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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

_13 I it T ?? On the Ilth inst. the Lady of George Thomas Mitchell Esq. Wellington-place, sf a son. ' Sarah, w ife of thl Rev. G. Standfileld, Primitivo Methodit Minister of Pontrefract, of twins; the third time she has had tvins. _M A R R I E D_ On the 2d inst; dt-Bruslee, by th
16 January 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 
INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE.

INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE.

(Front -A Winter in Italy," by Mrs. Ashton Yates.) Ouracquaintance with ayoung clergyman, who had some interest among the Cardinals, obtained for us tbe honour of an interview with the pope. We were a party of about tvelve, anll on being told that we were all English, he dispens
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCIH. THE MIORIT REV. DR. BLAKE AND llEV. DR. KEENAN. On Sunday, the 25th inst. a new scene occurred at Ailagheral Chapel, in the parish of Drumballyroiiy. The Rev. Dr. Keenan was at the gate in his gig, when Rev. John Machen, Administrator of Banbridge, Tullylish, Se
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

I BErTFAST SHIP NEWS. AR It I V ED. Aug. 26-Glovwworm (at). Dessic, Ardrooson Lord Fravkfurt. Lofroy. Donaghadee, general cargo 27-Ruby, Rogers, Larne, flour Queen Victoria (kt), Church, Dublin Aurora, (st) Andterson, Glasgow Princess Alice (at), I.atnb. Fleetwood Elizabeth. Rea,
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PHANTOM SHIP.

THE PHANTOM SHIP.

I ITIE PHANTOM SHIP. Some fifty years since, the writer of tite follobing siketti hvaq ntar the termination-of a long voyage. We richedl the northern point of Scotland, and then sailed southwtyards, bet ween 4he Shetlantd isles, into the Gertnan Ocean. Wecould very easily disting
30 August 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY, JUNE 6.

HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY, JUNE 6.

.roVISE OF LOfDS-Tiuunsi).v, Jusr 6. Thoi Marcquis of )0W NSHIRFilI presunted petitions froc :iveral V ,'sbvtei-ia Ci (om ,regtion~s inl I relaiii, pray- ill Isht mian; ni-l'it s' fidop! vil for thoi prioper' i'ligiuiis Si,lv0 is(if, PreicI Iwl-in s"ldiiirs Ledi IO 01'ION present
11 June 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

. T ( 2 rr7 I1. r (":7, .. 1; 5 A NlW AND A '171 Fl S(N(1 s IN T T 1\i' I A'I TUNE: YMT MAY. .Mv An;l ie Nancy [ It n 'MtIO' i, For FIC wfas o1 a Rt ailt ( Is Ardl ITno 1 1l oasic wvn ns Io tiouI. ?? lie was ' ti thnedring preel;cor wan. 'lisq v Hoed pair talo no te1;ir eare, Aod
23 March 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

COMMISSION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

?? (OF lTE ASFE!(2IH.Y OF 'TIJE ('111iRC OF SCOTLAND. The Cnm-iioisio of the General Assembly mect oti 'Avedles(Iltn IpursiititW to rotjlorrimeit, in St. Tmhoe's church, Yu set,.Evtinburght-~Dr. 14al1Xllar, Moderator of lest Assembly, in the chair. STAT11 C? TiC CliUtCll. Mr. YOU
23 March 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR FARMIMG SOCIETY.

BANGOR FARMIMG SOCIETY.

BANGOR FNRMIMG SOCIErY. ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW AND DINNER. On Wednesday last, the annual Cattle Show of this long established, highly useful, and improving Society was held at Bangor. The attendance of agriculturists, and Other gentlemen was very large; the show of black cattle was a
8 August 1843 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland