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BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SIrIP NEWS. A Ri I v i D Jan. 27-Adelaide, TTanilon, Droglieila, ftur 28- Bridget, Pasroe. Liverpool. sailt Margaret, Rdgar, Rotterdam, flaxseed Princess Alice ?? Wilson. Flhoetwood 30-Maid of Galloway (st), Hastwell, Stcanraer Birmingalii 'Ht ), Churel, ?? Prince of Wale
2 February 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JEWISH MISSION.

JEWISH MISSION.

The following letter has been sent to all the ministers and sessions of' the Assembly. We have no doubt that the order of Assembly miill be attended to, mid the collection for the Jewish Mlission made on the (lay ap- pointed : TO TIM DIINISTERtS AND DtEDIflERS OF THE PRESBYTE- R
6 February 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF GENERAL BERTRAND. The Messager of Friday night, i n announcing the death of General Bertrand, saye- "' The faithful friend of the Emperor, the companion of his labours and'of his long exile, died on the 31st ult , at Chauteauroux, his native town, When serving as a na-,
7 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T ROYAL, D UBLIN. hqight of the Engagement of Mrs. Fitzwilliarn and Mir. Bnckstone. ES pRESENT THURSDAY, February, 1844, will be performed a New Mbusical Drsmn in A ts adapted and altered from Donizetti'a Q a of i, a Du Regiment. by Mr. Buckstone, to Wcalled JOSEPHI$ ; OR, THE FO
1 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

| I M-Anwn -IAv o0 Iu . ?? U IVIONDAY, dAN. 29._Since this day se'nnigh't we, bave te received 9,030 loads of oatmeal from Ireland:; of other ts articles of the trade the imports either thence orcoistwise z are moderate.- Few conatry deafers have attended our le' market this wee
1 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CONCILIATION HALL.

CONCILIATION HALL.

I - a, LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The weekly meeting of the association was held yesterday in the Conciliation Hall. On the motion of, Maurice O'Connell, Esq., M.P., the chair was taken by Hl Lordship robe Lord FrnENCEi. H~isLordship robe and said he had great satisfacti
6 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEH STATE TRIALS.

TEH STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS. I EIGHTEENTH DAY. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. The court sat at the usual hour. M1r. OCinnell-My lords, I respectfully submit to the court as the line of observation which it will be my duty to take will not be precisely' that taken by any other counsel and as I know t
5 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COTEMPORARY PRESS.

COTEMPORARY PRESS.

I fl ?? .. . M - - ~ r - _ - . ?? . I TIMES.-It would appear that the Attorney-GeneraL. r ortom speak safely, the gentleman who was Attorney -Ge. neral Ireland three days ago-ia determined that the world shall'not forget the unseemly want of temper which characterized his earlie
5 February 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
England and Scotland? Yon perceive fmaifi and folly of transferring the tnanagem>n)t tarliainent wherein it was roniddered « Ireland the

England and Scotland? Yon perceive fmaifi and folly of transferring the tnanagem>n)t tarliainent wherein it was roniddered « Ireland the

coital of those countries, and ralive duty of every man who take< a pari in forward and have a legislature which will not hut a praise to endeavour make I/!***[•*■ of every country in commerce and speaks tmmpet-tongw'd, and with a rousi* ymi just indignation agvinM any Ih- made
6 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to adopt the absurd coarse ho had mentioned, he would then have to travel through at least fifty speeches What

to adopt the absurd coarse ho had mentioned, he would then have to travel through at least fifty speeches What

course bad the crown pursued? They had selected from all the speeches delivered the passages they considered supported their case. Now, from the very bread he eat and lived on. a roan might extract a poison that might kill dozen people. (Laughter.) Was right or just to call on t
3 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland