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THE PAPER DUTY QUESTION.

THE PAPER DUTY QUESTION.

TIHE PAPER DUTY QUESTION. The Daily News, referring to the divisioh in the Lords on Monday, says, when all is done and said, there will next year be collected as taxes a million sterling more than the House of Commons meant to be collected. If these proceedings of the Lords be co
24 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION.

FASHION.

THE COURT. OsBont., MAY 20.-fer Majesty the Queen, his lloyal Highness the Prince Consort, her Royal High- noss the, Princess Alice, and the junior members of the Royal family, attended Divine service this morn- ing at Osborne. The Rev. G. Protheroe offleiated, Mr. and Mrs. Camp
24 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPORTS ON RAILWAY BILLS.

REPORTS ON RAILWAY BILLS.

(FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON THE BANBRIDGE JUNCTION RAILWAY BILL. Mr. Massey reported from the Committee on the Banbridge Junction Railway Bill:- That a report from the Board of Trade was re- ferred to the committee and considered by them. That a
21 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

NGLISH tMARKETS. LB;t MAGNIEIfC TIEtPGR;APHi.] LONX)ON CORN MARKET-FEB. G. Weather fine anl dry. Fo)reign sul)ply small of wheat, moderate of oato, slight of barley. Supply of wheat moo- derate; condition no better. Attendanwc pretty good, andl be-t samlenjos of wheat sell at las
7 February 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

, abtik 3n111teint+ ?? THIS EVENING. (ALLEREX OF ART, CORNER OF DONEGALL rILACE, BELFAST. FoR SIx NIG lITS ONLY, COMMENCING ON A;fR M(ONDAY, APRIL 9, 160. 'iE SI:;'lERS SOPHIA AND ANNIE. Will lave thc hontiou of appear'ing in an entirely. M NEW ENTERTAINMENT, Muisim, Fanviful, Co
9 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

PROMOTIONS AND EXCIIANGES. WAR-OFercE, APRIL 6. Royal Artillery-Secondl Captain A. Orr, on the Supernuriterary List., to be Captaiu; Second Casptain C. R. Hill to lie Captain, viee Brevet 1ajor HIenry, placed upon the Supernumerary List; Second Captain P. J. Campbell to lie Capt
9 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

niE 1) e !- ?? i ") I. I.fl i t la w I a U; a t t i . (ESS iL'VA SII g3 ANN(O 1737., IB E L I" A T: SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1860. Tris telegrams published this morning bring news of fresh convulsions in the American money market, and of continued political disturbance. The opinions of
1 December 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIMERICK UNION—THE SISTERS OF MERCY.

LIMERICK UNION—THE SISTERS OF MERCY.

LlMERICK UNION-THIE SISTERS OF MERCY. Lnrmiouc, XVtlofsDm--T'i';h e toti og oftho lo;oI I I of Guardiaiis this day was thu most n[l l ltiily it- ten(ded that 1Inis toien pli jeefo tr l11a0s len ytae s a large o limulit or ilurerest. haviulg been Celaltel I riisoln of tile questio
1 December 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

f l'.lilt ' Ai A t1'IC E lk';n 1... I ?? BELFAST TAARKETS. F13IDAY, lNov. 30, IS60. (no01 IIESSILS. T. & C. GALUSS1)N.) TnEs~ weather was cold and dry in the early pairt of the wceek, hut las become wet. T1ho supply of grain at oet' market this intrning was moderate. A largle por
1 December 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL WALKER'S EXPEDITION, AND THE CAPTURE OF TRUXILLO.

GENERAL WALKER'S EXPEDITION, AND THE CAPTURE OF TRUXILLO.

GENERAL WALKER'S EXPEDITION, AND THE I CAPTURE OF TRUXILLO. (FROM THE NEW ORLEANS PICAYUNE, AUGUST 25.) THE schooner Dewdrop, Captain Terry, arrived at this port this morning, from Roatan Island, the 16th instant. Among the passengers is a gentleman Wio left Truxillq on the 12th.
19 September 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland