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THOM,&% CKIFIRMS1E A-S to announce tbe arrival of his W I N T E RC 1.1 ASSORTMENT; consisting of Real Welsh and English FLANNELS in every Width and Substance; Manchester CORDS; MOLESXIINS, SATTEENS, JEANS; COUNTERPANES; Marseilles QUILTS, and Toilet COVERS-; Yorkshire and West of
23 September 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY ARMAGH ASSIZES.

COUNTY ARMAGH ASSIZES.

POUNTY ARMA0.1 ASS'ZES. WtbNESD.AY, MARCSI: 1 i._.Tis uy the follosvng Gen- tlemen were sworn and impannelgd before tie 'High Sheriff (E. Bacon, Esq.) and immediately afterwards proceeded to transact the Fiscal business of the County ?? Maxwell Close, Esq. Foreman; W:.-Blacker, C
17 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, MARCH 13._ F Little business was done at the Corn Exchange this morn- irjg. Prices stationary. AVERAGR PRICE 03 CORN IN ENGLAND AND WALES, 3N Tllt: WEEr ENDING MARCH 6. Imperial weekly tverage-;- Wheat,. 39s 10d; Barley, 3-2s Id; Oars, 22s 5d; Rye, 30s 4d;
17 March 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST FANCY BALL.

BELFAST FANCY BALL.

On Wednesday evening a splendid Bachellors' Ball was given in tihe Assemb4'-Rooms, Exchange Buildings. The preparations which had been made fur this splendid fete were on a scale of magnificence proportioned to the interest which it had excited amongst the lashionable classes of
8 October 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LO'NDON CORN-EXCHANGE, OCT. 4.-The supplies in tke market to-day are moderate, with a steady average trade. We find that in Wheat there is no altera- tion frorntheb-p'ices of this day week. Ili Barley, fori the best malting samples, Is. advance has been obtained; middling anid i
8 October 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOIREE IN DEOMORE.

SOIREE IN DEOMORE.

SO1I'IFI IN DREO RETUX Oil Wednesday the '23d ,lniimary, 1 ?? a largo numbuer of lie speaublte illiahitsntS of I troiloro nod i- viol, it', of f-lit'ierevt dellnonilit iolns, nw t- ill tho Refornii d P'reshyterjx I Aleetinz-ihouse, to testilf their rospect ?? esteeil t tlo ?? Rev
1 February 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, MARCH 28.

HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, MARCH 28.

HOUSE'07 LORfDS-MONDAY, MARCH 2&. Earl GREY stated, that previous to the reform lill ierng-preseiitedaiby Ministers, 476 petitions for reform had been presented, Una r448 since the Blil had been brought for- ward. The committal of the Subletting Act was postponed till after the h
1 April 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A U C T I 0 ix b-- SALES T7I1S DAIY. TO BE o§03) By PUBLIC 4TCTION' (For account of whom it mnay concern,) 6 N FRIDAY, the 11th inst. at TWELVE o'clock, 0) in the Stores of the Subscribers, 00 Bales of D U T C II F L A X, Damaged on board the Anga. C. DIUP 'FIR & l). GEO. C. HYND
14 September 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

rn- PEAT LOGS. re- Den, We take the following from one of the Newcastle- 3h. ?? newspapers, w hich conttino the proreedingS of al those sections that met on Sat luriay, the d'hy on which the re- British Association closed its meetings In GROt.OGICAT r.cS('iov, indg Doctor ADAMS,
14 September 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DOWN ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF DOWN ASSIZES.

CUULNF'( Ci1 D(IWxN ; W^'JV;.S COCiIII-'iJUONI.\S 1, IL UiJAr, Jl.LV 11. (St'r cool,'rl!wO /rom cu~: ~r hi(t ;rurrhcr.r) The casec agaijst tire Doylles fur thie inrrdr'r itf Willialli Walker, at D)rournrr, was again puetplnred t Cttl jitteince of tile Crov.uw, onl Accotu1t of tie
18 July 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland