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Advertisements & Notices

T IBATRED ROYAL, DUBLI. 1( Ont THIlS EVENING (Tuesday), 20th April, 1852, the perfonlauces vnll commence with the celebrated Dramra: tj entitled T}E CORSICAN BROTHERS. principal characters by Mr. T. C. King, Mr. J. Webster, gr. Gladstone, Mr. Bromley, Mr. 6tinton, Mr. Bellair, Mr
20 April 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF COUNTY ANTRIM.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR TIHE 3MONTHT OF DECEMBER, FOR THE NORTIIEMN DISTRICT OF COUNTY ANTrJTf- (045itten for the Belfast Newvs-Letter.) TILE past year, nlow numbered with times gone by, has not to farmers been remarkable either for better- ing their condition or lessening their
5 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

POLICY OF THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY.

POLICY OF THE CONSERVATIVE, PARTY. As we are obliged to Write in ignorance of what may have happened in the House of Commons on Monday night upon the introduction of Lord John Russell's new Reform Bill-in ignorance of what we may be able to present to oar readers before this numb
11 February 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

The Army.

Ete Armp. ADDRESS TO GENERAL B.1NsU1GGE.-On Friday af- ternoon an address, signed by a large number of the leading gentry and merchants of Belfast, was presented to Lieutenant-General Bainbrigge, at the Donegall Arms, expressive of the high sense of the excellent manner in which
5 April 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

REPRESENTATION OF DOWN.—THE LEAGUERS AT FAULT.

REPRESENTATION' OF DOWN.-THE LEAGUE RS AT FAULT. To us it has long since appeared, as no doubt it has appeared to many, one of the most reprehensible tricks ever practised upon public credulity, that the Tenant Leaguers should continue to agitate the county Down in favour of Lord
24 March 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

The Army, &c.

at imp, &c. PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. WAR OFFICE, AUGiUsT 24. 1st Dragoons-Lieut. A. H. de Trafford has been al- lowed.to retire from the service by ?? sale of hits coin- mission; T. K. FitGepald, to be'Ciornet, by purdhase. 12th Light do.- Regimiental Sergeant-Major F' Brown to
27 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

Commercial.

colitillerc ial. WEEKLY MARKET NOTE, DRAWN UP BY A COMMITTEE OF THE LINEN TRADIR, AP- POINTED UNDER TIlE SANCTION OF TIlE BELFAST CHRAM- B1E5 OF C-OMMERCE. Friday Feaning, 13th August. Flae.-Although the weather has been very uneCr- tahi, farmers have been busy with their Flax ha
16 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

Horticulture.

'IRIZ orticulturc. GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. FLowra GARDEN-Mlaintain the hiighest possible state of keepig; beep the beds, as they get vacant, filled up wvith store plants. Sow German ten weeks, and in- termediate stocks in frames, mignionette, in pots, for spring flower
11 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

Fashion and Varieties.

5,151)iall allb Farictim HER MAJESTY IN THE HIGHLANDS. ON Saturday her Miatjesty drove out in the vicinity of the Carth, both ol the North andl Soutih side of the river. His Royal Highness went a shooting in the Balmoral forest, and was very successful, having killed three very f
24 September 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

Commercial.

(riallillurrial. WEEKLY MARKET NOTE, DRAWN lVX B11? A COMMITTEIE1 O' THE lINEN TRlADIEI, U1NDFI| TIlS SANCTION O: TIME DIELV'5T rIIAM13Eu, O' Coll- Friida y Eveninq, 24th lSeptenzber, 1852. Ffxta.-The long ?? of fine weather has prevenlted the sceutch-unills froin turnin' out as
27 September 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland