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NORTH-EAST SOCIETY'S SHOW.

NORTH-EAST SOCIETY'S SHOW.

NORTH.EAST SOCIETY'S SHOW. -On Weduesday last, this' Society's Sprinig Show took place in this rtown, when the following premiutms were awarded:- Class A.-Stallions, Draft.-CGmpetitoir: 3Ir Samiel M'Donuell.-The medal. Class B._Stallions, Saddle.-Competitors: Mr. Ma- eartney, Sir
04 April 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY TROTTING MATCH AGAINST TIME FOR £200.

EXTRAORDINARY TROTTING MATCH AGAINST TIME FOR £200.

EXTRAORDINARY TROTTINTG AIATC1f 1. AGAINSTJ IME .FOP £.209. . i The spcarrtilrg ?? i iiqi rh arid its neiglibistir- Lionird for 0o111 C wr'cks pust halve beni n ooking forward wi tr' ollhsderrdilie anxi ty to tihe *lecisioll of a trottiliC riliteh aorilst time, for £200 a-side. T
23 May 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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NLON9DOiF pIiVIX0 F4MITES. ROBERT HART, PIANO rORTZE IWXPORTER, 8, CASTLE-STREET BELFAST, TYAS just received a Variety of EXCELLENT L P ?? from the house of BROADWOOD & SONS, &c. &e. which he can recommend as equal to any of their respective cl -AS offered for sale in this kingdo
23 May 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROWN-STREET DAILY AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS.

BROWN-STREET DAILY AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS.

BROWN-ST4ZRT ,DA1U',i7VAND SUNDAY .s . Elf ."i Q ~ ; ?? w X a s -: ,. - ?? I : Yesterday; -at -i loclk sh& stirit', meting of the Subscribers to tle ,Brow-.streetDaily ?? Schools was~heldiin- the SchooliroomlT~he'3Rer:Ar-G;Macartney 'in tlie'Cbair. IThe Report of the Committee fo
13 June 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

-BIRTHC On the 13th inst. at Janeville, county of Down, tile Lady of Captain Browne, of a daughter. Alril 10, in London, the Lady ofthe Hon. H. Lascelles, of adalughiter. . . 2 .-M-ARRIED.- - 0}l Saturday, bythe- Ref. A. C. Macartpey, 5trr.James Mundell, ofthis town, to Margaret,
22 April 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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COMBINATION.

COMBINATION.

SovrutrIG.N'S COURT._BELFAST, APfRIL 19.-A great number of journeymen coachmakers were this day sum- moned before the Sovereign and a. Bench of Magistrates; for leaving their work without giving the customary notice of one s% eek. John Gannon was the first who was put on his tri
22 April 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SURVEY OF IRELAND.

SURVEY OF IRELAND.

S * , A. . , ., ,. n TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. I 'Sr,-There appeared ma Belfast Paper, a few: days l ago, 'an 'article intended to sbew forth the incompetency of ihe p eso ns Jei diod' on. the Generali Survey of Ireland, . ,@@ti'nhjt thema jority of-themare 'En4lishmen bo
03 January 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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-grateful for the preference he 3 numerous: Customers and 'nt il htusiness, returns them ?? of acquaintingthern .,,to Fartnership, so that the -be carried on under the firm of -EY & SON. He respectfully so- ,/of tb~eif byours to the new firm. .-1. - i8# ?? & S61%~y, 22, DON GALL-
03 January 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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, grnvici~lklNG AND VALUING Or LANDS, AND ORNAMTENTAL MAP DRAWING. (UN MI'A .TlJtJR, LAND SURVEYOR, &c., begs If leave to return his sincere thanke to those Gen- tipmen wvho have hitherto honoured him with their Patro- nage, and to assure them that t*'same attention to correct- n
28 January 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—FRIDAY, JANUARY 24.

LONDON—FRIDAY, JANUARY 24.

LONDON-FJIDA Y, JANUARY 24. ISLAND OF JAMAICA.-Jamaica papers up to 21st Dec. inclusive have been received, together with a copy of the act for the abolition of slavery, which received the Gover- nor's asseit, and finaly became a jaw, on 12th December. The slavery .abilition, bil
28 January 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland