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POLICE OFFICE, MARQUIS STREET.

POLICE OFFICE, MARQUIS STREET.

.POLIC]-1 FrFICE.~i-M.Qrjz~.SrTn~ET. A ?? j i ?? Ma"iatrate 'to ' at rrilkemi;; Ku4J'i'!of ftia- 1ih'e ' kt~f ies, Arthpir'a BIIeft; Wleihn g- '.inr 'ean lm'y; charged a witbi -sSa,1i ,lg _,n ?? Cos inor,7chjarg- ?? ld iiila Ituiri'Teu-plpatrick; Wrr.- vbhhlk : 'e'd ' jjiihltie k
10 July 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER OF THE REV. JAMES CARLILE.

LETTER OF THE REV. JAMES CARLILE.

0 TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. SIR-I owe our friend, Mr. Paul, a fewt observations on his first letter addressed to me, in which he animadverts on what I have advanced respecting written Creeds and Con. fessions of Faith. I was exceedingly glad to see his animad- versions,
02 January 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRUNSWICK CLUBS.

BRUNSWICK CLUBS.

The constitutional organization of the Irish Protes. tants, though already formidably extensive, is still ra- pidly progressing, and is spreading in the most rerote- districts. An assertion made by us long ago, is now nearly verified, that before the next Session of Parlia- ment
06 January 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

F0R THE BELFAST ArEWYS-LETTER. M1ELANseeOtY OccUaREWcE.-On Friday night last, a woman, near Magherafelt, put a period to her existence, by suspension. For some time prior to her death, she had been in a state of mental derangement, occasioned by a vio- lent disease. Her husband h
18 July 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BUDGET.—SINKING FUND.

THE BUDGET.—SINKING FUND.

THE BUDGET.- 5NjklN FUN}D. 'J'be ¢C"iAcoaitoP if thiefEicatarEjQR 'openedt th Budget in the. Houselot Commons on Friday idilght. -i The Right Hon.uGent.; confined1 his review to the year; 1827, arid to the present year. He began by stating the amount of the ordinary -net revenue
18 July 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT OF THE HARBOUR OF BELFAST.

IMPROVEMENT OF THE HARBOUR OF BELFAST.

Yesterday, a meeting -of the Chamber of Commerce witas hedd in the Commercial Buildings, to which the pnhlic newe admitted. The subject which engaged their attention was the proposed application to 1arliament for leave to bring in a bill for improving the harbour of Belfast-John
06 October 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLAST CORPORATION.

BALLAST CORPORATION.

'On 'Saturday came on the election of a Member of the Corporation for improving the port and harbour of Belfast, vacant by 'the death of Mr. Getty. A. very numerous at- tendance of merchants, and other inhabitants, took place. , The Marquis-of iDonegall, on taking the Chair, sta
06 October 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, JAN. 21.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, JAN. 21.

LONDON CORN-EXCH AJbE, JAN. 2E. A Itinl,,,ln,,' Tir - ,..A ?? _ ._ . , AlIthough our sapplies last week.w rsesmall, and the ar- ! i vals fresh in this mornritig 'equally , ?? Trade was hy no means brisk; still ?? samples. of Wheat fully . supported the prices of this duy se'nnigh
25 January 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, DEC. 22.—ON Friday the Wheat trade experienced a reduction of 4s. per quar

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, DEC. 22.—ON Friday the Wheat trade experienced a reduction of 4s. per quar

LONDON CO N-EXCIrANGE, Drc. 22.-On Fri. dar the Whlea t. fl-ic rnranw ?? ?? (day the Wheat trade experienced a reduction of 1s. per quar. ter, and this morning, having no country buyers at market, with a large arrival of Foreign Wheat, the Mealing trade was exceedingly lull, and
26 December 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—FRIDAY, APRIL 3.

LONDON—FRIDAY, APRIL 3.

LOTNDON-FRIDAY, APRIL 3. Several very loyat addresses were yesterday presented Wo his IMajesty; one by the Mainquis ot Aileshury ; four by Lord MVichelsea-ome of them contained 35,000 signatures; fourteen by Lord Rolle-one of them, the Devon county petition, was signed by upwards
07 April 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland