13ELPAST ELCTION.-THURSDAY. I CLOSE OF THIE POLL.-RETURN OF MRt. DUNBAR. ON Wednesday evening, it was generally expected, after the occurrences which had taken place during the fore- noon, that the election would have terminated at 6 o'clock in the formal return of Mr. Dunbar, bu
ANTRnIM AND COLERAINE NEw POST ROAD.-The Grand JurV of the county Derry, at the late Assizes, pre. seited that portion of the new in tended line of post road which lies between the nearing of the county Antrim and the town of Coleraine, first having examined the survey made utin
i - : T H Er A R ? iy,. - 17th Light. Dragoons: Lieut. W. C. Douglas to be "Capt. by pur. vice ns'oves; ret.; Cornet E. Croker to be. Lieut. by pur. vnce Douglas; 3. A. rhomroon to be Cor- net, by pur. vi'ge Croker._4th Foot: Assistant Surgeon W. H. Allmajp; M..D. from the Staff.
TO F THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. Sin-In your paper of Friday there is a report of some remarks made by Mr;'Sharman Crawford on the Regiuro Dontur, which contains the following sentence :-"1 In a parish,' in the county of Antrim, a salary had been drawn in the name of tbe Rev.
IFYIPEIRIAL PARLIAIVIENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-TuESDAY, AUGUST 18. ORANGE LODGES. A message from the Commons brought up a resolution of the Committee on Orange lodges, sumrnmoning the at- tendanice of the Duke of Gordon arid Lord Kenyon before them, to give evidence ol the ?? and exten
-MARRIED..- On Fridav 1art, by the Rev. Wm. Bruce, George M'Tear, Ecq. to AMar.. garet, daughter of the late Mr. John Galt Smith, of this town. Auggust IS. at Marylehione Church, Londoo, Sir ?? Stirling Hart, of Faskine, to the Hon. Carol ine Frances IByng, yoneghest daughter ot
DISTRfl3UT1ON OF THE BRITISH ARMY, ] ON THE Mm'r AUGUST, 1835. [Where two places are mentionsd, the last named is that at which the depots of Regimelts are stationed.] lt life Guards-Regent's Park. 4lstdo.-M'odrao; Chatham. 2d dittori.Kniht.brihigeh Ie 42d FooG--r6rfu; Fort Georg
' (FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.) The weather, during the greater part of this month, bas been unfavourable for the bay harvest, and also For working of summer fallows, where the. soil is of a retentive nature. Hay is now in a state of comparative safety, particularly upland or cl
IMPORTANT DECISION O!S T1IF IRtSiI REFORMrt ACT. Ini the Matter of the Appeal of Win. Phillips. Mr. I-lOt.S for the ?? this case t.iesappel. lant is a hoiseholder in the borough of Belfast.' .Part ol his house is let to lodgers, the rest is occupied hy himself and his family. Th
THE BANNER OV -TRAQUAIR. The Strath of the Quair is studded with comfortable 'farm-houses, possessed by a thriving tenantry, under the Earl of Traquair, in acknuwledgmeit-of whose benevolence as a landlord they hold 4n annual festival on that noble- man's birth-day. In this glen