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THE TOURNAMENT.

THE TOURNAMENT.

TJlE TOlumNAIMEN'['. I.i'rrt'.l: wnat they wlvia's conili', ILittle .wat thoy wha's comin, Liti tle vat they whll,'s Oonili', Now tile Latr binimsil's corin" Tliere's coachrsc comin', stcani-hoats inin,' 'Targets comin', tulltrs scanmllin' T" t.1I i1&';' aid his IiCfl's vonlin' A
30 August 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

AGRICU ILTURE. I S.UlT rA-N ?? have great pleasure in giving plicicity to thc rcsult of experiments mado by Sir ?? Mil. Prrel, r. art. on his es ato at West i rhistead, w ith Mr. Bcnett's coinbina- tion of s.It and linc. Having pravioumly tried salt ?? (on a considerable breadth
30 August 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CO IN EXC IIANGE, FRIDAY, MIAY 3.-We ?? vt littlc ,rain of any description fresh uP since Mon1daly Sin1lll' supply of English Wheat left over sold at that dlee, currency; the daty oln Foreign remains at ?? 8d per filarler ?? iot mucih of the lbite arrival hlas been entered for i
07 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WELLINGTON BANQUET.

THE WELLINGTON BANQUET.

i The grand dinner given by the Cinque Ports, in honour it of that great man and illustrious warrior the Duke of W- eWllington, took place on Friday, in the Pavilion, erect- 1g ed for the ?? at Dover. It has been fitted up at n the cost of £1,200. It stands, including its cover
03 September 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

OlRGIANA L POETR Y. TIlE LILY OF THE VALLEY. R1ETaiM) within thc shandy grove, Ihaunt of the plaintive turtle dove, Coohig licr amorous sighs; The Fumble Lily, far from strife, Passcs a solitary life, Parhaps unnoticed dies ! Whilst flowers of taste, the garden's prida, Love to d
27 August 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAR IN THE EAST—ILLNESS OF THE SULTAN.

WAR IN THE EAST—ILLNESS OF THE SULTAN.

WAR IN THE EAST-ILLNESS OF TIlE STAN. Letters from Constantinople of Ihe 19th ult. ?? the recovery of the Sultan as almost hopeless In aildi tion to an internal complaint of long standinq his Higi ness is supposed to have ruptured a blood-vesse! 1niw] under the influence of chole
16 July 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION OF DRUNKARDS.

SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION OF DRUNKARDS.

SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION OF DRUNKAIRI)S. We copy from M'Nishs well known wori, the Anatomy of Drunkenlness," the followi ng cu rious col- lection of cases illustrative ?? singular aend hitherto inexplcable plicnonicuo-~tlic Spontaneous combustion of human bodies utnder cortain cire
24 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY.—DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF CHANCERY.—DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY.

i COURT OF CIHANCLIRY.-DUPtLIN, lVFLE.DNhAY. Lord M(7Cssercec v. lord T-i7,cvwet Ferarm.d. This was a bill, filed by the son agahit the father, for thc purpose of getting rid of his liability to certain honds in whieh lhe was joined with him, and to dikencumber the estates and in
03 December 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

& %b I'M 1-3 31, ImIt Z. ?, q A R" I Ulfa mm- T. 1[ t~iE F ~l Ih i'5'I)S ',Annat 23. 'l.ht 7il11'1111S Of I)OVY S IfRE"10 preTSontedI a peti- ?? from Nowbitr', agaiiit 5 itj' fiit'ter grant of'poi11)- IN: Inoisy.) to Meayltootit (Xticc'e, andl a petition fr'om the saircc plato a"
30 April 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIRD DAY—THURSDAY.

THIRD DAY—THURSDAY.

TILIRD DAY-THURSDAY. The eonrt opened this day at the usual hour. JUDGE BlUrToN then proceeded lit great length to eharge tile jury il the ease of Walsh anldl 1lCiCkey._ 11is Lordship proceeded to detail air. Cooper's evi- donec, ulfl told the jury that it emrrolborated the testi
22 January 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland