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Advertisements & Notices

(1 THIS SPLENDID Ex ?? o f PaintInLgVs4 T lE FINEST THAT HAS EVEn APPEARlED t T COUNTRY, Will shortly Close. Admittance, Is. ; Children half-price. J. . L.I D1U M A\ION 1,1\. Honorary Secretary. Belfast Museum. (759 nFM O7VAL. M ONS. BADIER (Head Master of the French M School in
18 November 1842 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BOROUGH OF BELFASTe THE COMA1ISSLONERS OF POLICE. ' [HE several persons who are now by Law entitled in any capacity to act as Commissioners of Police for the Town of Belfast, are hereby required to attend a MEETING of the said Commissioners, to be held at the TOWN HALL, in the PO
17 January 1843 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, ACCIDENTS, &c.

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, ACCIDENTS, &c.

PROCaESS O0 TvInruHA'ANCE.-Thc first anniversary festival of the flolywood Total A.hstiuience Society was celebrated on ''diesday evening, 3d inst. Between three and four hundred persons having partaken of' the " cup that cheers, but inebriates not," it was moved by Robert B13ac
17 January 1843 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GOVERNMENT COERCION BILL.—LORD SIDMOUTH'S ADMINISTRATION.

THE GOVERNMENT COERCION BILL.—LORD SIDMOUTH'S ADMINISTRATION.

TIHE GOVERNMENT COERCION NI [.M-LORD SIDMOUTIF'IS AD)MINISTRATION. TO 't'll EDI'OR 011 Trim BLLl.FAST NEWS-lET'ER. Sit,-I havc glanced over the government ?? Coercion Measure," as it is called. I have, also, hastily looked at the sliscussion oil tte subjct, in tile llous of Cornm
7 December 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AFFAIR OF HONOUR.

AFFAIR OF HONOUR.

To render the incident which we are about relating intelli- gent to our fair readers, to whom such matters are of very deep interest, we must allude to a rumour lately circulated through the citv-to the effect, that a gallant officer of a regiment stationed in this garrison ktth
7 December 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
State of the Country.

State of the Country.

Otate of tl)t Country. ATTEMPT TO AssAsSCNATI J. W. JOHNSTON, ESQ., J.P. IVr-lltILL, COUNTY MJONAGHAN.-Tlle subjoined are tile particulars, as supplied to us by a correspotdent in whlom we can place the utmost reliance, of a most cowardly attempt, made a few days since, il the co
7 December 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

Effrictiltilre, &-c. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY OF IRELAND. TnE first monthly meeting of the council, pursuant to the new regulation, %hich requires that the committee of ma- nagement should meet every week to report to the council meeting on the first Thursday of eve
7 December 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

C?Qcirctrz; vortry. GO FORITH INTO TIHE COUNTRY. Bly TlE T.ATE 'IRS. JAMES GRAY. ;o fThrtl! bite tile country, Froi a,, orld of care and guile; Go firth to the untainted air, Anid the suishine's open snmile. It shall clear thy clouded brow- It shall loose the worldly coil That bi
4 April 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SONG OF THE RAIL.

SONG OF THE RAIL.

Iuiiie-liose, wOw, wNow,. IN davs of vore, to make a tour, ve jumped into the mnil, siir, 13it nowV, to get alonig ill style therc's notliig like the rail, sir IFrom I ivecrpool to ltali, ighlrm we nused to go in olow lime, iX bite now-ar-dayshowv Q1iriogeri thle case l- we seem
4 April 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. GREGG'S QUARREL WITH MR. MAGUIRE.

MR. GREGG'S QUARREL WITH MR. MAGUIRE.

MR. GREGG'S QUARREL WITH MNAR. )MAGUIRE. IMTr. Gregg has published a long reply to the 1 tter of Mr. Alacuire, which appeared in a late number. The following are the most important portions of it, which we give, that our readers may have an oppor- tunity ofju'lging between the pa
2 October 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland