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THE COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT AND FASHION.

The Queen and Prince Albert, with the Prin. j Royaj, the Duchess of Saxe "Weimar, the Princess Anre and Ameliecf >axe Weimar, and Prince Edward and Prince Ojustavus of Saxe Weimar, the ladies and gentlemen of the Court and the domestic household, attended divine service in the p
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

Lord Elcho's Fox-Hocnds meet on Monday the December at Hepburn Wood: Wednesday tbe 2nd Hill; Friday the at and Saturday the6th at Ingram—at half-past ten. The Morpeth Harriers meet on Tuesday the lst January at Cottiintwooa; Friday the at Cliitoii— ten. 'Jhe Tindalk rox-Hou.NDS
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PROTECTIONIST MEETINGS.

PROTECTIONIST MEETINGS.

meeting the freeholders of Devonshire, held yesterday week the Castle-yard, Exeter, presents one of the tbe noblest examples of popular assembly which can be found in our history. The meeting was called upon a requisition of between seven and eight thousand freeholders, and the
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

London and Provincial Corn Markets, NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET. SATURDAY. DEC. 22. The arrivals during the week have been small, both Foreign and English wheat, but the farmers supply to-day was good, and the trade throughout firm, at the full prices of last Saturday. English maiting
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. H. E. MILES, CURATE OF ALNWICK.

TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. H. E. MILES, CURATE OF ALNWICK.

A most graceful and interesting mark and affection was paid Monday last the Rev. H. E. Miles, curate of Alnwick, by tbe children St. Mary's Sunday School, for the lively interest which he manifests in their welfare, the unremitting attention he pays their instruc. tion, and, mor
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

Most men know why they hate—few why they love. Feelings are always made the use or temper; whereas temper much moie frequently influences feelings. j Experience is a torch lighted the of our delusions. I In the arrangements of nature there is nothing done in vain. j Let us rathe
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. " FORGET NOT THE POOR." season of gladness The homeless and hungry with again, VV hat they most W>

POETRY. " FORGET NOT THE POOR." season of gladness The homeless and hungry with again, VV hat they most W>

think not of sadness, Remember thy brethren VV c dream not of pain; Remember the poor I And soul-snaring pleasures - ... , , , The feeble Too long hast thou slumbered And drown the soft whisper -r, leemntf tl)elr " Forget not the poor 1" I Tl too are numbered. v 1 ny winter is n
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE TOWN COUNCIL.

NEWCASTLE TOWN COUNCIL.

The Town Council of tins Borough met on Thursday last, pursuant to adjournment, the Right Worshipful the M ayor, Joseph Crawhall, Esq. in the chair, when, after the minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, Mr. Burnup moved that the report the Town Improvement Committ
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The Sardinian Parliament was opened on the 20th by the King in person. Accounts Irom Madrid of the stnte that] the Government is going to raise 6.000 troops for the Pope, whom they are to be paid for their services. T lie Constituent Assembly has been dissolved. The event has be
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BRITISH REGISTERED VESSELS.

BRITISH REGISTERED VESSELS.

The extraordinary announcement of the intention of i Government to admit Foreign vessels duty free, whilst the duty retained on the materials, and ships to be broken up, has been received by the country with astonishment and disgust. The more the matter is considered, the more m
December 29, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England