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The meeting at the City of London tavern, on Tuesday, was unceremoniously broken in upon Mr. Grote' and his metropolitan

The meeting at the City of London tavern, on Tuesday, was unceremoniously broken in upon Mr. Grote' and his metropolitan

radicals, but the worthy banker and his followers did not altogether accomplish their purpose, and finally were at mortifying discount. The object was specific, namely, to sign an address declaratory of a desire to support the King in the constitutional exercise of his prerogati
December 27, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WM. ORD, ESQ., AND HIS SUPPORTERS. TO THE EDI TOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sl w e . iv ,f'

WM. ORD, ESQ., AND HIS SUPPORTERS. TO THE EDI TOR OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Sl w e . iv ,f'

account given of the meeting held at the Music-hall the evening „f Monday, the 22nd instant to promote Mr. Ord election, that there has been a complete gale amongst the gallipots. What a pity it is that these worthies had not some useful employment to occupy their time, such is
December 27, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TIME OF HIGH WATER.

TIME OF HIGH WATER.

Newcastle. I Shields. Sunde.Tann VS. . — Morn. Even. Morn. Even. Morn Eve.i DECEMBER. H. M. EL M. H. m. h. m v Saturday, 12 31 IHi p» an' Sunday, _J 247|314! 37 i 2 Monday, 29, , 338 2 238 32 Tuesday, 30, n.m 4221 4 312 332 3 -ii 34° Wednesday, 31 457 510 347 j 0 35? Thursday, J
December 27, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MR. COBBETT AND JOSEPH HUME.

MR. COBBETT AND JOSEPH HUME.

Mr. William Cobbett has written a letter to Mr. Joseph Hume, which is worth a peck of March dust or a King's ransom. We sincerely regret that we cannot find room for the whole of it, for it should be in the hands of every man, rich and poor, in Great Britain and Ireland. Mr. Hum
December 27, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATE JAMES HOGG-THE ETTRICK SALEPHEED.

THE LATE JAMES HOGG-THE ETTRICK SALEPHEED.

We last week noticed the death of this distinguished man, and we now supply, from Edinburgh Advertiser, the following particulars :—As prose writer the Shepherd did not excel; here the defects of his education shone more conspicuously than in his poetry. Hi s st yie was coarse a
December 5, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE A NORTH INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £3(J0,000, 12,000 Shares of honorary directors. l\k-' RIPPON, Esu., M.Eif - JOSEPH PEASE,

THE NEWCASTLE A NORTH INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £3(J0,000, 12,000 Shares of honorary directors. l\k-' RIPPON, Esu., M.Eif - JOSEPH PEASE,

Esq., M.P. JACOB MAUDE, Esq., Selaby-BsEJ' HUMBLE LAMB, Esq., Ryton. GENERAL AUSTIN. Vfc? 3 WM. THOS. SALVIN, Esq., Croxdale DIRECTORS. ' Mr. Robert Covlson. Mr. Nathaniel Hind- Mr. James Sillhk. haitgh. Mr. George Bargate. Jlr. Wm. B. Proctob. .Mr. Henry Nairn. Mr. James Finlay
December 5, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PURE PALE BRANDY, 725. per Dozen, in French Bottles, as imported. Connoisseurs Brandies, and those particularly who require pure Brandy

PURE PALE BRANDY, 725. per Dozen, in French Bottles, as imported. Connoisseurs Brandies, and those particularly who require pure Brandy

for Medical Purposes, are respectfully invited to make Trial of this Article. Note—Single Bottles may be had Samples, 6s. each. HOLLANDS, in Sealed Bottles, as imported from Schiedam, same Price as the Pure Pale Brandy. SPIRITS of superior Strength and Flavour, per Bottle—London
December 5, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IVTR. JOHN SCAIFE begs respectfully to inform his Connection and Friends of Newcastle and the Vicinity, of his Intention of

IVTR. JOHN SCAIFE begs respectfully to inform his Connection and Friends of Newcastle and the Vicinity, of his Intention of

waiting upon them the Course a few Days, when he will happy to submit for their Inspection a very extensive and select Assortment of Patterns for the approaching Season, and hopes be favoured with their further Commands, which will have his best Attention Letters for Appointment
December 13, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. THE NEW YEAR'S GIFT— By Mrs. A. Watts. little volume for our younger friends has beer, judiciously edited by

POETRY. THE NEW YEAR'S GIFT— By Mrs. A. Watts. little volume for our younger friends has beer, judiciously edited by

Tlaric Watts. In its literary matter there anSeveral Nam \S high merit, deserving to read the greater portion of its contents is well ulease and improve those for whom it is intended The verses titled A Day of Hard w«rv - and " \ Day of Disasters," are both written a very fusing
December 13, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOR LIVERPOOL, Fine new Brig MARGA:>K;4> >K;4> RETTA, Captain lying Apply to JOS. SHIELD and Co., Brokers. NEW YORK. remarkable

FOR LIVERPOOL, Fine new Brig MARGA:>K;4> >K;4> RETTA, Captain lying Apply to JOS. SHIELD and Co., Brokers. NEW YORK. remarkable

fine New Ship, WILLIAM WALLIS, of this Port, t Register Tons, Mr. Wm. Jackson, •^HtiCommander, has the Principal Part her * engaged, and will speedily be dispatched. For Freight or Passage, having superior Accommodation, apply to PLUMMER & GREENWELL, Newcastle, Sept., Brokers. O
September 1, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England