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FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

ACCIDENTS. On Sunday tle 30th ult. a most melancholy accident, fol- lowed by fatal consequences, befel Mr. Samuel Edgar, of Lisburn, near Saintfield, while returning from public woe'- ship, which he bad attended that day, with some of his fa- mily, on a car. We believe he had st
15 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PASSENGERS' REGULATION BILL.

PASSENGERS' REGULATION BILL.

MU.Abstract'ofthse bill now -going through the--House' of at to Commong, to regulate the carriage of~Passengers, froctes there United-Kingdom to Am ieria. te loul~d 1. That no ship shall sail from any port -of the 6Jnited Da`, Kingdom to NWorth America,; with more pagsoq&s on- b
8 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At thc )DOWNIfSHIR E ARMS, BANBRIDGE, on MOA's ?? 1lkc 2Sth doly of April instant, at the hour of OYE ?? in tbe Atlernoon, 11HAT vauhable FARM, in the ToWeLAND of IBALLYrMONEY, within One Mile of BAN- BRIDGE, as formerly in the possession of ALLAN BA
22 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREDERICK-ST. LANCASTERIAN SCHOOL.

FREDERICK-ST. LANCASTERIAN SCHOOL.

The annual meeting of the subscribers to this valuable and popular Institution wates held, pursuant to advertise- ment, on Thursday last, in the Committee Room of the establishment. -William Tennent, Esq. kindly consented to preside as Chairman. The report of the Committee was i
22 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST [ill] 3.

BELFAST [ill] 3.

BELFAST MARKET I AtICES-APRIL 3. V cwt of I12lb. 7 stone of ]61b. oaheal; 9 s. 2d,)IOs0d. Tallow, rongh 4, @0 0 While Wheatl 9 _ 0 ol V lb of 18o. Red ?? 10 3 - 0 0 Btterfresh 1 0 @ 1 2 Barley ...6 3.. 7 6 I lb of 16oz. Oats ?? . 5 0 -6 4 Tobacco, leafO 4' 0 8 Flaurlst ?? 19 0 0
4 April 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LONDON’ THEATRES.

LONDON’ THEATRES.

Amongtt the summer theatres Attley"s as usual, holds out all the oonderful attractions of hors# snd foot. The Sf>ectacit is eatremcly grand ; the racehorse sad steam-boat surpitsiug, and the hurseinanship the first order. The Surrey wo nope will also secure public patronage; the
18 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
*♦. SF.Pt!*ATE ItRErfKO CATIIOI.ICS. pursuant UequUi'ion, no* 7i»ron« and Callxdic* , .k place the Corn Kxchange, at three 'dock. The

*♦. SF.Pt!*ATE ItRErfKO CATIIOI.ICS. pursuant UequUi'ion, no* 7i»ron« and Callxdic* , .k place the Corn Kxchange, at three 'dock. The

'ihoMUM Ffraach toek the Chair- Dr. (yCoonel acted Saaretary* and read the Rccehniien. The Ho«* Gonnßa Ffrench entered into aP explanatieitijeoneeming hia letter reletiee Mr- Paly,ln Calwiy. Ueaere. O’Connell, and Conway, matual)« and ekpre«aed their aaliifaction at the glaan Mr
29 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
A POLICEMAN SHOT.

A POLICEMAN SHOT.

Ten persons have been cammi*fcd the custody qf the Ciovornor of the tonnly Galway prison thia day, for and maliciously firing at, ar.d killing, Andrew Kerr, Sub-Conatahle of Poli.-e, at place called Clanamadlia, while in the execution of his. duty. The Prisoner* were escorted in
29 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
lt)octn).

lt)octn).

The folio* ing beautiful little Pi*m U attributed to tfc4 late amiable and talented author of Father Clement" tM'« KeaaaoT.J We are penuaded that it will be read with the aanie interest as * The lofant’s Dream* which appeared in our las number : TO A DYING INFANT. Sleep, little
29 April 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL

PORTUGAL

Mr. BANKS moved an address his Majesty for a copy of the convention entered into with Portugal, relative the payment with Portugal part the British troops while remaining in that country. Also, lor return of every which may have been paid, oris due Great Britain, under such conv
7 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland