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THE PRESENT CRISIS.

THE PRESENT CRISIS.

TIME PRESENT CRISIS. To sh(ow thle moverrent ofd parties, at this important priod, we sulijoin two articles. The first is from [he il1orningq Chronicle, aind states that ?? ?? olishl Vrelcltes of lihi 1ilcolall ('ntliolli' Chrili- to tle. iuclllsem of' tell ci elce (ti, it lplris
April 18, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE MARQUIS OF DOWNSHIRE.

THE LATE MARQUIS OF DOWNSHIRE.

TiE LATE MARQUIS OF DOWNSHIRE. Tfle initelligence of the unexpected and awrfully sudden death of thits ?? and( highly esteem-ed noblemlan lhas caused wvide-spcead grief in Down. The County univer- sailly inuretifs his Lordship's decease. We hlave learned. that fthe. Noble Marquis
April 18, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

C?Qcirctrz; vortry. GO FORITH INTO TIHE COUNTRY. Bly TlE T.ATE 'IRS. JAMES GRAY. ;o fThrtl! bite tile country, Froi a,, orld of care and guile; Go firth to the untainted air, Anid the suishine's open snmile. It shall clear thy clouded brow- It shall loose the worldly coil That bi
April 4, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SONG OF THE RAIL.

SONG OF THE RAIL.

Iuiiie-liose, wOw, wNow,. IN davs of vore, to make a tour, ve jumped into the mnil, siir, 13it nowV, to get alonig ill style therc's notliig like the rail, sir IFrom I ivecrpool to ltali, ighlrm we nused to go in olow lime, iX bite now-ar-dayshowv Q1iriogeri thle case l- we seem
April 4, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

JBELFASl', TUESDAY., DEUEMBER "O., ENCLANI) ANT) AMERICA. Since thc recoipt of tle AAmerican Prosidoeilt's Aessage, I at docuirneit las been thrI s lelidrg I opio of discussion N1 ill eis l1 I Ittropol it ini ne'w spapprs, even to the excilsion rf 1thi iiti- spetl at ions ilfl t
December 30, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

?? all lnarietifc. It affords us great pleasure in being able to state that James Daly, Esq. so long known as representative for the county of Galway, and s0 universally regarded and re- spected in as widely an extended a circle, composed of the best and highest society in either
January 31, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

R .IMOVAL., J OIIN l Yl''LE respectfully bfrn his nltrferous e Friends and Customers, thatkW ilas this Day RE- MOVED to his now and Commodiout Premises, No. 1, NORTH-STREET, and has non on hands a large and well assorted Stock of GROCERIES, Sweet Seville and Lisbon ORANGES, Messi
January 31, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESS AND THE POTTINGER DINNER COMMITTEE.

THE PRESS AND THE POTTINGER DINNER COMMITTEE.

TJ-E PRESS ANI) TH-lE POTTINGER DINNER CoMMirmEE. The disgraceful treatment the Reporters received at tile late dinner to Sir Henry Poitinger hlas excited uni- versal surprise and indignation. The publin are of one mind on the subject. We have not heard of a single apologist for
May 6, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Varieties.

Varieties.

Farictivr,.? VTSIT TO PitPwln rr.-Arriving, asit seems, on a sudden at lPonipeii-fir, unlile a city of' ille living, it presents a i v fiatsires by which it may be dislinogishled from a dis. talne.- uie lift ou r carriage at sonie lov gates on the We. silvin si e, whieire guides
May 6, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORTALITY ON BOARD THE ECLAIR.

MORTALITY ON BOARD THE ECLAIR.

mORTALITY ON BOAR!D THE Ecr.AL R. Portsiotial, Thursdaey. Tle Eclair steam sloop left the M otlrhai nk in the night, for the Quariantine stat iou at Stiaiigate-creolk. At the lest report from her, Only eighteen white mcii were well on board twely.thieo \(we'e lying sick of the de
October 10, 1845 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland