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MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS, &c.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS, &c.

CORK BUTTER MARKET, March 7.-Firsts. 112s ; seconds, ; thirds, 88s : fourths, 69s : fifths, 57s ; sixths, 435. 120 LONDON PRODUCE MARKET, March 7.—Sugar: Fair husiness, at full prices. Coffee very firm, but not much business. Tea firm ; demand moderate. Saltpetre and rice dull ;
08 March 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Mr. Ceo Adnes Senlptor n ' has ved an order from l, lossal "'"hie statue of the late . tb

Mr. Ceo Adnes Senlptor n ' has ved an order from l, lossal "'"hie statue of the late . tb

.i to he placed in St. Paul's N ,c * ne erectud that P to VdV 1 ' ll J - 1 ""? pauperism in England moSh h last ' a« compared with 1860 - the first week the int Qt', .3?6• '• V 1 ers , relieved . ;in the th * fifS hl , rdweok - 118 ' ;iB2 iutbe M eek ' 87 > - a Bin*l dgkinson ha
08 March 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPORTATION OF CORN FLOUR & MARL, DURING THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 5 1861.

IMPORTATION OF CORN FLOUR & MARL, DURING THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 5 1861.

An account of the total quantities each kind corn, dis tinguishing foreign and colonial, imported into the principa! ports Great Britain, (viz London, Liverpool, HuU, New castle, Bristol, Gloucester, Plymouth, Leith, Glasgow, Dun dee, and Perth), with the quantities entered ther
14 June 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE SIEGE OF GAETA.

THE SIEGE OF GAETA.

Naples, Jan. 24, Evening. The bombardment of Gaeta continues. Liberio Romano, Minister of the Interior, has appointed commission for the publication of historical documents concerning the Bourbon dynasty, taken from Archives at Naples, and dating from until 1860. Naples, Jan. 25
28 January 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE VICTORY AT TYNEMOUTH.

THE VICTORY AT TYNEMOUTH.

It cannot be too much regretted that the violence of the mob at Tynemouth was exhibited to such a deplorable extent at the close of the poll. Mr. Hodgson's injuries are such as to prevent the Hon. Member entering upon his Parliamentary duties during the present week. He will, ho
25 April 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE BRAZIL MAIL.

THE BRAZIL MAIL.

SOUTHAMPTON, Thursday. The Magdalena, with Brazil mails, has arrived. She brings £29,331 in specie and 16 packages diamonds. Spoke on 21st Dec. Calliope 28th, Blyth ; 22nd, Tyne.
04 January 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
__yf__f_x TAMES COXON and COMPANY - have just received several fresh Par- eels of WINTER GOODS, Purchased a considerable Reduction

__yf__f_x TAMES COXON and COMPANY - have just received several fresh Par- eels of WINTER GOODS, Purchased a considerable Reduction

in Price. Several important Additions in SILKS, FANCY REPS, DROUGETS, WINCEYS, POPLINS, and other MIXED FABRICS. DINNER AND EVENING DRESSES, LACE AND MUSLIN COLLARS, SLEEVES, Ac. Also Prime and Cheap Lot of FLANNELS and BLANKETS. 17 m TAMES COXON and COMPANY have always on Hand
04 January 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NATURE OF THE CHINESE REBELLION. TO THE EDITOR* THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. IR) —Great misapprehension exists as to the origin and

NATURE OF THE CHINESE REBELLION. TO THE EDITOR* THE NEWCASTLE JOURNAL. IR) —Great misapprehension exists as to the origin and

character of the rebellion in China. Its origin is thus described by M. Hue. " the first instance this was isolated act of highway robbery ; then followed the association of several villains that description, endeavouring to resist the efforts of the mandarin to repress them, an
16 January 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE LONDON PRESS

SPIRIT OF THE LONDON PRESS

THE NATIONAL EXPENDITURE. (From the Times.) one need be surprised to find the enormous amount our expenditure attracting the attention those whom it usual in constitutional language to call the appointed guardians of the public purse. The expenses of the Army, Navy, and Miscella
16 January 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WART LIBERALS "SAY OF EACH OTHER.

WART LIBERALS "SAY OF EACH OTHER.

WART LIBERALS "SAY EACH OTHER. p7 the speech of Mr. Rowcliffe, the Chartist, a'fr' %r. ers , ' s re-election on Thursday. Mr. Rowcliffe U 4lrs . but lj s P° a great deal about foreign j Pjssed over domestic matters. He wished Palmerston had done with his Reform Bill. the turnecl
01 April 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England