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OUTRAGES.

OUTRAGES.

* 1*Ii.AGES. Ahou t the middle ?? last a small row- boat, the.property of Mr. 2lo s'nalow, who resides neai.Cal- lov-hill, betweenv Ennisklllei and belitrbet, was carried off and sunk in a distant part of Louglh T~i~e, and on the 5th instant, eleven rieks of byi, bis iropertyE, w
20 October 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE COLONEL CAMERON.

THE LATE COLONEL CAMERON.

~~F - ?? _ _THE LAtE COLONiEL CAMERON-The ?? beautiful and affectingg inscription on the noliinent of Colonel Cameron, is from the pen of Sir Walter Scolt: "Sacred1 to the memory of Colonel John Cameron, eldest son of Sir Ewan Cameron, of Fassiferi, Bart. whose mor- tal remains,
7 April 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PEGGY THE FISHER.

PEGGY THE FISHER.

PEGGY7. : ?? -- F . 1.PEGG Y TH-E FISH-ER. IFrom Mt SI. ?? Shetche.s of 11iisk C^jacfer. ' 'I wish I could bring Peggy " bodily" before you, for she Is almost a non-descript. Her lihisey, -woblsey gown pinned -4p behind fully displayed her scalet petticoat, sky blue stock. ingo a
8 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

NotiC19 OF AN INTENDED APPLICATION TO: PARLIAMENT. xToTC8E' is hereby given, that ipplpcatioa -1.intend- ^ ed to be made to rorliament, itJ the ensuing Session,' lor a Bill to alter,. amend, explin, and.enlarge the powers jad provisions of an Act ofthe arlianieit of hreland, pass
24 November 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER.

TO THE . EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. ?? eighteen months ago I addressed to you a coimmnication containing a plan for procuring bouses and leheS for the Presbyterian Ministers of the Synod of Ulster. g ou were so good as to give to that communication the extesive circulation of you
8 December 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THIE ORTHODOX PiRESBYTERIAN WILLIAM 3'COIIMB- - GrS, leave to inform thh' Subscriberv to the above B iP-riodical, that owit-ng tofleh increasing demand for tihe .rt , nal.y 4000 C~pies 6. eq circrlated nenthly, a Sea o o2d . ;c f ,NTo. IZ is at Press, and will be ready frr .deniv
8 December 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRAUDS UNDER THE DISFRANCHISEMENT BILL.

FRAUDS UNDER THE DISFRANCHISEMENT BILL.

I .1 . 1 (Fromi the Warder.] We understand that the Popish Association has just dis- pi'itebed trusty agents to several parts of Ireland, for the ex- press purpose of training the freeholders how to evade the provisions of the disfratichisement bill lately passed. Two l-modes of
28 April 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER.

TO THE EDITOR. OF THE NEWS-LETTER. SIr.-Towards the conclusion of Synodical business at Lurgall, a memorial was presented from a few individuals of War rerpolit Congregation, who, adding to their list the names of some Methodists and Episcopalians, took to them- selves the name o
24 July 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEMALE FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

FEMALE FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

. (2rom La Belle Assemablee.) DistNa PALTY DaEss.-A dress of gros de Naples of a bright, rich red,. between the ruby and the -amaranth, trim-. med at the border of the skirt with pluche-de-soye, or with velvet, of a light and silky texture. The corsage is made plain to fit the s
4 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3.

BELFAST MARKETS, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3.

BELFAST MARKETS, TllURSflAy EVrNJNG, SEPTEMBEI 3' GRAIw-The accounts received generally agree in ?? that considerable damage has been sustained by tbe ?? crops from the late continued rains and high wind- butt1' weather since last Friday has been quite favourable for 1e1 vest ope
4 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland