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ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

, iNGzLISH' MARKETS. : , LONDON CORNE ,dXAG{E, 1'IDAY, DEC. I ?? Wbeut trade remamns as on,;vsdnpesday, as te price, but little: doing, with an adequate suply, Barl5 . aid Oats support Wednesday s Pree. tn Beans ens, and other. articles of grain there is ntthing to nonce. Arrival
15 December 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

T a PUBLIC IEETING of the SUBSCRIB. AI ER: to the FREDERICK-STREET NA- TIONAL SCHOOL, pursuant to public Advertisement the Rev. JAMES CARLILE in the Chair, the follow. ing Resolutions were passed unanimously:- 1. Moved by Dr. M'DoNNELL, seconded by JAstsg WEIR, Esq.-Tbat the prop
25 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

ATRIC A That highly gifted gentleean, 'Mr. Sheridan Knowles, made his first appcaranre here on Tuesday last, in the character of Master Walter, in that deservedly popular and highly celebrated play the Hutnrhlinck. To criticise the performance of an ordinary actor would require n
04 December 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LINES TO ROBERT SHORT, ESQ. M.P.

LINES TO ROBERT SHORT, ESQ. M.P.

4, .. , L ?? , LIN'ES '70?16*ftf Pilots 14. * My creditos.I can~ ii s . ?? z I-re ?? -. s : With nota soui my debW ?? So lean a %vight you ne'!diC J look just like an E:TG 4y. purse is MAT it iastsue. 'Awd that I mean 2 0 U still. F r>\7wtit~ing iis, -fi? tiell ?? 5> But 4'is 1oa
04 December 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD STANLEY'S ADDRESS TO HIS CONSTITUENTS.

LORD STANLEY'S ADDRESS TO HIS CONSTITUENTS.

LORD STANLEY'S ADDRESS TO HIS CON- STITUENTS. I The following is the Address which Lord Stanley has published to his Constituents: It is chiefly remarkable for the explanation which it contains of the grounds on which his Lordship refused to join the present Administration :- "TO
09 January 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

ARRIVAL OF THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

ARRIVAL OP THE LORD LIEUTENANT. The tiail of Haddington, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, ?? on Monday night, on board the Go- vernment yacht, where he remained until Tuesday. Upon the news of his arrival reaching the Castle, summonses were issued for the assembly of a Privy Council a
09 January 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—JANUARY 8.

BELFAST MARKETS—JANUARY 8.

BELFAST MARKETS-JANUAR.V ; .etv'u 12th. ltbof 16oz. Oatmeal-... isf. ?? 2 ToZacco,leafO 3 @ OS Wb Wh~ueat 7 9-8 6* -ne.. 333 6 Reddo ?? 0- 7 9 . rol...2 29 3 g. Barley ?? 50- 6 6 ?? -3 S._ 3 Oa7.. .5 6.-f 6 : piytatz 30 a6 new .0 0- 0) ° Znf . ?? 9-1 0 Flou7jrt ?? 160- 0 0 OCigar
09 January 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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T H E NEW PRESBYTERIAN MEETING- ! THOUSE will be OPENED upon SABBATH, Tbe 16th August next, by the IREV. BUNCAN Nj6 .*RPALA !, OP RENFREW. After Sermon a COLLECTIO~I will be made for li- quidating the remaining debt. L Divine Service to commence at WELVEo'clock Admission by Ticke
07 August 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TYRONE ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF TYRONE ASSIZES.

The calender was very light, there being only 25 prison- ers ill all, eight of whom were vagrants, and discharged by proclamation. The Crown business was finished on iTues- day ?? of the trials were of much interest. The following are the ?? Falls, for riot and assault ; to he i
07 August 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

. ,. . , j i . o ;. _: 'All OFFICE, 904TSEIS 430, 1835; Ofi Drag~oon'Guai-dq ?? 1J Salmrionil to be Captain, by puti vice S~lith,'retirttt, ;"Corttet J -Prescot to be Lient.' by pur. 'ice Salitnond;- W. Hog', to be Cornet, by par. vice 'Prescott; eLet. E Leigh Ito be, Adjutant,
03 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland