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Orders have been received for the supply, during the ensuing year, of 1,000 rounds shot and shell, to the First

Orders have been received for the supply, during the ensuing year, of 1,000 rounds shot and shell, to the First

Northumberland Artillery Volunteers. The North Eastern - Railway Monopoly.—A striking instance of injustice, caused by the monopoly of the North Eastern Railway Company, related in connection with a gentleman belonging to North Shields, who came down from London to tender his vo
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Newcastle Daily Journal. ■ - / TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1861. \ fill The Prussian Chamber Deputies Berlin had under

The Newcastle Daily Journal. ■ - / TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1861. \ fill The Prussian Chamber Deputies Berlin had under

discussion yesterday the affair of Capt. Macdnnald ; and the Prussian view of Lord John Russell and Lord Palmerston's statesmanship was expressed the language of these great luminaries being characterized as " tirades." ' Everywhere on the continent, the pettifogging of Lord J.
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ST. ANDREW'S PARISH CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL. Sir, —For many years, until last Sunday, the

ST. ANDREW'S PARISH CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL. Sir, —For many years, until last Sunday, the

parishioners of St. Andrew's were invited the clergy to assemble for public worship on Holy Thursday, that they might celebrate the ascension our Lord, the head of His body, the Church, into His kingdom in Heaven. Why the observance of this high festival, so important to every b
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MURDER AT ILKESTON.

MURDER AT ILKESTON.

A man named Joseph Smith, of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, has been murdered his son, George Smith, who blew his father's brains out with a pistol. The murderer purchased a pistol, with wliieh the murder was perpetrated, at Mr. Daniel Webster's, general dealer and pawnbroker, Clunil>er
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

i><'E. May 4. List of Persons who have passed the Examination iloov. —Easter, 18fil. Examiners. -- W. Selwyn, 8.D., Margaret Professor of Divinity; T. Jarrett, M.A.. Hebrew Professor ; J. Rigg, 8.D., St. John's College; J. S. Purton, 8.D., St. Catharine's College; T. T. Perrowne
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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MODES PARIS. MRS. RORSON has gnat Pleasure in announcing her return from Paris, with every Novelty of the Season. The

MODES PARIS. MRS. RORSON has gnat Pleasure in announcing her return from Paris, with every Novelty of the Season. The

SHOW ROOMS are now OPEN, and in addition to Mrs. JEL's elegant display MILLINERY, STRAW BONNETS, and HATS, her Stock of CAMBE and DRESS HANDKERCHIEFS, LACE and MUSLIN COLLARS and SETS, VESTS, ZOUAVE JACKETS, CLOVES, PARASOLS, CHILDREN'S ROBES and CAPS, and FANCY GOODS, of every
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE AND LONDON. fastest and most commodious vessels. r rpilE large Iron Screw Steamships J- SENTINEL (New Ship), Capt. Cay;

NEWCASTLE AND LONDON. fastest and most commodious vessels. r rpilE large Iron Screw Steamships J- SENTINEL (New Ship), Capt. Cay;

■^fT£rSEWLIFEGUARD, Captain BARRy ; or BRIGA- DI ER, Captain Jaques, leave LONDON WHARF', North Shore, Newcastle, as follows (Weather. &c, permitting):— Wednesday May at 1 Morniug. Saturday 11 3 Afternoon. Wednesday 15 at Morning. Saturday at Morning. Wednesday 22 at 1 Moruing.
07 May 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
At meeting of the Directors the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, held at Manchester yesterday, it was decided to recommend the

At meeting of the Directors the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, held at Manchester yesterday, it was decided to recommend the

proprietors, at their next meeting, to declare dividend for the half-year at the rate of 6" per cant, per annum, carrying forward a surplus of upwards £20,000,
25 January 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

STOCK, HOXEY, AND SHARE MARKET. LONDON, Monday Evening. *to*Jily, and advanced shade, but later in the day less firmness was evinced, and prices finished lower. Railways commenced and finished the same, with dull market ; Great Westerns were weak. Foreign stocks opened •beat the
02 July 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOREIGN MAILS.

FOREIGN MAILS.

The following table exhibits the arrivals and departures of the Foreign Mails TO AND FROM NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. i,r™>v,T„,v FIRST DESPATCH. LATEST AR- NEXT MAIL DESTINATION. DATE. HOUR. RIVALS. DUE. INDIA, rid ' Southampton... >... 3rd July 6*20 p.m.126 th June CALCUITA.) INDIA,
02 July 1861 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England