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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
 
A VAGABOND SON.

A VAGABOND SON.

TN London, tktuntaj, Stephen » power• fully-built nun 35, looking like sailor, was charged with stabbing hi* brother aad attempting the life of hia father. Mr. C'harlr* Grange, master tailor Hare Street, Green, who teamed very muoh dintrowed, stated that the prisoner bad always
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Close Mouth at Times.—ln London, Saturday, a middle-aged woman, tolerably well dresseti, was charged with u*ing bad language and

A Close Mouth at Times.—ln London, Saturday, a middle-aged woman, tolerably well dresseti, was charged with u*ing bad language and

otliei wise misconducting herself. Mr. Maud, the presiding magistrate, asked her name. The pdice replied that she had refused to give it Mr. Maud (to prisoner}— What your nam *, tell ' Prison* r made reply. Mr. Maud—Where do you live Prisoner wan still silent. Mr. Maud —Have yon
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Theatrical As (>e,.|,le passed the Theatre Royal, Belfast, on Monday evening, they read one other, or both, of the followiug

Theatrical As (>e,.|,le passed the Theatre Royal, Belfast, on Monday evening, they read one other, or both, of the followiug

notices, displayed in conspicuous placards : The theatre wdl consequence a closed thwevening, in con- breach of engagement on sequence Mr It moke the part the manager, having refused to play the Mr Brooke, Mia Jones,' part Othello and Mr. Younge will not perform this evening.**
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVELATIONS OF THE RAILWAY.

REVELATIONS OF THE RAILWAY.

REVELATIONS THE RAILWAY. The following startling evidence has been given in the course of the Windham Lunacy case : Mr. Joseph Heard, formerly a guard in the service of the Eastern Counties Railway, said he knew Mr. Windham very well. He frequently went down Norwich by the night
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS DAT. HOUSE PROPERTY FOR SALE rpo BE SOLD AUCTION, at Mr. H. C. CLARKE'S AUCTION MART, ROSEMARY STREET, on

THIS DAT. HOUSE PROPERTY FOR SALE rpo BE SOLD AUCTION, at Mr. H. C. CLARKE'S AUCTION MART, ROSEMARY STREET, on

WEDNESDAY, the let January, 1862, Two o'clock in th« afternoon All that PIECE GROUND situate on the T«t aide of STANHOPE STREET, Belfast. sontaining in front Sixty feet, bounded the North WALL STREET >wl the Mr. Thomso*'* holding ; held lease for "er at the yearly rent £6 0» Orl
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BAN I DOE UNIOH- rpHE GUARDIANS OP THE POOR BAN, UNION' are <lnirm< \C, CONTRACT for RAISING -i the present

BAN I DOE UNIOH- rpHE GUARDIANS OP THE POOR BAN, UNION' are <lnirm< \C, CONTRACT for RAISING -i the present

IDIOT WARDS of the Workhonse another Storey. according and Specifications urn the Workhouse. Sealed Tender*. stating the time in which the work will be completed, will he received Uv me «p till Twelve o'clock. MONDAY. Cth January, 1862, when urn will taken into consideration. (B
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS. D©cemb*r at Street, Be If.i ft, Mrs. Janvs i'nwforil, jun., of a #nn. December IM, at Upton Street. the

BIRTHS. D©cemb*r at Street, Be If.i ft, Mrs. Janvs i'nwforil, jun., of a #nn. December IM, at Upton Street. the

wife of Mr. Roltert linenlapper, of twin daughter*. | December Lower Langfield Rectory, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Stark, of a rod. December 28. 7, Victoria Place, Deny, the wife of A. Hamilton, , of a daughter. MARRIED, December 27, St. Amlrew'n. Bally halbert. 1 the Rev. W«,
1 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland