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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFl§T NE1WSLETTEB. BELFAST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. RUPTURE WITH CHINA. IT seems that Lord Napier, who was sent out by the 'Government some months ago as Superintendent of the English Factories at 69ton, has managed to get up "a 'very pretty quarrel" with the Chinese authorities, t
06 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROMANTIC AFFAIR—THE FEMALE SAILOR.

THE ROMANTIC AFFAIR—THE FEMALE SAILOR.

THE ROMANTIC AFFAIR-THE FEMALE SAILOR. The account of the female sailor, to which we alluded in our last number, turns out, after all, to have been sub- stanially correct, though a number of errors had been mixed up with it, tiid the conduct of. the Captain in particular seems to
17 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Tl~t A RMY. Vheqiea&.q' rter'tlivision of the 89th, under Lieut.- Cohntel Jones ba artrised at Naas from Fertnoy. [ne o5th has repl ied the 89th in Fermoy garrison. Thrt lr'icoipiniies ofithe 90th light infantry, under Major Maclkayhave arrived in Dublin, from Carlow, Mary- borog
17 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

Scottish Missionarry Society. DESIGNATION OF A MISSIONARY. T O.MORRO1, at TWELVE o'Clock, in the PRES- IL BYTERIAN CHURCHI, MAY-STREET, the Rev. THOS. LESLIE, of Kilraughts, will be set apart as a Missionary to Jamaica, under the Scottish Missionary Society. The Rev. H. M. WADDEL
17 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIRCE.

DIRCE.

I RC ?? BY Wlll.IAM S. noscOi., ESQ.| V DIG n grave, nlod dig it deep, Where I and oiv ti'le love iaity sleep We'll dig at rjave, and dig it deep, Where thou and thy true love shall slvep And let it be five fathom low, Where winter iviuds may tiever blow .A ud it shilu1 lle five
10 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CORK CITY SESSIONS COURT—FRIDAY.

CORK CITY SESSIONS COURT—FRIDAY.

CQORK.CITY SESSIONS COURT-FRIDAY. ' IBEFORE THE DEPUTY RECORDEIt. James M'Aul'e, a cobbler, from the Coal-Quay, or, as he the more elegantly designated himself, "i a cordwainder," was indicted for having intlicted divers blows arid bruises on the peirson of Mary Terian, on the 9t
27 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

Fox HUNTING-THE FINIsH.-" After a calm," says the adage, "comes a storm, So, in fox-hunting, afterachecks we may reasonably expect a smartish skurry; seeing that hbonds and horses have had time to get their winds again; after the pumnping-out of the first heat. There they go sto
13 February 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT REFORM.

GREAT REFORM.

We congratulate the whole political world the re-action which though late, has set in with no common strength amongst the anti'-Torics. Mr. Jeorgo Evans their chosen—the represent tative.has read his recantation—sung hie palinode, and proclaimed his adhesion to the House of Oran
02 February 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Constitution.' -TITHE-AFFRAY. (JURTUKOE. * Horae Guards, Bth January, 1633, Sir—ln refereuca your several letters, and the papers which they contain

Constitution.' -TITHE-AFFRAY. (JURTUKOE. * Horae Guards, Bth January, 1633, Sir—ln refereuca your several letters, and the papers which they contain

relative to the melancholy collision at tiurthroe and Rathcormac, I have received the General Conaraanding-io-Chief’e directions to request that you will convey to the officers and men employed on the occasion referred to, the satisfaction with which be hah learnt that their con
02 February 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
CABINET COUNCIL—THE KING’S SPEECH.

CABINET COUNCIL—THE KING’S SPEECH.

A Cabinet Counril was held at the Foreign Office on Saturday morning, at half-past twelve o'clock, which was attended by the Lord Chan • cellor. Sir R. Peel, the Duke of Wellington. Earl Rosslyn, Lords Aberdeen, Warncliffe and Kllcnborough, the Bight Hon. H. Goulburn, Sir E. Kna
28 February 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland