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BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21

BELFkST ?? RSDAY, No)Vmn1Ra 21 7e 1121b. 0atmeal ?? 14s 10cl(1(I 1(/ceat IT/h. 10 0 _1:3 1/ed 8 0 -1;3 13al 1eiri,. 8 0 9 OatoPslaln. 7 0 _ 8 Piatto ?? 7 G _ 8 old 0Cts 9 0 -10 F'lor- 1st 228 0 0 - 2,1 ?? 26 0-O 8/l..19 0 "2I 41A 15 0 -I1 3rao .n. 7 () _ 9 poitatoes .. 2 4 - 2 T'
22 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROTEST AGAINST LORD BROUGHAM'S RESOLUTIONS.

PROTEST AGAINST LORD BROUGHAM'S RESOLUTIONS.

PRCTEST AGAINST LORD BROUGIIAM'S RESOLUTIONS. 1st-Becauso the two last rcsolutions contain abstract propositiom s relating to the principles on which a power, vested by the Constitution in the Crown, should hercaf- ter be exercised. And, although it be the undoubted pri- vilege o
16 August 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

| ,1t4' i4) ?? igtft L 4-i K FOR SALE, I, DONEGA LL-QUAY. / t (:32 CARLI[SLE~ U0?S;U"1)fL Cl b% D. & S. AP'IBI3IN arc this day Landing &'L .Cargocs of the Endeavoul, Afaryr Ann Scott, Ca,,, of Annan, h1ope, and Ana and Mar iy, consisnflg OA th above superior and economical MILvel
16 August 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

m'F.ViUI ' O{ '[liE ('ON',i~Ar'o ttNG TIMl PA~ST XVEEK. ---I " (it (A 'dlr~~y~ed~mii i, /me Mmmm'k~eei;i~C }'j~i'it'2SO of 'lffio II fly, Ate. 32.) With ime eeept Oiof a fow silowers. onm wtediecaday, ?? weather lias on tie whole been filvoulrable this week, both for forwarding f
16 August 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

?? , It 1x, s .11l1lY 'OF T'I'I (I 1 C II ; C' OF - ~~ScUTLA ND. TheAssmbl' te~up thue report of the Cmrotiitee Tsi Ce o oo ibcrrt mi eoM ?? at flrm1 a (le- f~i1 o Icpiusbytry of Bliggar camie buflor tiow (oltlttP on the ?? in wh~ich the elecotion itI' wiiou- ( b t~a ss)13 hlad b
24 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

51[AD 1AXE LA OILE AiES this opportunity of returnfing the Ladies of 13 B IELFA ST and its vicinity her sincere tiliks, for | every latt ering and liberal encouragement which they i vet her and begs to announce that she has Re. b3 ?? from No. S. CASTI.F.-PLACE, to °180wER ARTHUR.
08 February 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

BELFAST MAIRKETS-THiURSDAY, Fewu'.nY 7. ' 112m. Oz1meal... 15 1,i®16 Wheat ?? 15 6 -16 BRorleu ?? 6 l -12 Oats, Polan. 7 9 - 8 Potato ?? 8 0 - 9 Old Oats.,, 0 0 - 0 Flourlst ?? -00 ?? 27 3-00 .. 3d... .5 () -00 ?? 17 6 -(0) Rran ?? 7 6 - 8 Potatoes, ?? 2 6 - 2 Frkinblutter9 l -91
08 February 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESBYTERY OF GLASGOW—RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN KILSYTH.

PRESBYTERY OF GLASGOW—RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN KILSYTH.

PRESBYTERY OF GL ASGOW--RELIGIOUS %:RBEVIVAL IN KILSYTH. At a meetiirg;oy?o.P-s1sbytery of Glasgow, iebl o Wednesday lost.2f-.Mr'nsrson, of Carmunnock, in th allir, as Mode; atoi,: pro'tpepore? ' The Rev. Mr. FARBAHDAN, of-Bridgeton, called the at 1l9tion of the Presbytery to the
10 September 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY FERMANAGH ASSIZES.

COUNTY FERMANAGH ASSIZES.

COUNTY FERMANAGII ASSIZES: John -Corrigan was inldicted fir all assault and rape on llary Ferguson. ?? jiriseention discharged. Jamlles F1erulsoll, a boy ' iout fourteell years of age, was indieted for st'aliig i" . disil. Iieul the [>sap et. of Jolil (CaldwellI, of' Eniaroo, at
30 July 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

EN(r.a ND.-Tnrl Cnois.-Duritg the last fortnight we halve hild an opportunity of examining the state of the crops over a line of country about one hundred and thirty miles in length, extending fi oem Liverpool to Stratford-oln- Avon ; and it gives us great pleasure to be able to
30 July 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland