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LETTER VI.

LETTER VI.

1. ET FER I'J. 1'0 DANtET. O (CONNE''L. 1:S. AI.P. Our s'eonid (rlutv)-to denlund tsnri el r riglits, and to 9r- eept any instalmnent w;e call pjoeur'e.-.Alr. O'Crm),'/t's Le7te. toike People of Irelanil. i it-I co0nfess I nmo not so fond( of tile Inrst..lrlelll System as you are
26 September 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, FEB. 27.

HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, FEB. 27.

HOUSE OF LORDS-MONDAY, FEB. 27. CHURCH RATES. Lord CLONCURRY prewented petitions from ?? parishes in Gilwany, against tithes., aind in favour of Irish1 Corporate Reform. Lord KE NYON presenitedpetitionsfrom severaI places in Kent; also, from Clevelimnd and Kineston, in Kent; and
03 March 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

RATERATTILE. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY IMIAGAZINE FOR MIARCH. THsBDiWini University Mlfrigazie for the present month is entirely literary, and, in this respect, the articles which it contains are of the highest order. We are gratified to see our old friend Carleton still on the list of c
03 March 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHIANGE, MiONimty. DEC. 4.-We have had at tolerable supply of W'heat the past week, arid of fresh samples to this day's niniket. 'The deieilid has been good to-day on the pltr of oor millers, and the prices of this day week are firinly mairitairred.. F"loar goes of
08 December 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMACARRETT FEVER HOSPITAL.

BALLYMACARRETT FEVER HOSPITAL.

BALLYMACARRETEr F 'EVER HOSPITAL. | Rcpor, fir the 7week endisnr Ml0odql, l3th Voern-o'. |lat eiprt. A 'nee | Discharged | Died| R"Ailli 25 3 12 0 2| ; Expenditure of House of Industry for week cudieg 1jth Novembber, 1837 Oatmeal, ?? ,, a 18 Potatoes . i..5 Soup . ?? I 141 6 Coal
17 November 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHAN(;E, MON'DAY, NOV. 13.-The supplies Of Wheat and Flour since our last hbve been large. The trade for Wheat ruled dull, and although Ioctors ?? to a decline of Is to z; per qr. yet at the close of thy market a considerable quantity remained over unsold. Flour, t
17 November 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHINESE ANTI-CHRISTIAN DECREE.

CHINESE ANTI-CHRISTIAN DECREE.

CHINESE ANTi-CGHRISI'IAN DECREE. WE: have iiseried in an:other gnlttinn atcopy of a decree which has been ?? issued by the tlhtiese govcrnmnent, prohibiting, under severe penialtis, every attempt to intro- duee Christianity in to the ctestidil domIinions, and re- qtriring till bp
03 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF LOUTH ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF LOUTH ASSIZES.

COUNTY O' LOUTlf .IS3. We sulrjoiit 1I i.st of Elhe sentence; pec ied at ?? a;e 'Transiported fur ?? Towrnly, for stciiliiig ai hsorse,I Truansported for seven ?? Tasffe, ?? Scott, Patrick Dftfn, michisel Ellis, Margaret Ellis, ?Mary WYyino, and Sarah Woods.- Tmprisonflht~ for IS
10 March 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ABSTRACT OF THE IRISH POOR LAW BILL.

ABSTRACT OF THE IRISH POOR LAW BILL.

ABSTRACT OF TILE IRISH POOR LAW BILL. ' The administration of relief is to be under thle con-I f troul of the Comnlissiollels, who may also suspcnd or alter orders. A written or printeif copy of every order of the Commissioners is to hlo sent by them, by the post, addressed to th
19 December 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSOLVENT DEBTOR'S COURT.

INSOLVENT DEBTOR'S COURT.

INSOLVEI'P DEIBTOR'S COURT. CARC~oluKettliGUS, ArTH JUNE,, 19837.- Win. letiry, Cut.. Esq. Commisisioner, etiteced thle Coturt sit eleven, ?? t hese, -1~4 vvere discharged out of cinstwittv. ~ M'l~ontnel arid Mi'. M-Natlly, whit Wtitti cii et-ripedl the insolvrents, we observed C
06 June 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland