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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST BELFAST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. The Paris papers of Sunday have been received, They are still much taken up with the opposition to the fiscal measures of the Government, which was daily becoming more general. The Aroi'nilcur mentions that the disturbances caused by resistance
27 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY MONAGHAN ASSIZES.

COUNTY MONAGHAN ASSIZES.

COUNTY )IONAGITAN ASSIMzS. On the 11th invient, the following gentlemen wre Sworn on the Gand .JIIy far tlhi3 county, befoire the Ifigh Sheriif, Thos. Rotnlhwell, Rq. :-Williarn Anketell, Esq foreman John M\Ianrlden, Edward Lucas, James Ilainil- totl, William i lamiltn, Owen alii
20 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HERRING FISHERY.

HERRING FISHERY.

IITERINa FISHERY. Duosns, Aun. ]l4-Thc F heats Wlre not put out on Wednesiday night, owing to the high north-easter. '[le sea, however calmed .lown on Thursilay. A flcet of up- wards of 400 were in the bay tbat night and next morn- ing; they appeared excellently fished, mostly la
20 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

FROMr THtE LONDON 'ImIES 0F SATURDAY. The announced arrival of the overland mail without adviees from China caused no little disappointenit amnong the toa speculators; the merchants and othe7s also connected wsith the trade of the place are at a loss to know what Call occasion t
03 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORBOY CONGREGATION.

CORBOY CONGREGATION.

CORPBOYc CONCREGATiON. TO0 THE E DITOR OF THRA1 NEWVSLETTE R. Sir-,-III thel Chronicle of last Weilniesday I observe a statemfent made by the Rev NV. Glenidy, of the Rlenson. Straist Synod, in whlic'h anl at telip~t is mnade to affect thle cli as'actv'r of that highly resipected
03 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HOLYWOOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

HOLYWOOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

nOLYN-OOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. On Thst'Odflv¾ the 111th inct- tho Annual Aoricultural .l of tR lioalywond Farmin- Society too] place inl ;1lohsood] Tbe exhsibtion, on the occasion, not only lied, but surpassed any former show of the Society, (. dcfleets great credit on the gentl
24 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

' PARLIAMENT opened on Thursday. In the House of Commons the election of Mr Shaw L~efevro to the Speak. ership was immediately proceeded with. So far, matters have proceeded with much smoothness and courtesy on all sides, but more important business will be immediate- ly discusse
24 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE HARVEST IN ENGLAND.

THE HARVEST IN ENGLAND.

TIlE HARVEST IN ENGLAND. The weather has heen bright, but, for the season, ur. usually coll. The harvest has partially. commenced round this nci, hotiloud, but, owing to the late rains and wind tile cornI has bi-en mn ih laid, anu I consequently il many plaeos is still quite grre
17 August 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BOYLE UNION.

THE BOYLE UNION.

Ycitenfojr, a meeting the Guardian* of the aboee onoa was held in the Sesstoos Boose, for the pur|>ose «l electing the Master, Matroa, and Porter to the Workhouse in Boyle, and for appointing Collectors, be. Sesen applications were made for the situations of Master and Matron. M
07 August 1841 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN and CHARLO IN SRARCH OF A PAPER.

JOHN and CHARLO IN SRARCH OF A PAPER.

TO THE CSITOR TRC ROSCOHSION I,EITniS« GAZETTE. Sir,—A* an independent elertor of the county of Leitrim, supporter of Messrs. White and Clements, and, consequently, the advocate of relorm in every shape —clteap bread, free trade in everything, money particularly, &c. &c.—l hope
07 August 1841 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland