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The Markets.

The Markets.

Cite fe"Itha's. BELFAST. TIlIISI).1IL, JuNE 24, 1852. The weathler still continues wet, an1d farmers are saying that they have had enough rain for the present. The early Potato crop looks very luxurianit. No cliange in the valne of farmers' produce. Supplies very small. Flour is
25 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

It is rumnoured that Mr. George Dawson, of Birming- ham, the lecturer, will shortly offer himself to the electors of Blackburn as a candidate for their support at the forthcoming election. OiCFORD UNIVERSITYsr ELnECTION.-We have great pleasure in stating that Dr. Marsham, the Wa
07 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST LIBERALS AND THEIR ALLEGED CANDIDATES.

THE BELFAST LIBERALS AND THEIR ALLEGED CANDIDATES.

THE BELFAST LIBERALS AND THEIR I ALLEGED CANDIDATES. I REALLY, to say that we are amused with the lucubra- tions of our Liberal cotemporaries in reference to the proceedings of their party,would not half express the sensation we experience while perusing them. Thie effectsproduce
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE RIOT.—LIBELLOUS CHARGE AGAINST THE ORANGEMEN.

THE LATE RIOT.—LIBELLOUS CHARGE AGAINST THE ORANGEMEN.

THE LATE RIOT.-LIBELLOUS CHARGE AGAINST THE ORANGEMEN. m -1 I .. > .. _ . .. I 1. I.. THE local utensil of the League, in its publication of Friday last, referring to the riot in York Street on Monday evening, rather more than insinuates that the origin of the disturbance is trac
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUPPLY.

SUPPLY.

DEBATE ON REGIUM'DONUM. The aouse th en went into committee of suujply. On the vote of £P38,560 for Non-conforming, Seced- ing, and Protestant ministers, Mr. ANSTEY said he now wished to call the atten- tion of the committee to the notorious vote called the Regirrwr Do inmn, upo
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPRESENTATION OF BELFAST—LORD CASTLEREAGH'S REFUSAL TO STAND.

REPRESENTATION OF BELFAST—LORD CASTLEREAGH'S REFUSAL TO STAND.

REPRESENTATION OF B 'ELFAST - LORD CASTLE-EAG1-I'3 REFUSAL TO STAND. THE eve-i has proved that our prediction war true, when, more than three weeks since, we asserted that Lord CastIcreagli had no renl intention of coming for- ward 4o contest this borough on the Liberal interest;
21 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPRESENTATION OF LONDONDERRY COUNTY.

REPRESENTATION OF LONDONDERRY COUNTY.

REPRESENTAT !ON OF LONDONDERRY COUNT:Y. Wmannomnce -with :lnch 1e'sure 'iat Mr. Bateson, M.L., arl Cr tin Jones, Ni -noe Constrvia':ive can- didatoes {r the :eprese~aktatl *. 'he noble Pro'tes'tant coun'y o? Lt cdeoricrry ia ti"e ne.t Paraitei t, have returned L tn-idoli, E4 1'co
21 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

?? 11 - vactrp. LIVE IT DOWN. SROULD envious tongues some malice frame, To soil and tarnish your good name: Live it down! Grow not disheartened, 'tis the lot Of all men, whether good or not: Live it down! Rail not in answer, but be calm; For silence yields a rapid balm: Live it d
21 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

Jgatbtoi aly ITarictim. THE COURT. THE Queen had a dinlel party on Wednesday, at Buckingham Palace. The company included the Duchess of Kent, the French Ambassador and the Countess Walewski, the Austrian Minister and the Countess Colloredo, Lady Fanny Howard, Baroness de Speth, t
21 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

variktvg. S U EI .IM E R. How glorious are the Summer days, Wfhen heaven is clear and ocean calm! Earth basks beneath the noontide blaze, And every breath is balm. And hoss delightful, underneath Some tree's dense foliage to repose, And feel the Summer's fragrant breath, As throu
02 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland