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BELFAST MARKET PRICES—JUNE 11.

BELFAST MARKET PRICES—JUNE 11.

BELFAST MARKET PRICES-JUNE 11. iA1- Q I - . - f Clot O- I I Z-r. P stone of 16b Oatmeal ?? 12s_10da13 10 Tallow, rough 4 0(, G4 ?? . new 0--0 0 PI lb of 1802. Wiite Wheaa 15 .6 - 0 0 Butter,fresh 0 9 1 0 10 Red do ?? iS0 0 0b 16cz. Barley .. .0 .0- 0 0Tobacco,leaf 0 3. 0 7 Oats ?
June 12, 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUTRAGES.

OUTRAGES.

* 1*Ii.AGES. Ahou t the middle ?? last a small row- boat, the.property of Mr. 2lo s'nalow, who resides neai.Cal- lov-hill, betweenv Ennisklllei and belitrbet, was carried off and sunk in a distant part of Louglh T~i~e, and on the 5th instant, eleven rieks of byi, bis iropertyE, w
October 20, 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REAL ADVENTURE IN A DISSECTING ROOM

REAL ADVENTURE IN A DISSECTING ROOM

REAL ADVENTUE AsA DISSECTIN&RO&M (From the Caledonian Meremry.) About the year 17,9 or 1795, when I was half mon and hisf boy, (a man: in will, but In deeds a good deal of the boy)I remember I bad just done with my apprenticeship, and S was beginning to get journeyman's wages. We
December 26, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE COLONEL CAMERON.

THE LATE COLONEL CAMERON.

~~F - ?? _ _THE LAtE COLONiEL CAMERON-The ?? beautiful and affectingg inscription on the noliinent of Colonel Cameron, is from the pen of Sir Walter Scolt: "Sacred1 to the memory of Colonel John Cameron, eldest son of Sir Ewan Cameron, of Fassiferi, Bart. whose mor- tal remains,
April 7, 1829 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE JAN 25.—There

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE JAN 25.—There

LONDON COitN-EXCHANGE JAN 2'5.-Tbere Brags ~ ~ . - tl dA ^+ was little done this morning it' the Wheat trade; still finee dry samples fully main tamned Monday's currency, having very little of such kind at market. Barley doll; and to effect sales, lower prices must be submitted t
January 29, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MISS RAMSBOTTOM TO JOHN BULL.

MISS RAMSBOTTOM TO JOHN BULL.

--M -RAMSBrOTO. JOHN'BUL-L. - .,DEA&N .t I 01 OL'45l!XiSAs quhbeZ - pected-dbe wau pat to bhetl with a g'.ll, .Whlqh sy dhepss poeitd Fulmer, who wssverydelroasu ?? g * n5 air.W' W hare had another berth -.rt otiinlly-eo hicji -1 styistihntsgthie tisiiuypsagothe ?oxpts?tfc r@iw U
August 22, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY RACES—1828.

LONDONDERRY RACES—1828.

LONDONDERRY RACES-188. WID)NrElDav, A11u64T 6.-King's Plawt-1g0 guineas- Weight for ?? mile heats. Mr Blake's b. c. Napoleon, 4, years old . ?? I I Mr Ruthven's c. c. Stanley, 4 years old ?? 2 2 Mr Wolftincroft's Emperor, 4 years old ?? 3 3 Betting 3 to I on Napoleon, who won eas
August 22, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTHERN YACHT CLUB.

NORTHERN YACHT CLUB.

BELFAST REGATTA. In Tuesday's Newas-Letter we gave the particulars of the sailing matches which took place on Monday. TUESDAY. P Te match for a Piece of Plate was sailed for by yachts of thefirst class; which was won with great facility by the n Thetis, - George, Esq. of DIblin,
June 20, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKET PRICES—REB. 21.

BELFAST MARKET PRICES—REB. 21.

BELFAST MARKET PRICES-REB. .21. VI ewt of I i2Th. tsone ofl6Fb. ?? 95. Od~lOa 8L. Tallow, rough 4. 6 (0 )0 White Wheat 9 6 -10 G6- ibof1ISoz. Red do ?? 9 0 -10° 0Butterfres...O0 10 1 0 ?? 7v l -8 0 . lb of I6o:. Oats . 5 -e - 6 4 Tobacco, leqf 4@ 0a Flourlst ?? 19 0-, 0 -O ?? 3 ?
February 22, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS JANUARY 28.

DUBLIN MARKETS JANUARY 28.

DUBLIN MARKETS -JANUARY 28. SuGAn-In good demaotd, bat we cannot quote any al teration in price since our ?? Browns 6Ss; Good do. 64s; Middling 6Ss to 66s;. Good do. 69s to 70s * Fine- 5s; yery. fine'77s; Singles, refined 95s to 97s; Powder do. 98s to 102s; Patent do: 10s to 106s
February 1, 1828 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland