TO TIIE IND)EPENDENT ELECTORS OF t'ttF UP IyrUt'I1a OtF BII2E~.-i~T. G ENTILEI'N, ALTHOUGI the result of our late Election has beenI very different from what I had jtst reason to expect, I feel not the less indebted to you, for the able and strenuous exertions made on my belidlf.
toAflUN--MU IT ?? MARCH: 8.. We understand Oaftirnt Leopold,.accompanied by the 'Earl-oFaheideen,- 'Secretmry of. State for- Foreiga.: Affairs, procee4edo.to.Wiuds ,his morqnitig, to wait lipoII the Kin1. OnTle'isit'of tlie Prince'is'for the' pur- pose of taking ieave of his Maje
BEL:FAST NEWN-LETTEB. B!JELFAST-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. IRISH COERCION. TuE Bill for the adoption of. coercive measures in Ire- land has already passed through two stages in the Lords, and will, in the course of a few, weeks, be the law of the land. The feelings with which it is reg
T THOMAS MOORE. Thomas Moore, the Poet, has addressed a letter to the Electors of Limerick, declining the requisition which had been presented to him inviting him to stand for that city The concluding paragraphs of this letter are interesting and we therefore give them at length.
. On Wednesday the 3nth ult. we witnessed the elosing - scenue of- the Belfast Brown.street Daily Sohool Mhilsu r-.. mer Examinations. About five hundred of the rhil- dren were present, whose cleanliness, healthy appear- ance., order; fixed attention, and ready obedience, during
In a very clever article ill the last number of the Spectator, entitled " Advice to Mr. Brougiamn" we find the follo ving observations on the injurious effhet of the heavy taxation on newspapers, which we think extrmely jdiciou9, as well as forcibly stated. Other Members of Parl
ELFaST' BRANC99 OF rIlE BRITISH COLLEGE oEF HEALTH, New Road, King's Cross, Londons. CAUSESS OF CWJR5Es, By Mortson's "1 Vetegiable r,"niversql ledicizes,- uender the directions of J. BO RLA SE. T B. Snle General Agent for Bel+;st, and the N'irti oJ of Ireland, for vending the ab
EDINBURGH COURT OF SESSION, FWS. 15. COUNT PFAFF iE PrFAFFENHIOFFEN V. C1HARLES THE TENTH EX-KING OP FRANCE. This important case, which has excited great interest both here and on the continent, came on to be debated be-. fore Lord Corehoase on Friday, and occupied more than six