Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 10,870 articles

"WAS I RIGHT OR WAS I NOT?"

"WAS I RIGHT OR WAS I NOT?"

"WAS I RIGHT OR WAS I NOT?' WAVs I right, or was I not? The age exact I cannot tell, Birt 'twvas some time in teens I wot That I came out a dashing belle; My mother called me ' hair-braiu'd chit," But that I heeded ne'er a jot For little Miss mast flirt a hit,- Was I right, or wa
20 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CULTURE OF POTATOES.

CULTURE OF POTATOES.

We have read with much interest air Essay by W. G. Andrews, Esq. Comber, on *'the properties, habits, arld culture of the potato. With an inquiry into the cause of the recent partial failure of the crop, and the most effectual means of preventing a recurrence of the evil." It op
10 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT—FRIDAY.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT—FRIDAY.

INIPEBJA, PARLIAMENT-FRIDAY. ,In the House of Lords on Friday no business of the slightest imprtaince was transacted. In the House of Comimlons, limd JOHN RUSSELL, in reference to his proposed nmotioii on lhe 2:3d hist. respecting the Irish Church, stated'that hiesh rioging it fo
17 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH. MARKETS. LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, FEBRUARY 27- The wind: continuing very-boisterous, thearrivals this week are very short. The huy ers did not seem inclined to pur. chase Wheat to-day, and were willing to wait ti1l Monday, wvhien a large supply is expected if the wind shoul
03 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JVI2MI3TESIAI. SSSPLAi;ATXONS.

JVI2MI3TESIAI. SSSPLAi;ATXONS.

In our parliamentary Intelligence there will be found under this head a short, but most interesting debate, well calculated give much satisfaction to all who are interested in the preservation of the throne and the institutions of the counlrv and to overwhelm with dismay the Whig
09 March 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 

View results found in British newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
USES OF THE SUNFLOWER

USES OF THE SUNFLOWER

All kinds of poultry fatten the seeds ; and the leaves, green or dry, are eaten hy most ruminating a initials as grass or hay. In Portugal, bread, and likewise a kind of groats, are made of the seeds; in some parts of America they roast the seen?, and them as coffee. The whole p
09 March 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
WILL ATTEND AT

WILL ATTEND AT

TN Prom Thursday the Second, untd Saturday the Fourth of April next, both inclusive, «nd at ZN CASTIsSBAR, From Monday the Wednesday the Bth of April, both inclusive, (or the purpoa#of receiving the Arrears due lu the Execuiorsof Ihe late J^^Palmer. He also gives Notice that it
23 March 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Whs

Whs

Vol. XXVI.
26 March 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
The drat and roost important improvements which

The drat and roost important improvements which

consider necessary in this county, are those of the roads over which 4iis .Majesty’s mails are conveyed, f need not remark to you the vast importance it is to the slate, to forward the interests of the country, and to youraelvet, to have the mails conveyed with the least possibl
26 March 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB CLERGY OP IRELAND.

TUB CLERGY OP IRELAND.

Lord CLONCURRY wished, before their lord• hips rose, to put a question to the noble Duke, and to ask whether it was the intention of go'-erment to introduce any measure for tho relief the clergy of Ireland who had availed themselves of the loan of £ 1 000,000 granted for payment
05 March 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland