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PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE IN LONDON.

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE IN LONDON.

It. inay be already known to ouil reade I's I ?? t hI SynoI( ol the Pi esbyterian Church in Englanil, has regently de- termined to institute a Theological College for the train- ing of young men for tile Presbyteriaii filillistry in that country. f'he College will be in London,
24 September 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTH. On the 8th inst. the Lady of the Rev James Galley, of Covo. of a son. On the l7th inst. at Clenbhrnie, Moville, tho Lady of C. Goigh Esq. Bengal Civil Service, of a daughter. On the 211th inst. hbe lady of Robert Macrory, Esq. Ardi miore l.odge, county Derry, of a daughter
24 September 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR HENRY POTTINGER.

SIR HENRY POTTINGER.

The following address has been transmitted to Sir H. Pottinger by the Directors of the Glasgow East India Association - Glasgow, 5th Dec. 1844. To the Right Hoe. Sir Henry Pottinger, Bart. G. C B. AL. ArC. Si.-The Directors of the East India Association of Glasgow beg vei y resp
27 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TIHE ARMY. MILITAnY FORCE IN IRILAND ON THE 1ST or DEcEx. fnlnn, 1844.-The following is the official return of tho military force at present iu Ireland, which completes the rarrisons in that country for the ensuing wintet. Cavalrv 2d reghienit of Dragoon Guards, Longford; 3d do.
13 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry.

Original Poetry.

Cxb inal ZUACM). SONG ON MY BESSY. ?? Aui lang sync." T im c jiq(t RaVies bestrew thle fields. Aidl rustle ill the breeze, The dlappli-i (lull no music yields Antorig thel faded trees While Nature's dirge, the wailing wind, Laments tue year's decay, .MY lovo in B~essy's soul ensh
13 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL ASSOCIATION—MONDAY.

REPEAL ASSOCIATION—MONDAY.

REPEAL ASSOCIrTION-AIONDAY. The usual weekly meeting was held to-day in the Con- ciliation Hall, which was not more than half-filled. On the motion of Mr O'Connell, Mjr I-I. Grattal, Cip. Wvas called to the chair. Tlue minutes of the last meeting having been read- Mr O'CONNExe."
13 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Prices Current.

Belfast Prices Current.

I - " . - Li ?I.filot t)rirro Onrellt. . -- --1-1111- I-) - '15URSDAY, DECruca r . I ?? | perW' £ 0 9 0@£0 11 WHEAT, Wilite~f* ..0IIw IBRLed ?? . * ?? ?? O S 6 0 0; BARLEY ?? OATS, ?? 0 4 .5 6 0 OATMEAL B *.a . NIS ?? 0106 4.. 0l Fr~oURt superfine% (Blat111) ' 0 Second or Bakers'
13 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

I LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION, | On Alonday the usual weekily meetilug of the Repeall Association took place in the Conciliation Hall, which was crowdesi to excess in everv part. Shortly before one o'clock, MIr O'Connell entered the Hall, and was received with long-continue
20 September 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGE BILL.

PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGE BILL.

VlRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGE B3ILL A luILL INTITUILED AN ACT For, MtARtflACES IN IRELAND; AND FORt REGISTERIN1SG SUCH MIARRLIAGES. WhF~ereRs it is expedient to amend tile law of marriageOS in Irelaud, and to provide the means for ahregister of thle ?? Of her, ),.lajesty's subjects in t
2 July 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S VISITATION.

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S VISITATION.

|| || On Tuesday morning, his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury held his visitation in All Saints Church, Maidstone. Four years have elapsed since his Grace de- livered his last charge, and, as might be anticipated, con- siderable interest has been excited as to the tenden
1 October 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland