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TENANT RIGHT MEETING IN BELFAST.

TENANT RIGHT MEETING IN BELFAST.

TENANT RIGHT IMEETING IN BELF A-ST. I O.Nr Wednesday, a meeting of the friends of tenant right was held in the Music Hall, Belfast, for the pur- pose, according to the circular calling the meeting, "of explaining and advocating the great principles of in- dustrial justice which a
30 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

Agricurtttre, &c. IMPORTANCE or DE:EP AND FINE TiL.aA.E.-The parching weather which has prevailed for some time past will show the advantages of deep and fine tillage in a striking point of view. Wherever the soil is deep and finely pulverised, the drought will be excluded, and v
28 April 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIALI PARLIAMENT.; (From th~e ~Lodon Journals of .Monday night.) HOUSE OF LORDS_3IONDAY, FEB. 9. Their lordships met at five o'clock. Lord BROUGHA M expressed a hope that her Ma- Jesty's Government would take an early opportunity of introducing a bill for the suppression of b
11 February 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

'31'ertrg. p THE MOTHER-TONGUE. Tnn mother's name is a heavenly'sound As far as the blue sky bendeth; The mother's voice casts gladness round Where the iciest realm extendeth. Sweet in pleasure and sweet in woe, Sweet in life and in death also, And sweet in recollection. Oar moth
27 October 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Zile jEarl"As. BELFAST. TUESDAY, Ocronlst 26, 1852. SurPrPMES of home Grain small, with an upward tendency in plices. Foreiho Wheat is hold for an advance of vs per toll. Flout' has advanced Is to Is Cd per harrel and bag; good descriptions American, 24s Gd to 20s Gd; partials an
27 October 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FRItDAY EVENING. Tis Militia Bill is under discussion to-night, and, as I led you to expect, is the subject of much anxiety to the Government. It, is hardly expected but that they must be beaten upon it; but even if such should be the case, they do not intend to resign-that you
26 April 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

Iasljzon a~lb 1Jaritic5. THE COURT. wnlIE MAJESTY'S LEVEE. Illa Queen held a levee on Wednesday afterrioom at St. Jares' Palace. The Duke of Cambridge 'aid Prcep ILeopold of Saxe Coburg attended the levee. The Earl of Derby had an audience of the Queen. hel Queen and Prince Alber
26 April 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

Commer.via[. THE LINEN TRADE. WEEKLY, MARKET NOTE, IDRAWN UP rY A COM-MITTEE OF TitE LITNE1 TRADE, APPOINTED UNDER THlE SANCTION OF TILE BELFAST CHAMuBER OF COMMEIRCE. 'FIDUAT EVENING, APRIL 23. FLAXSEED.-The long continuance of drought has ,prevented any activity in the market.
26 April 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

1 [ORIGIN AL.] THE MURDERER. WnOSB is the eye that speaks so much Of madness and despair? Whose is the eye that beams anon With wild, unmeaning stare? Whose is the pale and sunken cheek, The brow of care and gloom, While ev'ry step seems nearer still T' the borders of the tomb? W
15 November 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EXECUTIVE AND THE MURDER PRESS.

THE EXECUTIVE AND THE MURDER PRESS.

THE EXECUTIVE AND THE -MURDER PRESS. , ?? , I PROSECUTION op 'THE "DUNDALK DEMOCRAT." IF,. we are rightly informned, one of the channels, and that the foulest, through which the "leprous. distil- mont" reached the minds of a demoralised peasantry, has been closed up. On Thursday
16 February 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland