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the supply, as it actually meets the effective demand from the manufacturers. There will less hiners hold for a rise, consequently, what is to the extent of the crop becomes less matter of interest. The account from the south thus far, however, a>;ree very generally, that the we
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOMAN.

WOMAN.

lIItRT CORXWALr.. Gone from her cheek i» the summer bloom. And her lip has lost all its faint perfume; nd the gloss has dropp'd from her golden hair. And her cheek pale, but no longer fair. And the spirit that sate on her soft blue eye Is struck with cold mortality; And the smil
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICE OF IR

PRICE OF IR

PRICE OF ISll STOCKS OCRING THE WEEK. M.,n Tijks. I Wen. jTiiua. I Kuio. ( Ssr ('t. (’..IK l-H HS t. S'. .1. »J} ! "7i !>:i llu. iif», »7<i !>« | :\li per (*i. «1 I i perCt. l)fb. !•!» 90jj Stuck I I ' STOCKS— Nov. 17. Hank Stock... , ‘* Three per deduced Three per Cent, ('onso)s
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
thk brevet.

thk brevet.

brevet. The anxious hope <*f the nation having bom crowni uli the navy an.l army now Icn.k forward expectation f'T a liberal brevet Viiaval promotion. Vaiion* are the reports in cir-1 ti.iii this subject. respect to the navy, it is , mmy persons who assume to well inform•' 1 l l|
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

On the inti, at SolJters Town CWeh, by the Iter Hill. Mr. Jacob Greene, of Anahilt. Catharine ArabeVa. daughter of the late Lancelot Turtle, Lsq. of Agh.i-gallon. On the llth insl. by the Rev. Wra. Hamilton. Edenderry, the Rev John Porter. jlalUnahatty. to one. youngest daughter
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MOTVCR.

MOTVCR.

Subscription Sale of Stuff*! Jhr ts and Speukiny i'arrots. J T S. THOM .S; CO. Stuff.t. to llio Royal Dublin »» . Society, hep leave to Male that they .ill Close their •Shop. No. ft. tii^h-Street, this Kvenlng. Sia o'elock All unclaimed Hriles, »ill be left with Mr. BOYD, Commer
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Aliiil V A I. AT

Aliiil V A I. AT

M. * II M. 11—25 2-10 5—40 I 5—55 )AYB. / h—4ol 8—55 | 4 1» O W X. i.isurn*. Li'ast. 11. M. | il. M. 9-.30 | 12—30 | 3—30 3—55 7 0 , DAYS. j 10— 10—25 i 6—30 I 6—55 EXTRA TRAINS TO LISBURN. A Train will leave BELFAST for LISBURN.onIy, at Three o clock m. every day except SUNDAY,
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wtlfnßt tfuiumrrdijX CClj rmiiclt.

Wtlfnßt tfuiumrrdijX CClj rmiiclt.

tfuiumrrdijX CClj rmiiclt . Auctions. tm-sicia »: FRI ITKUI-U’S MSTAIU.ISIIMt.NT, Stock of Fruit, Confectionary, Household Furniture, &c. j To SOL I) by A J I OX, the VREfIISKS, TV LSD Y, the 'l3d instant, ELEVEN o'clock precisely, INTEREST in the LEASE of that well* known Concer
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
C<>mo.v «»r Oativn.

C<>mo.v «»r Oativn.

LAND FOU «AL To SOLD by PUBLIC A UCTION, U SA- I UHItA Y, the IBM th/y of December uejrt, tit MUARU S /A A, in t/ir Town of I)rotnore EARM OF I,AND, in the Townland ofTullv- heiian. Parish of Maghcral y, mid County Down, within two miles of Banbridpe, Biij«>inin<; the Mai! Coach
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
llellast I ci ion Workliouwc.

llellast I ci ion Workliouwc.

WANTED, A MEDICAL OFFICER. ANDIDATES are requested attend, with their I Testimonial*, at the WORKHOUSE, on TUESDAY. the inst. at ELEVEN o’clock forenoon. Salary, X6O a-year. WILLIAM BOYCE, 12th Nov. 1841. (71) Clerk to the Union. Coleraine Union. CONTRACTS WANTED. To Carpenters,
20 November 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland