Newcasti.k. vit. : 20.3 Crate, WINDOUfyLASS, Ton, SMITHS’ CpALS. Also, for SALE, larg& mAntily of PALE SEAL. RAPE, and MNSEED OIL. WM. & J. CHARNOCK. .51. Ann. Street, & 12. Store-Lane. 1056 Sith December. 1333.
Sib,—You may recollect, about June last, of the preaeot Police Committee advertising for contractors to enclose certain lots of building ground, and complete the pavement of certain new streets, in town. As I consider your information on local affairs, (particularly the Police E
THE REV. JOHNSTON NEILSON he. come successor the Rev. JAMES MULLIGAN, in the Superintendence of the “Armagh AcadfmY;” and in his Boarfung Establishment, embraces the earliest opportunity informing the Publ'C, that he ready to receives limited number of Boarders, whose Accommodat
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIG, Sir—l ben leare, through tbe column* of your paper, to request the attention of the Police Committee to tbe •hamefui and neglected state in which Russeil-street has been kept, for some time past, for want of proper attention to having it swept
harassed the people of this country, three his windows, end hed the vacancies printed like the hacks of books, thus; —Pt/('a »orit- ' ol - •• Vol. 11. Vol. 11l Sir Hudson Lowe Trouble At the e.Uege of Balme, we stopped to the celebrated cavern, hearing cannon fired, the echo las
Relfast, and adjoining Mr. Sikclair’s has a fall of about twenty h good su/plv Water, and on the Premises Spring. It is one of the best situations about Towj/for a j DISTILLERY qORN MILL, Bein(t only hatfA-milc direct road from Lisburn to Belfim. nbont Two Acre* of Land attached
On instant, the Re*. James Mulligan, of Cat meat tie. Mr. James M'Creary, to Jane, daughter of Mr. Daniel (Jrell. both of Lame. On the initant, b? the Re*. William Craig, of Dromara, James Herron, of Tully*eery, KtlHleagh, E«j, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Samuel C