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Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

Izhctrb tloctru. SONN:ET TO WOMAN. BRIGwHT stars of earth! not ye, fast fading flowers, That bloom a while, then vanish in decay; But ye, fair beauties, form'd in love's fond bo'vers, Who give to man what sunbeams givc to day. What were this world were woman's smiles away ? An ar
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varicties.

Fashion and Varicties.

;ffa1biof anb Yarictirz. TIHE COURT. WINDssOR, 11EC. 24.-The Qnrcn and Prince Alhert toob their ?? walk. 11crSerene HighnesstheI)nehicse of Saxe-NWeiinnr, with the l'rincess Anne end Amelie ofSnxe. WVeimar, nnd their Serene Hlighnesss thie Princes Edward and GustavIs of Saxe-Weim
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

joveign hltdItcllnce. it OM ' E. A MAEwILLt.cS journal states, on thc authority, of a letter fromt Civita Vecchia, of the 15th, that the Pipe is to return to Rome onl the 2nd of the next month, and titat sills all- nouncitig this have been posted on tho walls of Rome. FRANCE. A T
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

P I AT E. rIlIE SUB3SCRIBER begs to aronitrpe he arrival, this T day, from Loridln, of a CASE ofISTE ilING SILVER TEA anid COFFEE SERVICE S tihe Iess1rrIf which arc perfectly neew, and have never been suirni l to thc Belfast Public. / SILYERS.MIril, WAICilIMAKIE, & JE\VELLEEI. 15
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARE THE COLONIES TO BE ABANDONED?

ARE THE COLONIES TO BE ABANDONED?

ARE TIHE COLONIES TO BE ABANDONED? MR. CoB DCN, who is ill chase of a flew i(dea lto sustnit his ?? reputation as a statesman, tells us that our magnificent colonies must be sevcred from tile parent state, as useless anm expocnsive inculillaralices, and nests of nepotism and corr
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Prices Current.

Belfast Prices Current.

3i3ifie t Vricm ?? THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. GRAIN. WIMEXT, ~t cw't S. d. S. White, ?? 10 @ S Red, ...68 8-7 FI oun, p cwt. 11.ish, super., 16 0 - 0 Baker's let, 14 6 - 0 2nd, 13 0-0 3rd, 12 0 - 0 4th, 8 .3-0 Amer., L brl 23 6 -25 It .a, ?? 0 - O Rn:, ...0 0 0 BUTTE'R, p. cwt. Shjpp
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

?Sbip f1tws. BELFAsT, DEC. 27.-Wind, N.W.-Weather, Rainy. ARRIVED. DneEiEMOER 2i.-Camilla, st., Glasgow; Fire-Fly, st., Ar- drossan; Prince of Wales, st., Fleetwood; Royal William, st., Dublin; Albion, st., Stranrner; Aunsboro', Mlaxwell, Riga; Amazon, Mever, Meemel; Ann, Richard
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MOVEMENT—WHAT IS THE NORTH DOING?

THE MOVEMENT—WHAT IS THE NORTH DOING?

TIHE MOVEMENT-MIIAT IS THE NORTIT- DOING? TIIERP is a general expectatini that Ulster will take a very prominent part in the approaelhing str1ggle for tie restoration of an equitable system of Protection. From all parts of the empire, the eyes of the working Proteetionists are tu
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

3fjc flarlhtz. E N G L I S If. LONDON CORIN-EXGC[LINGC, MoxrrAv, DicrnMOBR 24. -Th1e supplies of English Whreat this miornring, was sirall, arid clealed by the niillor~ at tire extronre rates of this day week:- Wheat (E"Ssex, Kent, arid Suffolkc), white, 42s Od to 45~s Od per- qr
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Markets.

Belfast Markets.

?? ?fffilrf,'Ct5. TIuILsDAY, DEC. 2'.-The weather since our last report bas bcea fine, and farniers are now getting on with their labour, whicih has been vely much behind. Our supplies at market, duriing the Christmas holidays, have been small, but prices are ?? any alteration. T
28 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland