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ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH OF FLAX IN IRELAND.

ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH OF FLAX IN IRELAND.

lROYAL SOc'iETrY FOR THE PROMOTION AND IMPROVrNEN"' (IF TIE GROWTH OF FL." IN IIIEIIAND. The monisthlv meeti ig of comnittee was lheld in the Con. iercial B tildtings, Bllltf, on 2.11h April. I'reselit:-Tlhc ICV 1. BIcI I1v ;, tihC chair, \V. G. A at rcws, 1tiO,1t. 11111, hnm IBo
07 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Almanack and Weather Cable.

Almanack and Weather Cable.

RImAnaach antb Matljtr lCauIt. WEEK(LY ALMANACK. MAY. Remarkablo Days, &c SUN. IHigh Water. M Y e ar l Da , . Rises. Sets. ilorn. ENTn. if. M. II.L.IA. M .l. M. Fnd. 7 Lord W. Ruserll mur. 1840. 4 17737 3 1I3 32 Sat. 8 G. M'Kenzie died 1691. 4 16 739 4 6 4 4 Sand. ;9Scconid Sunda
07 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

4?ljip odul. (Continued from fourth page.) BELFAST, May 10.-Wind, S. ; weather, mild. ARRIVED. May 7.-MWindsor st., Liverpool. 8.-Thetis It., Glasgow; Glow-Worm st., Ardrossan Princess Alice at., FIlectVood ; Sobraon, Hether- ington, Barbadoes: Juliet, Farrell. Now Orleans; Venic
11 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

fniptrial j3Ailiantrixt. HOUSE, OF LORDS. Thurrsday, A4pril 29. Their lordships met at the usual oour. THE PRESSURE ON THE MONEY MARKT.T. Lord B IROUGHIAM asked the Marquis of Lansdowne what course the government were about to take as to the pressure o11 the money market ? The Ma
04 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT.

PARLIAMENT.

ONx Mondav, in the House of Lords, all the clauses of the Irish Poor Relief Bill having gone through com- Inittee, the ?? anicndlcnclit of Lord Stanley, which proposed to make the occupying tenant charge- able with the whole of the rating under the bill, after the Ist January, 1
14 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Trade and Commerce.

Trade and Commerce.

iarndc awa Camnigug. REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THIE PAST WEEK. (From the M,1rh-lone Express of Mondruay, Allty Ib.) GRELT excitement has prevailed in tile Grain trade during the week, and at no former period of the like duration since harvest has so important a rise
14 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

filipcrial V7 arliallicilt. HOUSE OF LORDS. : The Townsslhend Pecrage Bill passed throglh coniouittec. Pull ei GRN AiV ttiC.s. The Earl of WINCIIILSEA rose to bring forwvrd the ino- tion of which lie had given notice, of the ?? of esla- blishing public granarics. Ilail tie goverl
21 May 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD CLONCURRY JOINING THE ASSOCIATION.

LORD CLONCURRY JOINING THE ASSOCIATION.

This noble and true Irishman says, in a letter addressed to Smith O Brien, in the Limerick Reporter of yesterday, " It was more from inutility than from any other feeling 1 never joined the association ; but if the voice of an old man, older than O'Connell, be of any use, I will
05 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of Mr. Maurice O'Connell, M.P. arrived too late for this post. It shall appear in our

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of Mr. Maurice O'Connell, M.P. arrived too late for this post. It shall appear in our

next. Other letters are held over.
05 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Whig Ttx following ptuin oocurred in Mord Morpeth's ipnch on tkt Edocttioo question, and modal of Whig Christianity, chiselled by

Whig Ttx following ptuin oocurred in Mord Morpeth's ipnch on tkt Edocttioo question, and modal of Whig Christianity, chiselled by

master-hand, wo think deserves nicho for itself " Considering the great variety .of disputes and discs*, sions that had snbsuted since the foundation of Christianity—whether of Arians and Athanasians, of Augustinians and Pelagians, Catholics and ProtestanU, Jesuit* and Jansenist
05 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland