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DORNAN'S QUADRILLE BAND, HAVING tha honour ef performing before the Lords Lieutenant of Ireland several owwou, will ATTEND BALLS this

DORNAN'S QUADRILLE BAND, HAVING tha honour ef performing before the Lords Lieutenant of Ireland several owwou, will ATTEND BALLS this

Season Ulster on the shortest notice. Pn*ate Parties provided with any number, from Solo Instrument to full Band. J. DORNAN, Conductor, 26, Joy Street, Music Warehouse, Castle Place, Belfast. 00UGH, OOUOH NO MORE TH» tm hail sad MlabnM Pahnoala COOQH Muft aaa now only ks obtaine
25 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
trim, ^ C °Sl^ A S™i't R ° H * ' ™ WN ' FERMANAGH, LUTKM, LONDONDERRY, LOUTH, MEATH, TYRONE,

trim, ^ C °Sl^ A S™i't R ° H * ' ™ WN ' FERMANAGH, LUTKM, LONDONDERRY, LOUTH, MEATH, TYRONE,

CWe«--. Cladv, C-tl«l.rg, C«U.ta, Clan«, cJ»*5Jw, BWeck, BalJyh.y, Town. :_ I hind rum, Duneven, Donegal, EnnukiDen, Etflintr.n, Glen arm ' CtgMiiMaTaiy, Contehill, Coalialand, Comber, CMftf, Caailewellan, Carndonagb, Deaertmartin DraDerstown. I™? ,r CMtiedawaon, Coolutown I™^-
17 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rro BE LET, from the Ist of M*v next, A large commodious Hiree-Storev HOUSE, situate in VICTOR \ PLACE, HOLY

rro BE LET, from the Ist of M*v next, A large commodious Hiree-Storev HOUSE, situate in VICTOR \ PLACE, HOLY

WOOD, having Stables Couch-House attached, and all other accommodation* suitable for a Gentleman's Family, and now occupied Jas. M'lvttre, Esq. For jiorticularK apply Dr. Smyth, on the Premise*. BE LET or SOLD, an eligible TENEMENT the Village of PLOUGH, County Down, suitable fo
17 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

Appointments.—Commander Peter A. Scott the Nile (additional!, for surveying service ; and Lieutenant J. C. Drew (additional} to the Medina. Commander D. to the Coastguard, vice Willoughby, promoted; J. Giles nominated to anaval cadetsbip. Commander J. Thurburn to the Daunttless
18 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—THURSDAY.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—THURSDAY.

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18 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ANNUAL MEETING.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ANNUAL MEETING.

The annual meeting of the members the Belfast Chamber of Commerce was held yesterday in tbe Com Exchange, Mr. Jolto Hind, the president, in the chair. The attendance members was large. Mr. Vance, the Secretary, having read the minutes of the previous meeting, and a note from the
18 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPPRESSION OF THE POOR.

OPPRESSION OF THE POOR.

At the Wexford Quarter Ssssions, Mr. William Newell Barron, the learned Chairman, «Hdri»m«l the following seasonable and sensible observations the Grand Jury, in reference a system usury which has became prevalent the country :—"I muit call your attention to grievance I hare bee
18 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Love 801CIOS.—A Vienna loiter states that the director of the de Vintne f M. Edouard a young man year*

A Love 801CIOS.—A Vienna loiter states that the director of the de Vintne f M. Edouard a young man year*

"f age, blew out his brains a fen days since beside the coffin of his betrothed bride, who had died two days before. After determining to commit the desperate act, he wrote a letter his relative*, onetaining his last wishes, and taking leave of them. Literary Sketch or Imaoiwati
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIR PLAY FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES.

FAIR PLAY FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES.

(From the Cambridge Independent.) The extreme earnestness—we had almost aaid vehemence—with which the Timet, for two or three consecutive days after the death of the Prince Consort, appealed the Prince of Wales to decide instantly and finally in favour of a life of honour and us
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Military Execution,—The following letter dated Vaiettai Malta), Dec. The event of the w«ek in this garrison has been the

A Military Execution,—The following letter dated Vaiettai Malta), Dec. The event of the w«ek in this garrison has been the

execution the gunner John Ed wards, of the 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery, for hsving fired hi* carbine at Captain Keate. At his trial by general courtmartial made no defence, gave no reason for the act, and expressed no regret at having committed it. wss about years sf age, and bo
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland