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ANTICIPATED WAR WITH FRANCE.

ANTICIPATED WAR WITH FRANCE.

ANTICIPATED WAR aIV[THI FRANCE;. Fon ase tinie past the French journalists on the one hand, and those of the British Metropolis on the other have been busily occupied in their fulininat ion of warlike threats againsi each other in the assumed capacities of reprosen. tatives of Fr
25 August 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—THURSDAY, JULY 30.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—THURSDAY, JULY 30.

IIOUTSE OF COMNIMONS-TnURUDAY, JULY 30. I AD.M5INISTRATION OF JUSTICE Lord J. RUSSELL said, he hall hoped to carry the Administration of Justice Bill into a law during the pre- sent session, but as the Right Hon. Gentleman (Sir B. Sugden) had expressed an intention of opposing it
4 August 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORROY CONGREGATION.

CORROY CONGREGATION.

Ct()ROY CONOREGATION. TO TLEE EDITOR OF THlE AE'1T.'SLETTEP. SIR-.Thirough the ?? of my friend, the Rev. Mr. Henry, I have been furnished with t 'o numbers of your paper. In one of these there i6 a report ol the Ito- monstrant Synod, in reference Io the case oF Al'. KVn.. uedy, f
18 August 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POE TRY. OUR life Is but a fleeting tbing, and time flies on space, And writes its envious wrinkles on cech yvung and Itvelyface; They now are old who once were yoiung, and sad who once were gay, The fairest, loveliest thing on earth llooms but to fade away. leainty is b
18 August 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, AUGUST 6.

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, AUGUST 6.

BELFAST MARKETS.-TuRSDAt, AuUusT 6. V 1121b. Oatmeal ...17s 0 d18 Wheatmeal 12 0 -14 Wheat Mi. 9 0 -11 - Red 9 0-11 Barley ?? 8 6 - 9 Oats,*plan. 9 6 -10 Potato .. 9 10 -10 Flour Ist 26 0- 0 2d ...24 0- 0 3d.. 22 0- _0 -4th 17 0- 0 Bran .. 7 6_ 0 Potatoes .. 2 0 - 3 Firhiu.Butt.9
7 August 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CASE OF THE REV MR. WHITESIDE, OF COLERAINE.

CASE OF THE REV MR. WHITESIDE, OF COLERAINE.

CASE OF THE REV AIR. WHITESIDE, OF COLERAINE. Tre Derry Journal of Tuesday last contains a lengthen- e ad report of thle investigation which was recently hold in Coleraine respecting the conduct o f Air Whiteside, one of the Presbyterian Ministers of that town. T he Pres- bytery
21 August 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

Parliament was prorogued on Tuesday evening I by her Majesty in a most gracious speech from the i throne. The document... which varies in no es- sential particular from the run of royal speeches contains the usual quantity of words, and less, we think, than the usual scarcity of
13 August 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL IMARKETS. ESO.T v -- In l- a n o e _ , . MONDAY, AUG. 10 -Our imports of graiar &c., since this day week, either of British or foreign produce, have been light. Duties have been paid upon 1,175 quarters of oats, 659 quarters of barley, 766 quarters of beans, 186 quarter
13 August 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW RIDING HOUSE AT WINDSOR.

THE NEW RIDING HOUSE AT WINDSOR.

ho ?? ?? __^A .. ., . .1 . ?? Her Masjesty and Prince' Albert have inspected the -worka now going on- at then nw, Riding.'houie and 'stalls, for' the erection -of Wehich parliament voted 70,0001.-.abokg a moiety of &e sum which will actually be required to corn- plt feuligcodnt
21 August 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VERY REV. THEOBALD MATHEW AT NAAS.

THE VERY REV. THEOBALD MATHEW AT NAAS.

itTHE VERY REV. TH JBBALD kiA w AT1 NAAS. The mighty Apostle of Temperance visited Naas o. Satur.l day, and experienced a reception worthy the great and bal- Et lowed object of bis divise "mission. The firat batch of el postulants tbhtbent-the kiseebefore the holyaltarof nationa
17 August 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland