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LONDON—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2.

LONDON—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2.

LONDI) 0-r IsI DAY As' OVL'JjfEAr 2. COURIER OFFICE, THREE O'CLOCK. "Tl't- ,IInCE, OCT. 31, Two O'CrTOC', A. 1.-TPis- patches from Lolndoll wvere received by tile Dutbh Govern- V112o1t OIL SLilduly tild Tuesday. TIhet British and i-rench Legations lad addressed to the Dutch Gover
06 November 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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WINlE A`TD SPIRITl S~OR1E 9 No. 6, NorthaFtreety BELFAST. FRANCIS MAGEE ETURNS his sincere thanks to his Friends and W' the Public, for the very liberal support he has receiv- ed since his commencement in business, and to inform them, that having considerably enlarged his concern
06 November 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DYING TROUBADOUR.

THE DYING TROUBADOUR.

A BlALLAD. MY harp is mute, my heart is cold, My wanderings all are o'er; Tlhe secret of my love untold, She'll learn when I'm no more: Go hang my harp on yonder tree, And make my grave full deep, Or when she comes to weep for me,. 'Twill break my golden sleep. Why did I leave m
09 November 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANK OF ENGLAND—IMPORTANT.

BANK OF ENGLAND—IMPORTANT.

BANK OF ENGLAND-IMPORTANT. A very extraordinary article appears in a Londou paper called the " Guardian and Public Ledger," which is likely to create attention. The article commences by stating that the evidence taken before'the Secret Committee on the Bank of England, has been p
28 August 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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FEMWA LE flD1YCATi; ?? IMPO.TANT TO RESPECTABLE FAMILIES: A LADY who has bad considerable experience in A the att of TEACHING, and of whose character ad qualificaitions the most satisfactory testimonials can be giyvet i would attend a young Lady, or a number of young Ladle. I of
03 January 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

DUBLIN, APRIL 9.-SUGAR-There was very little business transacted during last week, buyers keeping out of the market, as fresh arrivals are expected every tide._ MALT-There were considerable sales last week at from *27s. to 27s. 9d. per barrcl.-WHIISI;EY-A Considerable quantity w
13 April 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPRESENTATION OF COUNTY ANTRIM.

REPRESENTATION OF COUNTY ANTRIM.

To THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. Sua-A friend has directed my attention to an article in the Evening Afail respecting the representation of Antrim, and feeling, in common with my fellow Protestants, a deep interest in the subject, I beg, leave to correct the errors bito which t
25 September 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARTHA GREEN'S SONG.

MARTHA GREEN'S SONG.

(From the Poen! of the " Village Poor Howse.") I nRA a dream of yesternight, it was a bilessed dream, Methought 1 saw a fair young child, a cottage, and a stream, A fair young child ?? the stream, a cottage clean and white; Methought my heart leapt up to ace so beautiful a sight
25 September 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—SEPTEMBER 20.

BELFAST MARKETS—SEPTEMBER 20.

BELFAST MARKETS-SEPTEMBER 20. ?v ciet of I121b. Oatmzeal . ...8 Od@, 9 lO WIt. Wheat 10 6 - 0 0 Reddo ?? 0-0 0 Barley ?? 10 Oats ...6 1.-0 0 . ?? 3-5 6 Flourlst ?? 20 6 - 0 ..2d .. 1 6 00 0- . ?? 66_0O0 ?? I 6--0 0 Bran ?? 6.0 0 O Potatocs, ?? I 0 -I 3 Butter, fir '79 0-80 0 Ashe
21 September 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EAST INDIA MONOPOLY—PUBLIC MEETING.

EAST INDIA MONOPOLY—PUBLIC MEETING.

. EAST INDIA MONOPOLY-PUBLIC MEETING. When the brief analysis of Mr. Buckingham's letter, in- serted in the first page of the News-Letter of this day, was written, we were not aware that the appeal to our towns- men, which we ventured to make in the concluding para- graph of that
15 June 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland