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PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, &c.

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, &c.

P1UBILIC OCCUJI1RENCES, &c. DR. K E'EN AN ecr61(s Dn. Iil,AI;E.-The ?? ?? the 1tvs, .1 . S. Iivvnoll, P,. Pl of Ainualitoino, i; tile tIl- vest, of' D(Om(orC, aoll Dr. 3lak1, the nian Catlidic Ilishlop oi' that ilioc-se, which has occupied so tineh of' pulalie ietior, fi the last
9 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETING IN THE CORN-EXCHANGE, DUBLIN.

MEETING IN THE CORN-EXCHANGE, DUBLIN.

MEETING IN TIE CORN-EXCHANGE, DUBLIN. TVESDAY, APRIL 17. On Monday a meeting was held in the CorIr-Exch sngei for the purpose of taking into consideration some rneanB for forwarding tbe Registry throughout Ireland. The roitoo was crowded. At two o'elock Mr. O'Connell entered, nan
20 April 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BERMONDSEY MURDER.

THE BERMONDSEY MURDER.

TIIB BRIUMONDSEY MURDER. Is the Tiancs of Monday, we find the ?? on Saturrday night, it is stated, Mrs. Manming's attorney, Mr. Solomons, received an anonymonos letter, couched in the fol- lowiing terms:- "I beg to state that I think 1rs. Manning had a right to be tried by a jury
9 November 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

D IAl a N D S. | M TIE SUBSCRIBER respectfully calls itnion to a I few mnagidficent DIAMOND, EME 71, and ORI- ENTALBPEARLA UMLETS, received sou e darn since, vary- ing in price from 1615 to £350 each. Partieswishing to viethosereffiai ning unsold are requested( to call onl or bef
9 November 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Prices Current.

Belfast Prices Current.

3?rjfaot prices (Tarcut" THURSDAY, NOVEMtBER 8. G R A IN. IV]IRAT, I' clwt. a. (. White, .. 8 0 Red, ...7 0- Faouit, ~ c t Irish, super., 16 0 - Baker's 1st, 15 0 - 2nd, 14 0- 3rd, 13 0- 4tl, 9 0- 2 brl., 23 0 BRAn, .. 0- RYE, ?? - BUTTEn, p. owt. Shipping, ...75 0 @ Firkin, p. l
9 November 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

An Account, pursuant to the Act 8 and 9 Viet., Cap. 37, of the Amount of Bunk Notes authorised by Law to bo issued by the several Banks of Issue in Ireland, and the Averoge Amount of Baik Notes in Circulation, and of Coin held dur. ing the FouLr Weeks endiog Stturday, the 14th.
31 August 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

3ftEflailrnig. PLAINEST ROA D.-Choose ever the plainest road, it always answers best. For the same reason, choose ever to do and say what is the most just and the most direct. This conduct will save a thousand blushes and a thousand struggles, and vwill deliver you fromn those se
31 August 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

i7be 1ruhrtO E N GI LIS ii. LONDON CORN-iEXCAIANGE. MOsNDAY, SicrTJMrra 24.- The uppl ?? heatby sed~srrgo samuples this snorts- bigfro Esexwaseseilbu frm Kntgusil the whole wits elsrodupo th temsof hisdayso'sttglt. Theisolo for Mielit seesver liite atsotwee's rics. xcetin Poish O
28 September 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FIRST MOVE UNDER THE "GAGGING BILL."

THE FIRST MOVE UNDER THE "GAGGING BILL."

TILE FIRST MIOVE UNDER TILE "GAGGING BILLe" ARIEST AND CO'MMITTAL TO NE'VOGATE OF JOHN MITUIElL, ESQ. (Tr'oin th/e Freeman's Journal of yester'day.) Oxc Saturdav evening, a few minutes after six o'clock, as Mr. Mlitchel NAas sitting at dinner with his family, at his resi- dence,
16 May 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

daktebt o i tir.__ T~!C lFAMILY PICTURE.BIBLE. IIAIL to thee! thimeworn teacher, Friend of my childhood's days! Pow oft, by dear hands open'M, Thy page has met my gaze- when from his pastime turning, The boy, in ,Ihd surprise, Iila, seen before him burning 'l'e btize of eastern s
21 March 1848 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland