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BELFAST, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1844.

BELFAST, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1844.

INDIA AND CHINA received, on Saturday evening, but at too late an hour for publication, our despatches from India and China, forwarded by express from Marseilles, anticipation of the overland mail, which left Bombay the Ist of April. The chief intelligence of the month relates t
9 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAI?WIC K S H 1 K E

WAI?WIC K S H 1 K E

WAI?WIC K H 1 K «• It it !• A V To toe Est.itoHstoed at X-camlngton. PROSPECTUS. Tlip Kipht Revereml the Lunl Bwhop nf th(^pk»pvs^» Lord Somerville, I T. Galton, I The llik'ht Hon. Lord I.ci|(h, S. K. Steward, I The Hon. C. B. Percy, Bolton Kink, hs+T I Sir J. Morciaunt, Burl., M
9 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GLADNESS OF MAY

THE GLADNESS OF MAY

Utteraturc. rOBTItY. Tis May again, tis May again, tbe time of happy hours. When Nature wears her fairest robe of ynuott attJ dewy (low r», When ntla morn wakes from the Kart as rosy the sky. And brook, are laugl.iuk In the mead., and birds are ringing by. Visions as rweet as Hu
9 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Discord between Presbytery and the Established Church.— With the theological and ecclesiastical warrings between Presbytery and Prelacy for the marriage”

Discord between Presbytery and the Established Church.— With the theological and ecclesiastical warrings between Presbytery and Prelacy for the marriage”

seems to be quite dissolved—we have little inclination to trouble ourselves ; but occasionally find it instructive to turn to what is going on in the region of which Londonderry is the centre. In that district, the energy of the Presbyterian Clergy apj»ears to be put forth,again
14 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
wi- . . GBNEIi +L POSV\ OFFICE, Dublin, 4piil. 1844.

wi- . . GBNEIi +L POSV\ OFFICE, Dublin, 4piil. 1844.

. . GBNEIi +L POSV\ OFFICE, Dublin, 4piil. 1844. PKK NT tiatrp. Hall ShfHtffPaper trim' be i>-«ufd lur the porpoM of I’c.stai.e, in to Postage and now uso, the following are,the Piic*» at •Uinh they tbe-PiihUc. f\... ,# a Ha'f Ream, Confining Half Sheen 1 » heottfeißg. 2# • •Hdlt
10 May 1844 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
HINTS TO M\KE HOME HAPPV.

HINTS TO M\KE HOME HAPPV.

Hlsbandi. —Keep rending the N> v?p«per during the >rhale ot breakfast time : allowing your* »c) cpokea half dozen time* liefore ( >ou aatwei.aiwl then ntking your wife wlizt it wa* < that (he •‘■id. Upon her telling you. ra»We •five i leplr wbich U no'hing to the you I ware thin
10 May 1844 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOUC CHURCH,

THE CATHOUC CHURCH,

A very imposing ceremony took place iu the Presentation Convent of Thnrles on Wifdaesday, when Aiiss Cummins, of Ross, very interesting young Lady, whs received Into that religious Community his Grace the Most Rev. Dr SLATTrar. The Rev. P. Lkaiiy preached a most eloquent and imp
11 May 1844 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
/? NOTICE.

/? NOTICE.

NOTICE. ALL Persons indehtnl RICHARD KEATING, of OUNGARVAN, Shopke«iier Are forthwith in the amount due bv them, ANDREW aHHERY, E*q., numrarvan, the actine Executor. And persons to whom tike •ad Richard K atiiuj was indebted, are requested furni-h their accounts the above named A
11 May 1844 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
cuni'tAnces, she therefore, merely said—

cuni'tAnces, she therefore, merely said—

** Gerald, gives me deep concern to find you leagued with the dUturbera of the peace and with the enemies of our country. 1 have looked upon you as one, whom 1 believed the machinations of the evil disposed could not seduce from your allegiance. As it is, 1 trust you will see th
8 May 1844 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAN C E B Y

CHAN C E B Y

C E *7O In the Matter of J.... ~U.=e , ary Term llan<lc*iek. Altne I 1,: .‘.e linff l Mary II Mel k, «i»i !!«• \vear-. K lj«- noria 1 Minor.. nority of U.« .■I nt. J Jo-f|il. i.e tilth* Handcock. tlwpnniWaoOke t.aad» p\RR laiely J>, * t Laumvc- lie.email. Hugh Millev. the proport
11 May 1844 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland