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TRIUMPH OF TREASON—FALL OF THE PORTUGUESE CONSTITUTION.

TRIUMPH OF TREASON—FALL OF THE PORTUGUESE CONSTITUTION.

IUTRIUBIPH OF TREASON-FALL OF THE | PQRfTUGUEsE CONSTITUTION. Oparto has been taken by the army of Miguel, and the dispirited adherents of the Constitutioni have been dispersed. This is an event for which, we confess, we were not quite prepared, notwithstanding the despond- ing n
18 July 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE QUEEN OF SPAIN'S WEDDING DRESSES.

THE QUEEN OF SPAIN'S WEDDING DRESSES.

I The superb touslean, which has just been completed in Paris for the young Queen of Spain, excites so lively an In- terest and curiosity among the Parisian elegantes, that we are happy in being able to furnish our female readers with an ac- curate description of the principal a
22 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MY EARLY DAYS—BY W. FERGUSON.

MY EARLY DAYS—BY W. FERGUSON.

ME EARLY DAYS-BY W. FERGUSON. C The following is the conclusion of tile afl'cting ex- tract given in our last itumber. It explains the causes of Mr. Ferguson's delay:- q It was not uitil the next morning that we heard tho do- v tails of his jouiney. The following Is, as nearly Rs
18 January 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MOSSY STONE.

THE MOSSY STONE.

'THl E MOSSY STONE. BY ?? TA. (Fromt " Tic Aiwldet.') Teneblres doe la mrnrt, qus'etes voas do(r ?-lId lus; Ce Stuiel. HOAIRSE chatter'd thecioW 'id the boulghsoverlhead, Anil tbe owl from a timne.riindni towver Boided forth to my spirit its olens' of dread, Andt added fresh gloo
25 January 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

.MARKE TS. LONDON CORN-EXCHAANGE, JiNE i.-AltlioUgb' -our supplies of English- Wheat froan Essex, Kent, Wid'Staf- f.,lk, were rather small for this morning's market, still the' M~ealing Trade was 'tnmemely dull; but what few sales have been effected of fine Wheat were certainly a
5 June 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

TH2E: BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. FRIDAY-JUNE .5. THE AGITATOR AGAIN AT WORK. Mr. O'Connell has trafficked so long, and so success- fully, in his patent commodities of public agitation and public abuse, that it were worse than- foolish to expect that he could easily be induced to relinq
5 June 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION TO THE ENGLISH DISSENTERS.

ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION TO THE ENGLISH DISSENTERS.

2H'r BEYFA'ST NEWS-LETTaEjR. l UlSDAY-JANUARY !9. A)DDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION TO TIlE ENGLISTI DISSENTERS. - Iis eourtesies ale smoother wrongs, Pride branudishies the fovours he confers, Anrl euntinnelious his hurmianity What then his vengeance? NIGHT THOlUGlH'S. li som
29 January 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

IIA RRIED_' (o1 ldlt hist. Mr. DAVID WRIGHT to Mstrs. JlAse. SMVTiti, rit of tlil late Johu Srsyth, sehoolamuster. ?? the 2l last. its St. Alary's Churell, Dublin, Captain ,'ORTER, of P(tatffeltYI to Miss MORilROW, of Lower 1)vrlmlnsquay, Dabiln. ol 22d ist. Mr. TmomAs MOORE, of
29 January 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPLENDID FETE AT CABRA CASTLE, COUNTY CAVAN.

SPLENDID FETE AT CABRA CASTLE, COUNTY CAVAN.

On Thursday night the 10th Instant, an entertainment upon a magnificent scale wvas witnessed at the above man- sion, which, for taste and eleganee In arrangement, would vie 'with one of our most noted metropolitan as to design and execution. Arthur Cole Hamilton, of Beltrumn Cas
29 January 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE THREE ADVICES.

THE THREE ADVICES.

BY T. CROFTON CROKER. There once came, wbat of late so often happened in Ire- land, a bard year. When the crops failed, there was beg- gary and misfortune from one end of the island to the other. At that time a great many poor people had to quit the coun- try from want of employ
1 February 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland