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THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

THN NAVY. The Marquis of Huntly transport has arrived in 41 days fr om Artigua.-Tbe Pallas frigate~ Capt. Walpole, was .at Barbadoes and going to .Jalaiea to assume. the command ^ ia that quarter. The Blanche frigate, Capt. Fartquhar, was taking the Bishop of Barbadoes on a visit
23 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONFESSION AND EXCECUTION OF CORDER.

CONFESSION AND EXCECUTION OF CORDER.

CONFESSION AND EXECUTION 'OF CORDER.1 -- Bu ST. EDMUNW, A I I -1The execution rif Wi. Corder, for the murder of Maria Martin, took place this day, it 12 oclock, in a large field at the reasr of the county gaol, in the presence of 12 to 14,000 persons, the greater propor- tion of
19 August 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

CH E AP - TAVTIO1EBY WAREIOEJUSE, 51, HIGH-STREET. GWEORGE, IffA1mulsox TEAS RECEIVED, per Steamer, from LONDON, H. .adarge Assortment of FINE and FANCY STA VIONERY, amongst which are- De La Rues' beautiful figured ivory Playing Cards and Cases; Embossed, Figured, and Burnished V
20 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOSEPH LANCASTER.

JOSEPH LANCASTER.

Twenty years have now passed away since the labours of this eminent individual, in tne cause of education, were the: theme of applause in every part of Europe. Kings pe ta-: nised, and Nobles flattered him. The most distingiiished persons in the nation, for wisdom and virtue, co
20 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

'GHu ARMY. The head-quarter division* (three troops) of the 301 (or King's Own) Light Dragoons, arrived at Cork on the 3d i instant, from Bristol. The troops now occupy the barra cks at Ballincollig. The head-quarter division of the 4th (or Royal rbi h) Dragoon Guards, under the
12 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLITICAL TRIALS AT PARIS.

POLITICAL TRIALS AT PARIS.

The Paris intelligence is wholly confined to the subject of the trials of the accused of the plot and insurrections of April, 1834, which commenced on the 5th. The number of Peers who have declined or refased to attend is one- f third of the whole. The first day of the trial was
12 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

EXPRESGil. OuR Express arrived last night with the London papers of SATURDAY evening, which state that despatcbes of the 29th tilt. had arrived from Lord Eliot announcing that he had effected an aleement for an exchange of prisoners be- tween Gen. Valdez and the Carlist chief Zam
12 May 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO MY INFANT SON.

TO MY INFANT SON.

r A WHY, w life son, dvst thou So sad, .o earekg.ze on rue Hastthoualready lintto dread Aheartls ofl&contely? Or with precncious gifc-d thou The traits of sorrow sadly trace, That worldly cares, wnd fears for thee, Have stamrrped upon mry father's face? Does thought already blig
08 August 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

?? To-MWorrow. TO M S. -BRUCE, JUN. Secreta Chaber of Commerce. YOU are requested to call a dENERAL- MEET. ING of the CHAMBER of COMMERCE, foi WEDNESDAY next, at TWO o'clock, to conider abou Petitioning Parliament for the admission of AME RICA b FLOUR into IRELAND, and o her Busi
12 April 1831 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUNBEAM—BY MRS. HEMANS.

THE SUNBEAM—BY MRS. HEMANS.

THE SUNBEAM-By Mns. HEMANS. THou art no lingerer in monarchs hall, A joy thou art and a wealth to all - A bearer of hope unto land and sea_ Sunbeam! what gift bath the world like thee? Thou art walking the billows, and ocean smiles, Thou hast touch'd with glory his thousand isles
26 March 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland