C.Ie Harhtm. E N GL LIS H. LON DON CORNI-EXCA NGE, FRXtOAr, AroUST l3- Thii week'a, arrival of' English Wheat, almost wholly of thle Froerit', l~grow~tht, has beon smrall ; aad thre show of samples I tre h td', %%as triflling. Previously to the close of the market it giool eleirm
JUDGE BELER'S GROST. 11Y Tll i. AU'Tno11 oDP "SAMT SLICl." Tin: following is a characteristic fireside story, told in the 1keeTping-rooni' of a ?? Scotia ilnn, by a real provincial oriinal-onc of the author's best portraitures-" Steplhen Riehardson, of Clements, in the county of
MONTHLY Ml]l.Tl1AIRY OBITUARY. ?? Colln Campbell, ?? Col. of 72 F. Major.Greral.-Areh. Roberton, E. r. Co. Serv. Lie4t..Colonels.-IrtOn Pit. Brim.; Cowell, Unrtt.; Sir G. Temiple, Bert., Ullatt.; R. Fraser, formerly of 83 F. aud Fort Maj. of Jersey. Captains.-Hendrv, late of R. M
AlRIVAL OF TIHE LORD) IilUTE;NA.NT. ills Excellencv tie Elarl of Claremlom, tlhm Coisntess of Clareniloim, failmily, aid mlite, arrived at Kingslowmn on Satmir- dav morning, at six o'clock, in thme Med/na stcalower, anmd in;mcdiately proceeded by a special traits to Dubilinm, and
Triana is still, for the reasons which we have already assigned, but little interest in the preparations for the elections in the sister island. In Ireland, however, the case is different, and the result of several approaching contests is looked forward to with something more th
Rittrarl) mrbicllw. No. 1GO. Tim DlIBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE. July. Dublin: James Mi Glashan. There is a deal of agreeable reading in the University for this moulth. The lovers of the supernatural will find plenty of food for the gratification of their taste in the opening pape ?
THE following is the important report of the Committee on the Belfast Port and Harbour Bill, which was read at the meeting of the Town Council, on Thursday last, and which we were unable to publish in Friday's paper:- s' The Council, at their meeting on the first of April last,
SUGGESTION- FOR RELIEF OF TIHE POOR. TO TIIE EDITOR OFI THE NEWS-LETTER, Sia-In the present period of calamity, which an allwisc Providence has seen fit to inflict upoll our landl-wvien fa- ineiC, witI all its attendant evils, stalks abroad, and spreads desolation in its track-I