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MODERATION AND ABSTINENCE;

MODERATION AND ABSTINENCE;

Or, Taniperncc r a!d Tee- Totrlisrn considered, InI 'nstrer to an ratttricl upopn thle latter', firom ran ?? 'Vl iUn, iii two BDrfirst prrpers. IN tile (ObO, OIOice of Wedltnesday, tile, 9thl inst. and also in tibe Xewrs-Let/cr of Friday, the 2th inst. some anonymous wnitb r, ut
April 23, 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DR. EDGAR AND TEE-TOTALISM.

DR. EDGAR AND TEE-TOTALISM.

DR. EDGAR ANID TEE-TOTALISM. Woe fird the folio;lovig ?? inl the first number of a new London journal, the TEMuVEOlNCE I INTttiJAr(itNCci ritol MR. ?? TO T'IM RtEV. Itti. EDGAR. Emleloszry a Preospeetas oif lis WVork on Aimerica, 1r0iv it the press. SLonlon, April 3d1, 1841. " DE
April 23, 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEHEMET ALI AND THE MERCHANTS OF LIVERPOOL.

MEHEMET ALI AND THE MERCHANTS OF LIVERPOOL.

MEHIEM1ET ALI AND ?? MELIClANI'S OF LI VERPOOLo. The following correspondence has Irecelitly tnkokn place between thew Paceha of Egypt and] the merchants of Lirci - pool. originatini: hy thle latter inl recognition of thle Protec- intl 11fl1icltil by 'slchninet AlIi to Britidhi r
April 23, 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

ARIUI"AIL OF AIISSIONARIES IN INDIA. Ijctters having been received from the Rev. Messrs. ,err and Glasgow, the Assembly's Missionaries to ,lia, annou')cin6 their safe arrival at Blombay, a prsver-meetie1 wvas held in Dr. Ilanna's church on Alordavy last. to give thanks to Almigh
April 23, 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROTECTION OF LIFE (IRELAND) BILL, JUNE 25.

PROTECTION OF LIFE (IRELAND) BILL, JUNE 25.

PROTECTION OF LIFE (IRELAND) BIL.L., JUNK 25, .. ?? .. . . . . . I ?? . _ . ?? ?? Or the Question that the Bill be now read a Second time, rise( House dislded :-Ayce, Si19; Neas, 04J AYES. ArkerS, .5 Coate, Sir C HI tavre, Sir H Patten, J XV ArasSir T Carry, Hesn H Ilenceage, G H
June 30, 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PRICE OF IRISH SHARES.

PRICE OF IRISH SHARES.

Shares I Iaid. Lvast Price. MISCELLANEOUS SHARES. _ Northern Bank . ?? £100 £30 £oid Belfast B ank.. ?? ?? 100 25 43 Ca)43i Ulster B a n k, . ?? ?? I 10 24 2 14i 2 lb Provincial B a n k, . .. 100 25 Roval Ba nkn ?? , , ?? , 10 12& Hibernian B a n k ?? 100 25 3q0 National Bank n
June 30, 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL INTERREGNUM.

MINISTERIAL INTERREGNUM.

AlINISTERIAL [NrERREGNUAM. It is not one of the least remarkable circumstances in the eventful career of Sir Robert Peel, that at the moment of one of his most extraordinary achievements, and, in the opinion of his admirers, one of his most brilliant triumphs, he should have suff
June 30, 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORN LAWS REPEALED.

THE CORN LAWS REPEALED.

TIHE CORN LAWS REPEALED. The measures of Sir Robert Peel for the repeal of the Corn Laws, and the recognition of the principle of Fre( Trade in this country, are now the law of the lind. Thi Royal Assent has removed them from the legislature, ans given them an immediate practical
June 30, 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

Saturday, June 27. This morning at ten o'clock, the Assistant.Barrister, JOHN GIBSON, Esq., having previously concluded the Civil bills, proceeded with the disposal of the Crown cases. During the day the following Magistrates sat on the Bench with his Worship :-The Mayor, Willia
June 30, 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, DONEGALL-SQUARE. HE FOUNDATION-STONE of this CHAPEL T will be LAID, On THU7RSDAY Morning next, the 24 July, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCE, By W. AI'CONNELL, Esq., Alderman, Assisted by the Rev. ROBERT NEWTON, D.D, who will deliver an ADDDRESS on the occasion. The Rev, Ge
June 30, 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland