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CONSISTORIAL COURT OF DOWN AND CONNOR.

CONSISTORIAL COURT OF DOWN AND CONNOR.

CONSISTORTkL COURT OF DOWN AND CONNOR,' .Anrreic Halti tci,J)rrornezelit; .Jane At" Cliez oil arcise llnnter,. ?? t; Mra. *lfry A ann Muareroft itterrvenieil. IN onr paper of Trcstay last wve publisherd a short paagrriphr, anniouncing the decision in this case, which was madle bl
14 September 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEARFUL DISTURBANCE IN GLASGOW.

FEARFUL DISTURBANCE IN GLASGOW.

FEARFUL DIST URBANCEF IN GLASGO)W. Fou. a considerable length of title past, a large body of opera- tives of Glasgow lbave been out of cinploymenit, aend in con- sequence thcy held several meetings to consider what NAas to be done to procure relief. At these meetings a good (deal
10 March 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPEN-AIR MEETING AND RIOT IN LONDON.

OPEN-AIR MEETING AND RIOT IN LONDON.

I OPEN-AIR MIEETING AND RIOT IN LONDON. Ox Monday last Charing Cross was tile sceno of riotous dis. turbaances, which, though they ncvelo assumed a very scrious aspect, were sufficiently disgracefill to thobe Who took part in thelc and iniolit have lcd to laineintable resil ts. F
10 March 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMIPERIA.-L PARLlAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. MI1XED SIARIIAGES IN IRELAND. In answer to a question put by Lord CAMPIsELL, The LORD ClIANCELLOR expressed a doubt whether the appeal cause relative to thle opinion of some of tbe Judges in Ireland, on the subject of narr
09 August 1842 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Trade and Commerce.

Trade and Commerce.

grace no (fantnterce. HIhVIEIV OF THE BRITISH CORN TaRADE. (Froer tihe Marc-laize Express of Monday, Jane 4.) THE weather has been very hot and forcing throughout the week, and the reports from the agricultural districts generally agree in stating that the growing crops have mate
08 June 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Ernopirial -parvilmont. HOUSE OF LORDS. 1 eloadoy, JlMy 18. CORN IMPORTATION BILL. Trhc Duiki ot WELLINGTON moved that this bill be 'ead a first time. Thl- Dulko of RlICHMNIOND said that ?? hn did not intend to go into the question of the repeal of tho eor'n laws on that occasion
22 May 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

IT is now universally agreed on n that no great charge te r tile better can take place in the condition of our unhapily and( a distracted country, until its whhole morall asect be altered and improved. Th lis can only hcffected, as far as a very large portion of our population i
02 November 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS—TUESDAY, AUG. 12.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS—TUESDAY, AUG. 12.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS-TUESDAY, AUG 122. At our Corn Exchange this-morning there was a fatir at- tendance of the trade, but the weather baving been fine *ro Sllnday, there was no briskness of demand for any ar- ewe-A few sales were made of prime fresh thrathed pu*- cc, of Irish *lheat
15 August 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ATMOSPHERIC LETTER CARRIER.

ATMOSPHERIC LETTER CARRIER.

ATMOSPH-TERIC LETTER CARRIER. The follhwitig letter on tile subject of his cuiious model of ;an Antmnspleric Letter-carrier, hoar been received by Mr. Reid, Irol Lrolss- Stteofly, of thbit BelflssT-Inti2t-rtionT. "2BeLfasi! 6th March, 1831. " DEaI Sllt-As you have been kind enoug
22 March 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURRAGH APRIL MEETING.

CURRAGH APRIL MEETING.

The annual meeting for the year commenced on Monday last, under very distinguished patronage. The rain came do~wqA in torrents during the running; notesvthstanditig, there was a large and fashionable party on the stand. The racing was of an indifferent kind, owing tosome walk ov
29 April 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland