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MR. PTftCIXJ... h-’ fv.l'ovirc letter the rr?£t inr.t'errtaH'tp' perhaps, ha» our axituiuus luauy —it is our wish rati-cr io make idwti m'.'iir tiiac the j.xp;t»«i«»| any feeling ®1 gratiricatioa ti iumph. Since Urt! puaiiration uf the livening Mtil., been and, wetrust, manfully
09 January 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
A I (lI.OXK.

A I (lI.OXK.

town bears most singular appearance, vast numbers the houses having been totally unroofed, or almost stripped slates and windows. The artillery limracks and the large storehouses are greatly damaged, the large ton slates having been torn off, ami hardly pane of glass remains. Th
12 January 1839 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES.

CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES.

CANADA AND TILE UNITED STATES.. Tbre Virginian Packet Ship arrived at Liverpool on Wednesday from New York, bring'fig Nuw York papers to tbe l3th, and Calladiall journalls to the oth of December. The f6flowing; are extracts LOWER CANADA. Fr-om the Monlreel Cou,-k'r, Dcr. 6. Cornr
08 January 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TH E FO O D IMP OS T

TH E FO O D IMP OS T

TH FO O IMP T T Com I.hws is a misnomer for whal generally signified th(*m—namely, the Taxes on Food. It should familiarly known to every man, and woman, and child, who earns shilling by the sweat of the brow, and, in laying it out in food, gives at least .*3d tj the landowners,
08 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

Tuesday, Jan. 8., 1833. The criminal business was entered u|»on to-day, about 11 o’clock. It gratifying have to state, that the calendar is much lighter than usual. Mr. Baldwin, the new Assistant Barrister appointed to this district, briefly addressed the Court and Grand Jury; a
10 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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10 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROFIT RENT

PROFIT RENT

FOR SALE,a well-sccurcd of £27 7d per annum, payable out of Tenements in Belfast, lor an unexpired term of years, from the Ist May last. Particulars may known, by application to JAMES DAVIS, Solicitor, Arthir-Strebt. Belfast, Jan., 1839. To be SOLD by PUBLIC at House of Mr. SMI
10 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O LI) W H ISK E Y

O LI) W H ISK E Y

O W H ISK E Y 40 Puncheons in Bond, Warehoused in Mar., 1834 ; do. do. do. Nov., 1830; do. do. do. Dec., 1837 ALSO, 2,000 Barrels Prime New MA L T. FOB SALE, Ferguson’s Court, sth Jan., 1839. JAMES BARNETT. 529 OLD CORK WHISKEY ONE HUNDRED PUNCHEONS of the abore, nearly three yea
12 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAURIEU,

MAURIEU,

On th« 34 Inst, by the R.'*. Alexander Bryson. A.M., Mr. William \Nllej, to Miss Esther Ferguvoi. both of Fourlowns. DIED, In George Town. Demcrara, on the 23d November, of yellow fever. Samuel, youngest ton of Ja» Blair, Esq., Wcllington-place. On iOth Inst., belfast, the prune
12 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES. &c.

COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES. &c.

State of Trade Manchester, Friday Evening Though inquiries have been very extensive fur grey cloth, the business actually done has been exceedingly limited.— The pause and iriHing decline in the Liverpool market, made purchasers unwilling to buy, except at the rates of this day
12 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland