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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

A REVISED PASf GE VARRANT FOR OFFICERS OF SI-Il he . the War Office, Mlay 6, 1844. SIR-1 hai# the honour to enclose her Majesty's war- rant of this date, revising the warrant of the 19th of October, 1842, for regulating the passages and passage allowance of officers of the army
June 18, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RESIDUARY ASSEMBLY.

RESIDUARY ASSEMBLY.

RESIDUAIRY ASSEMBLY. The Residuary Assembly was opened yesterdlay with the usual ceremonies. A levee was held, in the forenoon, di at Holyrood I-louse, by the Lord l-ligh Commissioner, at which a great number of distinguished persounges were presented. Between eleven and twelve o
May 21, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE.

INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE.

(Front -A Winter in Italy," by Mrs. Ashton Yates.) Ouracquaintance with ayoung clergyman, who had some interest among the Cardinals, obtained for us tbe honour of an interview with the pope. We were a party of about tvelve, anll on being told that we were all English, he dispens
August 30, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCIH. THE MIORIT REV. DR. BLAKE AND llEV. DR. KEENAN. On Sunday, the 25th inst. a new scene occurred at Ailagheral Chapel, in the parish of Drumballyroiiy. The Rev. Dr. Keenan was at the gate in his gig, when Rev. John Machen, Administrator of Banbridge, Tullylish, Se
August 30, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

I BErTFAST SHIP NEWS. AR It I V ED. Aug. 26-Glovwworm (at). Dessic, Ardrooson Lord Fravkfurt. Lofroy. Donaghadee, general cargo 27-Ruby, Rogers, Larne, flour Queen Victoria (kt), Church, Dublin Aurora, (st) Andterson, Glasgow Princess Alice (at), I.atnb. Fleetwood Elizabeth. Rea,
August 30, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PHANTOM SHIP.

THE PHANTOM SHIP.

I ITIE PHANTOM SHIP. Some fifty years since, the writer of tite follobing siketti hvaq ntar the termination-of a long voyage. We richedl the northern point of Scotland, and then sailed southwtyards, bet ween 4he Shetlantd isles, into the Gertnan Ocean. Wecould very easily disting
August 30, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATAL ACCIDENT AND DEATH OF LORD WILLIAM HILL.

FATAL ACCIDENT AND DEATH OF LORD WILLIAM HILL.

FATAL ACCI)ENT AND D)EATII OF LORD WILLIAM H11ILL About one o'clock vesterday, while following tile stlag- hounids in the neiihboi'lrood of' Whirton, nerirI' lpswiveIl, a fiatal aceirdenrt occur-red to Lord Williaimr Hill. Tltre hoise wdiuh tbe niforfrtunirte Nobleman was riding
March 22, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INDIA AND CHINA.

INDIA AND CHINA.

1N)DIA AN'SD U111A-A. C A PT 'U 13E OVF ~IV WAI 0R. [leilitet'iiiettep bio'ligt Ii this OV1erl-tid Malpo- ",Ss' eal at inrest. As tli( Gov'rnor-Cdetieril could; itoiat'i'h t lie Briltishi attorl illte siadfia, iiid till the 25tt of' Di p it iiitered'i that sirtrut t" l ntm', lit
March 12, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL BLASPHEMY.

REPEAL BLASPHEMY.

V1E1.l\1, lA BIASPI[IItMy. I'AlIArLI.'L hE-rVEiEE DANIEIL OCONNE'IL AXD I"' IlOlOTR!! El CONSI'II(.TOIIS AND THEil I.()IID JESUS ClilO'RI- A CONISIDEItIABIE ti l1C ZIgO, SO{lf Cil(en1lStlince 0!, 0-e' oecurrelld-1t preseot vwe forget its exact nature-hbut it as suctih as compelle
March 12, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTH On the lith inst. at Bangor the Lady of the Rey Samuel Blair, Minister of Ballygrainey, of a daughter. IVIARRIED. On the Ith linRt. in St Ann's Church, by the Rev J. S. Moosell, Mr David Brilton, to Margaret, only daughter of Mr Thomans Ewart, mnslin maonfactiurer. Wesley-p
December 20, 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland