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IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARIKETS.. BELFAST MARKETS. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1800. (rRoMf MESSRS. ?? & 0. GAUSSEN.) TUE wind is still from the Eastward, with frosty nights) which Checks vegetation, but farmers are getting on fast ,with their labour. At our market this morning, we had small supplies of gr
28 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLYTECHNIC ASSOCIATION.

BELFAST POLYTECHNIC ASSOCIATION.

I ?? A I-At ?? .M_1 - - .s TUESDAY evening last, thle opening meeting of this association, for the present session, was held in the Lecture-room of the Belfast New Academy, Franklin Place, at eight o'clock, when the President, Dr. BROWsNi, R.N., delivered the opening address. Th
28 November 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW.

LAW.

a TI ii C II a ii p Ii I f c I COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. DunrIN, WEDNESDAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) .SITTINGS AT NIS! PEWUS. (Before Chief-Justice MIONVATIAN anid a Colmon Jury.) ANDRE1WS & CO. V. BALL. Tnis action was brought by Messrs. Wm. Andrews and Jonathan Vint, merchant
28 November 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

TI-HE PRESS. THE IRIS BRIGADE. (FROM TUL MO0RNiING ICiciALDM) ANOTItR brigade of Hibernian aborigines has started, it seems, to add a new chapter to that history of Irish chivalry abroad, which, like to Druidical an nals, can alone be found in declamations ?? speeches. By the fos
15 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE.

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE.

TRAINS will leave for the undermentioned places from and to Belfast, on week days, at the following hours :- 1F'rona Belflst. 'T'o Belsfnt. 6, 9 30 sll; 2, 5 30 pm Antrim 758, 1027 an; 240 5 40 pml. 8am; 12 n; 4 30 pm; Annagilnore* 725 mn; 12 n; 45pmi 7 15 p*m 7 40 pill 7, 8 Rin
15 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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NEW STEA31ER BETWEEN BELFAST AND B ANGOR < ~rn{ UE POWERFUL AND FAST- T 1 SAILING Steamer P E T R E L" ~.l ?? com mence plying between BEL- FAST and BANGOR, on MONDAY, the 30th April, Sailing every day (except Sunday), as under:- BELFAST TO BANGOR. At7 AM.; 12Noon; and 5P.t. BANG
28 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

9, ? t ?Clfiuf . (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELPAST: SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 18 60. TnE frauds on the Union Bank of London are still the topic of general conversation. Pullinger was brought up at the Mansion-Hlouse yesterday, but was remanded in order to allow time for a more complete
28 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COAST AND CHANNEL EXCURSIONS.

COAST AND CHANNEL EXCURSIONS.

IO~b , , ?? P IrnYDl NT) (FitOl A CORS'NJ' TiEseas00 for s111t-water exctrtio01s from the DIrth- - utrblis to thle coast towns within easy Ot.0 0rqaSIsnow Within aI fewdasois 5105 m[l t te -eret of mntafl who have availed ?? of its pleasur-es tothe itmost, and of more alil I . l
28 September 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE.

NATIONAL AsSOCIATION FOR THE PROMO- TION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE. TUESDAY, SEPT. 25. Tinoe proceedings were flxed to commenco tn-day in the Con00on ?? of the University at balf-past ten, lhot a delay of twenty minutes was caused i0 cOnsC- quence of thle Lord Advocate, who was to addres
28 September 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALFRED AT THE CAPE.

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALFRED AT THE CAPE.

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALFRED AT THE I CAPE. HeR Majesty's steam-frigate Euryalus, 51, Captain Tarleton, arrived on tile 24th of July in Simori's Bay, and the Harbour-master, Captain Nightirngale, on boarding her, was not a little surprised to find that' instead of bearing any
28 September 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland