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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IIPEP.IAIA PARUAME1ZT. nOUSE OF COMMONS-FIuDAY, MAY 15. Mr. Parker took the oaths and his seat for South Devon. INTIMIDATION AT THE KERR1Y ELECTION. Mr SHAW-Sir, I trust the House will indulge me with their attention for at few minutes inl a matter personal to myself. I allude to
22 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.

ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.

LoNDON, SATrtaDAY, MAY 16.-A large meeting of the supporters of negro emancipation took place yeaiesday at Exeter.-hall The assemblage ?? 0 in number, and consisting chiefly of ladies, presented a gay and inte. resting appearance. Among the more eminent persons upon the platform
22 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STANZAS,

STANZAS,

STANZ AS, .-CO l'M5D AT CORA, LYNX, IN SIGHT OF WALLACE'S TOWER BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, ESQ. -LORD of the Vale! astounding flood! The dullest leaf in this thick wood Quakes-conscious of thy power; The caves reply with bollow moan; And vibrates to its central stone, Yon time-cement
22 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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P- JU$;--PPUBLISHED BY W. MI'COIIB. 1, HII -STRET, .Prij Oae Penny, N0. III, of te IN) YOUTH, nr SAB- NBATH-SC 0LY VISITOR.- CONTENTS._-. -IexpectedLnger.-11. Colonel Gardi- ner.-III. The Crocus iloquy.-IV. Bible Stories, (No. ?? The Butt y.-V. The Mariner's Son. -VII. The Way to
01 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVENUES THE IRISH ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

REVENUES THE IRISH ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

REVENUIF THE IRISH ESTABLISHED CHURCH. I THE DuBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE for the present month contains an able article pn " The Irish Church Qrs titn," in which are embodied rpoumber of letters from in- dividual clergymen, describing the state of poverty and dis- I tress to which
08 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ziU; j ju,0 i Tj G C:4& t JElt %V-Ritt 1 lie ?? on M/ aday t]se 41thI inst. To commence precisely alf-past EIGHTo'clock. Full particulars in Ham ?? Ticket 3s. each. -I'MIdcfl Piaui) Fortes. ROBEiT KiAMRT, Piano Forte Importer, 8, CASTLE-STRBELFAST, IP S just receive 4variety EXCE
08 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SORROWS OF EARLY RISING.

THE SORROWS OF EARLY RISING.

WE make The following extract fiom an admirable sketch by John Poole, Esq. the Author of " Paul Pry," and of other well known lumorous publications. The narrator had been spending the Christmas holidays with some friends at Bristol, and having business of importance to settle in
15 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD ALVANLEY AND MR. O'CONNELL.

LORD ALVANLEY AND MR. O'CONNELL.

LORD ALVANLEYAND MR; O'CONNELL. AMR. D. O'CONNELL TO COLONEL G. D. DANIER. MCrrioa.square, Dublin, May 1. Sin-I have received three letters-two purporting to be written by you, and one by Lord Alvanley; but under cir- cumstances of such q ludicrous nature, that I can searcely bri
12 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—MAY 28.

BELFAST MARKETS—MAY 28.

BELFAST MARKtTS-IMAY 2$.. P cwlt Of 1l2lb. ,l f ~o Oatmeal... I1,. 9d®192 9 Tobacco, ieaf 06 ~ 0 8 Wh. Wheat 8 .9-9 ?? 33 3 6j Reddo ?? 6-8 ?? 2It 3.~4 Barley ...6 60-7 ?? 3 5 Qp ?? 6 10-7 ?? 3 O0- 6 ?? 0 -0 0 Snuff ?? 9 -lo 0 ?? ?? 14 0-0 0Cgarsi;Vdoz.O 9 a~ 3d ?? 11 6 -12 0 Sug
29 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND THE COUNTESS OF HADDINGTON.

DEPARTURE OF THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND THE COUNTESS OF HADDINGTON.

IDEPARTURE OF 'rHE LORD LtEUTIrNANT ANIDrTHE-COUNrEsS OF HADDINGTON. The Earl of .addington and his amniable Countess took their departure fron our shores on Tuesday. after a rourn here, which, though brief, Ines left All isdelihlu impistion in their favour, on the hearts of tll
01 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland