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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURE.

GARDENING AND AGRICULTURE.

General Remarks.—During the week the weather has continued very rainy with boisterous winds, and fine settled autumnal weather greatly needed every department of horticulture. little frost in the early morning will beneficial rather than otherwise, as it will tend to check the g
October 30, 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
' FUNDS. 3 ». Ct. Consols)'871 8 i \ 8 f«i Cons, for Acct.- 88» 88* 3 v-Ct. Reduced i

' FUNDS. 3 ». Ct. Consols)'871 8 i \ 8 f«i Cons, for Acct.- 88» 88* 3 v-Ct. Reduced i

86 + 34 ct. Reduc. H64 | 4 * Cent. New 1 ! 98* ! Long 121 \ 12~T Exehq. Bills pm * 12 12 ! "-, Exchq. \ I - IndiH3p. c .Bds.j | \ \ BM* stock 162T3j W India Stock | 3j! 2424 34! 243 ; 243 44 days '! N nj . \ orn - m ' i H. M.; H. M.} H. M,! H. M. ~H. Saturday 30, ,__f.m.: 3 4 1.
October 30, 1841 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BUILDERS, JOINERS, &c may have Battens Cut, Planed, Feathered, and Grooved, ready for laying down as Flooring, very moderate Terms,

BUILDERS, JOINERS, &c may have Battens Cut, Planed, Feathered, and Grooved, ready for laying down as Flooring, very moderate Terms,

i by applying at the Patent Flooring Mill, St. Lawrence Quay—Newcastle, Oct. 2, 1837. 6, BLACKETT-STREET. MIMISON respectfully informs the Ladies of Newcastle and its Vicinity, that she will have ready for Inspection an Elegant and Fashionable Assortment of FRENCH and ENGLISH MI
November 4, 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHARITY AND RELIGIOU

CHARITY AND RELIGIOU

S NOTICES. The TCpv. Croft, M.A. inducted into the Church and Vicarage of Harthurn on Sunday last. The Hey. T. ' 1,.15. Head Master of the Grammar School, and Curate Thornton, near Pickering (son the iate Mr. JenkensTerry, t Barnard Castle,) has been in«tnuted the Archbishop York
September 27, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

W. N. SANDILANDS, Couston, Linlithgowshire, Sept. 27 and Oct. at 1, at Black's Hotel, Bathgate. J. Hamilton, farmer, Sept. 26 and Oct. 22 at 1, at the Hamilton Arms Inn. H. FINDLAY, Stranraer, innkeeper, Sept. 26 and Oct. 17 at 1, at the Crown Inn, Ayr.
September 27, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ACADEMY, TURK'S HEAD ROOMS, GREY-STREET. MONSIEUR D'ALBERT, (Professor of Dancing, from London.) has the Honour to announce, that HIS ACADEMY

ACADEMY, TURK'S HEAD ROOMS, GREY-STREET. MONSIEUR D'ALBERT, (Professor of Dancing, from London.) has the Honour to announce, that HIS ACADEMY

IN NEWCASTLE WILL OPEN FOR THE SEASON On Wednesday the 24th of this Month, and will continue » to be held every Wednesday and Saturday. > One Class at Twelve o'Clock; another at Two o'Clock. In the course of the Season he will have the pleasure of introducing to his Pupils HER M
September 27, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHARITY AND PULPIT NOTICES.

CHARITY AND PULPIT NOTICES.

'MeM»—- . E. Bell, Esq. (formerly South Shields) Coal Exchange, London has lately become an annual subscriber to the North London Hospital. The Treasurer the Domestic Guardian Institution, this town, has received subscription £l. la. from 01. Salmond, of the India-house, London;
January 23, 1836 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
regret that the extraordinary tb e events that have changed the face and jPidit Continental Governments, and the ith -

regret that the extraordinary tb e events that have changed the face and jPidit Continental Governments, and the ith -

w bich they followed one upon the ren our noticing in detail, many interesting » N a of a domestic nature. For instance, we 11} as we should like t0 d °' Up n the Va which drove Lord Brougham to N ? e rights of French Citizenship, or blinded % t l rule international law, which f
April 22, 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

The treasurer of the Ragged School has? received a donation of £1 from W. S. Mrs. R. S. Pemberton, ot Usworth House, has given £10 towards liquidating the debt incurred in building St. Stepyen's Church, South Shields. Sir John E. Swinburne, Bart, of Capheaton, has made a fourtee
April 22, 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1840. The " do-nothing" Ministry it seems are to be stripped of their laurels

THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1840. The " do-nothing" Ministry it seems are to be stripped of their laurels

by a Parliament more "do nothing" still. For two successive nights has the business of the nation been brought to stand still, if, indeed, the business of the nation were of any real concern with such trumpery impostors as the Wakleys, Haweses, Bullers, et id genus omne of incen
May 16, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England