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TIME HIGH WATER. j SHIELDS. Even. \ Morn.\ Even. ; Morn, Ev*n- DECEMBER. ' B. M. H. M. H. '8.M.!

TIME HIGH WATER. j SHIELDS. Even. \ Morn.\ Even. ; Morn, Ev*n- DECEMBER. ' B. M. H. M. H. '8.M.!

B. *- * J- Saturday 15 82»| 8 8 I lli Sunday T66!8 32 « ° " Monday 17, 10 89 862;9 24 » * »84 Tuesday 18 11 15 11 61 0;10 10 Wednesday ....19 12 1 oill 11 3,1 " Thursday 20 132 'f. 1 Friday 2 280 12 48 « 125 Saturday 221 U}___STt High Water at Blyth is minutes before _; a,t Hart
December 15, 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

Tbe Right Hon. Lord Ravensworth left Ravensworth Castle on Saturday, for London, lor the season. Captain Arthur Lambton, of the Coldstream Guards, arrived at the residence of his father, W. H, Lambton, Esq., in Chesham-place, London, on Saturday morning, from the Crimea, A reser
April 12, 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DURHAM UNIVERSITY.

DURHAM UNIVERSITY.

EXAMINATION IN THEOLOGY. MICHAELMAS TERM, 18(10. First Year.—Henry Bell, University College : Wm. Bethel 1, Bishop Hatfield's Hall; Wm. Gill, Bishop Hatfield's Hall; W. Ford Taylor, Bishop Hatfield's Hall. Admission.—Charles Beckett, University College; John Coulson. Bishop Hatf
November 3, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Canada.—The glorious news that Sebastopol fallen into the hands of the allies has created *f demonstration of joy from one

Canada.—The glorious news that Sebastopol fallen into the hands of the allies has created *f demonstration of joy from one

end of the loyal province Canada to the other. Quebec, Montreal, and were illuminated, and other towns and villages their example. Arrangements have been made in a . to raise immediately a force of 2800 recruits for the army. The Overland Mail.—The advices from r' cutta this mai
October 27, 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY AT NEWCASTLE. FOR THE WEEK ENDING OCT. 31st, 1860 UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF CAPTAIN o'OFADY ROTAL ENGINEERS. Latitude,

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY AT NEWCASTLE. FOR THE WEEK ENDING OCT. 31st, 1860 UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF CAPTAIN o'OFADY ROTAL ENGINEERS. Latitude,

51". Longitude. l 36*30". Heigh abovet Sea.lB7 Feet. * ' Moon's Age. Hj -i " DayTf a'• SUfi Day of tho 5 j J I Messrs." | » >' Troughton & •c*; - : : Sim's Baro- :.: SSfcooSo' meter,No.ll. ::: 1 &,2 Reading. » C I" 551 • • Thermometer * I ! Corrected for g: fndex Error, " = 2. »
November 3, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, Feb. 20. Several petitions were presented against the unccnditional abolition of church-rates. THE RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. Earl De Grey and in reply to Lord Vivian, explained that the Government intended to form separate companies of rifle volunteers into batta
February 25, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DIVINE SERVICE IN THE METROPOLITAN THEATRES.

DIVINE SERVICE IN THE METROPOLITAN THEATRES.

In addition to the Sunday evening Special Services, by some of themostjeminent clergymen of the Church, in St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and Exeter Hall, which are, on each occasion, crowded to excess, services have, for some weeks past, been held in several of the me
February 25, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. SS T and Manager, Mr. E. D. Davis, Eldon r OF SIR WILLIAM AND LADY DON »

THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. SS T and Manager, Mr. E. D. Davis, Eldon r OF SIR WILLIAM AND LADY DON »

THE PANTOMIME. rHIS EVENING, SATURDAY, FEB 20, .r£, **3 Entertainments will commence with Charles e Drama of NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. wi th (tor the Last Time) the Magnificent o;*C«mic PANTOMIME of HARLEQUIN LOKDE ; Or, YE YE EARLE, MAYDENNE. , . , £ a '"lequin Mr. Jerome Lionel. l. a
February 25, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
London and Provincial Corn Markets

London and Provincial Corn Markets

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET. SATURDAY. Oct. 20. A very large supply of farmers' new wheat, and assisted a demand for seed, the whole sold quickly at per qr. more money than this day week. Condition still very various, but quality generally good. New ship samples brought the extreme ra
October 27, 1855 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AKHIVALS OF GRAIN NEWCASTLE FOR TB* WEEK ENDING APRIL 11. Coastwise Pea °' R( Foreign 1697 —. ~ ko FIOW

AKHIVALS OF GRAIN NEWCASTLE FOR TB* WEEK ENDING APRIL 11. Coastwise Pea °' R( Foreign 1697 —. ~ ko FIOW

coastwise;-barrels * Wnlv 0 ? EA AND CORRESPONDENTS tut in 1844 it was, by act of parliament, annexed to the County ot Northumberland. Several communications and advertisements stand over for want of room.
April 12, 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England