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BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE.

BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE.

12 October 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCTETV HAVING Established OFFICES in CORN. HILL. CRAIG’S COURT. Chann?.Cro»». Lon on. for ASSURANCES LIVES and SURVIVORSHIPS, TaWes.of

LIFE ASSURANCE SOCTETV HAVING Established OFFICES in CORN. HILL. CRAIG’S COURT. Chann?.Cro»». Lon on. for ASSURANCES LIVES and SURVIVORSHIPS, TaWes.of

Rates and other Particulars. may above Office*; A/essrs. JOHN SHAW $ CO. BICf.FAST; toy of the AGENTS for the SUN FIRE-OFFICE. (I
12 October 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
viivibi'R 1.838.] jlfrs. $ the Misses Houghton opened Establis'unent for fhe Instr'iclion of YOUNG I. F.B in polit* and Fduration.

viivibi'R 1.838.] jlfrs. $ the Misses Houghton opened Establis'unent for fhe Instr'iclion of YOUNG I. F.B in polit* and Fduration.

at 2. A RTHU R-PI-ACE. OKU will takr PUPILS on the following Term, nmrdand 'Tuition in English. Oeogra'Ay Gninenx Year, and Entrance, jilrovrmi/. and Globes, 1 Guinea n Quarter, En- trance „ _ , Writing and Arithmetic. 17». Quarter, Entrance, flench, a Quarter. I Guinea—Entrance
20 November 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, County, and the County Tipperary In of inquiries and excursions, I am ,h ' ; siv that the crop

, County, and the County Tipperary In of inquiries and excursions, I am ,h ' ; siv that the crop

oats has appeared P 'verv good, both ns to quantity and quality, ,0 perfectly safe ; the crop here and hiv -ho ' ,;tt,e in [ e , : ,be °^ P various, in warm nch lands, very good, in ‘"• lalinir- lands average' crop, in the poor or r nd, is very thin, but yet failure.— . Informed
20 November 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

SAMUEL ARCHER has made Arrangements to h» Mipplied with the Newest MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS; end hu receWed Awortment, which conteine. among other*, the following : F»re-thee-Wcll Answer Ditto—Beverien Air—Circ»»si»n Air—litrien Air—New Rondo—Siletimn Air—Lore her Polonaise Duett—Tw
20 November 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, the POLICE COMMITTEE, AN nctive intcllitiont MAN. in tlie capacity SUB-SURVEYOR, at a Salary of Guinea* per Also, f«'*

WANTED, the POLICE COMMITTEE, AN nctive intcllitiont MAN. in tlie capacity SUB-SURVEYOR, at a Salary of Guinea* per Also, f«'*

stout ahle-boditd MEN, »s SUPERNUMERARY WATCHMEN, who, if approtni of, and called upon, will paid at the rate of 9i P«r Week Personal application made Mr. OFFICE, SATURDAY the Notemher instant, ELEVEN o’clock. ( 217
20 November 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

From the extraordinary success which has attended the cultivation of sugar Geor'>i a> at . tempts are leaking to introduce the cane into South Carolina. . _
12 October 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM ANOTHER LETTER.

FROM ANOTHER LETTER.

Persons who gall themselves the friends M. de- Talleyrand, now .pretend that it was his intention to quarrel with the Court; that the offensive discourse which held in the hotel of the English Ambassador, respecting the Minister of the Police, was uttered for the purpose of obta
26 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UUM.KTIN Ot' UECEMBKIi. 13.

UUM.KTIN Ot' UECEMBKIi. 13.

•ft,,,. Bureaux were occupied with the examinatioa ->'f tiie Projet Law concerning the payment I the f,;ur nrst twelfths of the contribution* of I’*!,!*. Dec. is.—There h«» been violent hurricane all, i„i,t I’aria, has done considerablo damage. The Co.nn.iUee the Chamber of nrea
26 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

The Upholstery and Cabinet IVart-Rooms, No. 35, Stafford-street, (Exactly opposite Mary’s Church,) * IS now open for the purpose disposing of the entire Stock, (which is new and elegant) at very reduced Prices, for Ready Muncy. JAMES takes this opportunity of informing hi* Frien
28 December 1816 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland