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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
 
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
 
MR. GAkLAHER, THE VENTRILOQUIST. Mr. Gallahcr's entertainment at tbe Mechanics’ Institute

MR. GAkLAHER, THE VENTRILOQUIST. Mr. Gallahcr's entertainment at tbe Mechanics’ Institute

last night was a great success The theatre was crowded In convenience, and numbers bad to leave for want ol accoramcdatlon. We believe Ukaty prolong his visit. deed the pub Be seem to demand it. About 811,0001., chiefly in foreign gold, was taken from tbe Bank on Saturday lor ex
28 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLICATIONS.

PUBLICATIONS.

books! Ev«iy CATHOLIC WOUK may had Foil Free fr»m JOHN I KISTER AND PVBLISDER CATHOLIC WORKS, No. I, PARLIAMENT -STREET, Comer of DAMK-STREET, opposite the ROYAL EXCH ANGE. Tlio the LONDON CATHOLIC PUBLISHERS in Stock.
28 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland