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LETTER FROM JOHN CORDERY.

LETTER FROM JOHN CORDERY.

L'ETT'E'lR FROlM .JOIHN CORIDERY.. Ti-ansetipt of' : letter' ?? ?? CuORier, .JhIIO Cordeiry, to a private soldier of the li;th IRegitelint, copied eerba- Car'ichlftigus Garl, 4th May, 18414. MY DEAR 1FUIESDi-I teC(5iV(' vour ktitd letter-, wiich gave ine inuch pleasure to bear yo
10 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TIHE ARMY. WAR-OFFICi. JANUARY 19. 2 i I ife 0 iiards I Mls-t W mely, to be Corliet an Sub-TLieut by pU1, vice Viscount ?? retires. 1st Dragoon Guarids-Lieut-Col It A ilanilcey, trom haif-pay linattached, to be Lieut-Col, vice Brevet Colonel I-Ion G Cathleiirt, exchlilges ; Corn
26 January 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
London Markets.

London Markets.

L1011,0011 Martleto. (OlhN-EXCIIANGC , I'MONDAV. JAN. 22-Tho arrivals of Euglish Wheat are moderate, an(d the condition of the greater part bad ; good poreles sold reodily nt folly the prices of this d,y week; other deieriptions went off slowvly. Foreigil Wheat lcets un increasel
26 January 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

?? I- ?? ?? - -- ?? .? ?? DIREC'1TIONS FOR THE PROPER AIANAGE- IME'NT OF TllE FLAX CROP. Compiled by thic Committee of tihe Sovietiyfor the Promotion and Improvement qf the Growth qf 1l"ax in Ireland. Tlie following directions har o been carefully arranged fromn the mass of infor
12 April 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

DEPARTURE OF THE 66Tfi RECItENNT. A highly respectable correspondent, wholly unconneet. ed with the above gallant regiment, has communicated the following, which we readily insert:- In contemplating the departure of the 60th from this town, it is peculiarly gratifying to be warr
13 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

i%T41W 1 T [IE SUBSCRIBER is this ?? Landing tif cargo 1 of the lapid, direet from the Fishieries, Oosist- ing of 250 BARRELS PRIME NETE IfERUTNGR; Which, with his usual supply of BACON. IIAIMS, CHEESE, BUTTER, and Provision SALT, will be disposed of, at his STORES, 34 and i3G, W
13 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Literature.

Literature.

Btcrraturf. Satirts 111. X. X1rf. laud X tV. with cpiuus Enylish notes, &c.-By Williami C. Boyd, T. C. D. Dubliti, 1344. JUVENAL is a difficult author. There is often found Igrcat difficulty both in his style of expression, and in the expression itself, when we endeavour to reduc
23 July 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE POOR LAWS.

THE POOR LAWS.

'1111i, POOR LAWS. NECESSITY OF' INQLJIRlY ACKNOWLEDGED BEY au v* "- DIENT. IN our publication of Ile 2d inst. we gave a report of an interesting conversation which took place ill the 1-louse of' Lords on Thursday, relatii e to the Poor l~aw System in Iroland, and the abuses %ihi
9 July 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTENSION OF THE ULSTER RAILWAY TO ARMAGH.

EXTENSION OF THE ULSTER RAILWAY TO ARMAGH.

EXTE.NSION OF THE ULSTER RAILWAY TO ARMAGH. A special general meeting of the shareholders of the Vls1ter Railway Company was held on Wednesday, in the waiting-ruoro, at thu Belfast terminus, to consider thoe proipriety of the Company comipleting their original plan, by carrying o
9 July 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUT PENSIONERS.

OUT PENSIONERS.

The peusioners belonging to the Belfast, or head quar. ters division of this district, will receive their " Ponsior Receipts," commonly called "pension bills," for the cur. rent quarter, from Captain Cartan, in the Infantry Bar- rack, on Monday the 15th inst. together with their
5 January 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland