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INCIDENTS OF THE HARTLEY TRAGEDY.

INCIDENTS OF THE HARTLEY TRAGEDY.

Lobd H astisud, who is the owner ths royalty of the mine, ha* sent one hit stewards down from Norfolk with special instruction* to see that I the necessities the widsws aud orphans are attended to. The village, denuded a* is almost entirely of its bread winner*," presents an aff
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Arrived thia port, on the 25th imt., the Frank SUawood, from with corn flour. —Richardson, Bros., & Co., consignee*. Arrived at Elsinore, on the 19th instant, the Sirene, Freese, from Merael for Londonderry. Cleared from New York, on the instant, the St. Helena, Cotter, of Belfa
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS. January 25, at Fountainville, the wife of Cliarlea Thompson, K--q., of a daughter. January %, at 11 alone Place,

BIRTHS. January 25, at Fountainville, the wife of Cliarlea Thompson, K--q., of a daughter. January %, at 11 alone Place,

Bclfaot, the wife Mr. Thorn a*. T. World, of a won. January X, Oakshaw Hill, Pauley, the wife •f Robert Kerr, Bkj., of a daughter. January 26, the I'lster Bank, Strabane, the wife of Thomas Eaq., a son. MARRIED. January 23, in the Linen Hall Street Preebvterian Church. Belfast,
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belpact. —The novelty the prwt-iit i* LiJia child apparently r ievta y»an old, »ho (Mtxiesdcs a wonderful hi*iii..ry, a

The Belpact. —The novelty the prwt-iit i* LiJia child apparently r ievta y»an old, »ho (Mtxiesdcs a wonderful hi*iii..ry, a

number of character* with fidelity, considering her years. i: |»r th♦ »\- ' • «.f precocifMi* talent, of this any other j ••i - -, < inn>»t bat regard with interest child ! ' ncv mjui^e9ts itaelf in very re- Markable decree. She will ap|>ear thU evening. »ell i—Thii place of ent
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DIVORCE COURT OUTGROWING ITSELF.

THE DIVORCE COURT OUTGROWING ITSELF.

(From the Standakd.) The Divorce Court is a pretty nurse for matrimonial squabbles. There never was institution bitter adapted for breeding separation than thia grand eonfessional for conjugal sinners. If a naughty husband wife, or a young pair bent only on pr* sent enjoyment, c
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF LEASEHOLD FARMS SOLD PI'BI.IC AUCTION (mil*•*»• jn> vK'U«!t »li«|i«»%e.! l*ri*«t«* * Outre t. of i!u»- l *'* will

SALE OF LEASEHOLD FARMS SOLD PI'BI.IC AUCTION (mil*•*»• jn> vK'U«!t »li«|i«»%e.! l*ri*«t«* * Outre t. of i!u»- l *'* will

be v »t the S AI. K. !:«-»« M' JOHN H. Ii« »\V AN. Ac<*tf«»nvr. S I.A K K Belfast. the 14th Fe)*ruary. N>l »• the hour of «Hu* o'olateh, pernu«»i<>ii the llo! N«hfe H* HT»«>|tl» l.« T N«». 1 A K»r« with «». 11 «. root -7A. ll*l* nt«Mivr>*, h*-U «>n thr*-«« \--uuw I:vMt T«%rlv rr
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

STATE TRADE. Lrbdh, J AM. 25.—The woollen cloth markets to-day have been steady to demand and prices, but great amount business was done. The improvement in the trade which has lately been noticed goes but slowly, and purchases, especially in the home trade, are made in smaller q
30 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JHH.Y •mt.i or, C-*tie Market lfji«t r» LET. COTTAO* with ►•iuNt OmM-ll»uiwM, sal about teen Acre* of excellent Land. atpreaout

JHH.Y •mt.i or, C-*tie Market lfji«t r» LET. COTTAO* with ►•iuNt OmM-ll»uiwM, sal about teen Acre* of excellent Land. atpreaout

occupied Hn. K■annul. House is well adapted f..r the r-wjjUan r«i«UUle. famUjr. ii «tu*u within one "f liviseatown two Lowtherstown Road Koilwa* Sl«lmn. Propolis for the will be received Row. " Bracksgh; o- W«. Anderson, Jaji. 24, ISi;2. BE LET, Kxteas'.va PREMISES .*. wi»!i Sks
30 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Pkiiadtlrpkia »»y» John Drew opened to the largest that ever uwembled in the Arch Street Theatre. Be aiade an

The Pkiiadtlrpkia »»y» John Drew opened to the largest that ever uwembled in the Arch Street Theatre. Be aiade an

addrea between the piece*, and the gave him a welcum that had? fair raiv the done.
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LECTURE ON THE STATE OF THE PARISH OF PARTRY, BY THE REV. P. LAVELLE.

LECTURE ON THE STATE OF THE PARISH OF PARTRY, BY THE REV. P. LAVELLE.

LECTURE THE STATE OF THE PARISH OF PARTRY, BY THE REV. P. LAVELLE. A UKTVar was delivered in the Victoria Hall last svening by the B«v. P. La valla, P.P. Partly, on the privation* suffered the poor people ai that place. Mr. J. Griffith occupied the chair, and the meeting waa very
29 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland