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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

From Last s Gazette. THOMAS BRICK, Paternoster Row, London, dealer in electroplated goods. JOHN COOPER, Oxford Street, Middlesex, piano-forte maker. WILLIAM HENRY ROWE, Regent's Park, Middlesex, builder. HENRY HOLLINGDALE, Hudlow-of-Tonbridge, hay and straw dealer. MARY WOOD, Bu
January 12, 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANK OF FRANCE.

BANK OF FRANCE.

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. PARIS, Friday. The Moniteur pubbshes tbe usual monthly return of the Bank of France, which shews the following results compared with the December return: Decrease: Cash in hand, 82§ miUions ; Advances, miUions ; Treasury balance, 513 minions. Increase: Bi
January 12, 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SICILY.

SICILY.

TURIN, Friday. The New Lieutenancy Council for Sicily is composed as follows:—Torreansa, Finance ; Emerico Amars, Interior ; Orlando, Justice ; Santelia, Pubbc Works ; Turisi, Agriculture.
January 12, 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE HARTLEY COLLIERY CALAMITY. A PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW of the ENGINEHOUSE, MACHINERY, aud PIT-HEAP, sent to any Address, Album Size, for

THE HARTLEY COLLIERY CALAMITY. A PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW of the ENGINEHOUSE, MACHINERY, aud PIT-HEAP, sent to any Address, Album Size, for

13 Postage Stamps. Those ou Larger Scale sent on receipt of Postage Stamps, by \V . and I>. DOWNEY 111 NORTHUMBERLAND STREET, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; and MARKET PLACE, South Shields. CARTE-DE-VISITE PORTRAITS OF THE EARL OF BEVERLEY, THE LATE BISHOP OF DURHAM, SIR GEO. GREY, Bart.
January 31, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ORNAMENTAL SILVER PLATE AND PLATED GOODS EFFECTUALLY PREVENTED FROM TARNISHING BY A NEW PATENT PROCESS. REID & SONS having made

ORNAMENTAL SILVER PLATE AND PLATED GOODS EFFECTUALLY PREVENTED FROM TARNISHING BY A NEW PATENT PROCESS. REID & SONS having made

arrangements with the Patentees of the above Process, can now Supply any of their Goods so protected, at a very slight additional Cost, and can also have the same Process applied to Old Articles. 41, GREY STREET, NEWCASTLE. 888 ANTIQUE AND SECOND-HAND SILVER. \ N Immense STOCK S
January 31, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PROSPECTS OF TAXPAYERS IN THE DISUNITED STATES.

PROSPECTS OF TAXPAYERS IN THE DISUNITED STATES.

£pj£. and dated March 18, says :- «tte Cc taxation,"' which Lord Castle- hi ol i' tJ v , -, at of tk» araCteristic of Englishmen, does not VlU Whether, the course g ?' d Participate in that political vice of »' e er ' the financial screw is put T c to » storm of discontent 5 to
April 3, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

[Bl ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] HOUSE COMMONS. —Yesterday. THE MABfiTAGES (UtELAND) BILL. the order of the day for going into committee on the Marriages (Ireland) Bill, Sir E. Gbogan moved that the bill committed that day six mouths, ou the ground that its provisions were insufficient
April 3, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
??? ??? Bprtal Board—At a meeting of this board, held yesterday morning, at the Vestry of Bishopwearmouth Church, the llev.

??? ??? Bprtal Board—At a meeting of this board, held yesterday morning, at the Vestry of Bishopwearmouth Church, the llev.

Mr Falconar presiding, Thomas Rippon, S. S. Hoilgson, and John Lindsay, were re-elected members of this board. The audited accounts were passed, and Mr E. C. Robson and Mr G. R. Booth were re-elected auditors. Confederate Amusements. —It would appear from documents found in the
April 3, 1862 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PROSPECTS OF A COTTON FAMINE.

THE PROSPECTS OF A COTTON FAMINE.

THE PROSPECTS OF COTTON FAMINE. The question of Cotton Supply is acquiring, every day, additional interest and importance ; and it is clear that the Lancashire Manufacturers have, at last, become seriously alarmed. A correspondent the T mes, ten days ago, drew attention to the fa
August 30, 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AMERICA—THE CIVIL WAR.

AMERICA—THE CIVIL WAR.

. QUEENSTOWN, Thursday. "turner York » and Philadelphia Company's hlT' n 9 aroo > arrived at early hour this morning. Passengers, and a full cargo, out. m 0RK 17th August, Morning.—The Persia arrived Uo York, Boston, and Philadelphia Banks have Mth t^ tv millions Federal per cen
August 30, 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England