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Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

;:tflcctcb Vortri). TIME'S CHANGES. Since when I wats a little boy, What changes I have ?? Nature hiath turmed so vcry coy, She's net what sihe hath been. Tine's finer both oil cloud and sun linli] writ wheit I would blot Froin the blue sky-thze Ancient One!- I liked him when lie
12 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT FROM AMERICA.

IMPORTANT FROM AMERICA.

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER CAMBRIA. ,iVEwr[OOL, TuESDAY.-The royal mail steamer Cambria, under the commanti of Captain Judkins, arrived in the Mersey this morning, shortly after nine o'clock, from Boston and Hlalifax, after a somewhat protracted lassage of fiften days from the
19 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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PRO CLA MAT ION. VICTORIA n. W ?? taking into our most serious consideration thc heavv IV judgmicnts with Which Almighty God is pleased to visit tic iniquities of this land by a grevious scarcity and dearth of (livers articles of sustenance and necessaries of life, and trust.- ja
23 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Literary Reviews.

Literary Reviews.

Litcrapl) 3atrbi5. No. 60. FnAsuct's MAGAZINE. Mlarch. London: G. 11. Nickissoe, 1'razer, always nvdve and piquiant, is especially so in this ninuler. The opening paper is a condensed narrative of tilC contin ntilal syst ties of popular education, showing hfow far our Europeant n
9 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Domestic Intelligence.

Domestic Intelligence.

jonllu tic finttIlifcilce. Hecr 11ajesty, Prince Albert, and tie Court, left Banckinig- hleon I alace oil Wediicsday mnorning for Osborne H ouse, Isle oif NWigit. Tlc'[ ?? of Ahercorn is at present entertaining, at t~arins~coilt, Lord Francis andi Lady Francis Russell, Ladly ii c
5 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PRICE OF IRISH SHARES.

PRICE OF IRISH SHARES.

PRICE OF INISil MtISCMLANEOUS stIAReC - Northern Bank .. . 10, liellast mlin , .. ?? , l tllsaer Bunk . . 10 Proviociial Blank ?? Ryl ?? ?? Hi jertifar lauk ?? ?? 0 Natioal 13l, ?? i ?? 60 City of Dubliii Steam . Ci ?? 1 (10 Ditto, Stock tit IKii ?? ?? ?? 63(1 British taljl Irish
9 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROFESSOR NICHOL'S ASTRONOMICAL LECTURES.

PROFESSOR NICHOL'S ASTRONOMICAL LECTURES.

PROFESSOR NICIIOL'S ASTRONOMICAL LECTURES. IDn. Ntcnor.'s fifth lecture, in continuation of the subject of the moon's physical charaeteristics, was delivered on Friday evening. His address consisted chiefly of a consideration of the enormous craters which appear on the surface of
16 March 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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. EATR ROYYAL1. DUBLIN. t psano.e but one of Mrs. BUTLER (late Mise rsnoy amble). whose engageient wil certainly teo ml. Ito Appeens of Dlr. CRESiiC s, who ie Engaged Srbexiqressly to appenr with Mrs. Butler. N THIS EVEi:NING (Saturday), 20th of D~P Macob, 1847, ?? be performed S
20 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RISSELL.

TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RISSELL.

- TR1UGB liO, LORD JOHN RUSSELL. I TO TRR ?? H N. LORD ?? St. Jeslaths, Tuam, Feast of St. Gabriel, 1847. Mir LORDOn3 comparig the clumsy experiments of ,airlssters with the miraculous patience with which the people of Ireland are dying, I felt inclined to adopt so the motto of t
20 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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THEA TRE R O YAL, D UBLIN. Last Night of Performing until the ?? Holidals; Last Appearance e'f Mr. CRESWICK. AWN THIS EVENING (Saturday), 27th March, 0 will be performed the Play of THE STRANGER. The Stranger, Mr. Creswick; Count Wintersen, Mr. F. Cooke; Baron Steinfort, Mr. H. C
27 March 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland