LONDQON. CORN-EXCHANGE, APMIL 3-All kinds of' Grain dull of sale, at former prices. LIVERPOOL CORN-EXCHANGE, Arit a The finest Wheat offering at a reduction of Id, inferior at 2d per bushel below the prices of this day week. Little inquiry for Oats. The best Mealing offering, at
BELPAST NEIV9 LEXTER. I BELFAST, TUESDAY, MARCH-I 31. ; . iI MINISTERIAL CRISIS. LAST night the motion of Lord John Russell for the ptipropriatiors by Parliament of any surplus revenues which -may remain to the Irish Established Churclh, after the spiritual wants of its members s
WESLEYAN MATlbDIgT CONFERENCE. -Hl The sittinigs of the Wesfeyan Methodist. Conference in this towd terminated ori lrb.tsday-;evening. 'DjIring itstcon- tinuance, great peace and unanimity prevailed among its members; while several Xi'ghly' interesting and important resolutions w
have been waiting through the week ascertain whether it was really true that Sir U. Ferguson voted in favour of Mr. Grote’s motion lor the ballot. no contradiction of the list the minority has appeared, we lake it for granted that Sir R. Ferguson did so vote, and we have been in
In Fovln -trwl, Sunflny. the Till in.t., J Henrietta, youngest daughter ot J ult., in the i)6tb year of hia age. Hamilton Near Maghorajelt, n * ,|, Artillery,and distingm-h- M>C..ll.iro. H war. particularly at Saratoga, where himself m ,hc f'? ;,*, , "fler his companions had lie
Morning and Evening Dmksacs—H'diiiKoie plaid silk, green cheque, and a lilile roae-culonr bouquet on ihe while ground.) the trunla en tublier, ornamented at earli side with bows green ribbon ; lii<lit corsage, and pelerine pointed Io waist; Ihe points Ihe shoulders very deep, wi
We regret learn that a fire broke oul al>out six in the evening of Friday, the 271 h ultimo, at Hatfield House, the residence of the Marquis Salisbury. The Marchioness Dowager of Salisbury proceeded, as was her usual custom, to her dressing-room some time before her maid, who re
Victoria Wharf, Foyle-strect, on THURSDAY, the 10th instant, at One o’clock, for the purpose of laying before them the award of the Arbitrators appointed both Companies, and taking the necessary steps for carrying the same into effect. WM. M'ARTHUR, Sec. Derry, Dec. 4, 1835.