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BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

YrSTEIRDAY, the usual weekly meeting of the Guar- dians of the Belfast Union was held in the Board- room of the workhouse, when the CHAIRMAN (Dr. 61'Gue, ?? presided. The other members present ?? Wailier, Thos, Gaffikin, James Iarper, F. 11. Lewis, Robert Carlilo, Adat. Brown, A
25 July 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MURDER NEAR FROME.

THE MURDER NEAR FROME.

IT tins already been stated that, a few years ago Miss Constance and .her. brotiler, in consequence of some family unpleasantness, absconded from home, the former dressed as a boy, and were caught at Bath. This occurred in July, 1856, and the following is the newspaper account o
25 July 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RECRUITS FOR THE PAPAL ARMY.

RECRUITS FOR THE PAPAL ARMY.

TDIUaLIES, MONDAY.-By an early train this morn- ing no less than seventy athletic young fellows left this town for Italy, by Dablin, a good number being frorn the town, some qf iyhqln held respectable posi, tions. More than a thousand persons visited the railway station. When th
15 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTFIS. Juno 14, at 7, Collego Street South, the wife of Mr. R. B. Hall, of a daubter;e. June 12, tit Corbal Lie, County Meath, the residence of her mother, the wife of George J. Allman, ?? of a daughter. daughter MARRIAGES. Jane I1, in tho Rosemary Street Presbyterian Church, B
15 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOTAL LOSS OF THE MAIL STEAM-SHIP HUNGARIAN.

TOTAL LOSS OF THE MAIL STEAM-SHIP HUNGARIAN.

LATEST ?PARTICULARS. LIvieasooL, MONDAY.-Tho melancholy tidings of the total loss of the Canadian mail steam-ship Hun- garlan, Captain T. Jones, was received here by tele- grain from Qucenstown yesterday afternoon, and has been since the chief snluject of conversation in comn- m
7 March 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESStONS. YEsTiRDAY, at the Quarter Sessions, the Chairman of tile Counaty, J. IJASriNGS OTWAY, Esq., QC., took his seat on the bonch at half-past nine o'clock, and proceeded with the lushioss of the Sessions. INSOLVENT OASI1. IN RE COURTttENAY, AN INSOLVENT. Dr.
1 November 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INVASION OF CALABRIA—THE BATTLE OF REGGIO.

INVASION OF CALABRIA—THE BATTLE OF REGGIO.

INVASION OF CALABRIA-THE BATTLE OF REGGIO. REoGro, AUOUST 22.-Travellers who ?? been ills way must remember that the town of Reggio is built almost opposite to Messina, upon a hill, which lines gently down towards the gulf. Tlree wide slrec s ran parallel to the seashore, one hig
6 September 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH -MAR{KETS. BELFAST AIARICETS-WED NESDAY, SEPT. BOROUGH MARKET OFFICIAL PRICFS, orkia, &C. VE-rAL .9. Per cwt. of 112lbs. Per cwt. oi I U;: relat, White, 0 0 to L 0 Potatoes, Cre:so, Do.;, , o1to3 13 7 While (ocks,, ;kte, .. 9 to i 3 Floanders, ,j Otr)Cl . 13 it o 14 12Carro
6 September 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-YESTERDAY. (Bcfore W. T. B. LYONS, ESq., J.P.) THR Is' were only aboat a dozen prisoners in custody this morning. ROBRIING A TILL. Edward M'Garry, of' Smithfield Court, was charged with having stolen 7's. 7d. from a drawer in the shop of alr. William Rossbtlh
5 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE, BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY. TO TIM EDITOR OF TiIE lELPAST XEWS-LETTEiR. Stn-The public are indebted to you for the free- dom with which all matters connected with railways, and other olbjects of local interest, are discussed it, your columns; and I trust you
5 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland