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THE PITT CLUB.

THE PITT CLUB.

On Wednesday, at the City of Londoe Tavern, was cele- brated the Anniversary of the birth of the late Right Ron. William Pitt. About 300 Noblemeu, and Gentlemen, C. Metmbers of the Pitt Club, dined together, and so highly dis- rt tinguished a company bas, perhaps, never been ass
3 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL EXPLANATIONS.

MINISTERIAL EXPLANATIONS.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. ?FRIDAY-JUNE 6. ?? another column will be found a considerable part I of Mr.-Huskisson's exculpatory speech delivered in the i Lower House on Monday night, and which we have given from a second edition of the Sun of that cvening. a Yesterday, by the Hibe
6 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL DIFFERENCES.

MINISTERIAL DIFFERENCES.

The following is Cobhett's account of the causes which leed to the secession of Mr. HuLIsk-ijson and suite, from the W~ellington administration. It contains Mouch that is severe, more that is chiaracteristically ahbuive, and perhaps after all, a cousiderable quantity of good tru
6 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY,

TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY,

CHEESE LADIES— Now exhibiting in the Ror.L Ascadi, TWO CHINESE LADIES, the only Female Natives of the Chinese Empire ever seen in Europe. These mo*t interesting and elegant objects of public curiosity are natives of the City of Congsee-Lang-Ziq- Foo, in the Province of Quangtong
5 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Jvvb 5.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Jvvb 5.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Jvvb 5. The fsllcry was crowd ihis day at an unosually ear )' hour, in cnn'equence of the eipectat.on which prevailed that some discussion would lake place on the late Ministerial rupture, A similar anxiety appeared prevail in the body the House, as all the seal
5 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TOES WAY, JUNE g, 1888.

TOES WAY, JUNE g, 1888.

the patronage the most rev. DH. MURRAY, FEIXAIGLIAS-BOAUDIMG and DAY SCHOOL OXT-H0 USE, CL OXTAH F, Thojiasß. M‘Sueax, Fkikcipal. PARENTS, Gardians and all respectable indivlduals feeling an interest in the subject of Education, arc solicited to visit this Establishment. The Pro
3 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STRABANE FEVER HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY. T MW. ..gTil Id- of Mattagt -aA- for the above Institutions, held this day, it

STRABANE FEVER HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY. T MW. ..gTil Id- of Mattagt -aA- for the above Institutions, held this day, it

was Resolved—That Surgeon G. H. Hogan’s resignation has oecn received with the regret, and the Committee beg leave to return him their sincere thanks, and to assure him of their very great satisfaction with the manner in which he has discharged the arduous duties of his Office a
3 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BUILDEuS.

TO BUILDEuS.

BUILDEuS. In vots. B>o. with Portrait, Plates, Plans, Map, Sec. price £1 11s 6d, hoards, A PILGRIMAGE in EUROPE and NORTH AMERICA: leading to the DISCOVERY of the SOURCES of the BLOODY RIVER and the MISSISSIPPI, J. C. Bei.TKA.Mi, Esq. late Judge of a Royal Court the Ex-Kingdom of
3 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the best discipline a man should undergo, for the purpose of qualifying himself for an office connected with trade and

the best discipline a man should undergo, for the purpose of qualifying himself for an office connected with trade and

commerce. This is idle objection. If the greater miracle wrought, we do not see any reason doubt the feasibility of the lessor. People who swallow camel with ease» will strain at a gnat. For our own parts have redeeming faith in the ability of Mr. Courtney—being seriously of opi
3 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE,

THE IRISH WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE,

No. 11, Shop-street, NEAR THE CORNER OF.DTER-STREET, MICHAEL'LEVINS, TAXES leave to announce the Arrival of ao Assortment of BLACK, BLUE, and MEDLE\ CLOTHS, the Manufacture of this Country, equal, if not superior, to the productions of England, at similar prices. Gentlemen wishi
7 June 1828 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland