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IRISH CHURCH REFORM BILL—HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY.

IRISH CHURCH REFORM BILL—HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY.

IRISH CHURCH REFORM BILL-HOUSE OF I LOADS-FRIDAY. 1 - . . ~ . . . The following are the most important passages in theI speeches of the Duke of WELLINGTONarid the LORDG jCHANCELLOR on the Irish Church Reform Billirk, the Lords on Friday night. We select these speeches in. prefere
26 July 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BIROUGHAM. In approaching the subject of the life of this most dis- tinguished individual, the vastness of the material thatcoui- poses it must strike every biographer. He must see that, like the Egyptian architect, he has to deal with masses suf- ficient, individually, -for
15 January 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW BARRISTERS.

NEW BARRISTERS.

The following gentlemen were called to the Bar on Friday :- Win. Gillilan Johnson, Esq. youngest son of Win. John_ ion, of Fortfield, in the county of Antrim, Esq. Chas. Tottenham, Esq. eldest son of H. L. Tottenlian, late of Macrnurrough, county Wexford, Esq. deceased. I Oliver
15 January 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Capt. Fane, 4th Dragoon Guards, was recently appointed aid-de-camp to the Commander of the Forces in Ireland: The following Oflicers of the 46th regiment, returned from India, will retire upon half ?? Breiner, Lyster, Webster, and Wood, and Assisrarir-Sugeon Lyster. Capt. Griffi
27 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SYNOD OF ULSTER—NATIONAL EDUCATION.

SYNOD OF ULSTER—NATIONAL EDUCATION.

SYNOD OF ULSTER-NATIONAL - EDUCATION. * WE predicted that the Board of National Education would sanction the resolutions of the Synod of Ulster, and our predietion has been fulfilled. A circular has been sent to each of the Ministers of the Synod, containing the fol- lowing extra
27 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LADIES FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY.

LADIES FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY.

BALL DarSs.-The hair is arranged in the new fashion, a li Floride, with garlands and bouquets of flowers. One garland is put on the left side, and continued round the base of some light bows of hair, which are surmounted by feathery sprigs. A bouquet is placed above the curls on
05 February 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

On Tuesday last, embarked at Donaghadee, on board his Majesty's packet Fury, Captain Henry, General M1olyneux and suite. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, accompanied by Baron Tuyll, sailed on Thursday for Liverpool. Very Rev. Dean Leslie left Dublin on Thursday for England. O
29 January 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TOWNSEND STREET, NEAR BROWN-SQUARE.

NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TOWNSEND STREET, NEAR BROWN-SQUARE.

NEWPRESBY-TERIANC IUYW M OCNSENDI i STREit," C - BR - ?? 4.t.A iE. On Tisesd& the foutidoionl stone-tof this building Mas laid, upon which occasion a respectable company, attended.' The ceremony was commenced by the Rev. Geo. Bellis reading the 122d Psaim.r- The Rev. Dr. Haftna,
25 October 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

FOR THE BELFAST NBWES-LETTER. AN ANSWER. YOU'LL. never gain aught by regretting, " What cannot be helped must be borne," Then do, for God's sake, cease this fretting, 'Tis far better to laugh than to mourn. Why should we still grieve o'er, and sorrow, For pleasures long since pas
30 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A MAY SONG FOR EMILY.

A MAY SONG FOR EMILY.

AMiMAY SONG FOR EMILY.- From Fras&'s Magazine for July. MA'S red lips are breath'd apart By the music of her hearty Which ever gently stealeth tbiougb, Like enchanted honey-dew, Dropping from some t dour tree In the golden Araby; And Gladness danceth on each stream, And singing c
19 July 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland