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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

RATERATTILE. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY IMIAGAZINE FOR MIARCH. THsBDiWini University Mlfrigazie for the present month is entirely literary, and, in this respect, the articles which it contains are of the highest order. We are gratified to see our old friend Carleton still on the list of c
03 March 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

A RR i V ED. Tuly 3-Robort, V'rirnrs, llowth, horrinlry Maid nfG t.o-v, (i.) HIamill, Stranrare Lord Straiigfmrd, DIver, s rangfiird, gr~in Eliziheith handAl, Randal, i rogheda, limlr St. cGeorge, P.,Vet, r Nrtaflrn, grain 4-Mary G-dmid, Thompa-nt, Stzangrord, grain l'artar, (st
07 July 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DAGUERROTYPE.

THE DAGUERROTYPE.

TIHE I)A(..UERROTYPE. (From the Spectator.) Ail ?? ltls lately been made public ?? that ic'lm more like some marvel of a fairy tale or (IC l Of neeroin alcy than a practical reality: it AV1011tR ,tto nothing les§ than niakiing light prodtue IePiteot pictnres, and enrave them at t
19 February 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAYING AN IRISH GHOST.

LAYING AN IRISH GHOST.

*: LAYING ANJRlSHi GHOST. . j.Th.VNatipnasl Mawggzine an~d. Pu/J~im Literar y GaziEtte for~tbe-presentnionh isjb~efre us', a~nd it '$ully sustains the .high- character which itsprevious, num-. bers had conferred on it. It containls sevetiibintcresting; oriomia taletsjfromnl one o
11 January 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

-BIRTHS- At Blackbill, near Denny, Scotland, on 31st nit. Mrs. FiNDLAY' was deliveted of three children, two girls and a boy; mother and children are all'doing well. On Tuesday Iast, at* Bootsburn tlitairish of Kirkpatrick- Jpxta, Scotland, the wife of an -induattious:1abourer wa
11 January 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT OF PORTRUSH HARBOUR.

IMPROVEMENT OF PORTRUSH HARBOUR.

IMPROVEMENtr 'OF PoRTRUSH HARBOUR: Upon the 5th of: December lastr , John Rennie,: Esq. vi- sited Portrush, and left the following, report,,addressed to the Committee of Directors:- *,Gentlemien-I have this day minutely examined the works carrying ol for the improvement of Portru
15 January 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKET PRICES—JAN. 14.

BELFAST MARKET PRICES—JAN. 14.

BELFAST MARKET PRlCkS-JAN. 1. ' I cwt of I 12b. V stoneof 16lb. ?? I Os. 3d@,1I 0 Tallow,rough3 0 ®b 6 WIf-. ?? 12 3 ?? ° , lb of 1So:. Red do .11 9 -0 0 Batterf.resh 0 8 ® 0 10 lI-rleY , .6 6 6 7 .6 6 I lb of 1602. Oats .. : . 1. - 6 6 Tobacco, leaf 0 3i@ 0 7 ?? 0-0 0 ?? ?? 1_3
15 January 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

L 1 T k-A.A T ILTRE. The Shamrlckc acollection of Irish Sorgsq, many of t'enz scarce,i or nerer before published but inia separate state,'wilh several orjignals. The ?? edited with Notes and Vrations, and a copious historieal Introduction, Xy Ifr. Weekes. Glasgow, 1830. This is s
04 February 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

TES BELFAST MEWrS-LT!LRT. THE BELGIAN QUESTiON. WE InientiOneC i;n our last aimibor, that a COn1mm- lication had belen oflicially niadc to tlle PelI-jaii Go- verninent by Sehastiani, tile French Mliniltcr, in which lie refuse(d, ol the part of 1lis goverinment, their expect- ed o
04 February 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEST INDIA COLONIES.

WEST INDIA COLONIES.

(FROMN THE COURITCll. ) We confess that we have been painfully disappointed at tthe apparently final resolutions of Government with regard to the West India Colonies. It seems that no material modification of the obnoxious order is to be expected-that no portion of the menace is
10 April 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland