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WE hereby beg leave, publicly, to return our sincere and hearty thanks, as the Representatives of the Drapers* Company, to

WE hereby beg leave, publicly, to return our sincere and hearty thanks, as the Representatives of the Drapers* Company, to

all who were kind enough to attend our New Market yesterday, but, especially, to the M«r chants and Manufactures of Line* Cloth. The supply of Linen exceeded our most sanguine expectations; and there was, consequently, great deal of business done. We felt, that the public spirit
22 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
40 Tont Prepared White WHEAT; 30 Do. Row Red Do,; 120 Do. Prepared OATS; 50 Do. Prime Raw Potato OA

40 Tont Prepared White WHEAT; 30 Do. Row Red Do,; 120 Do. Prepared OATS; 50 Do. Prime Raw Potato OA

TS ; Prime Devonshire CIDER, in Pipes and Hhds.; Ho. SHERRY WINE, in Butts, Hhds., and Qr. Casks; Pipe, Hogshead, and BarrATYtAVES; Iron, and Wood HOOPS, (MRS, and HANDSPIKES; / French Burr STONE&OILES, SLATES, and Bath Scouring BRICKS, For Sale, by KENNEDY HARVEY. Ritchie's Doc
04 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIETY OF IRELAND. TOFLAX& Fl. tX«£:E:»6RaWI!:US PREMIUMS FOR 1836. TO the Member of the North-East Society, or one of its

SOCIETY OF IRELAND. TOFLAX& Fl. tX«£:E:»6RaWI!:US PREMIUMS FOR 1836. TO the Member of the North-East Society, or one of its

Branches, who shall exhihir, at the Spring Meet ing. Sample of One Bushel of sound, home, grown FLAXSEED, the best quality, and greatest quantity, (not less than 10 hhds.,) A Piece of Plate, value £lO. To the Member of the Society, or one of its Branches, who shall at the Spring
04 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Dilips RITCHIE to inform the Lndie* of Belf««f, and its Vicinity, that she has commenced the DRESS MAKING BUSINESS, nt

Dilips RITCHIE to inform the Lndie* of Belf««f, and its Vicinity, that she has commenced the DRESS MAKING BUSINESS, nt

No. 1, FOUNTAIN-STREET, ( Corner of Castle- Street. ) Having had considerable experience ittmome the most Fashionable Establishments in being determined execute all orders entrustqf wner, in the best and most fashionable manner, at she respectfully trusts, she will be entitled t
04 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
T« AIICBIITECTS. The first puesryterian conore- GATION of anbridgE wish Contract with an Architect, for the their Meetim;-House. it is

T« AIICBIITECTS. The first puesryterian conore- GATION of anbridgE wish Contract with an Architect, for the their Meetim;-House. it is

desirable the Archfit^dl should sec the ground where the Building to barcopyructcd, any who wish propose for the work, shoAd person »he place. Application to be made to Mr. JOHN FINLAY, of Banbridge. who will shew the ground, Banbridge, 20ih May. 1835.
04 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
\a~ Warm tor Sale. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, FARM of LAND Ballymiscaw. in the County of Down, about

\a~ Warm tor Sale. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, FARM of LAND Ballymiscaw. in the County of Down, about

3J Miles from Belfast, containing Acres, held for Lives renewable for Ever, lls per Acre. The Farm is in excellent oyidition. and is beautified exceedingly by the planibfg o£/everal thousand Trees, of many years standing. rmd&old, or Let on Lease, before the First of Farm will b
25 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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25 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
No. 883.]

No. 883.]

18 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SAXE, THE NEW BRIG WlljlilAM., BUILT at Quebec, under particular inspection, of the very best Materials, is thoroughly Copper

FOR SAXE, THE NEW BRIG WlljlilAM., BUILT at Quebec, under particular inspection, of the very best Materials, is thoroughly Copper

fastened. Launched 13th MAY last. Length, 85 feet, 7 inches ; Breadth. feet, 3 inches ; Depth. 13 feet, 9 inches ; Registers 86-94 th Tons; carries a large Cargo in easy depth of water. Sails remarkably fast, and is. in all respects, a most desirable VesseL Also, on Sale, the Br
29 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CANADAS,

THE CANADAS,

The Earl of BERDEEN rose to move for copy of the appointment of Lord Gosford as Captain-General and Governor of the Canadas, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The Noble Lord stated, that he had intention of embarrassing his Majesty’s Government, but only elicit such information see
18 June 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland