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LONDON—MONDAY, DECEMBER 17.

LONDON—MONDAY, DECEMBER 17.

LOA~D O~V-2iOVD Y, DEC7M~iEI~17. SIlE GE' OFC TIHE_ CIT"ADEL OF ANTWERP. IATIT 05 Tu1 ' .E I Cl. ST. LAURENT. 3i1M1c1-1K:i, FRlIDAY, DBc. 14.-Duvingg the last two nlights the millers attached to thC scarp had succeeded in un- dermininig the wall and had made three edits. This mor
21 December 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

t3am 13'ELFAS'T 118wg-LETTER. TUESDAY-MAY; 17. POLITICAL SUMMARY. IN France an imbecile, we had almost said, an in- -fatuated Ministry are involuntarily swelling the current of republican disaffeetion. They lately instituted a se- ries of official prosecutions'against ?? and tith
17 May 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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DIN N IR To the Right Mon. Spring Rice. HE DINNER to this distinguished Irishman will take place on a day to be announced in a future notice. Those Gentlemen who wish to attv'& will please sign tbe paper lying in the News Room, that the precise number of the company may be ascert
17 May 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESERTION—A MOTHER'S ATTACHMENT!

DESERTION—A MOTHER'S ATTACHMENT!

iDESERTION-A MOTHER'S ATTACHMENT ! MAIYLEaoNE, L6Dos?._-.Sat11rday Mary 1o/lay, a young Irishswomon; whosetcousftenancee possessed; even amidst the ravages of famine, traits'ofconsideriable interest, 'was brought before Mr Hoskins, charged vvith' an attiemt to dlesert an in- fant
17 May 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

1 | ?? April s5...MtvicITY, (st ), Irice, G;HM,101T ?? li.,pidi, (Mt) IiRvstwlt (i li~sgoW, I 50 ?? fll., .tn rrel, I t nil1 rot, Do le-, gettrt 1cargts ('tc|riail' (.Sl ), jokyan, Liverposol* N nay ?? 1v, ot nitSo, (I arsgow, pig irolt .Ie'ftrilr, tionoprot, L.are, titter .5 co
03 May 1836 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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AC3ME OF FASHION. U-IfL1.W9A3ZV1rC110TSD4L, ! 1r 4, ('54 1 luapside, London, and ('arnie'sPerit Ft B raeordiiiaryi to ?? fte Mljesty George the Fourth; 1j pi'aor qt~f the Art qf Hair- Catling andl ?? - ,fflill AP Ap , 4iETt BELFA ST, X0, 8,, t p jctrli ac(tinlints his Friends alm
03 May 1836 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3.

LONDON—FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3.

LONNbO-NFRTDAY, DECEMBER :. LAW REFORM. In. the; ll1ousei of Lords, on Thursday, Baron Brouigham .brought forward his measure for the better administration of justice, in- a speech of siiigular elo- quence and ability. ?? the substitution of Local Courts bor those of Westminster-
07 December 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEMALE FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER.

FEMALE FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER.

FEMALE FASHIONS FOR DECEMBE-R. EV INsG DRESS.-A drcss of plain velvet; tbe lcolour aI dark shade of violet; the corsage cut very low, and arranged round the upper part of tbe bust, before and behind, in dra- pery folds, the lower part sits close-to the sbape. Short full sleeves,
07 December 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STOLEN SHEEP.

THE STOLEN SHEEP.

THE STOLEN SHMEEP. Tan pressure of political matters has prevented us for \\\W~some days from noticing the last part of the -Repblic of w jtt;ers-an invaluable little publication; to which wve have ,L@k~n hid to acknowledge our obligations. :iIt is replete interesting articles, a
25 May 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, DEC. 22.—ON Friday the Wheat trade experienced a reduction of 4s. per quar

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, DEC. 22.—ON Friday the Wheat trade experienced a reduction of 4s. per quar

LONDON CO N-EXCIrANGE, Drc. 22.-On Fri. dar the Whlea t. fl-ic rnranw ?? ?? (day the Wheat trade experienced a reduction of 1s. per quar. ter, and this morning, having no country buyers at market, with a large arrival of Foreign Wheat, the Mealing trade was exceedingly lull, and
26 December 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland