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MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS.

Zimmerman declares " that water is the most suitable drink for man and does not chill the ardour of genius.' He says that the sole drink of Demosthenes was water. Be slow in choosing a friend, and slower to change him; courteous to ail; intimate with few; slight no man for his m
17 May 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CORNS AND BUNIONS* PAUL'S EVERY MAN'S FRIEND is a and speedy cure for those severe annoyances, with, out causing the

CORNS AND BUNIONS* PAUL'S EVERY MAN'S FRIEND is a and speedy cure for those severe annoyances, with, out causing the

least pain or inconvenience. Unlike ,*tl remedies for Corns, its operation such as to render cutting of Corns altogether unnecessary; (indeed, say, the practice of cutting Corns at all highly dangerous, and has been frequently lamentable consequences, besides its liability their
17 May 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
! ETJiY. THE ORPHAN.—By the Hon. Mrs. Norton. feeble girl sits working all alone! A ruined farmer's orphan, pale and

! ETJiY. THE ORPHAN.—By the Hon. Mrs. Norton. feeble girl sits working all alone! A ruined farmer's orphan, pale and

weak; Her early home wealthier strangers gone; jvo rural beauty lingers on her cheek; Her woe-worn looks heart bespeak; (Wh and 'y 'ifted eye I vv hose glances nothing hope, and nothing seek,) hose who have time for pity might descry thousand shattered gleams of merriment gone b
17 May 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

Sir W. Ridley's Fox-Hounds will meet Monday the 13th March, and on Frioay the at Matfen—each at half-past ten o'clock. The Lambton Fox-Hounds meet on Monday, the 13ih of March, Brancepeth; Tuesday, the 14th, at Cassop • on Thursday, the 16th. Morton Moor ort_ge: and on Saturday'
11 March 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

The communication an old Ship-owner unavoidably stand* over till our next. We w ill endeavour to make a good use of Mr. Gregson's " Case the Leaseholders" next week. have prepared article on the state of the Representation the County ot Durham, its City and Boroughs, which appea
11 March 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE that large and commodious HOUSE, in Mohpeth, lately occupied by Miss Smalridge, consisting of a

TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE that large and commodious HOUSE, in Mohpeth, lately occupied by Miss Smalridge, consisting of a

Dining J rawing Rooms, Seven Bed Rooms, likewise Dressing Room and Servants Bed Rooms, Coach House md other convenient Offices adjoining, with an extent >< Terrace and Garden or Orchard behind, commanding a View of the River and Vale of the Wansbeck the Whole containing an Area
11 March 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WANTED an Office a respectable YOUTH who can write good Hand. Apply Printer. , TO ENGINE^IAItERS\ BRANDLING JUNCTION RAILWAY. "ITWANTED,

WANTED an Office a respectable YOUTH who can write good Hand. Apply Printer. , TO ENGINE^IAItERS\ BRANDLING JUNCTION RAILWAY. "ITWANTED,

THREE LOCOMOTIVE EN▼ * GINES and a FIXED ENGINE of Sixty Horse Power, Specifications and Plans may be seen at the Railway Office, 11, Eldon-Square, Newcastle-upon-Tvne, where Tenders will be received until Saturday the 25th Marcii Instant—loth March, 1837. TO ENGINE WRIGHTS. TWO
11 March 1837 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UNIVERSITY & CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY & CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Colonial Bishoprics.—Die next Bishop to appointed under this fund will have the superintendence of the clergy and congregations in connexion with the hurch ol England the islands and on the coasts of the Mediterranean an.fthen measures will taken for the erection of mm in th
1 January 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

CARDIFF, Dec. 24.—Arrived nere, the Hendon. Holland, from Mem eh CROOKHAVEN , Dec. 23.—Put In, the Marys. Dawes, of and from Hartlepool for Sligo, 19 days out, stress weather, and to repair canvas. DARTMOUTH, Dec. 26.—Arrived, the Mary, Wakeham, frwn Newcastle for Mauritius. DEA
1 January 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET (THIS DAY) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET (THIS DAY) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31.

Ihis being holiday week, there was a thin attendance buyers, but a fair supply of beat from the growers, though from the state ot tne weather, the condition was bad; dry samples supported last week's currency, but other descriptions sold for less money. In Foreign Wheat scarcely
1 January 1842 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England