2 SEPTEMBER 1843, Page 9

The Royal Agricultural Improvement Society of Ireland, established in 1841,

began the proceedings of their annual meeting on Wednesday, at Belfast, with every prospect of an important display. There are now eighty local societies in connexion with the chief; the entries of cattle for exhibition on Thursday were 800, and very fine were the specimens. The Duke of Leinster was to preside at a great banquet prepared for 1,300 persons.