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1843  Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918 - 1943   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

 

Preface, Table of Contents, Errata, Lunations, Table of Reciprocal Distances. GPO, Churches. Section 1

next :  Section 2    Section 3    Section 4

also

Errata

Lunations 1843 1844

A Table of Reciprocal Distances

General Post Office, Belfast

Churches

HENDERSON'S

NEW BELFAST DIRECTORY

and

NORTHERN REPOSITORY

FOR 1843 - 44

Containing information relating to the

COUNTIES OF ANTRIM, ARMAGH and DOWN

With lists of the inhabitants of the chief towns.

also an alphabetical

LIST OF THE INHABITANTS OF BELFAST

together with a

STREET DIRECTORY

and a

Classification of Trades and Professions

also a

Plan of Belfast, Map of Antrim, and Distance Table of Ireland

BELFAST

JOHN HENDERSON, 15 1/2 CASTLE PLACE

1843

____________

PREFACE

In publishing for the first time a Directory for Belfast, the Publisher takes the opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to those friends who have aided him in the undertaking by their suggestions and advice, and trusts that on inspection it will be found worthy the patronage of the Mercantile Community of Ulster, not only on account of the vast quantity of information that it contains, in comparison with former works of the kind, while the price is even lower, but from its general accuracy and the superior style in which it is got up.

Every Possible exertion shall be used to make all succeeding editions still more acceptable, and it will be esteemed a particular favour to have any inaccuracies that may appear in the following pages pointed out, in order that they may be duly rectified and avoided for the future. Books will be opened for this purpose by him, so that succeeding editions may be, if possible, still more correct.

In the Prospectus, a view of the Long Bridge was promised, instead of which a Map of the County of Antrim, and a Distance Table of all Ireland, is substituted, which, it is hoped, will be found of greater utility.

TABLE OF CONTENTS             top

Admiralty, Court of
   Proctors of
   Commissioners, for Affidavits in,
Adjt. General's Department
Army Agents, London
Army Agents, Dublin
Association, Ulster Teachers'
   Master Mariners
   For Discountenancing Vice
   Northern Sunday School
Antrim, County of
   Population of
   Lieutenant of
   Representatives for
   Deputy Lieutenants of
   Magistrates for
   Militia Staff
   Assistant Barristers of
   Jail
   Inspector of Weights and Measures
   Board of Superintendance of Prisons
   Board of Superintendance for Public Charities
   Commissioners
   District Lunatic Asylum
   Committee of Valuation
   High Constables and Collectors of Cess
   Infirmary of
   Custos Rotulorum of
   Dispensaries of
   Petty Sessions of
   Resident Magistrates
   Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors of Po
lice for
  
Principal Clergy of Established Church for
   Sheriff of
   Town of
Armagh, County of
   Population of
   Representatives of
   Lieutenant of
   Deputy Lieutenants of
   Sheriff of
   Custos Rotulorum of
   Magistrates of
   Militia Staff of
   Jail of
   infirmary of
   District Lunatic Asylum
   Resident Magistrates of
   Principal Clergy of Established Church
   Town of
Aerated Water Manufacturers
Agents,
Alabaster Manufacturers
Apothecaries
Architects
Artists
Assurance Offices
Auctioneers

Benchers if Queen's Inns
Barristers at Law
Barrack Masters
Belfast, Borough of
   Population of
   General Boundary of
   Municipal Wards
   Representatives
   Mayor of
   Aldermen of
   Town Councillors of
   Ward Assessors of
   Banking Companies
      Northern,
      Ulster
      Bank of Ireland Office
      Saving's Bank
      Provincial
   Cricket Club
   Rhetorical Society
Baronets of England, resident in Ireland
   Of Ireland
   Of the United Kingdom
Belfast Corporation, Belfast
Belfast Monte de Piete
Ballymena, town of
Ballymoney, town of
Banbridge, town of
Bangor, town of
Belfast
   Alphabetical List of Streets, Squares, Lanes, Places, Dicks, Quays, etc.
   Names of the Inhabitants in the Principal Streets of
   Alphabetical List of Gentry, Merchants, Manufacturers, Traders, etc.
Bakers
Banks

Chancery, Court of
   Masters in
   Examiners in
Common Pleas, Court of
Consistorial Court
Consistorial and Metropolitan Court of Armagh
Crown Solicitors
Court of Appeals in Revenue Causes
   Civil Bill
   City Record
Crown Lands and Quit Rents
Collectors and Comptrollers of Irish Ports
Customs, Tariff of
Custom-house, Belfast
Chamber of Commerce, Belfast
Consuls of Foreign Powers, Belfast
Coaches, Mail and Stage
Carrickfergus, town of
Cookstown, town of
Counsel, Queen's
Coleraine, town of
Clergy, Principal Catholic of Ulster
Chemists
Carriers' Quarters
Carvers and Gilders
Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors
Coach Makers
Chemists, Manufacturing
Coal Merchants and Factors
Comb and Spoon Makers
Commission Merchants
Confectioners
Coopers
Copper and Tinplate Workers
Cotton Spinners
Cork Cutters
Cotton Yarn Merchants
Cutlers
Council of the Natural History and Philosophical Society

Delegates, High Court of
Debtors, Insolvent Court of
Down, County of
   Population of
   Representatives of
   Lieutenant of
   Sheriff of
   Custos Rotulorum of
   Deputy Lieutenants of
   Magistrates of
   Militia Staff of
   Jail of
   Infirmary of
   District Lunatic Asylum of
   Commissioners of Affidavits
   Petty Sessions in
   Resident Magistrates of
   Principal Clergy of Established Church
Donaghadee, town of
Downpatrick, town of
Dungannon, town of
Druggists
Dentists
Distiller
Dress-makers and Milliners
Druggists, Chemists, etc.
Druggists, Wholesale Oil and Colour Merchants
Drysalters, and Crown Glass Importers
Dyers

Ecclesiastical Department
   Irish Prelates and Deans of Cathedral Churches
   General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in Ireland
   Presbyterian Synod of Munster
   Presbytery of Antrim
   Remonstrant Syn. of Ulster
   Secession Synod
Exchequer, Court of
   Equity Side of
   Law Side of
   Chamber Court of
Estates, Fortified Office for
Excise Duties
   Office, Belfast
Earthenware, Glass and China Warehouses
Engravers, Lithographers and Copperplate Printers

First Fruits' Office, Records of
Feather Merchants
Fish Merchants
Flax Merchants
Flax Spinners
Fleshers
Flour Merchants and Millers

General Officers Commanding Districts
Glass Manufacturers
Glue Manufacturers
Grain Merchants
Grocers, Wholesale and Retail and Tea Dealers
Gun-makers

Hospital, Lying-in
Hillsborough, town of
Holywood, town of
Hackle and Gill-makers
Hair-dressers
Hardware Merchants
Hatters
Hide Merchants

Ireland, Population of
Imprest Accounts, Office of Records
Irish Bankers
Institutions, Literary and Scientific
   Benevolent and Charitable
   Royal Belfast Academical
   Ulster, for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
Inns and Hotels

Iron-founders
   and Machine-makers
   and Brass-founders, Millwrights, and Engineers
   and Tin-plate Merchants

Jaunting Cars, Stands for

Knights of British and Foreign Orders
   Bachelors
Killileagh, town of
Kirkcubbin, town of

Letters, Inland Rates of Postage of
   Colonial and East Indies
   Ship
   Dead Office
   Refused
   to, from and through France
List of Principal places abroad, with the countries to which Letters are forwarded
Lord Lieutenant
   Lieutenant's Household
   Lieutenant's Chaplains
   Chief Secretary's Office
Law Terms
   Department
Land Revenue Department
Life, Annuities, Dublin
Lord Lieutenants of Ireland since 1361
London Bankers
Library, Religious Circulating
Local Law Courts, Belfast
   Manor Courts
   Quarter Sessions
   Petty Sessions
   Joint Stock Companies
      Flour and Bread
Larne, town of
Lisburn, town of
Lurgan, town of
Leather Merchants and Cutters
Linen Drapers
   Manufacturers
   Merchants
   and Linen Yarn Factors
   Yarn Merchants
   Thread Manufacturers

Money, Transmission of
   Orders
Mails, Foreign
Manor Courts, Dublin
Military Department, Ireland
Ministers, Her Majesty's
Markets, Belfast
Machine-makers
Maltsters
Marble and Stone Merchants
Markethill, town of
Masters in Chancery and Commissioners
Mercers, Drapers, Haberdashers, etc.
Merchants
Music Sellers and Musical Instrument Warehouses
Muslin Manufacturers

Newspapers, Postage of
   to and from Foreign countries
   to and from British Colonies
   to, from and through France
Naval Departments, Ireland
Newspapers, Belfast
Newtownards, town of
Notaries, Public
Nursery and Seedsmen

Post Office, Belfast
Parliament, Printed Voted, etc.
Packet Boats, Daily Statement of
   Stations of
Periodicals, Works, etc.
   Postage of, to France
Privy Council
   Seal, Ireland
Peers of Ireland
   of the Royal Blood
Peeress in her own right
Peerages, Irish claimed
Perogative Court
   Proctors of
Paymaster for Civil Services, Office
Population of Ireland, Records of
Post Office, Dublin
Privy Council
Poor Rates, Tenant's deduction on account of
  Law Union, Belfast
Penitentiary, Ulster Female
Public Worship, Houses of
Porters, Luggage
Pilotage
   per Tug-boats
Port Rates
Post Towns, Irish
   English
   Scotch
Portaferry, town of
Painters
Paper-makers
Pawnbrokers
Physicians
Piano-Forte-makers, Tuners and Repairers
Plasterers
Plumbers and Lead merchants
Printers, Letter-press
Provision Merchants

Queen
Queen's Bench, Court of
   Inn's
Quarter Master General's Department

Representative Peers for Ireland
Record Tower
Representative Bishops, Ireland
Registry of Decrees, Office
   of Deeds
Revenue Department
Record Department, Paymaster for Civil Services
   Tower
Revenue of Customs, Ireland
   of Excise, Ireland
Royal Artillery and Engineers
Recruiting Districts
Royal Family of Great Britain
Railway, Ulster
   Time Table
Rates for Carriers and Porters
   Luggage Porters
   Chimney Sweeps
   Chairmen
   Jaunting Cars
   the Port of Belfast
Rectifying Distillers
Rope and Twine-makers

State Paper Department
St. Patrick, Knights of
Sessions, Quarter
   County Dublin
Surveyor General's Office, Records of
Stamp Office, Dublin
Staff of Ireland
Stamp Duties, Ireland
Society, Botanical and Horticultural
   for the promotion of Knowledge
   Medical
   Musical
   Anacreontic
   Choral
   Charitable
   Ladies, for clothing the poor
   for the relief of the destitute sick
   Religious
   Bible
   Ulster Religious Tract and Book
   Seamen's Friend
   Total Abstinence
   Ulster Temperance
   Unitarian, for the diffusion of Christian knowledge
   Down & Connor Clergy aid and additional Curates' Fund
   Down, Connor & Dromore Church Education
   For promotion of the growth of Flax
Schools - Belfast Academy
   Lancasterian National
   Diocesan Seminary
   Donegall Street National
   Brown Street Sunday and Daily
Steamers, Belfast
Saddlers and Harness-makers
Salt Merchants
Ship Builders
Ship Chandlers
Shuttle-makers
Soap and Candle-makers
Solicitor and Attorneys
Starch Manufacturers
Stay and Corset-makers
Straw Bonnet-makers
Surgeons

Titles usually borne by eldest sons of Peers in Ireland
   Foreign
   Ancient Irish
Taxing Officers
Town Mission
Tailors
Tanners
Taverns and Publicans
Teachers and Professors
Tea Merchants
Timber Merchants
Tobacco Manufacturers
Toy Warehouses

Upholsterers

Vice Admirals, Ireland
Veterinary Surgeons

Water Commissioners, Belfast
Watch and Clock-makers
Watch-glass Makers
Wholesale London, Manchester and Dutch Warehouses
Wholesale Printers Calico, Muslin and Trimming Warehouses
Wine Merchants
Wine and Spirit Merchants
ERRATA   top

7 Castle Place, read George C. Hyndman
22 Earl Street, read Edward King, Apothecary
4 Elliott's Court, read S. R. Symmonds
38 Fountain Street, read Miss Burns
89 and 91 High Street, for Thomsons and Finlay, read C. & W. Finlay, Grocers, Tea and Wine Merchants
for Fortune and Learmouth, read Fortune and Learmonth
74 James's Street, read Thomas Louden, Baker
1 Montgomery Street, for Turney and Reid, read Alexander Turney, Coach Maker
115 North Street, read Thomas Saunders
2 College Square East, for Robert McCarson, read Robert M. Carson.
18 Rosemary Street, for Thomas Green, Son and Co., read Thomas Greer, Sons and Co.
40 Rosemary Street, for Richard Vance and Co., read Richard Vance
for Burges, Miss, dress maker, read, Burns, Miss
for Christie, Mrs., 53 York Street, read Christie, Mrs., haberdasher, 53 North Street
read Clack, George, Ordnance Department, 5 Antrim Place
read Colville, Samuel, 23 Bridge Street
read John Galbraith & Co., Commission Merchants and Flax Factors
read William Garner, Esq., Agent for the receipt of Rents, Castle Chambers. - Residence, 37 Queen Street

LUNATIONS    top

Lunations 1843

Sun Rises & Sets

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

Fri.

Sat.

July
First Quarter, 3rd Day, 2h. 32m. A
Full Moon, 11th Day, 4h. 21m. M
Last Quarter, 19th Day, 7h. 57m. M
New Moon, 26th Day, 7h. 9m. M

August
First Quarter, 1st Day, 9h. 55m. A
Full Moon, 9th Day, 7h. 32m. A
Last Quarter, 17th Day, 8h. 32m. A
New Moon, 24th Day, 2h. 27m. A
First Quarter, 31st Day, 6h. 43m. M

September
Full Moon, 8th Day, 11h. 39m. M
Last Quarter, 16th day, 7h. 16m. M
New Moon, 22nd Day, 10h. 27m. A
First Quarter, 29th Day, 11h.32. A

October
Full Moon, 8th Day, 3h. 56m. M
Last Quarter, 15th Day, 4h. 25m. A
New Moon, 22nd Day, 8h. 4m. M
First Quarter, 29th Day, 6h. 3m. A

November
Full Moon, 5th Day, 7h. 43m. A
Last Quarter, 14th Day, 0h. 19m. M
New Moon, 20th Day, 8h. qm. A
First Quarter, 28th Day, 2h. 56m. A

December
Full Moon, 6th Day, 10h. 23m. M
Last Quarter, 13th Day, 7h. 44m. M
New Moon, 20th Day, 10h. 40m. M
First Quarter, 28th Day, 0h. 18m. A

h.   m.   h.
3    46    9
3    51    9
3    58    9
4      6    8
4    16    8

4    19    8
4    28    8
4    39    8
4    52    8
5      5    7

5    14    7
5    18    7
5    32    7
5    45    7
5    59    7

6    13    6
6    26    6
6    40    6
6    54    6
7      6    5

7    12    5
7    20    5
7    31    5
7    42    5
7    51    5

7    57    5
7    59    5
8      4    2
8      7    4
8      8    4
8      5    4


 2
 9
16
23
30


  6
13
23
27


  3
10
17
24

 1
 8
15
22
29


  5
12
19
26


  3
10
17
24
31


  3
10
17
24
31


  7
14
21
28


  4
11
18
25

 2
 9
16
23
30


  6
13
20
27


  4
11
18
25


  4
11
18
25


  1
  8
15
22
29


  5
12
19
26

  3
10
17
24
31


  7
14
21
28


  5
12
19
26


  5
12
19
26


  2
  9
16
23
30


  6
13
20
27


  4
11
18
25

  1
  8
15
22
29


  6
13
20
27


  6
13
20
27


  3
10
17
24
31


  7
14
21
28


  5
12
19
26

  2
  9
16
23
30


  7
14
21
28


  7
14
21
28


  4
11
18
25


  1
  8
15
22
29


  6
13
20
27

  2
10
17
24


  1
  8
15
22
29

  1
  8
15
22
29


  5
12
19
26


  2
  9
16
23
30


  7
14
21
28

  4
11
18
25


  2
  9
16
23
30

Lunations 1844

Sun Rises & Sets

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

Fri.

Sat.

January
Full Moon, 4th Day, 11h. 39m. N
Last Quarter, 11th Day, 3h. 53m. A
New Moon, 19th Day, 3h. 43m. M
First Quarter, 27th Day, 8h. 24m. M

February
Full Moon, 3rd Day, 11h. 15m. M
Last Quarter, 10th Day, 1h. 56m. M
New Moon, 17th Day, 10h. 5m. N
First Quarter, 26th Day, 1h. 42m. A

March
Full Moon, 4th Day, 9h. 21m. A
Last Quarter, 11th Day, 2h. 26m. A
New Moon, 19th Day, 4h. 23m. A
First Quarter, 27th Day, 3h. 10m. A

April
Full Moon, 3rd Day, 6h. 23m. M
Last Quarter, 10th Day, 5h. 9m. M
New Moon, 18th Day, 9h. 20m. M
First Quarter, 26th Day, 0h. 36m. M

May
Full Moon, 2nd Day, 2h. 59m. A
Last Quarter, 9th Day, 9h. 21m. A
New Moon, 18th Day, 0h. 6m. M
First Quarter, 25th Day, 6h. 52m. M
Full Moon, 31st Day, 11h. 58m. N

June
Last Quarter, 8th day, 2h. 18m. A
New Moon, 16th Day, 0h. 22m. A
First Quarter, 23rd Day, 11h. 15m. A
Full Moon, 30th Day, 10h. 4m. M

h. m. h.
8      5    4
8      0    4
7    43    5
7    44    5
7    34    5

7    27    5
7    22    5
7      9    5
6    56    6
6    43    6

6    35    6
6    31    6
6    17    6
6      3    6
5    49    7
5    36    7

5    34    7
5    22    7
5      8    7
4    55    8
4    28    8

4    35    8
4    30    8
4    19    8
4      8    8
3    58    9

3    53    9
3    52    9
3    46    9
3    43    9
3    43    9
3    45    9



  7
14
21
28


  4
11
18
25


  3
10
17
24
31
 

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14
21
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  5
12
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  9
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  8
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  8
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11
18
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  9
16
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13
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  9
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A TABLE OF RECIPROCAL DISTANCES    top
of the
PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF IRELAND

With the distance from each other and of each from Dublin
Note - Eleven Miles Irish are equal to Fourteen English
Explanation - The names of the Towns wanted in the perpendicular and sloping alphabets, and the intersection of the lines will give the distance. Thus from Drogheda to Belfast, 57 miles.

DUBLIN
Armagh
Athlone
Ballyshannon
Bandon 
Belfast
Cashel
Charlemont
Clonmel
Coleraine
Cork
Donaghadee
Donegal
Drogheda
Dundalk
Ennis
Enniskillen
Galway
Kildare
Kilkenny
Kinsale
Limerick
Lisburn
Londonderry
Monaghan
Mullingar
Newry
New Ross
Omagh
Phillipstown
Portarlington
Roscommon
Sligo
Strabane
Tipperary
Tralee
Trim
Waterford
Wexford
Wicklow
Youghal
DUBLIN, from London, 322
  62/ Armagh
  60/  82/Athlone
101/  63/  71/Ballyshannon
137/194/127/198/Bandon
  80/ 31/110/106/217/Belfast
  76/140/ 70/141/ 57/156/Cashel
  68/   6/  79/ 50/205/ 31/132/Charlemont
182/151/  81/152/ 56/162/ 11/153/Clonmel
109/  47/126/  64/251/ 46/193/ 38/194/Coleraine
124/186/114/185/  13/204/ 46/ 33/  43/233/Cork
  94/ 46/125/121/232/  16/172/ 47/179/  57/218/Donaghadee
114/ 74/  81/  10/208/  87/151/ 68/163/  54/195/103/Donegal
  23/ 40/  62/  87/153/  57/100/ 46/105/  91/148/ 74/  97/Drogheda
  40/ 25/  68/  87/178/  40/116/ 27/122/  71/164/ 54/  97/  17/Dundalk
112/132/ 53/121/  82/164/  50/138/  62/179/ 71/180/131/123/121/Ennis
  79/ 41/  67/ 21/194/  73/144/  47/149/  69/181/  89/ 32/  66/  49/121/Enniskillen
103/115/ 47/  88/111/147/  78/121/  93/156/ 98/163/ 98/106/112/  32/  94/Galway
  24/  90/ 47/106/113/104/  52/  92/ 62/135/105/118/116/ 48/  65/  92/  90/  80/Kildare
  58/125/ 66/138/  80/137/  29/126/ 25/175/  69/152/143/ 81/  98/  79/104/  85/  34/Kilkenny
135/197/125/196/   9/215/  57/203/ 54/251/  11/233/206/159/176/  82/192/109/116/  78/Kinsale
  92/148/ 69/140/ 60/171/  30/150/  40/195/ 49/186/150/  18/134/  20/137/  48/  69/  60/  60/Limerick
  73/ 24/103/100/210/   7/149/ 24/155/  53/197/  23/ 80/  50/  33/157/  66/140/  97/130/208/164/Lisburn
114/ 48/114/  45/241/ 70/185/ 48/177/  23/224/  71/ 33/  91/  74/167/  48/142/138/161/237/179/  76/Londonderry
  62/ 13/  65/ 46/191/  45/124/ 18/131/ 56/178/  60/  56/  37/ 23/118/  28/100/  74/118/189/124/  38/  52/Monaghan
  38/ 67/  23/ 76/122/  85/  69/ 73/ 80/109/100/100/  86/  39/ 45/  76/  54/  66/ 36/  61/127/  78/  78/101/  53/Mullingar
  50/ 15/  79/ 79/188/  30/123/ 21/132/ 64/174/  44/  89/  27/ 10/131/  55/122/ 75/108/187/144/  23/  63/  26/  55/Newry
  67/129/ 75/159/ 89/147/ 34/118/ 37/176/  76/161/181/  90/107/ 84/136/125/  48/  21/ 87/  77/140/181/135/  82/117/New Ross
  86/ 30/  87/ 42/197/ 53/140/ 28/151/ 50/197/  68/  30/  64/ 47/157/  20/113/106/133/209/151/  46/  28/ 24/  73/  48/153/Omagh
  38/ 82/  23/ 91/112/ 97/  55/ 88/ 62/127/102/112/101/  45/ 58/  82/  72/  68/  19/ 47/113/  62/  90/116/  68/ 15/  69/  61/  88/Phillipstown
  36/ 98/ 30/101/104/116/ 46/104/ 57/145/ 91/130/150/  58/  76/ 83/  79/  68/  11/  38/103/ 63/109/126/  77/  25/  73/  51/  98/  10/Portarlington
  69/ 77/ 15/  58/142/109/ 85/ 83/ 96/127/130/125/ 69/  68/  74/ 68/  54/  38/  62/  83/142/ 84/102/102/  64/  38/  83/  90/  74/  40/  45/Roscommon
101/ 72/ 61/ 20/188/105/131/ 78/142/ 84/177/120/ 30/  87/  87/109/  30/  67/102/128/188/127/ 98/  62/  56/  66/  86/136/  50/  82/  91/  42/Sligo
101/ 39/101/56/211/  67/154/ 33/165/ 36/211/  83/ 26/ 78/  61/171/  34/127/120/147/223/165/  60/  14/  38/  87/  62/168/  14/102/112/  88/  64/Strabane
 86/149/69/150/ 53/165/  10/155/ 20/205/ 41/182/160/109/125/ 43/153/  73/  62/ 38/  52/   21/158/177/133/  78/132/  57/149/  64/  56/  85/140/131/Tipperary
144/199/119/190/50/222/ 82/202/78/245/ 48/236/200/168/185/ 70/188/ 102/117/102/  59/  50/215/235/175/129/195/115/ 207/112/113/134/177/292/  75/Tralee
 22/  57/  43/ 81/127/ 72/ 80/ 63/88/109/128/ 87/  91/  20/ 33/107/ 60/  87/  30/  65/139/  87/  68/  96/  44/  21/ 43/  98/  68/  25/  30/  53/  83/  82/  89/137/Trim
 76/140/  92/162/ 72/154/35/144/25/185/ 64/170/172/ 98/115/ 86/160/117/  61/  25/ 69/  66/ 149/190/146/  88/125/  12/162/  74/  62/ 107/155/177/  44/103/ 80/Waterford
 66/136/107/178/96/146/60/ 134/49/175/ 89/162/188/ 95/111/111/148/142/ 60/  40/ 94/  91/ 139/180/158/  89/ 122/  19/152/ 87/  64/ 122/157/ 167/ 69/ 129/ 83/ 25/Wexford
 24/ 86/ 83/125/131/104/83/  92/74/133/117/118/135/47/ 64/ 133/ 103/134/ 37/ 55/146/114/  97/ 138/  86/  62/  74/  50/ 110/52/  52/  98/ 129/ 125/ 92/ 168/ 45/ 58/ 47/Wicklow
104/186/114/185/37/188/40/176/27/217/ 24/202/222/131/148/ 84/181/108/ 91/ 51/  35/ 60/ 181/ 222/ 162/109/158/  48/ 178/94/  84/ 129/ 175/ 192/ 47/  72/130/ 36/60/95/Youghal

GENERAL POST OFFICE, BELFAST   top
The Following Table Exhibits the Hours of Closing, Despatch, Arrival of Mails, and Delivery of Letters in Belfast.

Belfast Mails

Letter box closes

Despatch

Arrives

Delivered


Foreign, English and Dublin, and South & West of Ireland
Dublin Day Mail
Scotland
Ballymena, Coleraine, Derry, etc.
Armagh, Monaghan, Enniskillen. etc.
Comber, Downpatrick, etc.
Carrickfergus, Larne, etc.
Holywood and Bangor
Portaferry

h.   m.
5.30 A
10.  0 A   
8   0 M 
1  15 A 
5  30 A 
12  40 A    
8    0 A  
9  30 M   

h.   m.
6.30 A
6   0 M 
9   0 M 
2   0 A 
6  40 A
1 10 A
9   0 M
9   0 M
10   0 M   

h.   m.
8.30 M
8 20 A
12   0 M   
7 30 M
7 30 M
1 45 A
6   0 A
5 30 A
6   0 A

h.   m.
9.15 M
8 40 A
12  20 A  
9  15 M
9  15 M
2   0 A
6 40 A
6 40 A
6 40 A

N. B. - After the box closes for each despatch, letters will be forwarded at a charge of one penny for the first 30 minutes ; afterwards until the mails are made up, the fee will be three pence.
One morning delivery in Sundays
LETTERS
Inland Rates of Postage

Above

1/2 ounce
1 ounce
2 ounce
3 ounce
4 ounce
5 ounce
6 ounce
7 ounce

not above
1/2 ounce.
1 ounce
2 ounce
3 ounce
4 ounce
5 ounce
6 ounce
7 ounce
8 ounce

Pre-Paid

Unpaid

Above

8 ounces
9 ounces
10 ounces
11 ounces
12 ounces
13 ounces
14 ounces
15 ounces

not above

9 ounces
10 ounces
11 ounces
12 ounces
13 ounces
14 ounces
15 ounces
16 ounces

Pre-Paid

Unpaid

s.   d.
0    1
0    2
0    4
0    6
0    8
0  10
1    0
1    2
1    4

s.   d.
0    2
0    4
0    8
1    0
1    4
1    8
2    0
2    4
2    8

s.   d.
1    6
1    8
1  10
2    0
2    2
2    4
2    6
2    8

s.   d.
3    0
3    4
3    8
4    0
4    4
4    8
5    0
5    4

The Post Office does not convey packages exceeding 16 ounces in weight inland, except in the case of Parliamentary papers, and other privileged documents/
Colonial and East India Letters by Packet. Rates of Postage

Not above 1/2 oz.                               1s.
Above 1/2 oz. and not above 1 oz.   4s.
Above 1 oz. and not above 2 oz.      4s.
Above 2 oz. and not above 3 oz.   6s.
Above 3 oz. and not above 4 oz.   8s.
Above 4 oz. and not above 5 oz.  10s.

And so on, half ounces not being counted when the letter exceeds 1 oz. The Postage is uniform, and applies in whatever part of the United Kingdom the letter is posted, or whatever colony it is directed to ; the pre-payment of which is optional in all cases, except in India. Letters however, to and from Upper and Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia (except the ports of St. John's and Halifax,) are charged an additional internal colonial rate of 2d. single, when sent by the contract steam packets, which are despatched from Liverpool on the 3rd and 18th of each month, except December, January, February and March, in which there is only despatch on the 3rd. But if letters are specially addressed "via Boston," they are sent with the United States Mail, and are only chargeable 1s. single, which must be pre-paid.
In the case of East India letters, this rate applies only to those passing by the Falmouth packets, and thence overland, and not to those passing in the first place through France. They are despatched from Falmouth on the 2nd of each month ; the postage must be pre-paid.
The packets for the British West Indies, including Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Berbice, Demerara, Dominica, Essaquibo, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago, Tortola, and Trinidad, are despatched from Falmouth on the 1st and 15th of each month.

Ship Letters

These include letters passing by private ship between any place in the United Kingdom and a place beyond seas, foreign or colonial, including Ceylon, the Mauritius, the Cape, and the East Indies. All ship letters must be pre-paid.
By the Ship Letter Act it is enacted, "That every master of a vessel immediately on his arrival in port, shall take the whole of his letters to the Post Office, under the penalty of £200 ; and the captain must sign a declaration that every letter has been so delivered, before his vessel can be permitted to report at the Custom House."
Letters are sent to and from Great Britain or Ireland by private ships or steamers other than packets, if specially marked "ship letter" - or by "private ship" for eightpence, if under half ounce in weight, and must be pre-paid, and so on in proportion.

Rates of Postage

Not above 1/2 oz.                                         0s. 8d.
Above 1/2 oz. and not above 1 oz.             1s. 4d.
Above 1 oz. and not above 2 oz.                2s. 8d.

Above 2 oz. and not above 3 oz.                4s. 0d.
Above 3 oz. and not above 4 oz.                5s. 4d.
Above 4 oz. and not above 5 oz.                6s. 8d.

and so on Progressively.
When letters are not specially marked by the sender, with the words "by ship" or "by private ship" or if not pre-paid, they are liable to be sent by packet, and charged packet rates.

Dead Letter Office

Letters and packets exceeding 16 ounces in weight, cannot be forwarded to their destination, but must be sent to the Dead Letter Office, with exception of the following:- parliamentary proceedings, letters and packets addressed to, or received from places beyond sea, letters and packets to and from public departments, and to and from public officers, who franked by virtue of their office, deeds, if transmitted under such regulations as the post master general may consider necessary.

Refused Letters

Letters refused by parties to whom directed, or letters for persons who cannot be found, are opened, and returned on payment of the postage.

Printed Votes and Proceedings in Parliament, etc.

Printed votes and proceedings of Parliament, and of the Colonial Legislatives, transmitted by post between places in the United Kingdom and the Colonies, (subject, however, to all the existing regulations and restrictions,) will be liable to the following rates of postage :-
For any weight not exceeding four ounces                                                                   1d.
For any weight exceeding four ounces, and not exceeding eight ounces                2d.
For any weight exceeding eight ounces, and not exceeding twelve ounces            3d.
For any weight exceeding twelve ounces, and not exceeding sixteen ounces        4d.
And so on in proportion, viz., for every additional four ounces in weight above the weight of sixteen ounces, an additional rate of one penny, it being understood that any lesser weight than four ounces shall be charged as four ounces.
No additional charge will be made upon the said printed votes or proceedings when the postage is not paid in advance.
These rates and regulations, however, do not extend to such votes and proceedings as shall be sent through France, or which shall be transmitted to the East Indies, via, Falmouth and Alexandria.
If transmitted by private vessels, they will be liable to double the above rates.

Transmission of Money, and Money Orders

In the transmission of small sums, the use of the Money order Office is recommended, where an order from any one Post Office on any other, for any sum not exceeding £2, may be obtained for 3d., and for a sum between that and £5, for 6d. In cases where personal attendance is inconvenient, if the receipt is properly signed by the person to whom the order is made payable, and the party presenting the order for payment can afford full information as to the christian name, surname, address and occupation of the person who originally obtained the order, payment will be made to the party presenting the order, but unless these conditions are strictly complied with, it will be refused. In the case of very small sums, the transmission of an equivalent value in Post Office stamps may be had recourse to. Where bank notes or drafts to bearer are sent, it is recommended that they be cut in two, the halves being sent by different posts. In the case of bank notes and post bills, a note of the numbers and amounts should be preserved.

Newspapers

Stamped British Newspapers pass free from one place to another. When addressed to a person residing within the delivery of the post town where it is posted, a postage of a penny is charged on a paper. British and Colonial Newspapers pass free to and from the Colonies by the Falmouth packets - the privilege includes papers to and from the East Indies by the Mediterranean packets. When the conveyance is by private ship, the postage is 1d. Foreign newspapers received in Britain, and British newspapers sent to foreign countries, are liable to a postage of 2d., unless there be a reciprocity treaty with the foreign Post Office, when they pass free. The exemption, however, is only total in the case of Post Office conveyances. When the papers are sent by private ship, they pay a postage of 1d. Foreign and Colonial Newspapers cannot be reposted, after having been read, with a new address, under penalty of full postage charged as a letter, but if the person to whom they were originally addressed has removed or left the place, they can, if not read, be re-directed, and forwarded without any expense. All newspapers must be without covers, or in covers open at the sides, and must have no other writing on them but the address, and no enclosure. It is recommended that the address be written, not only on the cover, but on some exposed part of the newspaper. All newspapers sent out of the kingdom must be posted within seven days after publication. Newspapers forwarded by post within the United Kingdom, are not limited (as in the case of papers to foreign parts) to seven days after the date of publication, they may be sent at any date, provided they are duly stamped.

Newspapers To and From Foreign Countries

Newspapers for the following countries and places are forwarded, provided they are out in within seven days after the day of publication, by Her Majesty's packets, free of charge, if by private ships, one penny each must be paid on putting them into any Post Office.
Bogota - Brazil - Bremen - Buenos Ayres - Caraccas - Carthagena - Columbia - Corfu - Cuxhaven - Denmark - Egypt - Greece - Hayti - Hamburgh - Ionian Islands - La Guayra - Spain (via Cadiz) - St. Domingo.
Newspapers published in any of the above named countries and places, brought by Her Majesty's packets, are delivered free of postage, if brought by private ships they are charged one penny each.

Newspapers To and From the British Colonies

Newspapers, or other printed papers liable to the stamp duties, may be forwarded to the under mentioned places, by Her Majesty's Packets, free of postage, provided they are duly stamped and made up in covers open at the ends, and put into any Post Office within seven days after the day of publication. If sent by private ships, one penny each must be paid on putting them into any Post Office. -
Acapulco - Altamera - Alvarado - Anguilla - Antigua - Antioquico - Augustura - Bahamas - Baranquillo - Barbadoes - Barbuda - Basseterre (St. Kitt's) - Berbice - Bermudas - Bogota - Bridgetn. Barbadoes - Canadas - Cape Breton - Caraccas - Carthagena - Cephalonia - Cerigo - Chagres - Charlestown (Nevis) - Choco Lima - Columbia - Corfu - Cuba - Cumana - Demerara - Dominica - Durango - Essequibo - Gibralter - Grenada - Guatamalo - Guayaquil - Guiana (British) - Guianaxuato - Halifax (Nova Scotia) - Havannah - Hayti - Heligoland - Honduras - Ionian Islands - Jamaica - Kingston (Canada) - Kingston (Jamaica) - Kingston (St. Vincent) - La Guayra - Liverpool (N. Scotia) - Malta - Maraquito - Mediterranean - Mexico - Mompox - Montego Bay, Jamaica - Montreal (Canada) - Montserrat - Nassau (New Providence) - Nevis - New Brunswick - Newfoundland - New Providence - Nova Scotia - Odzace - Panama - Papayan - Pictou (Nova Scotia) - Porto Bello - Porto Cabello - Pueblo delos Angelas - Prince Edward Island - Quebec - Queratano - Quito - Road Harbour (Tortola) - Roseau (Dominica) - San Blas Guadalaxo - San Joseph (Trinidad - Sante Fé - Santa Martha - Santa Muara - Savanella - 
Sambrereta - St. Antonia - St. Andrew's (New Brunswick) - St. Blas - St. Christopher's - St. Domingo - St. George (Grenada) - St. Jago de Guayaquil - St. John's (N. Brunswick) - St. John's (Newfoundland) - St. Kitt's - St. Lucia - St. Louis de Potosi - St. Thomas, Columbia - St. Vincent - Sydney (Cape Breton) - Tempico - Tapic - Tobago - Tortola - Trinidad - Truxillo - Valladolid (Mexico) - Vera Cruz - Virgin Islands - Xalapa (Julapa) - Yacatecas - Yarmouth (N. Scotia) - Zacatecas - Zante

Newspapers printed in the British Colonies and possessions, brought to Great Britain and Ireland, by packet boats, in covers, open at the sides, are delivered free of Postage, those brought by private Ships are charged one penny for each paper.

Newspapers may also be forwarded to -
Australia - Batavia - Bencoolen - Bombay - Calcutta - Cape Coast Castle - Cape of Good Hope - Ceylon - Fernando Po - Hobart Town - India - Isle of France - Madras - Mauritius - New South Wales - Prince of Wales Island - Sierra Leone - Singapore - Swan River - St. Helena - Sydney - Van Dieman's Land.
and all parts of the east Indies, if made up in covers open at the ends, for One Penny each paper, provided they are put in within seven days from the day of publication, and the postage paid when they are put into the Post Office.
Newspapers sent by Her Majesty's packets, or by private ships, to other foreign countries and places not enumerated in the foregoing list, are charged twopence each, when put into the post, or on delivery.
Foreign newspapers must be printed in the language of the country from which they are forwarded, otherwise they will be charges as letters

Daily Statement of the Packet Boats

Stations

Dover

The Thames

Holyhead
Milford
Port Patrick
Weymouth

Destinations

Calais
Ostend
Holland
Hamburgh
Dublin
Waterford
Donaghadee
Guernsey and Jersey

Made up in London

Daily
M. Tu. Th. and Friday
Tuesday and Friday
Tuesday and Friday
Daily
Daily
Daily
Tuesday and Friday

LIVERPOOL STATION

Destinations

Mails despatched from London

British North America, Bermuda, & United States 3rd & 18th of every month, except in Dec., Jan., Feb. & March, and then only on the 3rd
FALMOUTH STATION
Lisbon, Madeira (via Lisbon) Spain, Gibraltar Every Saturday
Malta, Greece and Corfu Twice every month
Egypt and India Last day in every month
Madeira, Brazil, Buenos Ayres 1st Tues. in each month
British Colonies in West Indies (except Honduras), Foreign Colonies in West Indies, La Guayra, Puerto Cabello and Madeira 1st & 15th of every month
Mexico, Honduras, Chagres, Carthagena and Santa Martha 1st of every month
FOREIGN MAILS

Mails

When made up in London

Gothenburg Friday (via Hull, In.
Hambro' Tuesday and Friday
Holland Tuesday and Friday
Flanders Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
France Daily
Lisbon, Oporto, Cadiz, Madeira and Gibraltar Saturday
Mediterranean, Greece, etc., via Falmouth Sat. nearest 15th & last day of each month
Egypt and India, via Falmouth Last day of each month
Medit. & Egypt, Closed Mail, via Marseilles 4th of each month
Madeira, Canary Islands, Brazil, Buenos Ayres, etc. 1st Tuesday in each month
West Indies, La Guayra, Porto Cabello and Madeira 1st and 15th of each month
Mexico, Honduras, Chagres, Carthagena and Santa Martha 1st of each month
Boston, British N. America & United States 3rd & 18th of each month

British Rates of Postage to Countries Beyond Sea

Holland and Belgium
Germany, not via France
Russia, Prussia, Denmark and Austria
Sweden and Norway
Heligoland
Hamburgh, Cuxhaven, Lubeck, Bremen

1s.    6d.
1s.  10d.
1s.  10d.
1s.  10d.
1s.    0d.
0s.    6d.

The British rates of postage are calculated according to the scale for Inland Letters, i.e., not exceeding 1/2 oz., one rate ; not exceeding 1 oz., two rates, and so on.

Via Falmouth, By Lisbon Packet To

Portugal

1s.   9d.

Cadiz and Vigo

2s.   2d.

The postage must be paid in this Country

By Mediterranean Packet

Gibraltar and Malta, payment optional
Ionian Islands, and India
Greece and Egypt

1s.   0d.
1s.   0d.
1s.   6d.

Letters from Malta, the Ionian Islands, India, Greece and Egypt, if intended for this conveyance, must be specially addressed via Falmouth

By Brazil and Buenos Ayres Packet

Madeira, Azores and Canary Islands
Brazil
Buenos Ayres and Monte Video
Chili and Peru

1s.   10d.
2s.     9d.
2s.     7d.
1s.     0d.

The postage must be paid in this Country

By Jamaica and Leeward Island Packets

Antigua, Barbadoes, Cariacon, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, Saint Kitt's, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago, Tortola, Trinidad, Bahamas, Berbice, Demerara and Essequibo

1s.     0d.

Payment Optional
Curacoa, Martinique, Guadaloupe, St. Croix, St. Martins, St. Thomas and Porto Rico.
Columbia and Cuba
St. Domingo, or Hayti


1s.     5d.
2s.     3d.
1s.     5d.

By Mexican Packet
Honduras
Mexico
Panama

1s.     0d.
2s.     3d.
1s.     0d.

Letters for other places in the West Indies can only be forwarded by private ships at ship letter rate
Letters for Panama and the western coast of South America, viz., the States of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chili, etc., will be forwarded via Chagres and Panama, unless specially directed by other routes, and will be subject to the single rate of 1s. each letter.

Via Liverpool, By American Packets, to

United States of America
British North America, via Boston

1s.     0d.
1s.     0d.

The postage must be paid in this Country

Bermuda, Halifax, N. S. Newfoundland

1s.     0d.

Payment Optional
The Canadas, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward's Island


1s.     2d.

Letters to and from France and passing through France

The British rate on all Letters addressed to France and Algeria, or to countries through France, is 5d. on a Letter not exceeding Half an Ounce in weight, and the French rate on such Letters is 5d. on a Letter under the weight of a quarter of an ounce, to whatever place in France or Algeria the Letter may be addressed, excepting however all Letters conveyed by British Packets in the Mediterranean, which will be liable to the British Mediterranean rates in addition to the above mentioned British rate of 5d. from England.
The French transit rate on Letters passing through France is 5d. on a Letter under the weight of a quarter of an ounce, but the other Foreign Rates vary according to the limit to which the Letter may be paid.
All Letters addressed to France, or to countries through France (except to those countries hereafter mentioned to which the British rate need only be paid), are liable to both the British and Foreign Rates combined in the same manner as such combined rates are now charged on Letters paid to destination ; for instance, a Letter not exceeding half an ounce is liable to one British rate, while a Letter under a quarter of an ounce is liable to one Foreign rate, and so on in proportion, as shown in the following scale :-

A Letter under a 1/4 of an oz. is liable to
A Letter weighing a 1/4 oz. and not exceeding 1/2 oz. is liable to
A Letter exceeding 1/2 of an oz. and under 3/4 oz. is liable to
A Letter weighing 3/4 of an oz. and not exceeding 1 oz. is liable to
A Letter exceeding 1 oz. and under 1 1/4 oz. is liable to
1 British rate and 1 Foreign
1 British rate and 2 Foreign
2 British rates and 3 Foreign
2 British rates and 4 Foreign
4 British rates and 5 Foreign
The British charge increases two rates of postage for every additional Ounce, according to the Scale of Weight for charging Inland Letters, and the Foreign charge increasing one rate of Postage for every additional Quarter of an Ounce. It must be observed, however, that the English and French modes of charging by Weight are dissimilar ; a Letter not being liable to an increased British rate, unless it exceed the half ounce or ounce, while an addition Foreign rate is chargeable, if it actually attain the quarter, half, three quarters of an ounce, or ounce respectively.
Letters to France and Algeria must be either unpaid, or have the whole of the Postage to destination, British and Foreign, paid in advance, as it will be no longer optional to pay the British rate only.
The Postage through France must be paid on Letters for Spain and Portugal (when addressed via France), and on Letters for Sardinia and the Southern States of Italy.
The Postage on Letters for Southern Italy may be paid through Sardinia (viz to the frontier towns of Sardinia, Broni or Sarzanne), as well as through France, and the Postage on Letters to Sardinia itself, may be paid to destination in Sardinia, as well as through France
The following are the countries to which Letters may be sent by paying only the British rate of 5d. on Letters not exceeding half an ounce, viz :-
Turkey, The Ionian Islands, Germany, The Levant, Austria, Belgium, The Archipeligo, Venetian Lombard, Holland, Greece and Switzerland If Specially addressed via France
Letters for Baden, Bavaria and certain parts of Germany, served by or forwarded through the office of the Prince of Tour and Taxis, may be sent unpaid, or paid through France, or paid to destination.
Letters for the following places may be forwarded by the French Mediterranean Packets, which leave Marseilles on the 1st, 11th and 21st of each month, either unpaid or paid to destination, viz :-
Alexandria, Greece, The Two Sicillies, Constantinople, Malta, Smyrna, The Dardanelles, Papal States, or States of the Church, Tuscany

Letters intended to go by these Packets should be addressed :- "By French Mediterranean Packet."
Letters for Malta and Alexandria may be also sent by the closed mail on the 4th of each month, either unpaid or paid to destination, but on Letters for the Ionian Islands and the East Indies, sent by such closed Mail, the Postage must be pre-paid.

Letters for British Colonies or Foreign Countries Beyond Sea, via France

In addition to those countries and places on the Continent and in the Mediterranean, which have been already alluded to, Letters may be sent to any British Colony of Foreign Country beyond sea, from any Port in France, if specially so addresses. The charge on such Letters will be the British rate of 5d. on a Letter not exceeding half an ounce in weight, and a Foreign rate of 10d. under a quarter of an ounce, both which rates must always be paid in advance. It is advisable that the name of the Port in France from which it is wished that the Letter should be despatched, and also, if possible, the name of the Vessel by which it is to be conveyed, should be stated on the address of the Letter.

Registered Letters

Registered Letters to France continue to be sent under the same regulations as formerly, and Registered Letters addressed to countries through France, will be treated in like manner, that is, a Registration Fee of 1s. over and above all rates of Postage must be paid in advance, the British rate being the same as on other Letters similarly addressed, but not registered, but double the Foreign rates to destination, or to the utmost limit to which the Postage can be paid, to which an ordinary Letter would be liable, must be paid, and the whole of the Postage must be paid in advance.

Newspapers

English Newspapers may be forwarded to France by Packet, free of Postage, or by Private Ship for One Penny each, and French Newspapers will be delivered in England for One Halfpenny each.
On Newspapers to and from Spain, via France, the rate will be One Halfpenny each.
On Newspapers to and from Greece, One Penny each, if forwarded by the French Mediterranean Packets.
On Newspapers forwarded by the monthly closed Mail, and not via Falmouth, to or from the east Indies, Malta, or any other place in the Mediterranean, the rate will be 3d. each.
On Newspapers to and from all other countries, either on the Continent of Europe or beyond sea, passing through France, the rate will be 2d. each. Prices Current and Commercial Lists duly stamped, enjoy the same privilege as Newspapers.

Periodical Works and Parliamentary Proceedings

Periodical Works, not strictly Newspapers, which are published as Parliamentary Proceedings, may be forwarded to France, but to France only, under the following regulations :-
          1. The Postage must be paid in advance
          2. They must be sent in Covers open at the sides
          3. They must be printed in the English Language
The rates of Postage on such Works and Parliamentary Proceedings will be as follows :-
          Not exceeding two ounces in weight                                              1d.
          Above two ounces and not exceeding three ounces                    6d.
          Above three ounces and not exceeding four ounces                    8d.
And 2d. for every additional ounce up to the weight of 16 ounces, beyond which weight no Publication can be forwarded.
The regular Mails will be despatched as at present from Dover to Calais, but Ship Letter Bags will be made up between the following places, viz :-
London & Boulogne - Dover & Boulogne - Brighton & Havre - London & Havre - Brighton & Dieppe - Southampton & Havre - Dover & Calais.
The above mentioned Rates and Regulations apply equally to all Letters passing between England and France, whether forwarded by the regular Mail Packet, or by Private Ship.
It must, however, be distinctly understood that all Letters will be forwarded by the regular Mail from London, via Dover and Calais, unless specially addressed by Private Ship, and unless the route is specified.

A List of the Principal Places Abroad
With the Countries to Which the Letters are Forwarded
For the Rates of Postage, See Preceding Pages

Abbeville, France
Abo, Russia
Adrianople, Turkey
Aix, France
Aix, Italy
Aix La Chapelle, Germany
Albug, Denmark
Alexandria, Egypt
Alicant, Spain
Alkmaar, Holland
Alost, Belgium
Altona, Germany
Amiens, France
Amsterdam, Holland
Anclam, Prussia
Ancona, Italy
Andalusia, Spain
Angers, France
Angoulene, France
Anspach, Germany
Antwerp, Belgium
Arau, Switzerland
Archangel, Russia
Arnhem, Holland
Arragon, Spain
Arras, France
Artois, France
Augsburg, Germany
Avignon, France
Badajos, Spain
Baden, Germany
Bahia, Brazil
Bamberg, Germany
Bauzten, Germany
Barcelona, Spain
Bar-le-duc, France
Barth, Prussia
Bavaria, Germany
Basil or Basle, Switzerland
Bayonne, France
Bengal, East Indies
Benicarlo, Spain
Bergamo, Italy
Bergen, Norway
Berlin, Prussia
Bermuda, Bermuda
Berne, Switzerland
Bilboa, Spain
Bjorneborg, Russia
Blois, France
Bogota, Columbia
Bois-de-luc, Holland
Bologna, Italy
Bombay, East Indies
Bonne, Germany
Boston, United States
Botany Bay, New S. Wales
Boulogne (Sur Mer) France
Bourdeaux, France
Brahestead, Russia
Brandenburg, Prussia
Braunsberg, Prussia
Breda, Holland
Bremen, Germany
Breslau, Germany
Brill, Holland
Brody, Germany
Bruges, Belgium
Brun, Germany
Brunswick, Germany
Brussels, Belgium
Bruxelles, Belgium
Cadiz, Spain
Caen, France
Cagliari, Italy
Cairo, Egypt
Calais, France
Calcutta, East Indies
Calmar, Sweden
Cambray, France
Cape Coast Cas., Africa
Cape of Good Hope, Africa
Caraccas, Columbia
Carlsruhe, Germany
Carlstadt, Germany
Carolina, North, South United States
Carlscrona, Sweden
Carlsham, Sweden
Carthagena, Spain
Carthagena, Columbia
Cassel, Germany
Cassel, France
Ceile, Germany
Cette, France
Ceylon, East Indies
Chambery, Italy
Chemnitz, Germany
Christiana, Norway
Christiansand, Norway
Civita Vechia, Italy
Cleves, Germany
Coblentz, Germany
Coburg, Germany
Cologne, Germany
Como, Italy
Constance, Germany
Constantinople, Turkey
Copenhagan, Denmark
Corfu, Ionian Isles
Corsica (Isle of), France
Corunna, Spain
Courland, Russia
Courtray, Belgium
Cracow, Russia
Cronstadt, Russia
Cuba (Island), Cuba
Cuxhaven, Germany
Dantzic, Prussia
Darmstadt, Germany
Daventer, Holland
Delft, Holland
Dessau, Germany
Dieppe, France
Dijon, France
Dohren, Germany
Dordt, Holland
Dorpat, Russia
Dortmund, Germany
Douay, France
Dram, Norway
Dresden, Germany
Dronthiem, Norway
Dunkerque, France
Dusseldorf, Germany
East Friezland, Germany
Elberfield, Germany
Elbing, Prussia
Elsineur, Denmark
Embden, Germany
Emmerich, Germany
Ems, Germany
Epernay, France
Erfurt, Germany
Fahrsund, Norway
Ferrara, Italy
Ferrol, Spain
Finland, Russia
Flensburg, Denmark
Florence (Firenze), Italy
Flushing, Holland
Fontainbleau, France
Frankfort, Germany
Franconia, Germany
Frederickstadt, Denmark
Friburg, Germany
Friesland, East, Germany
Friesland, West, Holland
Furth, Germany
Gamla Carlby, Russia
Gand (Ghent), Belgium
Gelfe, Sweden
Gelderland, Holland
Genoa (Genes), Italy
Geneva or Geneve, Switzerland
Gera, Germany
Ghent, Belgium
Glarus, Switzerland
Glogan, Germany
Gluckstadt, Germany
Goerlitz, Germany
Goree, Africa
Gotha, Germany
Gottenburg, Sweden
Gottingen, Germany
Gouda, Holland
Granada, Spain
Gratz, Germany
Groningen, Holland
Guayaquil, Columbia
Haarlem, Holland
Hague, Holland
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halle, Germany
Hamburgh, Germany
Hanau, Germany
Hanover, Germany
Harlingen, Holland
Havanna, Cuba
Havre, France
Havre de Grace, France
Heidelburgh, Germany
Heilbron, Germany
Heligoland, British Posses.
Helsinborg, Sweden
Helvotsluys, Holland
Hernhut, Germany
Hesse, Germany
Hesse Cassel, Germany
Ingoldstadt, Germany
Inspruck, Germany
Interlacken, Switzerland
Ipres, Belgium
Isle of France, Mauritius
Jacmel, St. Domingo
Jacobstadt, Russia
Jutland, Denmark
Keil, Denmark
Koningsberg, Prussia
La Guayra, Columbia
La Haye (Hague), Holland
League, Germany
Lusenne, Switzerland
Laybach, Germany
Leer, Germany
Leghorn, Italy
Leipsic, Germany
Leerwarden, Holland
Lemberg, Germany
Leyden, Holland
Leige, Belgium
Liebau, Russia
Lille or Lisle, France
Lima, Peru
Lippe, Germany
Lisbon, Portugal
Leghorn (Livourne), Italy
Lobau, Germany
Locarno, Switzerland
Lodi, Italy
Louvain, Belgium
Lubeck, Germany
Lublin, Russia
Lucca, Italy
Lucerne, Switzerland
Luneberg, Germany
Luxembourg, Belgium
Lyons, France
Madeira, Azores Island
Madras, East Indies
Madrid, Spain
Magdeburg, Prussia
Mahon, Spain
Malmedy, Belgium
Majorca, Spain
Malaga, Spain
Malines, Belgium
Malmo, Sweden
Manheim, Germany
Mantau, Italy
Maranham, Brazil
Maracaybo, Columbia
Marans, France
Marsala, Italy
Marseilles, France
Maryland, United States
Mayence or Maintz, Germany
Mechlin (Malines), Belgium
Mecklenburgh, Prussia
Melun, France
Memel, Prussia
Meningen, Germany
Messina, Italy
Metz, France
Middleburgh, Holland
Milan, Italy
Minden, Prussia
Minorca, Spain
Mittau, Russia
Modena, Italy
Mons, Belgium
Monte Video, Buenos Ayres
Montpelier, France
Morges, Switzerland
Moscow, Russia
Moss, Norway
Munden, Germany
Mulheim, Germany
Munich, Germany
Munster, Germany
Namur, Belgium
Nantes, France
Naples, Italy
Narva, Russia
Nassau, Germany
Neufchatel, Switzerland
Neustadt, Germany
New York, United States
Nice, Italy
North Carolina, United States
Nuremburg, Germany
Nyon, Switzerland
Odessa, Russia
Odense, Denmark
Offenbach, Germany
Oldenburg, Germany
Olmutz, Germany
Oporto, Portugal
Oratava, Canary Islands
Orleans, France
Orleans, New., United States
Osnaburg, Germany
Osnabruck, Germany
Ostend, Belgium
Otranto, Italy
Overryssel, Holland
Oviedo, Spain
Paderborn, Germany
Padau, Italy
Palermo, Italy
Pamplona, Spain
Paris, France
Parma, Italy
Pau, France
Pennsylvania, United States
Pernambuco, Brazil
Pernau, Russia
Petersburgh, St., Russia
Philadelphia, United States
Piedmont, Italy
Pillau, Prussia
Pisa, Italy
Pologne (Poland), Germany
Port Louis, Mauritius
Porto Cabello, Columbia
Port Mahon, Spain
Port au Prince, St. Domin.
Posen, Prussia
Potsdam, Prussia
Prague, Germany
Presburg, Germany
Pyrmont, Germany
Quebec, Canada
Ragusa, Turkey
Rastadt, Germany
Ratisbon, Germany
Reggio, Italy
Revel, Russia
Rheims, France
Ribnitz, Germany
Riga, Russia
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rivoli, Italy
Rochelle, France
Rochfort, France
Rome, Italy
Rostock, Germany
Rotterdam, Holland
Rouen, France
Salamanca, Spain
Santiago, Spain
Santiago, Cuba
Santa Martha, Columbia
Santa Fe, Columbia
Saragossa, Spain
Schiedam, Holland
Schleswick, Germany
Schwartzwald, Germany
Sienna, Italy
Stade, Germany
St. Gall, Switzerland
St. Helena, St. Helena
St. Malo, France
St. Michael's, Azores
St. Omer's, France
St. Petersburg, Russia
St. Sebastian, Spain
Stutgard, Germany
St. Ubes, Portugal
Salonica, Turkey
Saltzburg, Germany
Sardinia, Italy
Savannah, United States
Savoy, Italy
Saxony, Germany
Schaffhausen, Switzerland
Senegal, Africa
Seville, Spain
Sicily, Italy
Sierra Leone, Africa
Silesia, Germany
Sleswick, Denmark
Smyrna, Turkey
Sneek, Holland
Soleure, Switzerland
South Carolina, United States
Spa, Belgium
Stettin, Prussia
Stockholm, Sweden
Stralsund, Germany
Strasburg, France
Suisse, Switzerland
Swabia, Germany
Syracuse, Italy
Talavera, Spain
Tampico, Mexico
Taragona, Spain
Taranto, Italy
Teneriffe, Canary Islands
Terceira, Azores
Thorn, Prussia
Tivoli, Italy
Tongres, Belgium
Toulon, France
Toulouse, France
Tourney, Belgium
Tours, France
Treves, Germany
Trieste, Italy
Tripoli, Africa
Troppau, Germany
Tunis, Africa
Turin, Italy
Tuscany, Italy
Udwalla, Sweden
Ulleaborg, Russia
Ulm, Germany
Ulyssengen, Holland
Upsal, Sweden
Utrecht, Holland
Valadolid, Spain
Valencia, Spain
Valparaiso, Buenos Ayres
Varel, Germany
Venice (Vicenza), Italy
Vera Cruz, Mexico
Verdun, Switzerland
Verona, Italy
Versailles, France
Vevay, Switzerland
Vienna, Austria
Vigo, Spain
Villa Real, Spain
Virginia, United States
Vittoria, Spain
Vorlaburg, Germany
Warsaw, Germany
Weimar, Germany
Wesel, Germany
West Friesland, Holland
Westphalia, Germany
Wiburg, Russia
Wilna, Russia
Winterthur, Switzerland
Wirtemburg, Germany
Wisbaden, Germany
Wisby, Sweden
Wismar, Germany
Wolgast, Prussia
Wurzburg (Worms), Germany
Ypres (Ipres), Belgium
Yverdum, Switzerland
Zante, Ionian Islands
Zittau, Germany
Zurich, Switzerland
Zuriczee, Holland
Zutphen, Holland
Zwoll, Holland

For list of Post Towns of Ireland, England and Scotland, see pages 136, 140 & 144.

POPULATION OF IRELAND
Denominations                                   Total Population                        Proportion Per Cent
Established Church                                       852,064                                        10-726                  
Roman Catholic Church                                6,427,712                                        80-913                      
Presbyterian Church                                        642,356                                         8-086                        
Other Dissenters                                                21,808                                         0-275                        
                                                   _________                           __________
                                                 7,943,940                                    100-100

ESTABLISHED AND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
ECCLESIASTICAL DEPARTMENT
                     The Church                  top

Irish Prelates and Deans of Cathedral Churches
with the dates of consecration of the Archbishops and Bishops, and the income of the respective sees.

Armagh - Lord J. G. Beresford, D.D., Primate of all Ireland ; appointed, 1822 ; consecrated, 1806 ; income, £14,494 ; Dean, E. G. Hudson, M.A.
Dublin - Richard Whately, D.D., Primate of Ireland and Bishop of Glendalough ; appointed, 1831 ; consecrated, 1831 ; income, £7,786 ; Deans, Bishop of Kildare, Christ's Church, Robert Daly, D.D., St. Patrick's Church.
Cashel, Emly, Waterford and Lismore,  * * *  income, £5,400 ; Deans, Samuel Adams, M.A., T.P., Lefanu, LL.D., U. Lee, M.A., A. Power, M.A.
Clogher - Lord R. P. Tottenham, appointed, 1822 ; consecrated, 1804 ; income, £8,668 ; Dean, Hon. R. Maude, M.A.
Cloyne, Cork and Ross - Samuel Kyle, D.D.; appointed, 1835 ; consecrated, 1831 ; income, £4,160 ; Deans, T. J. Burgh, M.A., H. T. Newman, M.A., J. Stannus, M.A.
Derry and Raphoe - Hon. R. Ponsonby, D.D., appointed, 1831 ; consecrated, 1828 ; income, £8,000 ; Deans, T. B. Gough, M.A., Lord Chichester, M.A.
Down, Connor and Dromore - Richard Mant, D.D., appointed, 1823 ; consecrated, 1820 ; income, £4,204 ; Deans, Theobald Blakeley, H. Leslie, M.A., Holt Waring
Elphin, Kilmore and Ardagh - John Leslie, D.D., appointed, 1819 ; consecrated, 1812 ; income, £6,253 ; Deans, John French, M.A., H. Fitzgerald, LL.D., Richard Murray, M.A.
Kildare - Hon. C. Lindsay, D.D., appointed, 1804 ; consecrated, 1803 ; income, £6,278 ; Dean, James Gregory, M.A.
Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh - Ludlow Tonson, D.D., appointed, 1839 ; consecrated, 1839 ; income, £3,800 ; Deans, John Head, M.A., W. Stackpoole, D.D., T. Hawkins, D.D., A. L. Kirwan, M.A.
Limerick, Ardfert and Aghadoe - Hon. E. Knox, D.D., appointed, 1833 ; consecrated, 1831 ; income, £4,973 ; Deans, A. J. Preston, M.A., G. Holmes, M.A., J. W. Forster, LL.D.
Meath - Edward Stopford, D.D., appointed, 1842 ; consecrated, 1842 ; income, £4,068 ; Dean, H. Roper, D.D.
Ossory, Leighlin and Ferns - James T. O'Brien, D.D., appointed, 1842 ; consecrated, 1842 ; income, £5,730 ; Deans, Joseph Bourke, M.A., R. B. Bernard, D.D., H. Newland, D.D.
Tuam, Killala and Anchonry - Hon. T. Plunket, D.D., appointed, 1839 ; consecrated, 1839 ; income, £5,000 ; Deans, Thomas Carter, D.D., Hon. G. Gore, M.A., E. N. Hoare, M.A.
The Bishops of Meath and Kildare rank immediately after the Archbishops (Armagh and Dublin) ; the others according to date of consecration.

General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland    top
Moderator, Rev. John Edgar, D.D., Belfast
Senior Clerk, Rev. Thomas Mayne Reid, A.M., Rathfriland
Junior Clerk, Rev. Robert Park, A.M., Ballymoney

Assembly's Theological Professors
Joint Professors of Divinity      Rev. Samuel Hanna, D.D.
                                               Rev. John Edgar, D.D.
Professor of Biblical Criticism, Rev. Robert Wilson
Ecclesiastical History, etc., Rev. William D. Killen

Assembly's Missionaries to India
James Glasgow  -  Adam Glasgow  -  James McKee  -  Robert Montgomery  -  James H. Spears  -  Dr. Sinclair

Assembly's Ordained Missionaries in the South and West of Ireland
Jonathan Simpson  - Henry Macmanus

(The next General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland will meet in May Street Church, Belfast, on the first Tuesday of July, 1843)

 1. Ahoghill
Ahoghill  2d cong
Ahoghill 3d cong
Ballymena   2d 
Boveedy
Churchtown
Dunean
Grange
Killimuris
Portglenone 2d
Portglenone  3d
Rasharkin
George McClelland - David Adams, assistant
Thomas Carmichael - Frederick Buick, A.
John Mars
William Campbell
Adam Boyle - William Denham A
Robert Torrens
Archd. Hutchinson
H. Stewart
Francis Wilson
James Knox, Clerk
Hutch, Perry
William Wallace

 Presbytery of Armagh, Meets the first Tuesday of February, May, August and November

 2. Ahorey
Armagh, 1st
Armagh, 2d
Armagh 3d
Benburb
Caledon
Cladymore
Clare
Drumminis
Keady, 1st
Keady, 2d
Knappagh
Loughgall
Markethill
Portadown
Redrock
Richhill
Tartaraghan
Tassagh
Vinecash
Thomas Kilpatrick
P. S. Henry, D.D.
Samuel Oliver Edgar
J. R. McAlister, Clerk
Hugh Montgomery
Andrew McCullough
Robert Shields
John Bell

Henry W. Carson
Joseph Jenkins
David Coote
William Henry

L. D. Elliot
James Harvey
James Patterson
John Martin

William Cromie

Presbytery of Athlone, Meets first Wednesday of Feb., May, Aug., and November

 3. Athlone
Bailieborough, 1st
Birr
Corboy
Galway
Longford
Moyvore
Mullingar
Roundstone
E. H. Allen
P. White
William Crotty
John Henry, sen.
Joseph Fisher
Samuel McCutcheon
John Fisher, jun.
Alexander Gibson
Presbytery of Ards, Meets last Tuesday of Jan., April, July and October
 4. Bangor 1st
Bangor, 2d
Ballyblack
Ballycopeland
Ballygilbert
Ballygrainey
Ballywalter
Carrodore
Cloughey
Donaghadee
Gransha
Glastry
Greyabbey
Groomsport
Kirkcubbin
Millisle
Newtownards, 1st

Newtownards, 2d
Portaferry
Hugh Woods
William Pattison
Alexander McIlwaine
Samuel J. Moore
A. Liggat
Samuel Blair
James Templeton
David Park
James Gamble
John McAuley
James McCullough
G. Jamieson
David Jeffray
Isaac Mack
James Rowan
John Hanna, sen.
James McCullough
J. McCullough, A
David Maxwell
John Orr
Presbytery of Bailieborough, Meets first Tuesday of Feb., Aug., and October and 2nd Tuesday of May
 5. Bailieborough, 2d
Ballyjamesduff
Bellasis
Carrickmaclim
Corlea
Ervey
Glaslic
Seafin
William Bell
John Ritchie
John King, Clerk
Thomas Gibson
John Parr
Robert Winning
Randal McCollum
James Clarke
Presbytery of Ballybay, Meets the first Tuesday of Feb., Aug., & October, & 2nd Tuesday of May
 6. Ballybay 1st
Ballybay 2d
Broomfield
Castleblaney, 1st
Castleblaney 2d
Creggan
Crieve
Clontibret, 1st
Derryvalley
Drumkeen
Newbliss
Newtownhamilton
Joseph Crawford
John H. Morell
S. Blair Shaw
Thomas Boyd
George B. Coulter
Thomas McWilliams
Martin McDowell
James B. Hamilton
David Bell
Richard Ross
A. Johnson, Clerk
Daniel G. Brown
Presbytery of Ballymena, Meets the first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug., and November
 7. Ballymena, 1st
Ballymena 3d
Broughshane
Buckna
Clough
Connor
Cullybackey
Glenarm
Glenwherry
Newtoncromelin
Portglenone, 1st
Randalstown, Old
Henry J. Dobbin
A. Patterson, jun.
Robert Stewart, D.D.
William McC. Wray
John Hall
J. H. Moore
Hugh Hamilton
Hugh Waddell
John Montgomery
Malcolm Orr
W. K. McKay
Robert Marr

Presbytery of Banbridge, Meets the first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug., and November

 8. Anaghlone, 2d
Ballydown
Banbridge
Donacloney
Fourtowns
Garvaghy
Glascar

Loughbrickland
Magherally

Newmills
Scarva
Tandragee
Tullylish
William Dobbin
John Rutherford
Rob. Anderson
James Moorhead
Alexander Bryson
Isaac Allen
John Rogers
James Rogers, A.
W. E. Breaky
Alex. Patterson, sen.
James Thomson, A.
Thomas Lowry, Clerk
William Reid
James Bell
John Johnston
Presbytery of Belfast, Meets the first Tuesday of every month
 9. Ballinderry
Ballycairn
Ballyeaston, 2d

Ballymacarrett
Ballysillan
Belfast
     Alfred Street
     Alfred Place
     Berry Street
     Donegall Street
     Fisherwick Place
     James' Street
     Linenhall Street
     May Street
     Rosemary Street

     Townsend Street
     York Street
Carnmoney
Carryduff
Castlereagh
Dundonald
Gilnihirk
Hillhall
Holywood
Killinure
Lisburn
Legacurry
Magheragall
Malone
Newtownards, 3d
Saintfield, 1st
Whiteabbey
Henry Leebody
A. Montgomery, Clerk
John Wright
Alex. Pollock, A.
John Meneely
Hugh McCay

J. Edgar, D.D.
J. W. Hunter
William Johnston
Isaac Nelson
James Morgan
Thomas Toye
Robert Knox
H. Cooke, D.D., LL.D.
S. Hanna, D.D.
William Gibson, A.
Josias Wilson
David Hamilton

Hugh Brown
Henry Hazlett
William Graham
John Coulter, D.D,
Samuel Dunlop
William Blackwood
Hugh Brown
Alex. Henderson
P. Whiteside
John S. Browne
Joseph Mackenzie
Thomas Watters
Henry Simpson
Wm. Campbell, jun.
Presbytery of Carrickfergus, Meets the first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug., Sept. & November
 10. Ballycarry
Ballyeaston, 1st
Ballylinney
Ballynure
Cairncastle
Carrickfergus
Island Magee, 1st
Island Magee, 2d
Larne, 1st
Larne, 2d
Raloo
John Stuart, jun.
W. J. Raphael
Isaac Adams
James W. McKay
James Carmichael
James White
W. Campbell, sen., Clerk
David Potter
H. W. Molyneaux
Arch. Kennedy
James Whiteford

Presbytery of Cavan, Meets second Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug., and November

 11. Ballyhobridge
Carrigallen
Cavan
Cootehill, 1st
Cootehill, 2d
Drum, 1st
Drum, 2d
Drumkeeran
Killisandra
Matthew Clarke
John Fisher
Robert Fleming
James Bones
William Lyttle
William McEwen
James Thompson
J. Carmichael, Clerk
William Sweeny
Presbytery of Clogher, Meets 1st Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug., and November
 12. Aughentane
Aughnacloy
Ballygawley
Cavanaleck
Clogher
Enniskillen

Glenhoy
Lisbellaw
Maguire's Bridge
Tempo
James Malcomson


James Philips
John Hanna, jun.
Ephraim Stevenson
A. McClatchy, A.
James Dales
Samuel Martin
James McWilliams
A. T. Holmes
Presbytery of Coleraine, Meets the last Tuesday of Jan. 7 July, and 2nd Tuesday of May & October
 13. Aghadoey
Ballyrashane

Ballywillan
Coleraine, 1st
Coleraine, 2d

Coleraine, 3d
Crossgar
Dunbo, 1st
Dunbo, 2d
Dunluce
Garva


Killowen
Macosquin
Moneydig
Portstewart
Ringsend
John Brown, D.D.
James Mayne
John Alexander
James Huey
Andrew Macaldin
John Whiteside
R. Knox, A.
William Magill
John Martin
William Lyle
Hugh Porter
William Oliver
James Brown
James B. Rentoul
James Miller, A.
John Turbitt
Clarke Houston, Clerk
Pat. R. Killough
John Stewart
Matthew Turnbull
Presbytery of Connaught, Meets the first Wed. of Feb., May, Aug. and November
 14. Ballynote
Killala
Sligo
Turlough
Westport
James Fleming
David Rogers
James Heron, Clerk
John Hamilton, jun.
James Smith
Presbytery of Derry, Meets the 1st Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. and third Tuesday of October
 15. Buncrana
Burt
Crossroads
Derry, 1st

Derry, 2d
Derry, 3d
Derry, 4th
Donagh
Fahan
Inch
Knowhead
Malin
Monreagh
Moville
Wm. Brown, tertius
Robert Gray
Samuel Craig
William McClure, col.
Henry Wallace, col.
James Crawford
James Denham
John McFarland
Reuben Rogers
John Macky
Samuel Armour
R. Dill, primus
John Canning
Mat. Heron, Clerk
Andrew Clements
Presbytery of Donegal, Meets the first Wed. of Feb., May, Aug. & October
 16. Ballyshannon
Castlederg
Derg
Donegal, 1st
Donegal, 2d
Killetur
Pettigo
Stranorlar, 1st
Stranorlar, 2d
Andrew Lowry
John Armstrong
John Crockett
Samuel Thompson
William Niblock
Joseph Love, Clerk
William Fleming
James Steele
John McAuley
Presbytery of Down, Meets first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & October
 17. Ardglass
Ballygowan
Ballynahinch, 1st
Ballynahinch, 2d
Ballynahinch, 3d
Boardmills
Burren
Comber, 1st
Comber, 2d
Clough

Downpatrick
Killileagh, 1st
Killileagh, 2d
Killinchy
Kilmore
Lissara
Magherahamlet
Saintfield, 2d
Seaforde
Joseph Burns
John Gamble
John Shaw
David Edgar
Robert Irvine
G. H. Shanks

John McCance
John Rogers
Francis Dill
E. Stewart, A.
Wm. White. jun.
Andrew Breaky
Robert Gault
D. Anderson
Moses Black
Joseph Lowry, Clerk
Thomas Clark
David Patterson
John A. McMordie
Presbytery of Dromore, Meets 1st Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & November
 18. Anahilt

Dromara
Dromore, 1st
Dromore, 2d
Drumbo
Drumlough
Hillsborough
Loughachry
Lurgan
Moira
William Wright
T. Greer, A.
William Craig
James Collins, sen.

Campbell Blakely
Samuel Crory
Samuel M. Dill, Clerk
Robert Moorhead
Ham. Dobbin
William Moffat
Presbytery of Dublin, Meets first Wednesday of Feb., May, Aug. & November
 19. Bandon
Bray
Carlow
Clonmel
Cork
Drogheda
Dublin
     Mary's Abbey


     Usher's Quay
     Usher's Quay
     D'Olier Street
     Adelaide Road
Kilkenny
Kingstown
Lismore
Stratford
Wexford
Robert McEwen
David H. Creighton
Warrand Carlile
John Dill
Edward M. Dill
Thomas Logan

J. Horner, col.
James Carlisle, col.
W. B. Kirkpatrick, A.
S. Simpson, col.
R. Dill, tertius, col.
William Wilson
Charles Nairne
Joshua Collins
John Armstrong
John Poole
John Dunlop
Robert Dickson
Presbytery of Dungannon
 20. Ballymagrane
Ballyreagh
Carlan
Castlecaulfield
Clennanees, Upper
Clennanees, Lower
Dungannon, 1st
Dungannon, 2d
Eglish
Minterburn
Newmills
Pomeroy
Killilevin
James Bridge

John Hogg
Joseph Acheson
John Lowry
James Kinnear
David Bennet
Andrew Wilson, Clerk
Hugh Bell
James Collins, jun.

David McKinney
Presbytery of Glendermott, Meets 1st Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & October
 21. Banagher
Cumber
Cumber, Upper
Donagheady, 1st
Donagheady, 2d
Dunemanna, 1st
Dunemanna
Faughanvale
Glendermot, 1st

Glendermot, 2d
Gortnessy
Leckpatrick
Thomas Ellison
James Allison
Wm. Brown, secund
Samuel Wray
Fr. J. Porter
John Monteith
Robert Reid
Mar. Moore, Clerk
William Monteith
A. Buchannan, A.
Henry Carson
Wm. J. McConnell
Moses Chambers

Presbytery of Letterkenny, Meets second Wednesday of Feb., May, Aug. & October

 22. Dunfanaghy
Fannet
Kilmacrennan
Letterkenny, 1st

Letterkenny, 2d
Letterkenny, 3d
Milford
Ramelton, 1st
Ramelton, 2d
Ramelton, 3d
Ramullan
Ray, 1st
Ray, 2d
Trenta
David Reid
Patrick Hay
John Allen
Joseph Lyttle
Moses Houston, A.
Andrew Spratt
Oliver Leitch
Robert White, Clerk
James Reid
Sam. Gamble, D.D.
Matthew Wilson
Rob. Anderson, sen.
John Brown, jun.
A. Rentoul
Samson Jack
Presbytery of Magherafelt, Meets first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & October
 23.Bellaghy, 1st
Bellaghy, 2d
Castledawson
Currin
Draperstown
Finvoy
Kilrea, 1st
Kilrea, 2d
Maghera
Magherafelt
Moneymore, 2d
Saltersland
Swatera
Tobermore
Thomas McPherson
Gilbert k. Wilson
John Radcliffe
James McKee
Samuel Smyth
James Elder
H. W. Rodgers
Joseph Dickie
Charles Kennedy
James Wilson, Clerk
Geo. R. Thompson
Robert Campbell
Samuel Sloane
W. Brown, primus
Presbytery of Monaghan, Meets first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & second Tuesday of October
 24. Cahans
Clontibret, 2d
Drumhillery
Emyvale
Glennan
Lisluney

Middleton
Monaghan, 1st
Monaghan, 2d
Scotstown
Smythborough
Stonebridge, 1st
Stonebridge, 2d
Matthew McAuley
Robert Lewers
John Lyons
Alexander McMahon
William Smyth
James Gibson
R. P. Borland, A.
Samuel Hendrin
John Bleckley
John Rankin
George Foy
John Elliot
W. White, sen., Clerk
Presbytery of Newry, Meets 2nd Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & November
 25. Annalong
Cremore
Castlebellingham
Donoughmore
Drumbanagher, 1st
Drumbanagher, 2d
Dundalk
Kilkeel
Kingsmills
Mountnorris
Mourne
Newry, 1st
Newry, 2d
Newtownhamilton, 2d
Poyntzpass
Ryan
Tullyallen

Warrenpoint
Samuel Burnside
Alexander Strain

Verner White
Rob. Lindsay
Robert McLean
James Beattie
George Nesbitt
Alexander Henry
William McGowan
J. A. Canning
James Shields
John Weir
John West
Sam. Priestley
William Stevenson
Robert L. Porter
J. D. Martin, A
John Martin
Presbytery of Newtonlimavady, Meets 1st Tue. of Feb., May, Aug. & November
 26. Ballykelly
Balteagh
Boveva
Derramore
Drumachose
Dungiven, 1st
Dungiven, 2d
Largy
Magilligan
Myroe
Newtonlimavady, 1st
Newtonlimavady, 2d
Scriggan
R. Dill, secundus
Samuel Templeton

D. Lynch
George Steen, Clerk
William McHinch
Alexander Gilmore
James F. Irvine
Samuel Butler

John Wilson

Joseph Gibson
Presbytery of Omagh, Meets 1st Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & November
 27. Badoney
Ballinahatty, 1st
Ballinahatty, 2d
Clogherney
Cross-Roads

Dromore
Drumquin
Edenderry
Fintona
Gillygooley
Newtonparry
Omagh, 1st

Omagh, 2d

Sixmilecross
Charles Hemphill
John Latimer
John Porter
A. Armstrong, Clerk
James McClintock
J. Hamilton, sen., A.
James Reid Dill
Samuel Armour
William Hamilton
Robert Chambers

Andrew Graham
Samuel Cuthbertson
J. Arnold, A.
David Gilkie
Josias Mitchell, A.
Lewis Brown
W. S. Haslett, A
Presbytery of Raphoe, Meets 2nd Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. & October
 28. Alt
Ballindreat
Ballylennon, 1st
Ballylennon, 2d
Carnone
Convoy
Donoughmore
N. Cunningham
Raphoe
St. Johnston
Samuel Stuart
W. McCrea
John Leckie
George Hanson
John Dickey
John Wray
Samuel Dill
William Scott, Clerk

J. McConaghy
Presbytery of Rathfriland, Meets first Tuesday of Feb., May, Aug. and second Tues. of October
 29. Anaghlone
Ballyroney
Brookvale
Castlewellan
Clonduff
Drumgooland
Drumlee
Hilltown
Kilkinamurry
Leitrim
Newcastle
Rathfriland, 1st
Rathfriland, 2d
Rathfriland, 3d
David McKee
Alexander Heron

Thomas McKee
James Steen
Thomas Mayne Reid
James Porter
Robert Lockhart
George Legate
John Henry
S. J. Smith, Clerk
Wm. Rossborough
Thomas Tate
Joseph Dickie
Presbytery of Route, Meets last Tuesday of Jan. & July, & second Tuesday of May & October
 30. Ardmoy
Ballycastle
Ballymoney, 1st
Ballymoney, 2d
Ballymoney, 3d
Ballyweaney
Billey
Croaghmore
Dervock
Drumreagh
Dunloy
Garryduff
Kilraughts, 1st
Kilraughts, 2d
Mosside
Ramoan
Roseyards
Toberkeigh
Jackson Grahame
Samuel Lyle
Robert Park
John L. Rentoul
James Ussher
Thomas Craig
Hugh Hamill, Clerk
Robert Kennedy
Joseph Bellis
Thomas Beare
William Orr
Robert Loughead
Robert Love
Thomas Thompson
Robert McConaghy
John Simms
William Munnis
John Simpson
Presbytery of Strabane, Meets first Wednesday of Feb., May, Aug. & November
 31. Ardstraw, 1st
Ardstraw, 2d
Clady
Douglass
Glenelly
Newton-Stewart
Newton-Stewart 2d
Strabane, 1st
Strabane, 2d
Urney
Matthew Clarke
Andrew Maxwell
James Budd, Clerk
James Alexander
John Moore
Charles Adams
Francis Lyttle
Alexander P. Goudy
James Gailey
John McConaghy
Presbytery of Templepatrick, Meets first Tuesday of feb., May, Aug., Sept & November
 32. Antrim
Crumlin
Donegore, 1st
Donegore, 2d
Dundrod
Killead
Lylehill
Muckamore
Randalstown, 1st
Randalstown, 2d
Templepatrick
Charles Morrison
A. Canning
S. S. Allison
William Wallace
William Magill
Joseph McKee
John McMillen
Thomas M. Moore
Alexander Crawford
Thomas Reid
John Carson
Presbytery of Tyrone, Meets the second Tuesday of Feb., May & Aug., and third Tuesday of October
 33. Albany
Ballygoney
Brigh
Coagh
Cookstown. 1st

Cookstown, 2d
Cookstown, 3d
Lecomfer
Moneymore
Orritor
Sandholes
Stewartstown, 1st
Stewartstown, 2d
David Macky
Thomas Heron
Samuel H. Elder
Robert Holmes
John Davison
Alex. Fleming, A.
Thomas Millar
John K. Leslie, Clerk
James Wilson
John Barnett, D.D.
John G. Magowan
John Edmonds
Robert Allen
Samuel McCurdy
Presbyterian Church

The Southern Association, or Presbyterian Synod of Munster

The Rev. James Orr, Clonmel, Moderator
The Rev. William Hunter, Bandon, Clerk of Synod

Strand Street, Dublin
Eustace Street, Dublin
Strand Street, Dublin
Eustace Street, Dublin
Cork
Cork
Geo. A. Armstrong, C.
Joseph Hutton, Col.
William H. Drummond, D.D., Col.
J. C. Ledlie, D.D., Col.
W. J. Hort, Col.
S. H. Sloane, LL.D., Col.
Waterford
Bandon
Fethard
Clonmel
Limerick
Eustace Street, Dublin
William McCance
William Hunter
Robert Ferris
James Orr
R. McCorkle
Thomas Hincks, A.
The Synod of Munster meets the first Wednesday in July
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The Persbytery of Antrim
The Revs. John Scott Porter, Belfast, Moderator
The Rev. Classon Porter, Larne, Clerk of Presbytery

Newtownards
Antrim
Belfast, 1st con.
Ballyclare
Downpatrick
Belfast, 1st con.
Joseph Osborne
James Carey
William Bruce, Col.
William Heron
Samuel C. Nelson
J. Scott Porter, Col.
Newtownards
Belfast, 2d con.
Clough
Larne
Holywood
Ballyclare
Hugh Moore, A.
John Porter
David Watson
Classon Porter
Charles J. McAlester
John Hall, A
Meets the first Wednesday in January, April, July and October
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The Remonstrant Synod of Ulster
The Rev. George Hill, Crumlin, Maderator
The Rev. William Porter, Newtonlimavady, Clerk of Synod
ARMAGH PRESBYTERY

Banbridge
Carlingford
Dromore
James Davis
James Lunn
William B. Miniss
Kilmore
Newry
Narrow-Water
William Crozier
Henry Alexander
Samuel Moore
Armagh Presbytery, Meets the first Wednesday in Feb., May, Aug. & November

BANGOR PRESBYTERY

Greyabbey
Killinchy
Dunmurry
Moneyrea
Ballee
Moira
John Watson
Samuel Watson
H. Montgomery, LL.D.
Fletcher Blakely
David Whyte
James Mulligan
Ballyhemlin
Greyabbey
Comber
Ravara
Belfast, York Street
Alexander Orr
John McGowan, A.
William H. Doherty
John McCaw
J. Magennis
Bangor Presbytery, Meets the second Wednesday in Feb., May, Aug. & November

TEMPLEPATRICK PRESBYTERY

Newtonlimavady
Cairncastle
Templepatrick
Glenarm
Ballycarry
Crumlin
William Porter
Thomas Alexander
Robert Campbell
Alex. Montgomery
William Glendy
George Hill
Ballymoney
Glenarm
Carrickfergus
Cairncastle
Ralloo
Joseph McFadden
Thomas Smyth, A.
J. Nixon Porter
Robert Hall, A.
John Compton
Templepatrick Presbytery, Meets the third Wednesday in Feb., May, Aug. & November

N.B. The Southern Association, or Presbyterian Synod of Munster, was formed about the year 1660 ; the Presbytery of Antrim separated from the General Synod of Ulster in the year 1727 ; the Remonstrant Synod of Ulster separated from the Synod in the year 1830 ; these three bodies, though under distinct jurisdictions, frequently unite together as one Ecclesiastical Association, distinguished as the "Non-subscribing Presbyterians of Ireland."
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THE SECESSION SYNOD
As it stood at the formation of the General Assembly, in July, 1842.

Coleraine Presbytery, Markethill Presbytery, Ahoghill Presbytery, Monaghan Presbytery, Belfast Presbytery, Tyrone Presbytery, Donegall Presbytery, Armagh Presbytery, Down Presbytery, Dublin Presbytery, Ards Presbytery
Total Number of Congregations           141

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