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Literary Reviews.

Literary Reviews.

Littvarm 33ebidzu. No0. 1.-STATEIMENXT Or Rux;-c.o B3AOJEE, &C. Londonn Ti ils is n pamiphliiet containinog a statement dielivered liv (ile o. the agents ill Mighlant of his llighliiiess Piiltalib Sing, tile dl posedl and c.xilerl Raja of Sattaraa, tit a great meCt- itig ini the
12 January 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"I OWE YOU NOTHING, SIR."

"I OWE YOU NOTHING, SIR."

" I oNVE YOU NOTIIING, SIR." Tne recess was drawving to a close. The countess and lier dsnrishters had already left London. Thle earl remained at the~ castle, to give further directions about. tue estate, wvith no complanion hut his heir. Reliceting that much of Isis own time had
23 July 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCRAPS FROM "PUNCH'S" ALMANAC FOR 1848.

SCRAPS FROM "PUNCH'S" ALMANAC FOR 1848.

SCRAPS FROM " PUNCH'S" ALMANAC FOR 1848. The golden number for 1848 will be as usual-number one. HOW TO MAKH A MAN R ?? a public statlic to himn. TIHr SIIORTIST D.AY.-The clay before that on which you liave a biil becoming due, which vou are uiable to ineet. MA3iMS FOR LITlGANTS.
31 December 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

offricultor " kc. I 0 ? FARMING PE TS OFOR APRIL. FiNisa the sowing of oats after green crops as early in the month as possible. Sow only the earlier varieties, such as the potato, sandy, and Tartarian. BArLIBY.-Tiis crop shonl4.now be sown. It is, however, only adapted for sowin
02 April 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Trade and Commerce.

Trade and Commerce.

'gIrabcr aub1 90UU11rc. tlE u'EW OF THEI BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THlE PAST WVEEI(. (Frronm tire Marle-lane EJrpress of Mondazy, Dec. 20). Tuouecii the weather has not been so wet during this as the precedinig week, a good deal of rain has again fiallen, and the atmosphere has b
24 December 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL.

REPEAL.

REP'EAL. TiE lamp, or perhaps it Nvoiilil be more propsar to say the farthhig-caiidle, of Repeal, has given forth nearly its last tlicker, previlis to going out al toocther. What a paltry and impotent conelaisini this, to an agitation which bat three years ago sent its blazing to
29 January 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Table Talk.

Fashion and Table Talk.

9,10ioll aab El-able Call't. The ceremony of christening the infant danghiter of Lord and Ladv Charles Wellesley took place at twelve o'clock, on Monday; in thc private chapel in Brnchingliam-palace, in the prcscnce of the Queen and Prince Albert, the) D1Ue of Wel- lisgton, Lord
18 June 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

Zgriculturt, &C. I AY -IM AK I NG. rnossr who calculate scientifically on performing the opera- tion we are now considering, agree in the belief that the Most valuable hay is that produced from grasses mown be. gore their seeds are perfected. Taking all things into con- sideratio
18 June 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.—"DON'T EMBARRASS THE GOVERNMENT!"

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.—"DON'T EMBARRASS THE GOVERNMENT!"

THE CILTMBER OF COAIMERCE.-" DON'T ElMBARRASS TIHE GOVERNMENT!" Ouit report of the proceedings of the Belfast Chamber of Commnervc, on Saturday last, proves that an extra- ordinary chiange has come over the spirit of the dreams of these gentlemcn-or at least some of them-since th
16 February 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

TIHE GENERAL ASSEMIBLY. WE bring our reports of the proccedings of this body to a closc in our present slieet. Tb c Assembly ad- jomnedl yesterday afternoon, after one of the most pro- tracted sessions which hlsae occurred for mlan) years, to m-et again for special Inirposes, oil
16 July 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland