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A SUMMER'S DAY.

A SUMMER'S DAY.

BY W. C. BRYANT. " 1T'is a snltry day; the sun has drank The dew that lay upon the morning grass; There is no rastling in the loftv elm That canopies my dwelling, and its shade Scarce cools Ice. All is silent, save the faint And interrupted murmur of the bee, Settling on the sic
28 August 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CEDARS OF LEBANON.

THE CEDARS OF LEBANON.

ty Mhe Auithor of Zetters from the Easf.) Looi; forth-the land is beautiful9 The rose fills Carmel's sacred air; The cedar trees of Lebanon Seem natural temples made for prayer. But each rose wears a deeper dye, Caught from the battle's crimson rain; And every lofty cedar's boug
17 December 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

EXpRIMESS.' ' ' ' WE received last night, as usual the. Lolodonfpapers if TueSDAY evening by express. The followingisan epitome of the proceedings in Parliament. Want of time prevents us from going further into detail to-day.- HOUSE OF LORDS-MONDAY, JULY 21. POOR LAWS AMENDMENT B
25 July 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—MONDAY, AUGUST 9.

LONDON—MONDAY, AUGUST 9.

..LON:?TD4Ar-MONDAY, AUGUST 9. 'FOTM THE FRENCH PAPERS. :PARIS-AUGUST 7, SATURDAY' EVENING. * CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES-AUG; 6. After some discussion respecting the act of the abdication of Charlos X. it was resolved to deposit it in the archives of the Chamber 'On the motion ofi-1. Br
13 August 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

PRIME WOATS. . S CARG>O of about FORTY Tons, Fresh Mealir 4A,\ Qat~s 431b.~~1jh pe u ow landing; with OA1 0 J;,SL, EYE and BARR, for Sale.-App I P JOHN GAUSSEN & CO. ponegall.Quav, 12th Aug. 130. (153 AUCT3 INS. Sale this Daay. LCANT0 33ARZLLA6 A&SIE BY AUCTION. ;iOfAS HUGHES wil
13 August 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONAGHAN—JULY 22.

MONAGHAN—JULY 22.

MONAGHAN-JULY 22. (From our Correspondent.)-In the last week of June, on or'about the 25th, a young man named Knox, the son of a respectable farmer in the parish -of- Tullycorbit, who was employed in raising stones for the erection of the-new Church in that place-had nearly compl
24 July 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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CASTLE-PL&AoE M T'f E PROPRIE1'VR ofC r A[RKB T, in Order to detot, hz,^~ WI 'ptc Professionalpursuite, will LET , p, a F u,'v b eern, ronsisting of thc MARR E the ykk LILVGN&HtUSB. plf OEn "11 Wrivten Proposalsc ll reA ujnd' forn WHOLE TERM. r Loels Poll Beyfast, July, I H>9. NE
24 July 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUMMER ASSIZES—1829.

SUMMER ASSIZES—1829.

SU?41?ER .A?RS-dS? ,HOME CIRCUIT. County of Carlow, at Carlow, Monday, 27th July. Kildare, at Athy, Wednesday, 29th. Queen's County, at Marybovough, Friday, 81st. King's County, at Phillipetowit, Tuesday, 4th August. Westmeath, at Mullingar, Friday, 7th. Mesth, at Trim, Tuesday,
24 July 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FADED WREATH—BYL. E. L.

THE FADED WREATH—BYL. E. L.

'TE FADED WREATH-BIt. B,- (From the Edinburg1 Literary Gazafft.) ' SO, long before you see these flowers. Their colours will be fled; No memory of their summer hours Left with the faded dead. ~-_Ayd wde;rd-orelse-thaY rould'hot be A 'fitt'"ngif; to, offer thee. i seem their n ??
04 September 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

THE, fBELFAST NE:WS-LETTER- FRIDAY-AUGUST 7. THE TWELFTH OF AUGUST. Our readers are aware that the twelfth of Augnst is the anniversry of his Majesty's biith. The Orangemen of Dcrry and Tyrone had publicly announced their intention of walking in procession, on that, day, for the
07 August 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland