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To Correspondents.

To Correspondents.

To 'rortcrpollbclto. J " 1AQUES.'"-We cannott publish anlonymous mmtlmlica- tions, unless the real namne t tthe w^riter be conllilled to ius. Ilad you corniplied with this rule, we should, wi liogly, have inserted vour letter. c We save hoes obliged1 to (lefor the Letter, No. 3,
15 September 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Markets.

Belfast Markets.

B, dfa5t fgarhrt5. Thursday, Sept. 14, 1848. THE weather, during the past week, has been very favourable for harvest work. Very small supplies of Grain coming to market, and the quality and condition of the 'Wheat still continue very p3or. In Indian Corn and Meal little doing and
15 September 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

,Zbip f7lcW,5. BF..FAS1, SE'rEMCEr. 14.--Witd, N\A. Weather, Fitte. AIIRTNvr D. Sept. 12.-Alli-n Ft., Stritraer; Fire-Flv st., Ararossan; l1.,t M jtv st., FIiet wo(l Qlleen st., \\ hitehavin; Thetis st., (il s11 (2;C roea, Io!i Q'eUOteeb, inebr ;Ardent, - , Crotis. nalt, In:tt te
15 September 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry.

Original Poetry.

Original vottrt). ?? ?? TO AIRS. JANE DOLLAR, On poart of herfbianiy enviyratinn to Awerica. BY T. BGCCS. T'iE fleets ! and, ever on the way, Somne llow'tet from our path is reft, Till conies the cold, the choerless d(ty, When little that we loved is left Of homely joy-the reed i
10 November 1843 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TilE ARMY. NVAfl-OFFICE., liedcli~wn '26. 21 Dragonons-Livilt. D J. M1 AMaclced to lie Captain. by pilrcliase, vicc Fordo, retires ;Cornet r Btarnett to lie ~icut. by purchase, vice M'Leod; 11.1'I C .S Pigott, to be Cornet, by .purchas~e, vice Barnett. 2d Foot-Brevet, Coilonol Si
04 January 1842 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I231PUi AL L PALERAIE.ST. HOUSE OF LORDSMONDAY, FED. 13. The Dukleof WELLINGTON laid on the table pa- pers, relative to Affghanistan; and, in order that the House might have time to read them, he postponed his motion, for a vote of thanks to the troops employed there, from Thursd
17 February 1843 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONI)ON'M ARKETS. *CORN-EXCHANOR. FATI)AY, Dac. 2.-The supplies of Grain throughout thle week lanve beet) moderate of Englisih Wheat and Barley, tnt tolerrably good of Irish Oats. Thuo de- mand for all grain has beCO extremely lannuid, and prices nre with difficulty supported for
06 December 1842 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRENCH AGGRESSIONS AT TAHITI.

FRENCH AGGRESSIONS AT TAHITI.

FRENCH AGGRESSIONS AT TAHITI, ADDITIONAL INSULT To THr 'aBITISH FLAG. I THAT Ave were not premature in calling attention, in our last publication, to the absolute necessity which exists for the armed interference of Britain, to put down French insolence at Tahiti, is amply demons
11 October 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAUL JONES.

PAUL JONES.

PAt (TL ?? TERRIBLE ENGAGEMENT AT SEA. TIIE 8thi volume of the "' Anakectic leayazine," a very interesting perio(dcal, iwlicil was pitblished nearly thirty years ago, at Plhiladelphia, in America, contaijis a bio- graphical sketch of the celebrated Paul Jones, from wbich we extra
11 October 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IIOUSE OF LORDS-TUPSDAY, JAN. 26. DEBATE ON TilE' ADDRESS. TIr LORD CHANCELLOR read the address, which was in) elho of tile speech. Iord B ROUG HAM did not mean to go over the on wihich his oll ie fricend add resserl their Lord- hilps bitt altboolig qpuitc awrt r) that at) ad dr
02 February 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland