13911ILVAIRT BELFAST, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, The steamer from Multa has brought thoe usual overland 'lail. The nows, however, from China and elsewhere, har been anticipated by the expresses from Marseilles, published last wyols, and it is therefore unne- cessary to revert to it.
JLTEIIXTUIE. DUBhLiN ITNVEnI slaRtM DIAAAZINiE. TnE number of this pet iodical for the present notonth otiens with an article headed "1Drifthigs and Dream- ings in various Lands," which may havo sotne merit in the estimation of persons whose tastes are different from ours ; but w
1,ONIDON .AIKE"I'S, (c) RX-ERXC I IAINGE, FuiivANy, SEPTr. le.4m71i el, rivals of Enwli-l grais have leen tinoterate, bat of I. \\lieit conideii Otlj. The ?? tiaje j i~fit ,~ at t prices. BaieIy, Beansw, aiid. Peatc (du 'it 1 l,1 iv' 1Il livr vilore dioni? iii Cates, at orme r ra
TIlE IRISH VICER.OY. foltowAifltZ inentoir of Loid (I(rantitavo,nfow Ear' ,,C'eVId ?? ?? Irelatid. is takeni frlont ilie first G. A.'aeSNatonal Portailt Galler'y ot It- an 1 mttlt Persoiwtttcs of the Nineteenth (Ntti5' pblihedin 1831. It vvill he read] at pro wil tv~ (~5~jetcrSt
LONDON AND ]'AR[SIAN FASITIONS PoR SEPTEMBER- (From the World of Faslisn.) Bo30NNRT8.-fleaWn honastis of apple-iirent lion de sole, with thle exterior o ruanlen ed wvithi a deli-ti rea Lb of velvet fol face, it) various s~irldes Orgreen, and the interior of' the briari trini- moi
QUEEN of the watery waste of ocean drear, -last thou then vanished from!our aching view? Where is thy shivered seeptro now-and where Thy shattered diadem of azure hue ? And wherc are all thy goodly, gallant crew, Whbo ringed thy deck and thronged thine ample hold, Who paid thte,
LivnnI'ooi. SATURDAY.-The royal mail steamet Acadia ?? Mersey shortly after five o'cloce this day, after a passage of nine days and fifteen hours from Halifax. The Columbia, which sailed hence or the 4th instant, arrived at Halifax on the 17th, after < passage of thirteen days,
[From the Examiner.] The lost confidence of the country has been much harped on, but instead of the assertion that the Liberal administration has lost the confidence of the country, the truer statement would be that the Tories have bought the suffrages the country. The Tories, w
03 September 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
Nell Auction, On the Premises, hi* <w» prime Short Horns, purchased and hred him with the utmost care, and at considerable expense; superior lot pure-bred Leicester Sheep ; stock of the best saved Hay and Crowing Crops, with all the Farming Implements. Carts, Horses, &c. &c. . .
04 September 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland