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THE ÆSTHETICS OF LADIES' BONNETS.

THE ÆSTHETICS OF LADIES' BONNETS.

THE JEBSTHETICS OF LADIES' BONNETS. WE extract the subjoined maxims-drawn up by M. CObevruel, a famous French writer-from a handsome volume of Essays in History and Art, by Mr. i. H. Patterson, which has just appeared, being in a great measure a selection of articles from " Black
29 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION.

FASHION.

. .- THE COURT. e OSBORNE, SUNDAY.-The Rev. G. Prothero per- formed the service this morning at Osborne, before their Royal Higbnseses the Prince of Wales, Prince Arthur, Princess Helena, and Princess Louise, and their Serene Hialhnesses Princess Hoheulobe and Prince Louis of He
29 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

Dram up fry a Committee of the Linen Trade, appointed under Ike auction of the BeifoM Chamber of Commerce. Belfast, Monday Evening, Jan. Flaxsee*.— Arrival* Belfast Already reported, 14,500 barrel* Riga; 2,393 Dutch. Newry—Already reported, 6,12J barrel* Riga ; hhda. Dut-h. Lmdo
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRANCE AND ROME—DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE ON THE ROMAN QUESTION.

FRANCE AND ROME—DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE ON THE ROMAN QUESTION.

[by magnetic tklegraph.] Pabis. Jascait 28.—Among the diplomatic cor respondence laid to-day on the table of the Corp Legirlatif is a Dote from M. Thouvenal to thi Marquis Lavalette, the French Ambassador Rome, dated January lltb, which the followiof summary :—ln recognising the
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE ORDNANCE FRAUDS.—SENTENCE UPON THE PRISONERS.

THE LATE ORDNANCE FRAUDS.—SENTENCE UPON THE PRISONERS.

Thi Court Queen's Bench sat Monday. The prisoners, Hamilton Connolly and John M'jflwaiae, were in attendance the aide bar to the sentence of the Court There was crowded audieooe present. The Lord Chiet Justice— My brother O'Brien will paas sentence. Mr. Justice said—Hamilton Con
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Family Grocery, Provision, Wine and Spirit Stores, CROitAC STREET. IHAt'B always on hand a Select STOCK in TEAS, WINKS, and

Family Grocery, Provision, Wine and Spirit Stores, CROitAC STREET. IHAt'B always on hand a Select STOCK in TEAS, WINKS, and

SPIRITS, together with everv Article raited for the Family Grocery and Provision Trade. XX PORTER; Bam It Co-'a, Edinburgh, Drogheda, and other ALES. ADAM BOTD. JOHN HOLMES, (FOB 51X1 IN TBI Of WILLIAM *'SKILL, ESQ.), SKIPPER STREET, BELFAST, AS-FITTIB, MANUFACTURER OF EVERY DES
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IF YOCT ORDER TOUR COAL raoK WILLIAM HINDE. House and steam coal IMPORTER, The quality will be guaranteed. 15 QUEEN'S

IF YOCT ORDER TOUR COAL raoK WILLIAM HINDE. House and steam coal IMPORTER, The quality will be guaranteed. 15 QUEEN'S

QCAY, BELFAST. STEEL SHIRTCOLLARS AND WRIBT BANDS. ATKINSON'S PATENT. ALL expense ce&ae* with the firat coat, the wearer can and Dry them ready for in one moment. Sold J. ARNOTT k CO., 15, Bridge Street 793 BICE'S TAVERN * ROOMS, s®, CHURCH LANE, BELFAST. bast valae In Tows la D
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONSERVATIVE SURGERY.

CONSERVATIVE SURGERY.

29 January 1862 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.

ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.

29 January 1862 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEWERS OF TOWNS. A SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH LODGED BETWEEN THE TONGUE AND EPIGLOTTIS.

SEWERS OF TOWNS. A SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH LODGED BETWEEN THE TONGUE AND EPIGLOTTIS.

SEWERS OF TOWNS. SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH LODGED BETWEEN THE TONGUE AND EPIGLOTTIS. By Mr. Paget of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. In July, a gentleman, 60 years old, after being engaged all day in more than usually fatiguing business, and exposed to cold air, felt faint and ill m th
29 January 1862 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland