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UNDElR TllE MANINGEoMETNT OF 11R. THORBURNT. ,A.ST SlCr OF Tl1E OnrcliAL SCOTTISI COMEDIA&, AND FOB ~The Nen~eft o£ .Mr. Mae'kay. DlIVERSIIED ATTRACTIONI This Eieni/e (FRI)AY). Oct. 29, 1i41, Will be act(ld TrVo Of Sil' WALTER SCOTT'S ' i-17,'le's' piere.'; with ' Blue I)evilsi n
29 October 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE MINISTERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

TO THE MINISTERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

TO THE MINISTERS AND MEIMIBERS OF TIE | PRESBYTERIAN CHURCII IN IRELAND. RrsPE.CT'i'rciATrsai1s AND I3RETJ~iIENIt devolves upon me to Convey to you tile distrcssilrgintelrtlil. ence Of thle dulerth of orue of your beloved arid devoted *Misisionarics in Indira ; andi. Ii rrovirrg,
12 October 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LINES ON THE FIRST WOMAN.

LINES ON THE FIRST WOMAN.

LINES ON TIlE FIRST WOMAN. DY A DESCENDANT. I WOULD for yours, and for my own behoof, Tlht Eve, our lotlher, had bcen devil-proof; If sho had but loved apples less, and. Adam more, It had been good for our progenitor. Adam could soon havo silonoced nll tho eavils Of ono or twenty
12 October 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FURTHER PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT

FURTHER PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT

FURTHER PROROGATION PARLIAMENT Tho Queen held a Court and Privy Council at half-past one o'clock on Thursday afternoon, at Buckingham Palace. His Excellency Andrew Stevenson, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister "Plenepotentiary from the United States, had an audience of her Majesty,
25 October 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHOCKING AND DARING SACRILEGE AT THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW WESTLAND-ROW.

SHOCKING AND DARING SACRILEGE AT THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW WESTLAND-ROW.

Thursday night (but at what hour it not yet known) some miscreants broke into the Chapel at Westland-row, and after breaking open the tabernacle, together with several boxes which were in the place, they decamped, taking with them about £6 in money, and property to the amount of
25 October 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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Mr. O 11. ill re^olatiofl. It'-v. L:»iiromH» Sim ill the f.flh resolution. Mr. M. •rkoHi'o. .l it. v. Mr. Burke

Mr. O 11. ill re^olatiofl. It'-v. L:»iiromH» Sim ill the f.flh resolution. Mr. M. •rkoHi'o. .l it. v. Mr. Burke

read the (ictitloii. which was unanimously dopteik nft *r which the meeting «lis-eUeiS, tiicii. -' iliuimUt>4 cheers for the »..r O‘C. ot.i.cU, Duu.a, and the After tie* i had uis3.,Jved tlie meet plat form v. vaealeil, . I’asrt (a near relation Lord Anglesey s) «s--eciuhsl ilie
23 October 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TliK VINDICATOR, KCD FAST, SAIT

TliK VINDICATOR, KCD FAST, SAIT

TliK VINDICATOR, FAST, SAIT TfXTOTAUSM AtHlAllot;, NTV MON At; I lAN TO TUf. I Ton Til VIXDICATOR. Sin -There i' branch tin* fork Total Ah>tincncc Soeietv in the parish of Aghalmg, which denominated , the Total Abstinence Society. About fifty members the above Society took tea to
30 October 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO COKRF.SPOMH:\TS.

TO COKRF.SPOMH:\TS.

COKRF.SPOMH:\TS. man from Downpatrick, who to know the name the person who advertises for schoolmaster, lias not prepaid his letter, for which reason shall have information. Parties answer, on limit own business, from any establishment, should not only prepay their letters, but e
30 October 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK

FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK

Antrim. Carrickfergus, Cruralin, Randalstown, Monday. Portglenone, Tuesday. Glcnavy, Wednesday. Parkgate, Thursday. Buckiuu Stranocura, Saturday. Arma<;m. —Maghery. BaHvl»ought, Charlestown, Monday. Bcleek, Wednesday. Middleton, Thursday. Crossfnaglen, Tandragoe, Friday. Armagh,
30 October 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VI?

THE VI?

02 October 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland