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THE PARRICIDE AT BLACKBURN.

THE PARRICIDE AT BLACKBURN.

1 -, _1 _ 1- _ _- M A 1 n Wa have published already a few details of the death by violence of an old man, named John Barber, living in Moor Street, Blackburn. At the inquest, r opened on Friday evening, and adjourned nuatil this p day (Wednesday), the evidence was to the effect
7 October 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
English Markets.

English Markets.

-elxlISk w~tita~htfs. 7 LONDON, 30oNDAr, Ocr. 56-Grain.-The show sb on- lish wheat on the stands was sm rall this mnarlia, but theng w tas a good supply of foreign. Tla trade has remained in. active, ?? wheit was taken by our millers lowljy at the rr.tes of Monday last. For forei
7 October 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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fg TIIE MOST SPLENDID EXHIRITION EVER IN IRELAND. PILOREIMAGE THROUGH THE UGOLY LAND. VI[CTORIA HALL, BELFAST. NOIV ?? EACII DAY, 31 i\ 0 l: N I N G S, AT 1AlIF-PAST TWO; SR E V E N 1 N G S, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. wi The Great, Original, Mammoth by XI 0 V I N G D I O R A yl A JlERUSAL
13 April 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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IVEEKLY STEAM COMMUNICATION - FROM I LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN FOR NEW YORK. :i Tons. Totis. City of New York, 2.5'6 Edinburllgh, 2,197 City of Baltimore, 2,367 liangaroo, 1.874 City of Washingtonm2,380 Glasgow, ?? 1,962 City of MIanchester,2 .109 Vigo,,.. *l ,953 E t n 2,215 Bosp
19 October 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION.

FASHION.

T II L C IO T. i BATLMORAT,, OCr. I5.-.'Iho Qncen, aCCOI psallied by f Princess 11clemn and Pirlncess Louise, and attended by Lady Augusta Bruce, dlrove out yesterday, and rodl: to the top of Craie Glish. Th(Prince Consort, S tle Prince of Wales, and Prince Louis of Hlesse, at-
19 October 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

BALLYGAWLEY CHURCII-THlE SYMBOL OF THE CROSS. TO TilM EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEIVS-LETTER. SiR_ It is with pain and shame that I have seen an account in your joeriial of the attempt made by the Rector of Ballvgasliey to introduce Ronlish ritualism into his Parish; Churcb. The par
10 November 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. ESCAPE OF A PRISONER.

OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. ESCAPE OF A PRISONER.

AN audaciously dishonest act has been committed in the neighbourhood of Dungannon, under aggravating circumstances, followed by the escape of the accused criminal. Tile person charged is named John Hughes, who was a carpenter residing in Dunganrion. Ile has not been long release
19 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC LECTURE IN THE VICTORIA HALL.

PUBLIC LECTURE IN THE VICTORIA HALL.

PUBLIC LECTURE IN THE YICTORIA HALL. YESTERJ)AY evenjing, a public lecture was delivered in the Victoria Hall, under tlhe auspices of the Irish Temperance League, by iMlr. Peter Sinclair, of Edinbunrgh, known as "tile Children's Frienci." The chair was occdpied by J. P. CORRY, Es
19 September 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

ANlTV,3-lETTrR OFFICE, Thiursday 31or'rirrg. YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES. [trY MtAGNETIrc T'tLEGRAPIs.j POLAND. Cracow, Wcdnesday. Tihe state of things at Warsaw i5 s glnolmy. Popular oxe--sses conlinue to trike place. On Monldayy, the sh5o1) of a plover' tns demolished. Yesterday, t
19 September 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHANNEL FLEET IN LOUGH FOYLE.

THE CHANNEL FLEET IN LOUGH FOYLE.

GRAND BA.LL AT GORTGOWAN. 0N Mjonday night, a grand ball in honor of the Offi- cers of tle fleet was given at the residence of John A. Smyth, Esq., Gortgowan House, Moville. A spacious pavilion bad been crected on tue lawn, in continuation of the right wing of Mr. Smyth's Imnd.
19 September 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland