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Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

CercdtrB pottrip. Cl f l S T'I A S. 011 Father Ch ristma1:1s 0llts 10ol1 at hlst Sunlne's broiglht ?? are withered 1n(1 psot, Autniln halth ?? ?? iarvest of graiul, And nier, rv yhig Chlritms lhls c1o0ne again. Anibiiisslr }rlist onl tile willdowr pane, W\roto word f ilat his i:l
25 December 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

An Account, pursuant to the Act 8 and 9 Vie., cap. 37, of the amount of Bank Notes authorised by law to be issued by the several Banks of Issue in Ireland, and the Average Amount of Bank Notes in ciroulatios, and of Coin held during the Four Weeks ending Saturday, the 28th day o
14 April 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

RIOYAL AGRICtLTUR VI I\IPROVI.\lN r SOCIETY OF IRELAND. SP'ECIAL. MHUITIN'IG OF5 TilE COUNCIL.. WIL.LI AM J~. N V',%nii, Esq., iii the chair. Thee ere also precu-ft, Sir Richard O'D-Innell, 11 art. ; Sii' D~avid 'Hochw, B3arit. Hien. Ctiarhts Clewcn-tq Robert Boawen, Richard Iloi
29 September 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GOVERNMENT AND THE MAGISTRACY MR. SMITH O'BRIEN RESTORED.

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE MAGISTRACY MR. SMITH O'BRIEN RESTORED.

TIIE G()VERNMiENT AND THFi M .GLsTRaAcy I .ILR. SM'IT'H O'IRIEN RESTORIED. MIa SAMITi O' B3amE-the " cellar mirtyr "-the out. cast of Celloiliatioit Hall, ald tile ho nbagod of the Belfast rpesalers1-has, at lelngth, bent restor'ed to the commissioln of' the pop -eor rt her, has
29 September 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC DINNER TO THE MESSRS ROWAN.

PUBLIC DINNER TO THE MESSRS ROWAN.

On Alondav evening last a public dinner was given to the Alessrs. Rowan, in Doagh, on the occasion of their removal fromn that place to Belfast, where they have es- tablield a new and most extensive iron foundry. Tbo neeting was one of the very first respectability ; com- posed
23 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

Sarctria I?ojctrv- '1'111 ChILlDl'S lFIIS'l' Gl~ll~l;. ain i~li:.-.Whv ,lnii't yvil answcr nlC? W 1v (to voi lic so still : Can't y ouI sit up, and Can't you0 Sce? Arv you so very ill ? Y ou liave been sick a long, long while And very. very weak But vet y ou ahvays usecd to smile
23 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PROTECTIONISTS AND THE FREE TRADERS.

THE PROTECTIONISTS AND THE FREE TRADERS.

TFIE PROTECTIONISTS AND TIME FREE TItADEIRS. In the progress of tire coitest which now engnges the energies of the two great movcmcuts ilr Engia d, every rrdtvanitage ir, of coirrse trireri hy vach party of the real or appnrcnt i1'firmities of the other, whoethr as relates to t h
20 January 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

,ogrtatiture, &c. NEWTOWNLIBIsAVADY.-The potatoe disease is become general throughout all this district; and even where the tubers are now found comparatively sound, it cannot reasonably be expected, thattthpy will minc longer remain so, when the tops, leaves &c, even of cups, wh
25 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Trade and Commerce.

Trade and Commerce.

Crase Cni Qommercc. REVIEW OF THE BRITISH COrX TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. (From, the London Britannia, .August 22.) The weather has not been by any means settled this week, showers having fallen almost evory alternate day. Undfr these circumstances harvest operations have not pr
25 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARINER'S LAMP—A TALE OF SCIO.

THE MARINER'S LAMP—A TALE OF SCIO.

THE MARINER'S LAMP-A TALE OF SCIO. In nen of those little trays, or rather fillets, which indunt the coast of Scio arid tire othier Greek ishlads, lay, during a breath- less canhn, a graceful and elegant schooner. 'line vessel, usually trsed ie the trade ot' the Archipelago, woo
12 May 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland