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TO A DEPARTED CHILD.

TO A DEPARTED CHILD.

BY THE LATE M5 '-.JOHNTTEN, ?? 0F CONSTABLE'S THou art not in yon lovely star, The brightest of the sky, Whose lustre, beaming from afar, Hatb caught my moisten'd eye. Thou art not in the passing breeze That cools'my burning brow, Murmuring like Eausic through the trees, But wit
10 June 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS—DEC. 19.

IRISH STOCKS—DEC. 19.

Li-I -- : . -E - C. 7 I'llisi-I ST):,I_11C.19. fl- per Ct. Gov. Del\. P51 i3at Suck ?? 1 3 l per Ct. Gov. Stock !0 6) n C't. ?? (im.I 83 3L per Ct. do. (newv) 9f) 31 )e4 Ct. ditto . ENGLISH STOOKS-DECEMBEiR 17. 3 per Ct. Consols ?? - 13Bnk Stock ?? -I 3 per Ct. Reduced 9,3 A Inld
21 December 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DOWN ELECTION.

COUNTY OF DOWN ELECTION.

COUNTY OF DOWN E.LECrION. FRIDAY (FOURTH DAY)- Tile polling continued with. renewvd activity. At the close the numbers on the gross poll were- Lord A. Hill... .. ?? 1147 Lord Castlereagh ?? ?? . 873 AMr. Cawford ?? ?? 817 Majority for Lord Castlereagh 56 After the state of the po
17 May 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIMBER DUTIES.

TIMBER DUTIES.

TIMBER DUTJES. ; i The flolowniig is art extract from the Teport of the Nort'l American Colmlial Aeirciatioti, aftec to .at tst meeting lheld in London onl thle Will ins~t. o whlich, on actiount of its imporlance, We direct tile special itetio of or1 me chants- The dirnt qjrtcvti
29 January 1836 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

BUY A Baooe.-Maria Grey, aged 12, Esther Smith, aced 13, and Fanny Baker, aged 14, were brougbt before the Magistrates, charged ,with having assaulted a broom- girl. It appeared from the statement of an officer, that in passing along ,Moorfields he saw Fanny Baker and the broom-
3 August 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PLEDGES.

PLEDGES.

THE APFROACHING ELECTIONS.-REPRESENTATION OF BELFAST. TiE "note of prepfaration" has been already sounded, and throughout every part of the country the utmost exer- dons are "sbeing made," to use a modern cockneyism, ink order to meet the elections which must soon taken place un
24 August 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NAVY—THE ARMY.

THE NAVY—THE ARMY.

THE NAVY-THE ARMY. The extraordinary statement of the First Lord of the Ad- miralty in reply to the observationsof the Duke of Wellington on the 14th instant, with reference to our naval defences, compels us t~o lay before the public a s1eteli of the real strength of our marine,
7 September 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

wrnt B3ELFAST NEWS-LETTEi.i FRIDAY-AUGUST 19.' SECOND DEFEAT OF THE BELGIANS. 'WE publish this day a series of accounts from the Continent detailing the particulars of another defeat sustained by the Belgians, under circumstances which deepen the disgrace by which this race of he
19 August 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

_B I 1R T If1_ At Hillsborousgh, on thie 4th nast. the ldly of the Rev. Charles L.ett, of a Boll. Sept. 28, at Cavi, the wvife of Win. Alexasder Nobie, Esq, ofa son. .M A R R I E D At Btelfast, on the 20t0 Sept. tb1 thle Pev Fr. ('toke, Mr .10ho ti Tissas son, North-slreet, to lt
7 October 1836 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE [ill] GRAVE.

THE [ill] GRAVE.

T'ii1 MINs L i (lU.AVl. 'i'V~ith fisoert 3Al.,t 1 givav, as 1.Iv l PlIl.tO ye tlie %vu &, d id1 1l:L11t 18e lsc 'Io S11ii'J\t ?? his hist rcp.oe, lto :l le the t a) II Cll'vu his heal, 'I'D greatr ! thl;: f hln strllager s tread .Mtid let t be ,Utiilllt -1otbea:lm throw A snmilv
7 October 1836 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland