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TUESDAY—JUNE 10.

TUESDAY—JUNE 10.

THE' BELFAST NEEWS-LETTER. TUESDAY-JUNE 10. it There is little in our Parliamentary or foreign news, it which requires animadversion. In our last number we re gave the substance of all that was interesting in the ex- s planatory speech of Mr. Huskisson, and we deem it I quite unn
10 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—JUNE 9.

BELFAST MARKETS—JUNE 9.

* BELFAST EMAaK&TS-Jjj E 9, AND l - - -I- - I ?? ls nQ changelI ?? Whent II, a Jli. 6d.; White lis. 6d. a 12g.; Oafte61 a%; 7 OQ meal lOs. a lOs. 9d. per cwt. BUTTEr 9d. per lb. BARM!LA 22B. per cwt. for Alicante. TALLOW 409. per cwt. There has been so little change latterly In p
10 June 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“PAHIS, JCNE S. “ W'e •nj the (»ll(>wiu£ Article in

“PAHIS, JCNE S. “ W'e •nj the (»ll(>wiu£ Article in

S. W'e •nj the (»ll(>wiu£ Article in cur*run • We have received the following new* •mm Tuiin : _ Nothing hits been talked here <Uys past; but treaty ot' and di alliance eoti bur Court and bis Majesty (he Kmperor of Austria.— virtue this Ireaty, the forts of Aleitanilr’a ami lirai
10 June 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
•hew of

•hew of

•hew John this week sonmenl <uh and disardc JMlinPup,
10 June 1828 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO GOVERNORS HOSPITALS, DISPENSARIES, AND HEADS FAMILIES FINCHAM'S CHLORIDE OF LIME AND SODA These Liquids, introduced as medical agents the

TO GOVERNORS HOSPITALS, DISPENSARIES, AND HEADS FAMILIES FINCHAM'S CHLORIDE OF LIME AND SODA These Liquids, introduced as medical agents the

celebrated Chemist, LABARRAQUE, have been repeatedly tried in the French Hospitals—their efficacy confirmed several Practitioners on the Continent, and recommended Doctor HASSELL, his Address to Sir JAMES for the use of the British Army, as the most powerful antiseptics and dest
11 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. have tended, the term*. t the Resolution ol the cl Lord MANNERS spoke from the cross

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. have tended, the term*. t the Resolution ol the cl Lord MANNERS spoke from the cross

bench, and , ..nstitut.on «itl, re-,,,. « l> lo ind,w,..,., , Common* to " stability to the Protestant L-tabhsh- uw tone voice, that «e could not any of I ar,lament when the, ad-mod the miserable |.. .mm (Hear, hear.) Then besides, when a party was in observations. We understood
13 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/■vfr Horton), who w»t such an advocate for etm- otl<W“ n^- work which had been lately publithed, called, int' t0

/■vfr Horton), who w»t such an advocate for etm- otl<W“ n^- work which had been lately publithed, called, int' t0

, „/■ t/ie Poor Colloniet in Holland.—-In this were jt 'h/meajures laketi the Dutch Covenunaot ,,in . .iuur and unemployed at 01l the State* Into separate employment ,r then them; and they were V idle and unproductive das* th* People, an “'•‘‘'ml industrious population. Uinta mi
10 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PENSION TO MR. CANNING’S FAMILY. Tt- Duke WELLINGTON moved, that the Houie „l into Committee, on the Act f*r enabling

PENSION TO MR. CANNING’S FAMILY. Tt- Duke WELLINGTON moved, that the Houie „l into Committee, on the Act f*r enabling

hit to gtinl a Pension to the Family the late Mr. Canning. . * The Earl GROSVENOII made some obaervaUoct on •ha Bill, but eveotßally consented to it, Lard REDESDALE supported the Bill; he considered it g, tel justice to th» fcmily of Mr. Canning, who had given all hia prospects
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the purpoM if h* h»J with the rt’oßion to deluded from *l. powsr, t'nt I. -vu eonirr- Mahomet, were notaccordinj

the purpoM if h* h»J with the rt’oßion to deluded from *l. powsr, t'nt I. -vu eonirr- Mahomet, were notaccordinj

to tilt pure doctnne. of pr.eiple. the Conatitutlon gran, then, .nv , the religion of Cunttt. H. did. in hi. cor«def.«, bel.ere 1793 eonceaa.on..were made. Catholic wore ,! W t, that the zealou. attempt, well-meaning per»n* WdfaMU Member, Parliament. (He.) After , , natethe prin
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On the 10th inttant, in Carlow Church, by the Reverend I jthutn Coddington, Hoetor of Timolin, Benedict Arthure Yates, Ecq., Moon, County Kildare, and North Great GeorgeVstrect, Publin, to Susanna Maris, only daughter of the Rev. Doctor Stone, Carlow. DIED. June 6th, in Merrion-
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland