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THE GLADSTONE BANQUET.

THE GLADSTONE BANQUET.

[BY MLGXZTIC TELZGIAP.) i Newcastle, Oct. 7. THE Chancellor of the Exchequer arrived in New- castle yesterday. He came from Brongham Hall in the afternoon to Blaydon, where he alighted and drove to Gibside, the residence of the Right Hon. Wm. Huth, M.P. To-day he came to Newcast
8 October 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

?? te -??fffut I - I (ESTABLISHIED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST:- WEDNESDAY, AUG. 26, 1863. THE Congress of Sovereigns is still sitting at Frankfort, and, notwithstanding the absence of the Prussian monarch, they have arrived at some important reforms, among which are the al- ternate pres
26 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOQARD OF GUARDIANS. YuESTERDA, the Guardians of the Belfast Union hedl [ their weekly meeting-Mr. DAVID TAeLOR, J.P., ia the chair. The others present were-Messrs. W. T. B. Lyons, J.P.; William 3M'Gee, J.P.; Henry Har- rison, J.P.; John Hamill, Thomas Gaflikin, John s Ec
26 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sporting.

Sporting.

,$p uf il".q. IBY ?MAGNETIC TELLGEAPE. I STOCKTON RACES-TYEsTERnDY. Q STOC-rTON TanADas ?? 5 HANDICAP of 100 sos's in specie, si added to a Sweepstalees of 15 sovs each. 10 it; the second to receive 20 sovs out of the stakes. Two miles-Mr. J. Whittaeler's Chabnge, 3 yrs, Gst 'lb,
26 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-O~ ~ ~ ~ THIS DAY. PLEASURE EXCURSION TO STRANRAEIP CATTLE SHOW, C ON WEDNLSDAY, 24TrB JULY. IH E FIRT-CLAS STEAMNTER ?? S-,! b Captain DOUGLAS, a. y, ~Wjill SAIL fromn BELFAST FOR STRANRAER, on WEDNESDAY, "S 4tlh July, at Seven o'clocl Mlorninog; ' . rtettilrnin from An STRANRA
24 July 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

S k'.COND EDL)TION. '-IIIS DAY'S NEWS. [BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.] NKIWS-LETTER OFITiCE, IVednesday, One o'clock, p.n. REPRESENTATION OF LONDON. Air. Western Hood addressed another ameeting of the Liberal electols of the city last night. A resolu- tion in his favor was carried by a
24 July 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

DRAWN UP BY A OONMITTBE OF THE LINEN TRADE, AP- POINTED UNDER THIE SANCTION OF THs BELFAST CRAMBEEB al OF GONJIERCE. Belfast, Monday Evening, July 22, 1861. bo FLAX. Cookstown, 4 tons milled, prices, 7s Od to 10s 6d per stone of 1{i1lbs.; do., 1 ton bandscutchel, prices, 5s 6d t
24 July 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECC LESIASTICAL. TU-BR ESTABLISHED CHURCH. The Right Rev, the Lord Bishop of Limerick, Ard- fert, and Aghiadoe has promoted the Rev. Samuel B. Leonard, cerate of Kilflyn, in the County of Kerry, to thevaluable rectory ol Droumtariffe, near Kanturk, reserving £I150 of the revenue
24 July 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

(Specially prepared fo' the BelJ'st ANeivs-Letter.) BATH1 RAOES-TUESDAY. 'rtir, KILSTON STAKErS of 10 sOVs. each, 5 ft, with 50 added, thr all ages; two-year-olds Gst 10tb, three 8st 51b, four 8st 1211), five, six, and aged 9st 21h; mares and geldings allowed 311; the winner of
16 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADOPTIVE MASONRY.

ADOPTIVE MASONRY.

ADOPTIVE MASONRtY. (iRnOes A f.EXICON OF FREEMASONRY. BY AIXERT G. MACKEY, M.D.) BYv the immutable laws of our institution, no womian can be made a Freemason. It follows, therefore, as a matter of course, that lodges which adimit females to membership cau. never legally exist it
16 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland