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-BIRTH- On the 20th

-BIRTH- On the 20th

-BI RTE- On the 20th inst. the wife of Mr. Samuel Matthewson, of Rickamore, of a son and dutighter. ._MIARRI ED- On the 16th inst. by the Rev. John Coulter, Gilnalhirk, Mr. Jont BRADlLEv. ClIitVIaRally, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of Mr. John Kennedy, Ballymreelaff. Oji the 22d
30 December 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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a . E ET, as r'.w occupied b .f2 GaE`It. The Front is Fou ,. oik ajrav.nts. Besides tbe advants _.on of this Concern, the two fir~t Storeys can b t.ced hito Sale Rooms, or Haberdashery Apartments, L any ltind of Busin ?? from ist May nest. Please appl3 to Mrs. BUNTING; or GEORGE
30 December 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS—OCTOBER 18.

IRISH STOCKS—OCTOBER 18.

I.RISH S'OCKS-OCTOnEc 18. Ct, G D C.. II 4 qP Ct. New Stock At Si Ct. Gov. St. 93i Bank Stock .. ?? 2506 4 p Ct. Old Stock... % f. 6P Ct. G. Can.Loan 78' % ENGLISH STOCKS--OCTosaR 17. 3 r Ct. Consols ?? 8,5%-1I Bank SLock ?? 208 3 { Ct. Reduced ?? 85 India Stock ?? 237 3? # Ct. R
21 October 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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REWARD. II EREAS same evil-disposed persons (lid, on Sarda y night tb 2 he 2th, or n iingey morning the 25th inst. wasutonlyijur the CRESTS wcich sur- nteted tbe Tripods at the Entrance Gate at ORMEAU, the seat of the MARQUIS OF DONEGALL, by break- ng off nee of the said C t erwi
10 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHY DO WE [ill].

WHY DO WE [ill].

WHY DO \VE MARX ?^--ANSWERED. The truth is, thait tbore are very few who properly cairn' eitf the conduct they ought to pursue in the choice o f at wife, arid more especially What their cordtict ought, to be after mar- riage. rt is too much like truth to be wholly untrue, that ma
04 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HOLLAND—IMPORTANT.

HOLLAND—IMPORTANT.

HOLLAND-IMPORTANT. OWIDER OF TilE DAY. " To the Citadel of Aetu'erp, the Forts dependent upos it, and i#is Mjae.ty's Navy in the .Scheldt. `Brave brethren in arms !-The moment, when old Dutch courage and loyalty are to be put to a new test, ap- proaebes. Within a few (lays a Fren
27 November 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

UXNATURAL PARENTs.-A young man of respectable appearance was brought before the Lord Mayor under the following peculiar ?? constable of Ald- gate stated that oil the preceding night the prisoner knock- ed at the watch-house door and said that he wanted to give himself up, as he
27 November 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIIP NEWS. The steam-ship Chieftaitn, Owens, for Liverpool, sail, this day, Taesday, at three o'hleork afternnon. Smnaock 1 i s. Pvrton, has arrived soble at London. Smack Ardent, Gow;n, has ssiled for London'. Smaek Ranter, Savage, for Lontdoin, clears on Saturday The s
13 December 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORN LAWS AND MANUFACTURES.

CORN LAWS AND MANUFACTURES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. SIR-I perceive, by the Nevis-Letter of yesterday, that your observations on the Corn Laws have raised you an op- ponent in Newry. As they are a subject of major import- ance to the community, I, as one, at your emphatical sug- gestion, thought a
14 August 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AFFAIRS IN FRANCE.

AFFAIRS IN FRANCE.

. We published in outlast number the speecli of the .French King at the opening of the Chambers. The peculiar ternis in which his Ma esty anticipates at least the possibility of ".guilty mnieuvres',' being employed. to " raise up obstaWles' to. his governmenOt' must have struckl
12 March 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland