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The IJiio-m ('.«• north injrhiun Palace. (immi'tlii'.U'ly aitjoinlng: Constitution Hill) tho nnartmcnts of Royal Highness Vic of Kent. -liile of

The IJiio-m ('.«• north injrhiun Palace. (immi'tlii'.U'ly aitjoinlng: Constitution Hill) tho nnartmcnts of Royal Highness Vic of Kent. -liile of

rooms arc most fitteil up, ami were originally consnlcrcil private apartments of-Qacoh ami her ion. i Court loft this Jit two r.M. tor incisor (Castle. i ,c pictures in the state rooms have been newly arran^oc, pup torv to the arrival the Queen. , „ , their Majesties the Kin- an
26 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POSTAGE OF NEWSPAPERS.

POSTAGE OF NEWSPAPERS.

an Act of the Ist Victoria, cap. 34, we find some anomalies respecting the conveyance of newspapers are removed. The following is extract from the table which forms the 28th section, regulating the rates of postage for printed British Newspapers within the United Kingdom By the
23 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY MARKETS—Saturday.

MONEY MARKETS—Saturday.

MONEY MARKETS— Saturday. City, Twelve o'Cloik We have no intelligence yet of the American packets, which are many days overdue, but as the wind is now favourable, wc may hope to receive news from that quarter on Monday. Many people inquire anxiously how are the suspended houses i
23 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STEAM-SHIPS

THE STEAM-SHIPS

A L O N, CAPTAIN HEAD; AND CORSAIR. CAPTAIN SAIL from BELFAST, fopLIVOtPOOL, every TUESDAY and :— Falcon ... Thursday, 24ih Aug. at 2 o’clock Afternoon. Cor.,nr... Tuesday, Aug. at « o’clock Evening. Falcon ... Thursday, 31st Aug. at 9 o’clock Evening. Cora air... Tuesday, Sept,
23 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER “STARVING PARSON.”

ANOTHER “STARVING PARSON.”

Our nuarry friend, the facetious Rook of cK'rical>politicaUmilitary Charles Butler s>teven»oa—.vho*e raw-head and bloody-bones epistle Sergeant Jackson enabled us to publish some months tince—who has been perseou'i*>g for titues, the cruel Papists having doomed him to starvation
23 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

A part of the Lt, (or Royal) Dragoons, 2d. (or Royal North BritUh) Dragoons, and (Royal Irish) which proceeded ioto the interior aid of the civil power during the elections, returned this garrison Friday, and rejoined the head-quarters of their respective the remainder may be sh
23 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRACT FROM Mil. MACLEOD’S SPEECH AT CROMARTY, HIS HEALTH BEING DRUNK AT A DINNER GIVEN TO HIM. Mr. Mucleod—About thir»y

EXTRACT FROM Mil. MACLEOD’S SPEECH AT CROMARTY, HIS HEALTH BEING DRUNK AT A DINNER GIVEN TO HIM. Mr. Mucleod—About thir»y

years ago advocated Catholic emancipation, parliamentary reform, and tho repeal of the corporation and test acts, i may claim with more truth than Bordett that I am the same roan now that was then, with this rencc only, that I am now more confirmed in principles, the conclusians
28 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/ patrons: PROVOST AND SEN. FEM.OWS OF T.C.D Visitors: THE LORD lUSHOP OF OSSORY AND FERNS, AND THE PROVOST OF

/ patrons: PROVOST AND SEN. FEM.OWS OF T.C.D Visitors: THE LORD lUSHOP OF OSSORY AND FERNS, AND THE PROVOST OF

T.C.D. THE REV. OX. B&ZUUB, rPncimaly Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin, oiler J THE Cmiisc of Education embraces the Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and French Languages; Eucli.l, Algcbra, Astronomy, and Natural Philosophy; the English Course, including Elocution, with special attention
26 August 1837 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Price Lush 3 per Cjnt. C0n501*.,.9\% Stock new* Dank Stuck Grand Canal Stork ■ Ditto 4 per Cent —•

Price Lush 3 per Cjnt. C0n501*.,.9\% Stock new* Dank Stuck Grand Canal Stork ■ Ditto 4 per Cent —•

24 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
yorm?. BEAUTYS EMPIRE. What avails thine iron brow. Strong one of the battle field? Thou hast met a stronger now.

yorm?. BEAUTYS EMPIRE. What avails thine iron brow. Strong one of the battle field? Thou hast met a stronger now.

Render thy lance and shield : Yield, atAast—who yielded never; Beauty reigns on earth for ever! What avails thy purple pride. Monarch, on thy golden throne ? Cast th? haughty looks aside; Jewelled slave, Sovereign own ! Kneel—thy whole allegiance give her; Beauty reigns earth fo
23 August 1837 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland