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TRAGEDY IN FRANCE.

TRAGEDY IN FRANCE.

ht mile atiempted murder and suiciiL 1 havi> committed at near Uordeans, whe::ce the details telegraj hv- dm* follows: suMUrf named Oourtade had had a with his landlord about some repair* in hl-» bouse, the matter was laid bofore a the who went to the bouse in question to eiamme
March 27, 1878 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-YESTERDAY. Or, THE NATT. of the House after the brief Whitsuntide i 4 announced message from the Crown that a is?' 88 * 011 had been appointed to enquire into the best means the navy. COUNTIES' RAILWAY.—BREACH OF PRIVILEGE. moved that Hudson Scott, and Washingto
May 29, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

WEEKLY COMPENDIUM.

The Qaeen has appointed Felix M'Carthy, Esq., to he member of the Executive Council, and James Jarrett, Esq., to be a member of the Legislative Council of the Bahama Islands; and Isaac Farrington, Augustus Benners and Charlevill Hill Smith, Esqrs., to be non-elective members of
May 29, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Earl of Shaftesbdby and jt» " Cabal."—The Earl of Shaftesbury, £ Govern tb»* abortive resolution of censure against ,

The Earl of Shaftesbdby and jt» " Cabal."—The Earl of Shaftesbury, £ Govern tb»* abortive resolution of censure against ,

p the House of Lords, smarting under e d b»* prevailed, and which, it appears, the letters, both through the post and r had participated in the factious 13nj £ ge the residence of Lord °° to f »n* published a letter, attributing statement of the Earl of Derby quotes bis J < deny
May 29, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE OUDE PROCLAMATION

THE OUDE PROCLAMATION

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE GOVERNORGENERAL AND SIR JAS. OUTRAM. The following is a copy of the correspondence laid on the table of both Houses of Parliament on Thursday evening week, between Lord Canning and Sir Jas. Outram, Chief Commissioner of Oude, relative to the proclamati
May 29, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NEWCASTLE, FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 26th, 1858. UNDER SUPERINTENDENCE OF LIEUTENANT O'GRADT, ROYAL ENGINEERS. Latitude. 54 5S

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NEWCASTLE, FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 26th, 1858. UNDER SUPERINTENDENCE OF LIEUTENANT O'GRADT, ROYAL ENGINEERS. Latitude. 54 5S

V 51". Longitude, 1° 36 30". above the Sea. 187 Feet. X Moon's Age. a o ■ ' g- • * f.*?"-* ,, Day of the Wee* ~3 a: Day of the Month. ■ ——— Messrs. Troughton ft .g : ci«», ci *. o. Pimm's Baro: . * meter.No.llJ :; : I£. Reading, Sj ' ' I -v-i« » : : &a, Thermometer. —J— Correcte
May 29, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Meat and Cattle Markets, Fairs, &c.

Meat and Cattle Markets, Fairs, &c.

ISLINGTON MARKET, MONDAY, June 8. Last week's imports of foreign stock into London were 2,531 head, ln the corresponding week in 1856,2,305; in 1855,2,880; in 1854,3.362; in 1853, 4,735; in 1852,4,948; in 1851,3,056; and in 1850, 2,124 head. IMPORTS INTO LONDON THE PAST WEEK. Be
June 13, 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Share Market.—The railway share market ha« exhibited rather more activity this week, and prices many instances may be quoted

The Share Market.—The railway share market ha« exhibited rather more activity this week, and prices many instances may be quoted

at a slight advance upon those previously current. For the Foreign and Colonial undertakings, there has been a fair inquiry, and prices have in general been well maintained. Mining shares have been inactive. Joint Stock Bank Shares have slightly advanced in value. The miscellane
June 13, 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Trinity Monday occurring Monday last, a special general court held the Trinity House on Tower-hill, London, at which Prince Albert

Trinity Monday occurring Monday last, a special general court held the Trinity House on Tower-hill, London, at which Prince Albert

was unanimously re-eleoted master, and John Shepherd deputy master of that ancient corporation for the ensuing year. Mbrcantilb Marine Fund.—The following are the receipts by the Paymaster-General of the Board of Trade on account of the Mercantile Marine Fund in the year 1855, v
June 13, 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Enormous Cost of Palaces and Parks.—Sir Benj. Hall, the First Commissioner of Fublic Works, is not very modest the way

Enormous Cost of Palaces and Parks.—Sir Benj. Hall, the First Commissioner of Fublic Works, is not very modest the way

of demands for public buildings and public works. For royal palaces and buildings wanta this year some £200 for parks and pleasure gardens, ; for the new House Parliament, £162,000; and for harbours of refuge, £224,000 besides many other stuns oo numerous to mention. The peculia
June 13, 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England