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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

NATIONAL MONUMENT TO TME MEMORY OF l arge THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. Wanyl DEAR Sin-The propriety, if' not the duty, of Posted erecting a suitable monumant to the memory of ?? iv1 Royal BIghuness the Prince Consort has been felt by their c all classes I.of the United Kingdom since
28 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORTICULTURE.

HORTICULTURE.

, GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. PLANT DEPARTMENT.-Conservatory, &c.-The present changeable weather may cause extra pro. tecting materials to be employed; therefore, some should be in readiness when required. The principal work in plant houses will consist in keeping them an
28 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
3.j, Royal

3.j, Royal

I-M, E T I C I T Y IS LIFE. l a PLI.VKHMACHER'S PATI.ST GALVANIC CHAIN BANDS enable every auffvrer to benefit, at a small expense, the wonderfi curative properties of Gnlvanisin the moat -ever# esses of Bbeurnttism. Neuralgia, Parslvsis, F.i 'oiwy, SeivDa. Head aud I tM-A. be. D
28 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO MARINERS.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

CONN I NOB EG LIGHT *ll IP. COAST \VEX FOR I). Ballast Office. Dublin, January. ItMif. IT reference the Notice from this Office, d Pod Inatant, Notice is hereby Glyrnthat the Co::inbeg Light Ship has been placed lit her proper postil n. W. LEES. Secretary.
28 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sale Vaintijigs.— refer to the ad?«rU-H>- ment a sale of important collection pictures at >Jr. Cramsie'd, Waring Street, Belfast, on

Sale Vaintijigs.— refer to the ad?«rU-H>- ment a sale of important collection pictures at >Jr. Cramsie'd, Waring Street, Belfast, on

NV«I- next. As th«* whole will bs said aithout reserve, we may expect a large attendance of purchasers. Many of the lota are to be fcst-class ; and the advantage of purchasing the spot, lc.rge selection, is so obvieus, we need ualy draw attention to the forthcoming sale, previou
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£500 DAMAGES.

£500 DAMAGES.

the Secondaries Court, London, January 2*2, in the cam of " Read and Wife r. the North Railway Company, " inquiry waa sent down from the Court Common Plea* to a*sea* the damage* laid at £2OO for the male, and £5OO for Um female plainlif, in all £7OO, sustained the late Ken hah T
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
P*blic News-Room and Library, CATHOLIC INSTITUTE, 2 HERCULES PLACE. VISITORS, ONI NEWS-ROOM is supplied with np- wrii Forty Newspapers and

P*blic News-Room and Library, CATHOLIC INSTITUTE, 2 HERCULES PLACE. VISITORS, ONI NEWS-ROOM is supplied with np- wrii Forty Newspapers and

Periodicals. liBR ART contains a very extensive selection Standard and Popular Works Rooms are central, comfortable, aad Library aad News-Room, 2s 6d CALEDONIAN HOUSE. aWM. THOMSON A SON, HAT AND CAP MANU. FACTURERS, S CORN MARKET, BELFAST. NEW Ventilating Velvet Nap Satin HAT,
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARTICULARS.

PARTICULARS.

Tills very desirable property immediately adjoins the county sf MeaUv. It situate about half a mile from Clon■dilt, station on the Midland Great Western Railway, seven miles from Dublin, ami lies adjacent Dunboyne, Clonee, and Lucan. The Lands are uotcuunted, and the purchaser m
28 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

USTKALIA NEW ZEALAND. The WHITE STAB” Line of British and Australian Ex-Royal Mail Clippers sail from Liverpool for Melbourne on the Ist and 20th every mouth, forwarding passengers to Geelong, Sydney, Hobart Town, Adelaide, &c Passengers holding Victoria Passage Warrants will fo
28 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN AND THE COLUERS.

THE QUEEN AND THE COLUERS.

The following letter written to Mr. Cacr, the head viewer the collier}’, command of her Majesty, was read large religious meeting held on the pit heap on Sunday:— “Osborne, January 21, 1862. “Sir.—The Queen, in the midst of her owa overwhelming grltf, has takeu the deepest inter
28 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland