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The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

ett '~lagfW Rt JIn:ttt (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1862. TnE intelligence by the Asia, which arrived at Queenstown on Saturday, is to the effect that i rumors were prevalent of the evacuation of i Richmond; that the Confederates were taking up a position
18 August 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

fjanign 4nieffigermt. f ITALY. . FLORENCE, AUG. 11.-I have received the following c from Sicily, which may not, perhaps, be anticipated by f your telegraphic despatches; and, as it gives tather t a serious aspect to the daily bulletin, I shall send it I off. Garibaldi, dreadfully
18 August 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

THEINTERNATiONAL EXHIBON. - DD ANO D CURIOUS Tf5. G-I- lb the hair, fr and feather courts there 'aroesome .eaut collections, especialy worthy the attet i"on I5'd l isdy itors, to the great majority, Of w, WhOn1iW however, their locality is quite unknown. A ong otheir uiiosiiis sh
3 June 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

i; ATE O~ .1 -INT ALA.RM' IN VO9R E3:lViOlDINARy CoBxi; SAxUDY viro..inemrsz;jei when'tlie paries chaged with sending tating .lette ?? Leaby, .f Wo.oianifq.1. MDr. Wn. Galgeyiiof.Uton.Terrace, wee : b~rought be£,ore the benohe ofU magi trates,.,at, P~oliceCourt,; there has -been.
3 June 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TANDRAGEE PETTY SESSIONS—WEDNESDAY.

TANDRAGEE PETTY SESSIONS—WEDNESDAY.

I TANDRAGEE PETTY SESSIONS-WEDNESDAT. [Before R. Q. ALEXANDER, Esq., J.P.] ASSKULT. James Ewart was summoned by William Wright for having assaulted him at Bracka on the 6th Sept. inst. Mr. Atkinson appeared for the prosecution. To give security to keep the peace for for twelve mo
13 September 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

I &Ilxris?, BUMS.- -, ? .. BELFAST MARKETS. BELFAST, FRrDAY, SEPT. 12. u TEr, weather continues favorable for harvest operations, I and a good deal of grain has been cut this week in the v earlier districts, and next vweek harvest will be pretty I general, P The supplies of grain
13 September 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN AWKWARD MISTAKE.

AN AWKWARD MISTAKE.

THE Marquis of Kildare has just published an in- teresting volume of Addenda to the history of his family, from which we extract the following amusing anecdote:- "1 In 1741, the Earl of Rosse, a dissipated man, being on his death-bed, the Dean of Kilmore thought it his duty to w
21 October 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANBRIDGE, LISBURN, AND BELFAST RAILWAY COMPANY.

BANBRIDGE, LISBURN, AND BELFAST RAILWAY COMPANY.

BANBRIDGE, LISBURN, AND BELFAST RAIL- WAY COMPANY. er Tan following is a copy of the report to be laid be. d. fore the seventh half-yearly general. meeting of the of shareholders of the Banbridge, Lisburn, and Belfast ?? Company, to be held in the board-room, er No. 5, Donegall S
15 February 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sporting.

Sporting.

.'40Tfin. . e ~THE DERBY AND, OAKS. . HOrSPnmn," in'the, Daily Telegraph, thus refers- to* e 'the Derby of 1862:- 'Why it should 'be supposed that The Marqnis a cannot "1stay'" I do not know, looking at the family' a from which he springs; and Ashmall declares that in Y whoever r
4 June 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN CORRESPONDENCE.

AMERICAN CORRESPONDENCE.

(FROM OUR NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT.) NEW Yonxi, MA-RCH 28. THEr Merlimac still remains at Norfolk. Whether she is really unfit to undertake a sea voyage, as most people believe, or has been so disabled by the Monitor that she cannot again venture out, is quite uncertain. When the
16 April 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland