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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BmLF,%.ST NJEU7S-LST'rER- BELFAST,-TRIDAY, APRIL 10. Several Advertisements and other articles unagoida- ?? postponed. O tn Express arrived last night with the London papers of TUESDAY evening, which contain full reports of the pro ceedings in Parliament, and from which wve compl
10 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HARiDY' SILK MERCERY, HA BER]DASHER F, WOOLLENDItAPERY, AND GENERR L HOUSE FUR,\NISHLVG WAREI'99MS.X, 35, & 37, HI GH-STREET. HE PROPRI ETOIIS if t'he ahove Estabisiiinienbt T respectfully intimate io'jr-Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, that two persons fro.tbeir Concerns have b
10 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—APRIL 9.

BELFAST MARKETS—APRIL 9.

BELFAST MARKETS-APRIL 9. VI cwt of l12th. P lb of l602. Oatmeal... Is. 9il@12 4 Toba.co,leaf 0 4- 08 Wh. ?? 8 0-9 0 e ane ?? 3-3 6 Reddo .. 8 0-8 6 ?? 7 0 S3 6 Barley ?? 6-7 3 plug...3 a-3 6 O ats... 6 6.- 7 6.pigtasl3 ..3 6 Seed do ?? 0-0 O Suff ?? 9.-iO 0 Flourlst.16 0 -0 O Cig
10 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORONERS' INQUEST.

CORONERS' INQUEST.

E%'rnAORDINARY CASE.-OnI Tuesday anl inquest took place before Mr Baker, at the Adam and Eve, opposite Hackney Workhouse, on a boy aged 1:3, named George Withers. John Chapman said, on Saturday morning, while fishing in the river Lea, he sa\w deceased foating on the water, with
28 April 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
 

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HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, APRIL 13.

HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, APRIL 13.

HOUSE OF LOR{DS-NIONDAY,.Arair. l The House was considorably crowded with Peers, at UR early hour, in consequence of its being supposed that SoInC Xiinisieriul annouticelueflts would take place. The Royal Assent was given by Cominissioti, to the Mautinl Bill, the lndian Offlicers
17 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STANZAS.

STANZAS.

-rFlE founitaines snioake, and yet no fiamrs they slh-e, S6tarres shhine all night, though undecerued by day, The trees doe spring, yet are not seeu to growe, And shadowes moove, although they seemne to stay; In winters woe is bnied suminer's blisse, And love loves most when lov
17 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRISTOL ASSIZES.

BRISTOL ASSIZES.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OP POISONING. Mary Ann Burdock was indicted on Friday for the mur- der of Clara Ann Smith, on 23d October, 1833. by ad. ministering to her a quantity of arsenic. The trial excited the greatest interest, from the extriordinary circumstances attending the commit
21 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES' FASHIONS FOR APRIL.

LADIES' FASHIONS FOR APRIL.

MAKE AND A;ATERIAL OF MOINING DREssFs.-Tliose elegant redingotes which became such universal (avourites last autumn, will soon be the prevalent style for promenade dresses. Slight fancy silks are particularly intended fur them. They will be very simply ornamented with silk hands
21 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS- TUESDAY, ARRIL 14. James Fleming was indicted forstealing, on 21st Jan. at Belfast, a one-pound bank-note and 4s. in silver, the property of George Leliurn.-Not guilty. Richard Allen, for -ssaultiing Win. Jackson, 12th Jan. at Larne. Guilty ; to pay a ti
21 April 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland