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_BIRTH On? the 2.;th

_BIRTH On? the 2.;th

__BI R TlLT On? the 2.;th inst. at Carriekfergus, thlo L.dy of Willian D)ivnan 1). Wil~ott. Iqq. of a son anwi heir. Onl the 23,1 inst. at Geraldine Cottagie, loomne. the lj udy of Rev. WiVn. loyes, Cmuate of mineat and Cranflield, of a daugh- oer. Olil thr 12th hmt,. at Flplin l
26 May 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC DINNER IN NEWRY, TO THOMAS O'HAGAN, ESQ.

PUBLIC DINNER IN NEWRY, TO THOMAS O'HAGAN, ESQ.

jT-j3,1j'I)INNER IN NEW\VRY, TO T1..IIOAS OllAGAN, ES(,. Tnis friends of Tlronras O Ill atn, Esq. ontortnined m, at a 1111blic tlinenr, on Wednesdlay lst, in Troa. ,s flool, Newvrv. Oil tI)O Oeccasion of his challfro of rIdCCO to l)nlin. Dellis Caulfield Brady, Esq. jr. ,nd late
6 November 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PAIRLEYI. N NE IlUNDRE) and FIFTY T 4 BFlrN Q B3ARIEY of prime quality, for SAT 1 JOHN H. 12 'NN DONEGALL.QiJAY. 5th NoV. vI10. (C42 ISAAC BTVT, JENQA. LJL.. ?? D1w101isa Villiveirsidy 39?tazmmine FOR NOVEMBER, PRICE 2s. (d. o oNTAINS:;-I. Charles OMaillev. tile Irish DIra. Cj ge
6 November 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FIRE EATERS!

THE FIRE EATERS!

TH1E FIRE EATERS! llY BElNSON E. HILL. Prblic attention has of late been orcupied by the aceounts of dhnels, FlIggesting to one's memory. the truismi that in nineltv-nine cases ont of a hunadtred, prompt and proper interference would prevent men, under a mititakent notion of woun
6 November 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

CHURCH INTEL;IGENCE. MUNIFICENT DONATION-')OWN AND CONNORCHURI A CCOMMODATION SocuEY. -_At the last meeting of eoi inittee, a benevolent individual, to whose co.operation t society has been much indebted, on the part of hims and others, made a proposal of plaeing at the disposal
4 December 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3.

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3.

|| BELFAST miRaKTrS -TIliRSDAr, DI-CBM13rR 3. V 1121b. V 12 dozen. Oatmeal '115 I 0 2 4 Dutch Pipes 1 0 0 ac Wheat MIV 11 6-13 0 p li oz. - Red II 0-13 0 Tobacco,leafO 6 @ O 7, Barley ?? 4-7 2- caneS 3-3 6 OatsPolan. 0 4.. 6 11 - plug 3 2 -3 5 Potato.. 6 8-6 7 4 - pty. 3 4 - 3 7
4 December 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE, IN DUBLIN

PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE, IN DUBLIN

PROGRESS TEMPERANCE, IN DUBLIN The cause is progressing with astonishing rapidity in Dublin. The number of members enrolled in the different societies cannot amount to less than fifteen thousand. Public houses are closing in every direction several are in state of transition, hav
7 March 1840 - Dublin Weekly Herald - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICK-OFFICK FINES.

POLICK-OFFICK FINES.

A sum of 807/. fid has been received for fines at College-stieet during the last twelve months. Out of this large amount only 61/ have been paid to the constabulary fund. The monthly receipts tor summonses, declarations. &c., during the same period, average ’2\l 6d. Ihe tines re
7 March 1840 - Dublin Weekly Herald - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 3075.—V01. XXyill.

No. 3075.—V01. XXyill.

No. 3075.— V01. XXyill. Will) SPLENDID ASSORTMENT! OLD ESTABLISHED Cblaaand Earthenware NO. 23, NORTH-STREET, NEWRY. JAMES SAVAGE, (Son and Successor to Anne Savage,) RESPECTFULLY begs leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and other Inhabitants of Newry and its Vicinity, that con
27 June 1840 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CHARLES CONNELLY

CHARLES CONNELLY

Hill-street, We wry. Manufacturer and Vender of Linens, Damasks, Napkins, Lawns, Sheetings, Towelling, Diapers, Drills, Dowlas, ASO OTHER ARTICLE IN THE LINEN TRADE. C CONNELLY return* hi* mo«t sincere thanks hi* Friend* and the Public, in general, for the kind and fUtterinc «up
27 June 1840 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland