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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

A IN Rb all fit I I "I P Al R 1. 3 AM LI' N, W. LI'SEl of,' Ct'st.siUNS-Fjoiv)y, Fxn. 28. IIiSH ',IINICkl'AI. 1111.1.-BLIZEAST. The flouse went into ('ommit tee on this bill. n11 the question being put, that Belfast stand part of scheldule A, Mr DUN BAlI rose to oppose the motion
06 March 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry.

Original Poetry.

Original lparp. THE LAST VIGIL. INSCRIBED TO MISS S. A., BELFAST. BY JAMIES WATSON. Tua long, dull, weary hours of sluggish night Were fleeting fast, as closely one sat, sighing, Near a pale form, more pale as the young light Into the chamber where he lay was prying; Dimly the ta
18 June 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8.

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8.

BELFAST MARKES-.TuHri;SDAY, OCTOBER 8, : 112tb. Oatmeal ...lls Od@12 Wheat Wi. I 1 6 -13 -Red 11 6 -13 Barley .. 6 0 - 7 OutsPolan. 5 7 6 Potato ?? 6 0 6 Old Outs 8 8_9 Flour Ist 23 0-0 2d ...20 0-O - 3d.. 17 0- ( _ 4th 12 0-0 Bran . 0 0 - L6 Potatoes .. 2 0 __ 2 Firn'.inButt.95
09 October 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

-noricullurt. AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT. TEE ANNESLEY ESTATES. Next to bestowing on the rising generation of farmers a correct agricultural education, we have ever considered efforts such as those to which we are about to refer, as the means likely to be most successful in introdu
18 June 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MAlUlTS. CORN.-EXCIIANGE, MOlNDAY, MmliiC 2I.-Thore was an) islrr;1scii sujpply of new Wheat at ma:rket t his norniuig, tilt CoinditLion of ?? wat iserably bad ; priCe; haive ducl noed 3o onl the host, and 4s ott iileh'iac. Free Fo.reign was hlvd or, the sanie terms, but i
25 March 1842 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOCHRYAN REGATTA.

LOCHRYAN REGATTA.

LOCHUYAN REGAT FA. FiiIIAY-11UGU51T ;lii on this morning a light breeze having sprung, tip, two yactli matchos wvere started. 1. Fln THRu CLARPT JUG, VALUE 50 GuINEts, Nauitilus - R-1. B~att, Hsq. - - Belfast. Glteans . . . Sir Rf. U. Booth - Sligo. Wavo - - - )Ill. Perstoen, REq
08 September 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

(?n rrc?n o n? Cu CC. DUNDROD AIND ITS INIIADIITANNS. No. If. 1 A C1Dn diet lhoireth ti!se .vwitness agniiist .is neighbour is 1 mnaiul, and It aSord, nn,l at sluarp aIrlmv." TO Ti1E Et0l1Oit OF THE 13ELFAST NEWS-LETTER. Duivdrod, Sqft. 28, 1847. SrR,-I statcd in my former lctter
01 October 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

FIRE INSURANCE SCI TARTIES inisured with this Office,who / /. iT payable at Michaelmas (29th Septemher/a~rset fiIlhN, rentinded, that payment should be mraii tbiffen (Jay~s thercafter, to preserve thc liability of ?? 0ffc' Thii Society presenits a great advait age to t pbifrom th
01 October 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

Tills body met on Monday, a Mr. Edward Murphy in the I chair. Mr. Ray, who was present for the first time, after a long illness, was ioudly cheered, when' he rose to read thc minutes of the last day's meeting. Mr. O'CONNri.L handed in £II from Londonderry, ac- comp(anied bv two
01 October 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

(Abridged front the London Farmers' Journal.) As we anticipated, the explicit doclaration of Sir Ro- bert Peel in the Honse of Commons, on the subject of th( Corn Laws, has given a tone of firmness to the tradt which, if we be not greatly mistakpn, will ere long lead ti a much-n
09 February 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland