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By a freak of office, inexplicable on any grounds of reason or utility, Mr. M. T. Baines, on succeeding Mr.

By a freak of office, inexplicable on any grounds of reason or utility, Mr. M. T. Baines, on succeeding Mr.

Chas. Builer at the Poor Law Board, deprived the country of all means of observing the progress of pauperism. Every writer on our social statistics censured the mode of stating the number of paupers, introduced by the Board, erroneous and useless, and, as was obseived by the exc
October 16, 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HALL AND HOLLOWAY, MERCHANT TAILORS WOOLLEN DRAPERS, GREY STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE RESPECTFULLY inform their Customers, the Gentlemen of Newcastle and Nighbourhood,

HALL AND HOLLOWAY, MERCHANT TAILORS WOOLLEN DRAPERS, GREY STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE RESPECTFULLY inform their Customers, the Gentlemen of Newcastle and Nighbourhood,

that they have now to Hand the largest Variety and most choice Lot of Goods they have for many Years had the Pleasure of offering for Inspection, the Whole selected with the greatest Care and Attention Mr. Holloway, who has just returned from the London and West of England Marke
October 16, 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T BERT'S ASTHMATIC BALSAM, truly effcatious and pleasant, without confining the Bowels or affecting the Head. few of the many

T BERT'S ASTHMATIC BALSAM, truly effcatious and pleasant, without confining the Bowels or affecting the Head. few of the many

Thousand Testimonials of Cures of ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, SHORTNESS of BREATH, and all Disorders of the CHEST and LUNGS, taking LAMBERT'S ASTHMATIC BALSAM, Sufferers from Asthma, of however long standing, or those ] who are prevented from even lying down for fear of
October 16, 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BIRTHS. tbe { ' In the Leazes Terrace, the st " * Arthur Pring, of a son. „ 0 the

BIRTHS. tbe { ' In the Leazes Terrace, the st " * Arthur Pring, of a son. „ 0 the

At Ayre's Quay, el!) wife of Mr. George Lindsay, of TboS . At Durham, on the Bth inst. the . t W> Esq. barrister-at-law, of a son. „ deac°V tbe ' At the residence of the en. Ar the wife College, Durham, on the ]4th inst. ft so t , p Wm. Darnell, Incumbent of tfae ilttt At Fence
October 16, 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LATEANDPRESENTBOARDSOF ADMIRALTY.

LATEANDPRESENTBOARDSOF ADMIRALTY.

Nothing is more delightful, says the Press, th ? ness members of the community living laborious «*' scorning nights of ease, from spirit of pure patflf' inspired hope of reward ; nothing is more tf than to find that such sacrifices, however disinterest not always unprofitable, e
November 19, 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT AND FASHION.

+ A Cabinet Council was held at three o'clock on Saturday the Foreign Office. Another Cabinet Council was held on Wednesday, which sat two hours and a half. The Duchess of Gloucester is now convalescent. Drs. Hawkins and Ferguson, the physicians in attendance, are fully satisfie
November 19, 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JAMES ALLEN & SON, ALNWICK, GENERAL DRAPERS, HATTERS, BEG to intimate that they have been appointed Messrs. Niooll, Regent Street,

JAMES ALLEN & SON, ALNWICK, GENERAL DRAPERS, HATTERS, BEG to intimate that they have been appointed Messrs. Niooll, Regent Street,

London, their Awaits in Alnwick, for the Sale of NICOLL'S REGISTERED PALETOTS which are now so well known, and so justly celebrated as the most Useful and Gentlemanly Garment extant. Paletots may be had in all Qualities, and at same Prices as London. J. A. & Son are also sole Ag
November 19, 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Provisional Government of France will have nothing to do with the Irish Rebels. M. Lamartine has refused to fraternise

The Provisional Government of France will have nothing to do with the Irish Rebels. M. Lamartine has refused to fraternise

with Meagher or O'Brien. Invited to afford aid and arms towards the mad project for disuniting Ireland from the Crown of Great Britain, he has nothing hut lofty expressions of sympathy to bestow, telling the confederation champions, that if they want to wage war against England,
April 8, 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PUBLIC REVENUE.

THE PUBLIC REVENUE.

Abstract of the Net Produce of the Revenue of Great Britain, in the Years and Quarters ended April sth, 1847, and Jan. sth, 1818, showing the Increase or Decrease. i Ouarters end. \or. 5.;. 1847. 1840. Increase. Decrease Customs £'4,447.K/3 £4,->!)),fi-<» Kvcise 2,0 2,101 £.149.
April 8, 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STRAW BONNETS & SPRING NOVELTIES. ROBSON respectfully informs the Ladies that Mrs. ROBSON has selected in London beautiful Assortment of

STRAW BONNETS & SPRING NOVELTIES. ROBSON respectfully informs the Ladies that Mrs. ROBSON has selected in London beautiful Assortment of

Town-made BONNETS, RIBBONS, &c. suitable for the early Season. Mrs. R. is now in Paris. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BLACK AND WHITE SATIN SHOES. FRENCH MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 15, MOSLEY STREET. REMOVAL. Mand E. RICHARDSON most respectfully • announce to their numerous Friends and t
April 8, 1848 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England