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AN IRISH DESERTER.

AN IRISH DESERTER.

AN IBRISH DESERTER. DURLIN POLICEOFFICE.-On Tuesday week, Mr. Ti- mothy O'Flaherty, a Connaughtnian by birth, and a pig- jobber by profession, was brought 'before the Magistrates of the Head Polle..-office, in custody of three dragoons, charged, on strong suspicion,, of having ro
30 October 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT-MARTIAL ON CAPT. DICKENSON.

COURT-MARTIAL ON CAPT. DICKENSON.

The London Papers of Saturday are principally occupied with the speech of Captain Dickenson, of the Royal Navy, in defence of his conduct at the battle of Navarino. It con- tains a great deal of nautical technicalities, which would be uninteresting to the general reader, we ther
18 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIBELS ON THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

LIBELS ON THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

I _ r. - ,1I vn Vrnrlay the Grand Jury for the county of Middlesex r returned two true bills against Messrs. Marsden, Alexander, f and Nsaacton, charging them with the publication of libels i on the qpke qf Wellingtqn, in the jiora)n!g Jourpal nevws- paper. The first indictment,
18 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REV. HENRY COOKE.

REV. HENRY COOKE.

RE-V. TH1I'wtlY COOKE. -Extract ofi'a letter dated Jeffersor College, United States, l October 21 st, 'IS29.: "The BOard lif 'prustees JeffricsorI College, in tbe United States of America, *hivingbere assured from different cre- dible sources, niot 41ly of the exertions mrade by
11 December 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LETTER—LORD ELDON.

THE LETTER—LORD ELDON.

THE LETTER-LORD ELDON. As was had anticipated, the letter about which so much has been said by the liberal Press, and on which so many surmises injurious to the character of Lord El- don3 have been founded, turns out to have been afor- gery. The Courierj of Monday last states thi
14 August 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COOKSTOWN BRUNSWICK CLUB.

COOKSTOWN BRUNSWICK CLUB.

C{)OKSTOWN BRUNSWICK CLUB. Ilu oar fourth page, we have given at tolerably fill| detail of the procecdings at the formatioi of a lBruis. wick Cliii, ill Coolistow onil Mondly. Me'i k0low some- 'thing of the spiirit aid character of the inhabitants of that truly l'rotestant town,
28 November 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VACANT FELLOWSHIPS.

THE VACANT FELLOWSHIPS.

TH4E VACANT FELLOWSHIPS. Tire exaaluauistious for the purpose of filling, the 'two sapan Iies of Junior FAlbwswbips in 'our. University. commenced Ion Wednesday, and continued each day since, during the sisual hours, from eight to ten o'clock, A. x. and from two to four, P. ?? fo
16 June 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I a .4 HOUSE OF COMMON'S-MONDAY, MARCH 17. TYTHtE COMMUTATION ACT. al Mr. PEEL moved that the Committee on the Tithes - Commutation bill should be instructed to limit the duration to of agreements under it to 21 years. e- The House divided on this mootion-eyes SI-noes 29. IC VI.
25 March 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LECALE FARMING SOCIETY.

LECALE FARMING SOCIETY.

The annual ploughing match of the Lecale Farming 5oci?!y was held on 10th Feb. in a detached part of the &diegwk of James A. Auchinleck, Esq. of Ballyduggano.- Twyenty-our ploughs entered into competition for the prizes. The assemblage of the populace was considerable, and, al-
6 March 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DRUMBRIDGE GHOST—A BELFAST TALE OF THE 17TH CENTURY.

THE DRUMBRIDGE GHOST—A BELFAST TALE OF THE 17TH CENTURY.

THE DRUM'BR.IDG:E GHOST-A BELFAST TALE OF THE 17TH CENTURY. On the subject of apparitions Voltaire has remarked, that| when men either see tht'n, 6i 'imagine they do so, they have | need in the first instance of an honest man's advice, and inI the second,-of the advice ofa good p
20 November 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland