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IN 6~1I1IO1N & IMETS -AETHIlS DAY REPCEIVED at furtheri srupply Ii ?? a24 c Draives ; y,'AI e lgeatti ?? Hos~e (unusull low in price); TOC(THIEn IWITHS Thbree le- of Fla"Anels td "4cse~ Il1lEIR STOCI; OF 3, NOWYr1771'O IIRA 1.15 U'S'PS A. ND JIIS! I ?? EEN'S CHIAMOIIS YES'i5, & D
29 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF TRADE IN ENGLAND.

STATE OF TRADE IN ENGLAND.

STATE OF TRtADE [N ENG(LAND. MoNDAY, NOXv. 13.-There was no material civ,,g,. In , narket ycstcritaY; thii priees of yarn generally ceotinee droop.- rnd lower r:itos wele il Ianl il Cci SlOlittid teI Soilic inquiry for prititilig clothll iiaiiifested itcelf durin0 O day, but the
19 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

1ELV-ILST NESBS-LETTER. lH4TFAST, TUESDAY, NOIVEMBER 12. THE CHAIITIST INSUtRRECTION IN SOUTH WAI.ES. IN another part of our paper we have given a report of thle examillation of Frost and other leading Chartists minceted with the late serious affair at Newport, in Monumotihsliire
12 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOLTON OPERATIVE CONSERVATIVE SO CIEY—MR. ROBY'S SECOND SPEECH.

BOLTON OPERATIVE CONSERVATIVE SO CIEY—MR. ROBY'S SECOND SPEECH.

r OLT'JON' OPIERAtTIVE, Ct-,N,3Ej,,l'A'Ti1V12, S I ?? Ro'i''s S'"'~oN;D' tio The speech delivered a firv days a g' at A.,htoyl under- Lije , by Ir. Ilobv, of Iuoh:hiie, has, as our readers know, crcated no I tf o s0:sitt, its ?? the country, some of hids expressiols, articulnrly
22 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONIDON ATARXETS. c1OR-NIE-XCITANOGEP, Fttia, Novyrisiiwr 18.-Oar sup- plias of w\\l. ajt oue tatheir lagoc, nind much ti' it being ia had condlitiotn, our itilcr.s ate not inclined to take it freely, and wre Iive oit:it to-dy it verN dttli troad a it) Etigg'ish9 W h'eIat, at ; d
22 November 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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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
 
CHURCH RATES.

CHURCH RATES.

THE FREEMAN'S JOURNA L DUBLIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1839. We had occasion some time ago---when alluding to the persecutions and sufferings of Mr. Thoro- good, who has been imprisoned upwards of ten months, for refusing to contribute 5s. 6d.. to a church from which he dissents.--
29 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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INDEPEVNDENCE OF TlW Cf TY OP DUEL!N ELECTORS, PEOPLE OF DUBLIN, VOUT have nobly done your duty to your COUNTRY A. by your prompt and persevering atterldance at the Registry Court. Continue to earn for y Iu elves the gratitude of your Country by following u he blow you have alrea
14 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1839.

DUBLIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1839.

TIES FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. DUBILIN, THURSDAY, NOVE \IBEi 14, I839. THE ASSISTANT BARRISTERSHIP. It was said that " the no-Popery" howl with which t the Bradshaws and Robys, et hoc genus omne, have been " baying the moon" for some time, had been successful to the extent of-we will no
14 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHARTIST RIOTS.

THE CHARTIST RIOTS.

THE CMARTIST RIOTS. (From a Second Edition5 of the Morning Post.) Monmouth, Nov. 11. T1i There are a variety of rumOUTS afloat here at present. boys All, however, conicur in stating that an attack upon the gaol daiy is yet in contemplation. This men are all out of work, and retul
14 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland