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AUCTIONS . Sale this Day. SUIGAR AurETio. T. & J. MITEAR till SFFL,-rby AUCTION, Gd on TUESDAY, the. 1ltVApgust instant, at rWELVE o'clock, at their STO1CS 73 Hhds. 8 Tierces ANTIGU SUGARS. 110 Barrels ) (427 5th Aug. 1858. G. C. HYNDMAN, Broker. Sale To-Morrow. FIURNITURE BY AUC
11 August 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

COUNgrY OT' A2RU A 5IZES _TR08ECUT1O.V TOS FERURY-TEE9: WUNG a. V ha 11~ftf- The interest wvhiet this trial has excited, induces us to give the following full report of it, which wvas promnised in our last. The trial took place before the Honorable Mr-Jiustice po3re, atid the fol
11 August 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, DEc. 14.-There is hut little business doing in the Wheat trade this morning, and the market may be quoted as on Wednesday. In Bar- ley and Oats the trade is heavy, but Wednesday's quota- tions are nominally those of this day. In Beans, Pease, and other arti
18 December 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY SCHOOL JUBILEE.

SUNDAY SCHOOL JUBILEE.

SUNDAY scHiooL JUBILEE. Sunday last, the children belonging to the Belfast Stnday School Union, consisting of 21 schools in Belfast and its neighbourhood, assemblerl at the Birowri-street Schools where they were arranged in order for the purpose of proceedting to the ?? of the Re
20 September 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Thie 74th regiment of foot expect to move from Lime- rick for Belfast early in October. The 64th, at present in Belfast, have received a letter for readiness. It is expected they will proceed to the Sauth. The headf-quarters of thd 60tb left Rivhmond barracks on Tuesday, for Kii
20 September 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MUTINY AND PIRACY.

MUTINY AND PIRACY.

- TIIAMES-OFEICE, LONDoN.-On Saturday, William Swvalloiv, alias Brown, alias Captain Waldon, the ringleader of the convicts who seized the colonial brig Cyprus, between Hobart Town and Macquarrie Harbour, in August, 1829, after overpowering the military guard, was brought before
22 October 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O PRINCELY IS THE BARON'S HALL.

O PRINCELY IS THE BARON'S HALL.

I PRINCELY IS ToM B.ARON'S HALL. (By WM. KENNEDY.) 0 RsicELy is the Barons -ball, And bright his lady's bower ! And Done may wed their eldest son, Without a royal dower; Uf such, my peerless maid, be thine, '''The'placo y dainty hiand iii dune." "A co* beside the old oak tree; Th
22 October 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THIS, 13ELFAST NEVS-LETTER. IFRIDAY-JANUARY 13. THE "NATIONA! COUNCIL." IN our last number we-offered some observations up- ou the Revolutionary Convention, which Mr. O'Con- nell fancied.he' would -have, been able to assemble in Dublin, and the notices of refusal which we were th
13 January 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GEOLOGY.

GEOLOGY.

TO HENRY M'CORMAC, ESQ. M. D. DErAR Sin-The next sentence in Professor S.'s second letter is as follows.-" The next paragraph is a puerile attempt at a mixed kind of analogical and a oriori reason. ing in amount as follows --Because the Deity has operated by secondary causes in
01 May 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

Wre last night received, by the Messrs. JOHNSTON'S Express, the London Papers of SATuatDAY evening, but they contain no news whatever. Speculations are still largely indulged in as to the probability of war with Rus- sial, but no facts are stated in addition to those which we ha
07 January 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland