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TO THE PROTESTANTS OF IRELAND.

TO THE PROTESTANTS OF IRELAND.

Oferrion-squave, L4tin December, 183. "01 ! union how social, oh ! union how rare! All Sects and Religions may equally share; "[Unites in one cluse, - " Both the rich and tile poor- "Makes the fate of our tyrants " Decided and sure." Awrvn[A WEsvA's SNoG. FELLOVW-COUNTRY2EN-Suc'
27 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS, MONDAY, DEcTBEa ,23._ (Frnm ie Mu-A-Lane Expres&,-The arrivals of Grain from the home counties fresh up to this morning's market were limited. These, in addition, however, to the samples left ovet from last week, particularly of Oats, caused the supplies to be mo
27 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROSECUTION AGAINST THE "TRUE SUN.[ill]

PROSECUTION AGAINST THE "TRUE SUN.[ill]

I PROSECUTION AGAINST THE "TTRUE SUN.'s COUITV OF KING'S -BENCH-LONDON, DEC. 7. This was a criminal information, filed at the instance of Alderman Winchester, and Mr. Briggs, his solicitor, agafist John Bell, Patrick Grant, and John Agar, for- publishing certain libels upon them
13 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATIE, B1JLVAgIe N TUESDAY Evening, December,10, 1833, will 0 .be presented, (for the second time here), an entirely New Melo Drama, founded upon Incidents in the life of Eugene Francois Vidocq, the Secret Agent of the French Police, and which will be produced with entirely New
10 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REBELLION AGAINST "THE RINT."

REBELLION AGAINST "THE RINT."

REBELLION AGAINST " THE RINT.y- DUBLIN, DEC. 23.-Yesterday week, when the collect- ors of the O'Connell " tribute were pursuing their oceupa.. tion in the chapel of Mr. Lambert's parish of Cushinstown the following placards were posted through the district, to attract the eye of
31 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

]3ET.FAST POLICE.-Mr. Armstrong, inspector of the streets, under the Police Committee, has been appointed ehief night constable in place of Mr. Lindsay. RoalsR ?? the morning of Tuesday last, the dwel- ?? of Mr. John M'Clune, of Antrimu,. was bur- glariolisly entered, and a cons
06 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOBKIiKT, for such Terms may agreed an, THE norm OF MILLPORT, Situate m tie Sartk tide tha bat mm •«.!«•.

TOBKIiKT, for such Terms may agreed an, THE norm OF MILLPORT, Situate m tie Sartk tide tha bat mm •«.!«•.

date ta Ike Ckaaaei. \rhtr* there a flood Quay, and valor aeMriert Vaaeebi land aad Hiohono. k NY qoutity of auy bad, not xLeaevadlng eleven arm. The Mill it abundantly tappHad with water at all « etmiM ofthe year, and lharcia afaU of 27 Ibat. For farther particular*, apply to M
13 December 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On (he 2*tb nit., at St. Doolan't Church, hy the Rev. Kdmond Nugent, Jamce Wood, E«q., of Wood, villa, the county Sligo, Rhnda, yoongcxt daughter of Sir Nogcot, Alt held, in the enmity Dablln. rhoiaae Sherrard, Eeq. of BlntiiigtceuWreci, So* cralnry to tha Coominionen of W Strvc
06 December 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RADICALS OF HULL.

TO THE RADICALS OF HULL.

LETTER 11. Aerrion-square, Dublin, Dec. 8. Biomto a RADICALS,-SinCe I published my last letter to to you, i have been favoured with another letter from Mr. Jackson, who I how understand to be a respectable person, and the more so, as he is an honest politician. I have also been
13 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BREAD-FRUIT TREE.

THE BREAD-FRUIT TREE.

A TALE OF THE SANDWVICH ISLES. (From the Times.) I'll tell you a tale of the Southern Seas; You may laugh at, or cry at---just as you please. Scant was the growth of the Bread-fruit Tree On the beautiful Isle of Owbyhee While, gift of Heaven! it richly grew O'er the sunny fields
13 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland