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PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF 8HARES AND STOCKS. UAN1IR AND RML11,WAYS. : * a I ! I _ _ R BANK8,&C ~ - £ to £ Nortlorn Bank . 3o 100 02 4 ,, G5 621 Belfast an ?? 25 100 7 3 Ulster 1ank .. 2 10 94*.e: I 8-, 9e D Provhmcial l.Onk .. | 25 100 85 ,, 8mi Royal blank 10 150 202 ' , 7 27 27 Iliorman ?? ??
9 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

ULSTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

FORTY-EIGHH HALF-YEARLY MEETING. YESTERDAY, the forty-eighth half-yearly meeting of the Ulster Railway Company was held in the Board- room of the teralinus, Great Victoria Street, when the attendance of shareholders was large. The Chairman of the Company, Wam. COATES, Esq., J.P.
9 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CANNONS, GUNS, AND STEAMSHIPS FOR GARIBALDI.

CANNONS, GUNS, AND STEAMSHIPS FOR GARIBALDI.

CANNONS, GUNS, AND SnEAMSIIPS FOR G APIBALDI. (FROM TtU LIVIMrPOOL DAILY' TIMES, Al't. 4.) Tins morning, at one o'clock, a noble paddlle-1ieheel steamer, the second of two which have been pur- chased in this port for Garibaldi, rounded the rock on her way to the coast of Sicily.
9 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVIEWS.

REVIEWS.

ITALY IN TRAeSITION: Public Scenes and Private Opi- nions in the Spring of 1860; illustrated by official Do- cuients from the Papal Archives of the Revolted Le- gatilons. By WILLIAM ARTHUn, A.M. London: flismilteon, Adats, 4, Co. Belfast: A. S. Myase, Do- negall Square East. U'W
16 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

(Spippletealntary to Tei'seqiphic Sninlary.) HOUSE, OF LORDS-MONDAY, AUGUST 13. REFRESHMENT-HOIjSES AND WVINE LICENSES (IRELAND) BILL. On the mnotion of Elul GRANVILLE, the Ilouse agreed to proceed with-this Bill as a Bill of supply. Earl GRPANVILLE luoved thle second reading of
16 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BLONDIN, THE "AMERICAN ROPE-WALKER."

BLONDIN, THE "AMERICAN ROPE-WALKER."

I BLONDIN, TilE "AMERICAN ROPE-WALKER." I EvrnioNE has read, of thc feats of M1. Blondin, on a rope stretched across the Falls of Niagara; and mnost people will recollect tha.t after tile American papers had described entlhunsiastically his daring per- formances, there was a " de
16 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CASE OF THE REV. MR. FOX.

THE CASE OF THE REV. MR. FOX.

IT is well to have companions in misfortune. Men do not think half so seriously of a mishap if others, especially those to whom they are subordinate, share it with them. They who do not experience the de- lights which a thousand a-year and an easy office confer wonder why the th
11 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRIAPH.] HOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY. PUBLIC BUSINESS. Lord GRANVILLE, in making a statement as to the state of public business, stated the intention of Government to proceed with the Tenure of Land (Ireland} Bill. The Poor-latv Relief (Ireland) Bill was read a sec
11 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PREPARATIONS FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES AT NIAGARA.

PREPARATIONS FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES AT NIAGARA.

A CoRtRESPONDENT of the Pl1itdelphlia Inquirer gives tie following account of the preparations for the re- ception of the Prince at Niagara:-_ " It is understood that his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales will, during his sojourn at the Falls, have his quarters at the mansion f
11 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

BELFAST MARKETS-FiIDIAY, AuGUST 10. (FRMOI MESSRS. T. & C. GAUSSEN.) WE have no improvement to note in the weather, wvhich still continues cold, with showers. The want of heat and sunshine is greatly against the maturing of the grain crops. At our warket this morning, the supply
11 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland