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The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

gte Y t I' fit ! I f5 f " t l . ?? I_ (ESTABLTSlIED ANNO 1737.J B EL IF A ST: FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 1860. TH'E Moors have suffered enormously by an un- successful attack ?? the Spanish encampment. While the loss of the Spaniards is set down at 200, that of the Moors is stated to be 2,0
3 February 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SHIPPING INTEREST

THE SHIPPING INTEREST

J Mr. Lindsay moved for .select committee to inquire the ojieration the burdens and restrictions esi»e-ciallv affecting merchant shipping. lie declaimed at considerable legnth against the passing tolls, the light dues, and the large sums ships for the maintenance of ports which
1 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

(From the Mark-lane Erpreu.) Ujlkx-uhe, Arremitoo*. Jax. if3.—Last week arrirals of all grains were »ery ahort. The exports were on?}- 19 cuts (lour. Of English wheat the «upply was 7,«8» qrs, of foreign only from Kinden. This merniags, •how from the near eountles small, and bjd
1 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Notice of removal and PAJtTMERSHIP.—Mr. kichasd Ul( A VIS, Solicitor, having dissolved Partnership with lb. MKEKNT, has REMOVED his Offices

Notice of removal and PAJtTMERSHIP.—Mr. kichasd Ul( A VIS, Solicitor, having dissolved Partnership with lb. MKEKNT, has REMOVED his Offices

from 107, CATEL-BTREET, M, LOWER QUAY, and Ml. GraiH begs to Worm tbe profession and the public that ceased bare connection with Mr. M'Kenny, and that Mr. Hugh Heeney baa ceased to Ma Graves's employment— January, 18M. MR. HUGH HEENEY finds it necessary again to intimate to his
1 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
births. January 29, at St. John's-terracc, Clontavf, the *ifo of Charles Fitzgerald, jun . Esq, a son. January 28, North

births. January 29, at St. John's-terracc, Clontavf, the *ifo of Charles Fitzgerald, jun . Esq, a son. January 28, North

Great Oeorge's-street, the laily of James Sullivan Greene, Esq, barrister-al law, Air Hill, in the county of Cork, of son. January 2ft, at Belgmve-terracc, the wife Joseph Scutes, Esq, of a son (sail-born). January 29, at Dunstaffnage, Stillorgnn, the wife of R. S. Cuiniess, Esq
1 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE BUDGET-DIVISION.

THE BUDGET-DIVISION.

IST SPECIAL TELEUKAM. TIIE CORK {From our Corrc*jxmtL , ut.') London, Wednesday Night. The division will certainly t'ken on Friday night. Government expect increase their last majority, b it the Opposition expect to rcduce it. It was currently rumoured that, notwithstanding the
23 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Law Dkbatino Sociktt.—There will a meeting of the aboye society this evening (Thursday), at eight o'clock. Subject far debate— "

Law Dkbatino Sociktt.—There will a meeting of the aboye society this evening (Thursday), at eight o'clock. Subject far debate— "

Should the present system classical education, pursued by at the universities, be continued ?" The meeting will be open the public. Loss TMK Oxdixk.—Lieutenant Lean. R.X, Secretary to the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariner)' Benevolent Society, writes to us follows: —" Observing
23 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
It is proposed to prcct ' r the aiuient Q| i statue Lady Godira, pi

It is proposed to prcct ' r the aiuient Q| i statue Lady Godira, pi

23 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLICITY IN ENGLAND—AN APPEAL.

CATHOLICITY IN ENGLAND—AN APPEAL.

We earnestly recommend the annexed appeal to the consideration of our benevolent fallow-citizens. It will Keen from the statements in the letter that the good Sisters of Stapehill hare, independent of their distressed circumstances, special and pecular claims on the co-operation
8 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MERCANTILE SALES. Anetloa of Wine, Brandy, Ac. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, TOMOHBOW, Instant, after Sugar Sal*.

MERCANTILE SALES. Anetloa of Wine, Brandy, Ac. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, TOMOHBOW, Instant, after Sugar Sal*.

II Butt*, Hhd* and Quarter Caakt Skerry Win*. » Port do." < Quarter Caaki Brandy. Chests ... Congou Tea. JAKES STORES, WIDOW, SONS, Broker*. February, 1860. Aaction of Whiakey. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, it oar Ofiee, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, TOMORROW, the Mb instant, after the Sugar S
8 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland