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    We thank "Abnormis Sapiens" for his communication in allusion to the productions recently contained in our poetry corner, and his suggestions thereon, and would be pleased to receive a production emanating from his pen ...

    Article : 44 words
  3. (To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.)

    The following interesting article I have slightly abridged from the Empire newspaper, which, if you will insert in your next edition, you will oblige. I have takes the liberty to ...

    Article : 1,002 words
  4. (To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.)

    SIR—However humble a man's position may be in society, it is his duty, or, at least, it ought to be, to try, to the best of his ability, to help and interest himself in behalf of his fellow-beings, who, ...

    Article : 632 words

    I think my husband George told you that be was an Odd fellow; and well do I know t. The state that he comes home in after the horrid lodge meetings at the Yorkshire ...

    Article : 1,513 words
  6. (Per favor of the Newcastle Chronicle.)

    SIR—In a few lines I would like to draw the attention of the proper authorities that, unless steps are at once taken to repair the breakwater from the old Signal Hill to Nobby's, much future expense ...

    Article : 113 words
  7. LAW.

    This was an application, on petition, by Mr. Humphery, official assignee of the above named company, for an order to appoint a receiver and to wind up the business of the ...

    Article : 1,021 words

    The following account of a Suttee is extracted from Mr. Seton Karr's "Selection from the Calcutta Gazette." The rite took place eighty years ago, a few miles ...

    Article : 904 words
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    Advertising : 640 words

    For the information of many of our readers, who have not an opportunity of access to the recent files received from England and the Continent, we subjoin the ...

    Article : 40 words
  11. (To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.)

    SIR—I have seen in the Telegraph, of Saturday last, an advertisement purporting to be an address of condolence to Mr. Alderman Way, on account of some strictures you are said to have dealt out to ...

    Article : 515 words

    Denmark has totally succumbed, Not only is Duppel fallen, and Alsen (practically) gone, but Fredericia has been abandoned and Jutland is occupied by the allied armies. ...

    Article : 47 words
  13. RUSSIA.

    The Emperor speaks of a Circassian extermination at a glorious work. 87,500 Poles have been transported to Siberia during the insurrection. ...

    Article : 25 words
  14. GREECE.

    Fresh disturbances at Athens. A FLYING MAN.—A gentleman, who is to fly up and down the vast nave of the palace, is now in treaty with the Crvstal ...

    Article : 807 words
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