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THE CLAP-TRAP COMMISSION.

THE CLAP-TRAP COMMISSION.

There wa* another measure touched upon by the speech, which could not be considered holding out the slightest hope that anything would he done for these objects—ho meant the commission at the head of which his noble and learned friend was placed. He considered this measure to be
7 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Our accounts from Madrid are the 25th and 26th. hut are without interest. The disturbances Saragossa had been suppressed. General Prim would, was expected, be reinstated in the government of Madrid.
7 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VINDICATOR

THE VINDICATOR

!:r h - 1 h * llie r <‘ 'hat society in reference to tne question arbitration. Attorney.General-I cruioly object to any evi.lenee rfcltr to (be rule, lUe Society of Mr Whltesi.le-lf I was g..i„jj into the original hijtory of the ly neons, what the Attorney General ray might have
7 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VINDICATOR, BELFAST. WEDNrSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1844.

THE VINDICATOR, BELFAST. WEDNrSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1844.

28 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O’Connell 4l his Son, Nr. «9. O’Connell;

O’Connell 4l his Son, Nr. «9. O’Connell;

O’Connell his Son, Nr. «9. O’Connell; With Medallion Likenesses of ALL THE OTHER STATE TRAVERSERS. INCLUDING The laic Xct. Tyrrell, FJP. These Portraits, which are the most admirable specimens of the art ever before published, have been executed by the most celebrated London Arti
28 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST, Fcb. 27.—^ram—The weather since our has been frortr, with rain and *now—jesterday we had during most of the day

BELFAST, Fcb. 27.—^ram—The weather since our has been frortr, with rain and *now—jesterday we had during most of the day

setere *«now storms from the north-east. The’ duty foreign wheat has declined to quarter, and that oats 7a per quarter. Hour there is alteration; the price remains stationary cwt. for bakers' 1 best. Oats are steady the former quotations of 7d to for prime; ordinary and middling
28 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHEN SHALL WE ALL BE IRISH?

WHEN SHALL WE ALL BE IRISH?

So far as the trials have advanced, can speak in almost unqualified terms of commendation, with respect to the speeches of counsel for the traversers. Each successive advocate has shown the utter inadequacy of the evidence adduced to sustain the only charge against the traverser
3 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

Antrim. —Crumlin, Nowtoueromelin, Monday. Portglenone, Tuesday. Cushenduo, Parkgate, Wednesday.— Clough, Thursday. Armagh. —Uallybought, Charlestown, Monday. Lurgan, Thursday. Ready, Friday. Cavan. —Ballyjnmesduff, Bawnboy, Kiteoguy, Monday. Kingscourt. Tuesday. Stradune, Wednes
3 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS.

BELFAST MARKETS.

Friday Evening, Feb. 9. The tendency to advance, which has of late character, ised our grain markets, still continues. Since our last, wheat has advanced 3d per cwt., oats, from 5d to 7d, and oatmeal, from 8d to 9d per cwt. The markets of oats and oatmeal this morning were large
10 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iSngliuft market*.

iSngliuft market*.

LONDON. Fk». b.—Com-A'xcAtnpf —Th« trad* da« ring lh« week for all good descriptions of oora was falljr ao average, and duties foreign dsserlpttoM uiwlsrweot little or alteration. Fresh this morning had a middling supply of wheat aad spring corn, the condition being imurored oa
10 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland