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GRAIN, AND OTHER MARKETS.

GRAIN, AND OTHER MARKETS.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET, SATURDAY, MAY 20. The show of native Wheat was more liberal than last week, but having some arrivals coastwise tended to check any advance to-day ; the market was however brisk at last week's prices. The highest prices paid for Red and White Wheat were and
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Statesmanship. Our last advices from the West Indies confirm <us in tbe melancholy view we have taken of West India

Statesmanship. Our last advices from the West Indies confirm <us in tbe melancholy view we have taken of West India

affairs. odious was the late Council (Lord viewed, that the Assemblies and St. Vincent have solemnly refused adopt it any shape; and the meeting Dominica, proprietors and others interested the agricultural interests of that island, resolutions of equally firm and uncompromising
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

The valued letter of " Fidelis," and the communication our cellent friend T." are in type. They shall appear , We thank our fair correspondent for her *' Moral Speculum." It shall appear next week. " Bribtncfcus, "No Slipslop," Northumbrian," other favours stand over for the pre
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO THE EDITORS OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. GENTLEMEN,— In consequence the advice which I have from time to time offered

TO THE EDITORS OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. GENTLEMEN,— In consequence the advice which I have from time to time offered

to the Pitmen of the Tyne and Wear, I have had several letters from persons professing to be their friends ; aud as most of these have been anonymous, I will say a few words reply to them, through the medium of your extensively circulated paper. The real points dispute between t
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JAMES SIMPSON'S LIVERY STABLES AND HORSE BAZAAR, PVDDINU CHARE, NEWCASTLE. S. most respect fully begs left to announce * to

JAMES SIMPSON'S LIVERY STABLES AND HORSE BAZAAR, PVDDINU CHARE, NEWCASTLE. S. most respect fully begs left to announce * to

Gentlemen, Tradesmen, and others, in Newcastle and its Vicinity, that the above Stables are Now Open for the Reception-of Horses, Carriages, &c. &c, Commission for Sale, either by Private Contract Public Auction. Also for Horses to stand Livery, when the strictest Attention will
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. THE UPPER LAKE OF KILLARNEY. The romantic story of Kate Kearney, "who dwelt by the shore Killarney," is too

POETRY. THE UPPER LAKE OF KILLARNEY. The romantic story of Kate Kearney, "who dwelt by the shore Killarney," is too

well known to need repetition. She is said to have cherished a visionary passion for O'Donoghue, an enchanted chieftain, who haunts those beautiful lakes, and to have died the of folly, of love, and of madness." Why doth the maiden turn From voice so sweet, and words so dear Why
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. On the ult. at House, the Hon. lira. Liddcll, a daughter. On the ult. Cavendish-squire, Lady Louisa Duncorr.be. of

BIRTHS. On the ult. at House, the Hon. lira. Liddcll, a daughter. On the ult. Cavendish-squire, Lady Louisa Duncorr.be. of

a son. Bedford-square, the Lady of the Right Hon. Mr. Just-re Patteson. daughter. On the ult. at Hills, Mrs. C. Saunders, of a daughter. On Saturday last, at Durham, the wife of John Burrell, Esq. a daughter. On Tuesday last, at Chester-le-Street, the wife Appleby, Esq. of a dau
June 2, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A most important and intending parliamentary document, being " the report of the committee ap. pointed to inquire into the

A most important and intending parliamentary document, being " the report of the committee ap. pointed to inquire into the

present state of Agriculture, and persons employed in Agriculture ia the United Kingdom," has been published, an abstract of which will be found in our fourth page. The report dcvelopes many startling facts, and furnishes abundant matter for comment, but we can only, this weekca
September 7, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENT.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENT.

v. have type a notice that beautiful and pywii.,,. The Popular Encyclopedia, or Conversions adi ertised in our front page, but could not fr VJ-''' week fnan presai of matter of temporary interest v purpose giving it a place our next. ' *
September 7, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
QUARTERLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

QUARTERLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

Since our last report, the weather has presented two extraordinary anomalies. May was perhaps the hottest and June the coldest, within the recollection most people. In May there were 2ofi hours sunshine; that is, daily average of hours 13 minutes and seconds, being hours more th
September 7, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England