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FARNI: IF@l UAL~t;. Tobe SOLD by AUCTION,on WEDNESDAYthe 14th day of February next, at the hour of TWELVE o'clock, (if not previously disposed of by Private Sale,) at the house of MR. MULHOLLAND, Innkeeper, MAGHERA, A MOST desirable FARM, in the Towrnland of It MONEYGUIGY, near T
12 January 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

L?I?T? ?? OF T?I ? TuaE London papers of lTUEsDAY eveninig reaiched'ihs in I coatree ?? imight, hut their contenits are unimpolrtant. The followinig, vrhich we takce from the San, is the only article of foreign inttllixencee worth 4uolation- The corresporndent of a Imndon paper,
07 September 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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ALx-xtE, &c. ,,-I A AMUEL BOYLE takes the liberty of ar notncing \ to his Frienids, the arrival of his first lot of VRN NING's Rich Sparklior Devonshire CIDER, with a small parcel of Superior MANX ALE, which, with the fol- lowing Articles, will be Sold on Commission, at Manu- fac
04 May 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF THE PEACE.

COMMISSION OF THE PEACE.

COMMISSION OF TIUE PEACE. Thefollon-ing Noblemen and Gentlemen havereceivedCom- missions for the County of Armnagi- I Algeo, William W. Armagh. Armstrong, Thomas K. Ehl Park, Armpah. { Barker, Captain Joshua Paul, 11arkethill.i Bernard, Major Arthur A. Forklhill. Blacker, William
15 June 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Profit Rctt of 24Th55 .pzr A"num. Lr" - n/4, 1Lzz:., IC int A PROFIT *RENr £191i per Annum, payable G I out of a Tenement inlf GC DA VIS Solicitor, i 229) Arthur street. ..r * 'NEiWRi G'rLASSg Wy iZS91X In Tro be TftAt or W)d, 1 S the PROPRIETOR intends ?? in A Mnrifcttrre on 6th
16 February 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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St-b*; +s'XDAY. SALE OF GIG AXD IIARNESIS, PLATEl, &,e. To be Sold by Auction, At the MART, No.7. CASTLE-PLACE, on TUES DAY next, the 3d July, at ELEVEN o'clock, F51 HE Effects of the late Lite CAPrAIN W11o.,N . Royal Engineers, consisting of an exelloent GIG. by Hutton, of Dlubl
03 July 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CANADIAN AFFAIRS—ARRIVAL OF LORD DURHAM.

CANADIAN AFFAIRS—ARRIVAL OF LORD DURHAM.

- BELFAST NEIWS-ETTER. BELFAST FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. CANADIAN AFFAIRS--ARRIVAL OF LORD I . DURHAM. AT length we have official accounts of the actual arrival of Lord Durham, who shortly after his landing was complime nte'd with an address from the Mayor and Burgesses of Devonport, e
07 December 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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MEETING OF ATTENDANTS ON EXCIANGEr, s'e. JAVING received a Copy of a Resolution entered H into by the Commirtee of the Commercial Build- ing9, directed to me as Secretary to the Chamber of Com- merce, " requesting that some plce may he provided for the purpose of holding Chatnge,
25 September 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

WAR OPFICE, MAnt1[ 23. 14th Light Dragoons-Ensign C. K. Massy DaMwon, from JOth Foot. to be Cornet, by pnrchlase, vice Bo~dkin, retires. 1titb-Captain G. J. M')oe oil to be Major, by purchase, vice Mirler, retires; Lioat. P. Bon1am1I to be Captain, by pnrehase, vice M'Dowell ; C
27 March 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CANADIAN AFFAIRS—A LAST ABORTIVE ATTEMPT AT REVOLUTION.

CANADIAN AFFAIRS—A LAST ABORTIVE ATTEMPT AT REVOLUTION.

IIIELFST NEW -LTTEtR : BELFAST, TUESDAY, MARCH 27.. CANADIAN AFFATRS-A LAST ABORTIEM AT. TEMPT &T REVOLUTION. ' ?? . WE are indebted to an express of the Dublin REsaleg Poet for a series of extracts from American papers up to the 2nd inst. ecntaining accounts, both real and ficti
27 March 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland