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Bangor Spectator 13th October 1967

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The Ulster Times, published in Belfast 1842 Price 4d with 1d Revenue Stamp - Four broadsheet pages packed with interesting reading including :- Duke of Wellington's Speech in Parliament.  Sir Robert Peel's bill to adopt Income Tax.  Meeting for the relief of distressed weavers.  The British Woollen Hall at High Street, Belfast announce to the Nobility, Gentry and Public the arrival of a large consignment of Silks, Satins and Shawls.  Flaxseed sold by auction in Waring Street.  Perils of a Seaman's Life, Law.  Parliamentary, Court and Markey Reports.
              
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Ulster Times      19th April 1842

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The Ulster Times March 16th 1839, Lots of Interesting Reading including :- Sale of a jaunting car by auction.  Because of a high number of railway accidents it has been suggested that tickets should contain directions for making wills, and every carriage to be supplied with pens, paper, ink and sealing wax.  Reports of Sir Robert Peel's parliamentary Speeches.  Court reports including a gamekeeper sentenced to death for shooting a poacher.  Adverts for sale by auction, local fairs, etc.
              
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Ulster Times     16th March 1839

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The London Chronicle 1781 Edition 3d with d Revenue Stamp.  Uses the Long S (S shaped as f).  Lots of interesting reading including :- The King's Bench Prison, destroyed by fire in 1780 is now repaired, and ready for the reception of prisoners.  Reports on the actions of privateers (pirate ships).  State Lottery 538 prizes of 50.  Court and Royal reports.  For Sale by the candle, The Good Cutter 'Union' 240 tons, copper bottomed, 3 years old, piercings for 20 guns, an exceedingly salt sailing vessel.  Printed during the reign of King George III
              
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London Chronicle   23rd October 1781

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The Spectator Friday 13th October 1967. Include :- Weddings of Bennett - Walsh, Curland - Bleakley, Graham - Back; James Gribben; Robert Proctor.  For Sale or Exchange; Cars and Motorcycles; Jobs.  Public Notices, Bangor Grammar School; Pets.  Ballyholme Yacht Club; Cars; Ballyhalbert Women's Institute.
              
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Bangor Spectator  13th October 1967

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