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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

-e - _BIRTH. Oiuthe 7th inst. at Armoy Rectory, eounty frf Antrim, the Lady of the Hon. and Rev Wm. S. Blackwood, of a son On the 9th inst. at Castleroe, the Lady of James Hann5. Esq. of a daughter. On the 10th inst. at Sheepbridge, near Newry, the Lady of John Gordon, Esq. of a
14 January 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LITTLE HAND.

THE LITTLE HAND.

13Y MRVS. SIGOUOlNRY. Tiou wvak'stmy baby boy, from sleep, And through its silken fringe Thine eye, likc violet, pure and deep, Gleams forth in azure tinge. With frolic smiles and gladness meek, Tby radinot brow is drewt While fondly to thy mother's cheek Thy little hand is pres
14 January 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

COItNEXCHANGE, Fitlnkx. JANUARY 10.-Thn. arrival of Wheat and Barley during the week has hbon only moderate, prices of each article remain without alteration, but the trsj5 has been generally very dai.- Foreign Wheat is held ficn r as the stocks in Germany are fast decreasing, t
14 January 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SLIGO MARKET PUKES.

SLIGO MARKET PUKES.

Werfc cnJing Jail. 10.—0»t« i>er »rcU of 2» »(oro from Jla.Oil >4«. Oil; llnrley from J2il- to i3n. I** .lone; Oatmeal 14». «ii to Ht. «tl pcrcwt* Jo. tatocs, from 7tl. »o 1 ill. |*r tteck. fiom *|J to:t<l (tor Il> i itoto SJ. 7d. t Muuon 3d. 7d., I>er lb. suoo ravjaa. aoavxvAX.
10 January 1840 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHIONVAND VARIBSTIES. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant entertained the fol. lowing noblemen and gentlemen at dinner on Saturday, January the ?? Lord Mayor, the Lord Chacellor, the Archbishop of Dublin, the Duke of Leinster, Earl of Carnwath, Earl of Arran, Earl of Miltown, Ea
13 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

The report of proceedings at an important meeting held yesterday, in the Commercial Buildings, on the sub- ject of railways,; will be found in our columns this day. Resolutions in accordance with those entered into in April last, at the meeting held in the Thatched House Tavern,
14 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
“That whilst the Corporations England and Scotland have been reformed, the more profligate corporations of Ireland continue still in all

“That whilst the Corporations England and Scotland have been reformed, the more profligate corporations of Ireland continue still in all

their previous depravity. The Orange party obstinately struggle to maintain as many of the existing abuses those bodies, and to create new ones they can. those inequalities and grievances exist, to the sore oppression and manifest degradation of the Irish people, the Legislative
11 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EELFAST. SATURDAY MORNING. JAN'. II

EELFAST. SATURDAY MORNING. JAN'. II

THE DOWN' ORANGEMEN. When Augustus Tomlinson, Bulwer’s accomplished swindler, could not plunder wholesale, he amused himself, in the interval, appropriating the pockethandkerchiefs and other small ware of his acquaintances. The Orangemen are much in the same unhappy position tha
11 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland