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TO THE EDITOR THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sir,—in looking over the local news your last week's Journal, I observed that the

TO THE EDITOR THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sir,—in looking over the local news your last week's Journal, I observed that the

foundation stone *'or raft Bridge, on the Line the Great North England Rait* Mr. Welch), was laid « n Tuesday last: therein stared that fhe span of the four arches are sixty feet each, on an oblique line, crossing the river at acute angie ; and this circumstance, combined with t
May 19, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Cattle and Meat Markets, Fairs, &c.

Cattle and Meat Markets, Fairs, &c.

NEWGATE AND LEADENTIALT. MARKETS, MAY 14. The weather during nearly the whole the past having been very warm, a great falling off has been apparent tbe receipts of slaughtered meat from all those quarters whence they are usually derived ; still, however, they have been good for
May 19, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
present time, however, the sou principles of the subject had been ascertained, and were acted upon all the existing Societies,

present time, however, the sou principles of the subject had been ascertained, and were acted upon all the existing Societies,

and the calculations which our ovvn Institution proceeded were not more surely settled on an Equitable basis, than were its purpose and objects congenial to the character and habits of the Scottish people. The natives tiiis part of the kingdom have often been considered remarkab
May 19, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ROBERT LKLL, , TEA DEALER AND GROCER, jT> aunouncos his JLV and the Public, that he has REMOVED more commodious

ROBERT LKLL, , TEA DEALER AND GROCER, jT> aunouncos his JLV and the Public, that he has REMOVED more commodious

Premises, No. 51, DEAN STREET. I next Door to Messrs. and Cos. Bank, where he has on Hand a choice Stock of TEAS. COFFEES, SPI- CES, &c, which offers at such Prices Hope* will meric < ontmuatioi: those Favours he has hitherto ex| perienced. A SHOP TO LET, No. 39, DEAN STREE9. Ne
May 19, 1838 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
1 'V«k ? preached in ALL £*• ril 'liv'tl,' raslil '' SUNDAY MORNING, s, " ' 'SEY, A.M., Curate ,ith

1 'V«k ? preached in ALL £*• ril 'liv'tl,' raslil '' SUNDAY MORNING, s, " ' 'SEY, A.M., Curate ,ith

' Aid tbe * of ' Wel,sJPcesan SOCIETY FOR AGEMENT PAROCHIAL *« v A nn ET , BISHOP , Green, Durham, on pa* \ o'Clock. the .be voted definitively unless the »?nM. Ps Trel? 3S been submitted by Letter to Meeting. lSUrer ' Three Weeks before &\ JHOS. BAKER, V $ T. FOX, Treasurer. id
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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BIRTHS. On the lst i

BIRTHS. On the lst i

nst. near Brandling-place, the wife of Mr. Joseph Browne, a son. Al Morpeth, on the 30th ult. Mrs. S. Wilkinson, a son. At Dinsdale Rectory, on the 31st ult. the wife of the Rev. W. S. Temple, of a daughter. At Bishop-Wearmouth, on the 29th ult. the wife of Mr. J. M. Favell, of a
April 6, 1839 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

Thursday Eventxc. Prorogation or Parliament.—Parliament was further prorogued this morning by* commission. The Commissioners were the Lord Chancellor, Earl Mulgrave, and Lord Auckland. The ceremony took place in the Library of the House Lords. have received a file of Denierara p
October 25, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AMATEUR MUSIC MEETING.

AMATEUR MUSIC MEETING.

Northumberland, Durham, and upon-Tyne Amateur JVJusic Meeting, took place in large Assembly Room, Newcastle, on Tuesday eveiowß last, and was attended by a brilliant assemblage of persons. The company included large portion. *■ the most distinguished families of the town and nei
October 25, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET, TUESDAY, OCT. 21. The quantity of Wheat brought by the farmers to market to day was rather small, but fully adequate to the demand, and prices may be considered nearly the same as on Saturday. Old Wheat meets with very little enquiry, owing to the generall
October 25, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE & DARLINGTON RAILWAY.

NEWCASTLE & DARLINGTON RAILWAY.

The fifth half-yearly meeting of the Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway Company was held on Monday last, at the Railway Station, the City of \ ork, George Hudson, Esq. in the chair. , . ... Mr. Close, the Secretary, read the advertisement calling the meeting which contain
August 10, 1844 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England