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FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

I _ I The intended journey of the Crown Princess to England, on a vialt to her royal mother, i8 expected to take place arortly.e The Ring of Bavaria' left MUDich with hid auito iu tio molrnig of the 22nd, on lila way to hice. Thle King trevelsificopnito, under the name of the Co
29 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN.

THE LOSS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN.

I TUBlE LOSS OP TiE IN~DIAN OCEAN. I TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE 'REEM.iN. Stu-Permit me to contradict a statement which I saw in your number of 27th instant. It is, I am sure, with pleasure that you will give publicity to the fact that the passengers and crew of the Indian Oceau, whic
29 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPOLTING INTELLIGENCE. 0 WEWIITS FOR TIE LIVERPOOL GRAND iATIONAL. d The Grand Natilosal Steeplechase (handicap) of 20 sars b cach, i it, and 0 only f declared tohto Clork of the Coirsr at p Chester, on Feb. 6, at neon. About four milca. Weights t publithed on January 20, Lg p.mt
31 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TH1ATRE ROYA1, DUBLIN. Lk T*fIS VXNING (Thursday), J.nnary 38th. the per- lerinsnce wil eo~mneneo witl. tbo -dnlreldeo.e Praulja en- tiled TUE LADIES BATTLE.-Le Baron do Moniricisard, Mr V Hantfey,: henrl de Flav181leul, Mr E Prloo, Gustavo do 10rignor, Mr F Robinson; the Coi!tne
30 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION.

AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION.

THue diaries of the explorers who lost their lives, th el and of others who risked theirs, in pursuit of know- wvay . ledge, and 'in the seareh of missing comrades, are Autu deeply interesting. A perusal of the diaries, and tinne albaw very piiinfnl the records are in the case o
30 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

AM ER IC AN } BUNK U )I. - {ROM TBHE SATURDAY IIEVIEW.) PEACE be with the manes of the defunct American gasconade I Nothing now remains for us but to bury the tomahawk, and walk in decent solemnity by the side of the coffin that bears to its last resting-place all that is left o
30 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

BELFAST HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

AINNUAL MiEETING.tr YESTERDAY, at one o'clock, the annual meeting of the Belfast Harbour Commissioners was held in the pr Public Hall, Harbour-3ffice. The Commissioners Li Ipresent ?? Clarke, JdP.; John Thomson, WI J.P.; Thomas Sinclair, J.P.; X. M. Pirrie, M.D.; ha Robert Hende
31 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

BELFAST MARKETS-THURSDAY, JAN, 30. BOROUGH NlEABTr Olviouy, PRIOES. GRAtlN, &0. VZrOTABLEs AND WRBUT. Per awt. of 1121bd. P c f wtof 121bi. - s8.d. C. s.d~ . I sda Wheat, whito.. 12 0 to18 S3 Potatoeta`,M'Muflt 0 to 3 2 Do., red, ?? 0 toll 9 Whlte 2ke' G Oto'S 8 Oats,. ., 8 to 7
31 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CONFEDERATE COMMISSIONER ON THE SLAVE TRADE.

A CONFEDERATE COMMISSIONER ON THE SLAVE TRADE.

|A CONFEDERATE COMMIlSSIONER ON THE I;, SLAVE TRADE. MnR YANCEY, now in London as commissioner from e the Confederate States, writes to the Daily News, a ontradicting a statement that he is an advocate of the slave trade. He says:- d "I have never advocated the African slave trad
29 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

- REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE, PAST WEEK. (FROM THE MARE LANE JcXPR1ESS OF MONDAY.) THE sharp frost, followed by a light covering of snow, left us on Tuesday night; and, with the return of mild weather, field-work has boon resumed. No damage whatever to the plant
29 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland