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THE BELFAST REGISTRY

THE BELFAST REGISTRY

The Registry Sessions commenced yesterday, and, ventured to predict, our friends have secured a decided victory. But, much more might have been effected, and we trust this day will greatly increase the amount of our majority. The following are the numbers registered yesterday :
8 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Flmmels, &«*. &e. THE SUBSCRIBER has this dav received a Hale of GERMAN FLANNELS, in ‘.Mths, 8-4 th.«, (5-4ths, and

Flmmels, &«*. &e. THE SUBSCRIBER has this dav received a Hale of GERMAN FLANNELS, in ‘.Mths, 8-4 th.«, (5-4ths, and

4-4ths, of very Superior Quality, preferable any other make in use for ashing, which can confidently recommend to Purchasers. He has also received Prime Assortment of WATERPROOF CLOTHS, in Fahionahle Shades; together with immense Stock on hand of Bcl Quality Meet of England SUPE
8 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLAND

ENGLAND

London —Newton and Co., Warwick-sqtiare, Newgate-street; H- Barker, Fleet-street Clarke and Lewis. Crown-court, Threadneedle-street; George Revnell, Chancery-lane; Woodward and Castles. 7, Head, Newgate-street; R. Shinkwin. Irish Newspaper Office, 21, Little Queen-street, Westmi
8 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Dublin nod KlngatOwafUllroad.. Hlbtrsltaßuk Royal Bank City or Publics Steam Company.. Ditto of lto6 Steam Ship Building Company.... British and

Dublin nod KlngatOwafUllroad.. Hlbtrsltaßuk Royal Bank City or Publics Steam Company.. Ditto of lto6 Steam Ship Building Company.... British and

Irish Steam Company. Provincial Bank.. National Insurance Patriotic Mining Company of Ireland.... . Railroad Kilkenny Railroad.. Ulster Railway United General Gas Company.... 90 0 0 25 0 0 0 >5O 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 10 0 0 0 46 0 0 PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS. MONO. TUErt. WIDW
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

There la a truthful and simple earnestness, an unaffected love of nature, unequivocally displayed in Miss Ellen Tree's acting. her beyond the reach rivalry In the more serious walks of drains. i»he wins upon the feelings magic, which Hie more potent from the care with which Its
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONMOUTH SPECIAL COMMISSION.

MONMOUTH SPECIAL COMMISSION.

MONMOUTH. SATURDAY The case for the ptou'eution has closed this day, and Monday the defence will begin. It is doubtful whether any witnesses will called, hut the trial will certainly not conclude till Tuesday. Sir F. Pollock, it is understood, will not remain alter Frost's trial
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COMMISSION,

THE COMMISSION,

The Commission of Oyer and Terminer and general gaol delivery was opened yesterday in Green-street, by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and the Hon. Judges Burton and Crampton. The following list of the respective Grand Juries:— CITT GBAMD JVBT—Despard Taylor, Esq., Foreman J Jose
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS,

BANKRUPTS,

Rtreben Abraham Fisher, of Youghai, the countv Cork, merchant, miller, baker, tobacconist, dealer and surrender Saturday, the day January Im-tant, and Tuesday. the 18th day February next. William Jackson. of Mills, the county of Cork, her, dealer and chapman, to surrender Saturd
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ml F.l ING AT TIIK FXCIIANGK, Tlia liiljnurne.) Mr. b'Conaell’i Con(titurnU wa* held Saturday, to recrire fro tlie C.iiimiilte* the

Ml F.l ING AT TIIK FXCIIANGK, Tlia liiljnurne.) Mr. b'Conaell’i Con(titurnU wa* held Saturday, to recrire fro tlie C.iiimiilte* the

drain of the Addreaa to the Queen and Petition Parliament, which were aujr({r»ted Mr. O'UoDnoil Thura lav last. At three o’clock Mr. J. J. Murphy was called to the clmip. Mr. O’Connell rose and said—Sir, I have got the draft of the Address to the Queen, which, beg observe, princ
8 January 1840 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
hlcsomo, expensive, and vexatimis in Ireland, than in any other part your Majesty's dominions ; in short, aro prevented from

hlcsomo, expensive, and vexatimis in Ireland, than in any other part your Majesty's dominions ; in short, aro prevented from

into one nation by the gross Injustice intlictod upon Ireland. ** refrain from harrowing the humane feelings of Majesty any further details'—we have said enough to bespeak your sympathy, to excite your regret for the past, and ensure your Royal support and countenance for the fu
8 January 1840 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland