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LOVE'S SECOND SIGHT.

LOVE'S SECOND SIGHT.

LOVES SECOND S[GUTT, (FIrmOD Pcatley'u As i ?? for &Stewblr,), I ?? thee long Lefore we met, M~iy dreams litl traced their form so vvell; I heard thy name, nor could forget Tlhe tender music of its spell. And when at last I saw those eyes, They ?? no wand'ring fires unknown, But
September 8, 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IIMPEIAL PARLIAMENT. |HOUSE OF LORDS-TUESDAY, JULY 1. IRISI COERCION BILL. Earl GREY had never felt more regret than on finding himself under the necessity of proposing tee renewal of the coercion act. In rising to propose the renewal of this se-. vere act, the firstf thing that
July 8, 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

2,gricalturt, &-C. FARMING OPERATIONS FOR 0 CTOBERl. Is late districts some-harvest operations will still require to be finished. Get these done without delay, as no dependance can be placed on the weather continuing good for aily length of time. Rather build the corn in small st
October 1, 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A UC CT I ON -. QUEBEC DEALS AND TILVIBER BY AUCTIOX. ROBERT J. AIENTIRE W ILL SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY W next, 6th March at DUNBAR'S DOCK, at TWELVE o'clock, tentire Cargo of the Hawekesbury, 'of 450 Tons, from QUE EC, consisting of about 17,000 Pieces7DEALS and BATTENS, Of
February 28, 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AFRICAN EXPEDITION.

THE AFRICAN EXPEDITION.

The following interesting narrative of the late expedition to explore the interior of Africa, appears in the Athmenoum. It was given to the RoyalGeographical Society of London by Mr. Laird, ore of the parties who accompanied Lander on the occasion referred to. The particulars ha
February 28, 1834 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 
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
 
DESTRUCTION OF LONDON ROYAL EXCHANGE.

DESTRUCTION OF LONDON ROYAL EXCHANGE.

""BSN' r ROYAL EXCHANGE.| ..f, i. t -- t h ?? .=s An eV U 'aent wict ?? thilnost 85 a national calamity occurred 'on' WedneOdhy night-the &oyal Ex. change is a beap of ruinF; a destructive fire lis laid waste this extensive and conimeracial building, one of the most tnagnificent
January 16, 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESCAPE OF T. S. BROWN, THE CANADIAN LEADER.

ESCAPE OF T. S. BROWN, THE CANADIAN LEADER.

l WAITTEN BY HIMSELF. To ths Edit rs of the New York Daily prlsns. ,'One ?? of British Invincibles had been driven lack ignonuit 3ioly from St. Denis, a second brigade had reireuied from St. CTarles to the barracks of Montrial, when a third brigade was'direeted on St. Denis, and
January 16, 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland