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TO KEEL-OWNERS THE RIVER WEAR. rpO LET BY PROPOSAL, the X TRANSPORT large Quantity of PIER BLOCKS and QUAY STONES

TO KEEL-OWNERS THE RIVER WEAR. rpO LET BY PROPOSAL, the X TRANSPORT large Quantity of PIER BLOCKS and QUAY STONES

from PENSHER STAITH, on the River Wear, SEAHAM HARBOUR. The Stones will he put on board and delivered free expense to the Contractor. Sealed Tenders will received by Mr. Stence, at Seaham Harbour, till Tuesday, the 21st May mutant. Seuham Harbour, Bth May, 1833. TO BE LET, Ar.d
May 11, 1833 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHARITY AND PULPIT NOTICES.

CHARITY AND PULPIT NOTICES.

John Hodgson Hinde, Ksq. M.P. has given a donation £25, the Rev. W. N. Darnell £10, and Dixon Dixon, Esq. and Nicholas Walton, Esq. £1. Is. each, towards the building fund Saint John's National Schools- Mrs. Bell and Walsham have kindly given a donation £l each to the'lndigent S
March 25, 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Moors.—The present sporting season is likely to successful. Game is plentiful, and fine con lition. The parties coming north

The Moors.—The present sporting season is likely to successful. Game is plentiful, and fine con lition. The parties coming north

are very numerous, include many gentlemen hitherto strangers to the hills. The Ex-Secretary for the Colonies, .Mr. Stanley, M.P., it is reported, will beat Kiliin, in Stratherrick, with a large party. The Secretary at War, Mr. Ellice, will be at Invereshire, in Badenoch; his gun
July 19, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DEATH OF GENERAL WOLFE.

DEATH OF GENERAL WOLFE.

To the politeness Captain Sloane, of Grenvillestreet, e are indebted for having had the pleasure of perusing the original letter of which the following is, verb'itim et literatim, a copy. The subject will, we feel convinced, excite an interest in the breast of such readers as ar
July 19, 1834 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO THE EDITORS OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Tynemouth, May K'th, 1832. Gentlemen,—You will have seen, through the medium of the

TO THE EDITORS OF THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. Tynemouth, May K'th, 1832. Gentlemen,—You will have seen, through the medium of the

liberal journals, that we have had meeting here for the purpose telling the hereditary fools who compose the House of Lords that we will suffer them to make no alteration in the delectable bill now before them, only for form's sake, though it should have the effect of the town o
May 19, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GRAIN AND CATTLE MARKETS.

GRAIN AND CATTLE MARKETS.

WAKEFIELD CORN 18. arrivals are small all articles in the trade. Business has generally assumed much greater firmness than last week, and v. a finds buyers prices rather exceeding the rates of this day The farorrrable for malting, there is still a demand for Barley, and per quar
May 19, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EXPOSITION OF THE NEW REFORM BILL CONTINUED.

EXPOSITION OF THE NEW REFORM BILL CONTINUED.

We now propose to explain a few equivocal terms in the act, which occasion, as we understand, much doubt and difficulty the minds several our readers. The act, as well known, insists upon residexce and registration as its two great hinges of operation. The nature registration an
August 18, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE TWELPTH.—GROUSE SHOOTING.

THE TWELPTH.—GROUSE SHOOTING.

THE TWELFTH.—GROUSE SHOOTING. Grouse shooting begins. What a charming thesis, what a splendid landscape of mountain, heath, purple valleys, and glistening lakes, is conjured up at these words. What remembrances of former pleasures, what anticipations of future delight till the sp
August 18, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UNIVERSITY & CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY & CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

PREFERMENTS. The Rev. R. E. Leach, late; Minister of Christ Church, New Mill, has been instituted, by the Archbishop of York, to the perpetual Curacy of Holmfirth. Patron, the Vicar of Kirkburton. The Rev. George Kennard, A.B. F.L.S., of St. Alban Hall, Oxford, has been preferre
August 18, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, AUGUST 10, 1832. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. Anne Dawson, Grosvenor square, Middlesex, boarding house keeper. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. John & Gregory Odell (Tarke, Newport Pagnell, Bucks, corn and coal dealers—William Bush Parker, Bristol, scrivener—John Fry, Bri
August 18, 1832 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England