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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TIILE AUMY. WAR-OFFICN, MAY 10. -; Pith Drngmoon CG uard .-Captain J. 1 . Sinmth, from half- ?? unlattached, to be ('nptain, vice B. P. Brow'ne, ex- V'ianlgMcs rcci'ibnp'' the differaence. 2d Dracone-Lieutvnant Lorcd William F. A. \I. Hill. 0rom 43(1 Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice
14 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES' FASHIONS FOR MAY.

LADIES' FASHIONS FOR MAY.

LADElEsS' FASHIONS FOR MA. (Erom the AFew Jorthi; Be'lle B .Assemiblee.) CA55RLuW5 Datxss.-Lilae pon do Soic robe, corsage eneocir trtiilsessd with tnliu sort lned in folds, anld edged with lce S levc ofa new foirim, thi firness is disposed in lonigitudinal folds at the top, they
14 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRAIGMORE TEA PARTY.

CRAIGMORE TEA PARTY.

On Monday evening ho 61:th inst. tile mnembs:rs ui' II Craiginore, Sahhath School Unioni, and[ thuri Irienivb thecatuse of religious education, inet in tbc ilev if,, Smfythe's MeeOting-house, to p nl~loiitf nil a social i i, objects of Sabbathl-school education. T[ie nei anmount
14 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER FROM MR. O'CONNELL.

LETTER FROM MR. O'CONNELL.

iETTrER FROM AIR. O'CONNE ,L,. (flrs. the Morning Chronicle.) TO, Til,11E P EOPL OFh I I RELA N D. I'cHreditairy bondsmen, know yea not Wih) would he free, themselves must srike the blow ?? F EL L)%5-(ow-C)N 'raY 31 EN- Another1 caltirsity hl S fallenl 111)p1 cl O to cnineont cou
14 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON PAPERS OF SATURDAY.

LONDON PAPERS OF SATURDAY.

LON'D>Y PAPERS OF SATURDAY. TiE[ London papers of SATU rDAT havo been recceived Tho prineipal article of foreign intelligenco which they contain relates to ai victory sid to have been at lcngth ,ained by Espartero over the Carlists at a village called Ramales. The bulletin alnnoi
21 May 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

IBELFAST NEIW'SlLETTER. BELFAST, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. TERMINATION OF THE CIVIL WAR IN SPAIN. THE Spanish civil war is now actually at an end, as it will be seen from the extracts given in another column that the principal personages about the Court of Don Carlos have taken refi
17 September 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARY WILLIAMSON.

MARY WILLIAMSON.

Ya pass by, Mary Williamson, As me ye'd nevcr seen- And ean ye haoe forgotten, then, The happy thnn that's been ? When bairns baith we played onrsels The ice-lang summer day, Till gloamin closed the vio!et's e'a And hushed the lihnet's lay. Ye mind, dear Mary Williamson, Ve wand
17 September 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, APRIL 18.

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, APRIL 18.

BELFAST 'MARKUTS-TH1RTDAY, APnIL IS, p 1121h. Oatmeal ?? 65s Od 4 17 Wneat Wlh. 14 U -14 --Red 1;3 0 -14 Barley ?? 10 0 -11 Oat.s, lola/n. 8 / - 9 Poetto ?? 8- 9 Flour Ist 246 0- 0 - 2d...24 t 0- 0 --Sd ...22 0- 0 -4th 17 0- 0 Bran ?? 0- 8 Potatoes ?? 2 8 - 3 FirkinButt.89 0 -91
19 April 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR LIONEL SMITH AND THE BAPTIST MINISTERS.

SIR LIONEL SMITH AND THE BAPTIST MINISTERS.

,IBIoNEL S.M117T ANT) TIIE BAPTIST Slg 1l MINISTERS. iddtss to his Exreellen cq Sir Lioncl Sutith, E ait. Governor of Joinaegca, 5-c, , av. it please your Excellency, we, thli m iisters 'fife * 1aptist Western Union, on rmur ow part and taf tile churches and congregatiurns over w
01 November 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.

REVIEW OF TILE CORN TRADE DURING TIHE PAST W'HE. Abrioliqedfrom the Mark-lane Exprese, ?? Oct. 28. Thle leading provincial markets (luring the woek hnve been rather hetter sr:pplired with grain than is utival let this sea-one of the year, thle trade has nuvertheless remiained fir
01 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland