Wakefield, Sheffield, Nottingham, Lei<

ester, Northampton, &c. BIRMINGHAM, through Chesterfield, Derby, Burton, Lichfield, To YORK Hours ! LEEDS 12 Hours through Durham, Darlington, &n MANCHESTER 18 Hours! ! ! To LIVERPOOL in Hours ! ! ! in Time to emhark ia tie Packets, DUBLIN and all Parts of Ireland, the COURIER C
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I"- COAL TRADE OFFICE. ~„ sth May, 1832. c -" MEETING of the Rivers TYNE am WM. BRANDLING, Esq. the

I"- COAL TRADE OFFICE. ~„ sth May, 1832. c -" MEETING of the Rivers TYNE am WM. BRANDLING, Esq. the

Chair, MM* i' Petition be presentee Dot,, „f Parliament praying for an open Com. t,«l to inquire into the causes that have given rise t< *«*i! and Riotous Proceedings of the Pitmen ii »tne Coal Districts of Northumberland and Durham dur. the last and thepresentYear, and (after s
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOR PHILADELPHIA fine Coppered Ship OCEAN, r Kay, Will Load for the above in a few Days. —For Freight or

FOR PHILADELPHIA fine Coppered Ship OCEAN, r Kay, Will Load for the above in a few Days. —For Freight or

Passage J. & A. REID, Newcastle. May Ifith, 1832. Brokers. FOR HAMBURG. Schooner, CORDELIA, V-4*«§\> * H. Master, is now , £jij.-^ r '"•'•ding for the above Port. 3£>*"i3L»«a--sr P-'r Fiieght, &.C apply ROBERT PROCTOR, Quay Side. Newc stle, 11th .May, 1832. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the Forenoon of SUNDAY NEXT, V } SERMON will be preached in St. Andrew's Church, in this Town, the Rev.

the Forenoon of SUNDAY NEXT, V } SERMON will be preached in St. Andrew's Church, in this Town, the Rev.

JOHN REED, A. 31. Vicar of Newburn, after whichaCOLLECTION will made in Aid of the Funds of the St. Andrew's Boys Sunday School. A CARD. REPORT having obtained Circulation, that .Mr. J.S.Paget isaboutto decline theChirurgi. cal Part of his Profession, with a View of practising i
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BREAKING UP OF THE MINISTRY.

BREAKING UP OF THE MINISTRY.

(FROM TUESDAY EVK.VIXG'S STANDARD.) Earl Grey's administration is ended. We stated yesterday that ministers tendered their resignations, and have to-day the satisfaction announcing that his Majesty has accepted them. at present nothing has been definitively settled to their succ
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOESE OF LORDS, Monday, May 7- The Earl of Shaftesbury presided for the Lord Chancellor during the early part the evening. Lord HAM presented a petition from the Northern Political Union, praying that the Reform Bill might pass, and especially the clause respecting the i'ld fran
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1832. To the numerous friends rvho have crowded round to aid and patronise us—to

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1832. To the numerous friends rvho have crowded round to aid and patronise us—to

those who have, unsolicited honoured with their advertisements—we return most aratefuI thanks. The Newcastle Journal starts with a bona ride circulation much t/reater, tee have reason to believe, that of several of our contemporaries u-ho hare long occupied the (/round; and in a
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Immediately after the announcement of our determination to establish the Newcastle Journal made known our principles, plans, and objects in

Immediately after the announcement of our determination to establish the Newcastle Journal made known our principles, plans, and objects in

the following prospectus:— It has long been subject of complaint that great and influenli 1 Interests in the Counties Northumberland and Durham have no adequate representative in what, in these times, is improperly termed the ' fourth estate-—an organ amongst the Press, capable
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, MAY 8.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, MAY 8.

BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. John Gibbon, jua., City Canal, Poplar, block maker. BANKRUPTS. surrender in Basinahall-strcet. James Cochrane, Waterloo-place Pall-Mall, bookseller, 15th inst. r9th June. Sol Mr Heart, Tokenhouss-vard, I.othbury Joseph Dillon, and Alfred Stewart, Minci.ig-
May 12, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England