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ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXC.HAN GQ, Nov. 6-There are this week good arrivals dfomost kilds of Grain. The trade for Wheat firm-at Monday's ternis. Barley,- Beans, and Peas unaltered. Oats meet a fair trade at Monday's prices. The sale'of Flour heavy, and no'change in price. Arrivals- 8,210sa
10 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

T4IEMARMV. F" I wr orr lz L2,}iS '0th Dragoon (uardse ajor R Souter, from ?? ?? at Manistonle tobe ?? alid Cornet, without pur-11th ight 'ragoOf5 Assistant- Surgeoli J. iltohison from 62d to he Assistant- Surgeon, vice Sievewvright; ,prornm. in 5th Foot.-Scots Fusileer Guards ('a
29 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERARY NOTICE.

LITERARY NOTICE.

RARTERARV NOTICE. THE ADVOCATE OF MORAL REFORM. NOS. 1. AND It. -IN our advertising references we have, on one or two occasions, called the attention of our readers to a little monthly periodical, which has been started in Belfast, under the title of " The Advocate o!f 3eforal Rs
29 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, MARCH 6.

HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, MARCH 6.

HOUSE OF LORDS1IitDAY, MAnRC . BOARD OF IRISH EDUCATION. The Earl of RODEN rose to put the question to the Duke of Wellington, of which he bad given notice a few days ago. It was, whether it was the intention of the Go- vernment to propose any estimate during the present Ses- 1 s
10 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

THra ARMY. The depot companies of the 8:3d regiment, under Major Tyrdell, have arrived at Drogheda from Newry, to relieve the depot of the 7th (or Royal Fusileers.) The head-quarter division of the 2d battalion 60tb Rifle Corps, under Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. A. F Ellis, have arri
10 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MY WEE WIFE.

MY WEE WIFE.

Bfy wee wife dwells in yonder cot, My bonnie bairnies three- Oh! mickle joy's the gudeman's lot, Wi's 'bairnies on his knee. My wee' wee wife, my wee wee wife, My bonnie bairnies three- How bright is day, how fair is life, When love lights up the e'e The King owrc me may wear a
10 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—MAY 14.

BELFAST MARKETS—MAY 14.

BELFAST MARKETS-MAY 14. #cwtqofl]2tb. : lb 4.6>. Oatmeal... 12s. 6d@13 0 Tobaccoleaf 06 @ 0 8 Wl. I/.eat 8 6-9 O. a ?? 3-.3 6 Reddo . 8 0-86 roll...,2 1'1 3... 4. Barley .. 6 8 - 7 8 . 3 .- 36 Oats ?? 0 = . O f; 0. ?? 3 0-g 3 f Seed dn ?? . O 0 ...0 0ai S r. : .9_-O1 0 Flourlst ?
15 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BILL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF POOR LAWS IN IRELAND.

BILL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF POOR LAWS IN IRELAND.

On the 27th of March last a bll wvas brought into the House of Commons by Sir Richard Musgrave, James Grattan, and W. S. O'Brien, Esqrs. for the establishment in Ireland of a modified system of Poor Laws. The party discussions, ill which both the Legislature and the public have
24 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER FROM MR SHARMAN CRAWFORD TO DANIEL O'CONNELL, ESQ. M.P.

LETTER FROM MR SHARMAN CRAWFORD TO DANIEL O'CONNELL, ESQ. M.P.

LETTER FROM MR SHIAR11AN CRAWFORD I TO DANIEL O'CON*NELL, ESQ. M1.P. , Sm--Oh1: (5I fetle ~tbque'stion~ *.f OttliCs is. ag~itrst-lrle'.lre landi to its centre. lo this most important sutitject I desire r^..pectfiilly to draw your attentionrl. Previous to thel laist session of Par
22 December 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR NOVEMBER.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR NOVEMBER.

AGRICULTURAlL REPORT FOR NOVEMBER. l- J9FOR TiLE BELPASTV ETVSLETTER ! Drin this month the wemither hui been very variable, and greetly interrapted tei ?? lldlour.' The potato crop is mostly raised and housed 'at his been attended with extra labour and expense, and'will barely re
01 December 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland