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THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

Captain Back s Expedition.— This expedition, which . personal interest is attached superior to any our metnorv, is now about leave our shores, and we perform duty, , on The eve of its departure, in laying a brief account of it be- | fore our readers. From previous statements, th
04 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RURAL AFFAIRS

RURAL AFFAIRS

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JANUARY. Upper Belfast y 3 Jan., 1833. This is the second Winter in have hod to record, succession, the peculiar mildness of the season. During last Winter, the weather was remarkably fine; and this one, far, has been equally so. Such seasons arc, certain
04 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
.. r.Ko which to!d, plaiolv, what Ch»nc»llor of ih« Guvermneni. We wore Tl* be* he Noble Lord, that that other

.. r.Ko which to!d, plaiolv, what Ch»nc»llor of ih« Guvermneni. We wore Tl* be* he Noble Lord, that that other

tieman.l the lold’ the rt inttructton. was not to ronceded. of,!* Exchrgu'r )-No! what were [he t’axes upon knowledge but a withholding of pttblic ln * ,r "‘‘- tion. anil had nut the Noble Lord dec arfd ih .t he should not consent to their repeal? The Noble Lord had said, •he no
11 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
existing Grand Jury system of Ireland—a system, which bad bt'en too much abused, as mere means of landlord-jobbing (Cheers,) it

existing Grand Jury system of Ireland—a system, which bad bt'en too much abused, as mere means of landlord-jobbing (Cheers,) it

being notorious, that there was not a Countv in Ireland, in winch fortunes bad not been made Grand Jury jobbing, and that, too, by their Magistrates and fine Gentlemen. Ss.*v.-ral other lti>h Members expressed their gratification with the measure; and leave was then given to int
25 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UiUtainvt.

UiUtainvt.

25 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATISTICS OF ULSTER.

STATISTICS OF ULSTER.

, Area , No. Mo. . No. «o i G. Jury !In Eng of of of Preferu l«h Ho*icm SchU.:«cho!ar» ©g menu Square in 1 ( in ; *So.-; lor mile*. 1832. I K ' IfiSk | j 1831.
18 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES, &c

COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES, &c

Lancashire—The calico and silk printing is more brisk at Middleton, at the present time, than it has been for the last ten years. The silk weaving at Middleton, Failswortb, and the neighbouring towns, for several miles round Manchester, is also very brisk. Cotton weavers are in
18 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DESPOTISM FOR IRELAND,

THE DESPOTISM FOR IRELAND,

In Pandemonium, the scheme for establishing a despotism in Ireland has been accepted, with great satisfaction. All the evil spints bail it with delight; the love of tyranny prevails even acainst the spleen of party, and Tories and Whigs arc cordially united in this evil work. Th
28 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Courts which are known and respected by the people.”.

Courts which are known and respected by the people.”.

There is something reasonable in this. If it can be shown, that Jurors are under the influence of intimidation, few, imagine, would object to a Jury officers, provid- Ed they were appointed to act merely a Jury, in the usual Courts of law, or Special Commission. In this way, int
28 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY LOAN. A Commercial House having portion their Capital unemployed, is desirous of meeting with persons respectability, whom a temporary

MONEY LOAN. A Commercial House having portion their Capital unemployed, is desirous of meeting with persons respectability, whom a temporary

Loan would be of advantage Address (post paid,) Charles H. Morrison', Esq., No. <, rieet-stiect, LoiuionjStatiHg amount required, will meet attention.
05 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland