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The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

ett '~lagfW Rt JIn:ttt (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1862. TnE intelligence by the Asia, which arrived at Queenstown on Saturday, is to the effect that i rumors were prevalent of the evacuation of i Richmond; that the Confederates were taking up a position
18 August 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

fjanign 4nieffigermt. f ITALY. . FLORENCE, AUG. 11.-I have received the following c from Sicily, which may not, perhaps, be anticipated by f your telegraphic despatches; and, as it gives tather t a serious aspect to the daily bulletin, I shall send it I off. Garibaldi, dreadfully
18 August 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

I I ?? 11 I *IfaM A615-ftitm, ?? I (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.).. BELFAST: SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1862. IN London, the belief obtains in monetafy circles that the danger of complications from the Garibaldian movement has almost disap- peared. As a proof of this, the Italian five-per- c
16 August 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORTADOWN, DUNGANNON, AND OMAGH JUNCTION RAILWAY.

PORTADOWN, DUNGANNON, AND OMAGH JUNCTION RAILWAY.

I PORTADOWN, DUNGANNON, AND OMAGH I JUNCTION RAILWAY. [FosO oult cOOnEsrONDENr.] tion, were TIrE ordinary half-yearly meeting of this company the was held yesterday (Friday) in the Society-house, that Dungannon, when the chair was occupied, in the Sadl3 likev absence of the Hon.
16 August 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE COURTS—YESTERDAY.

POLICE COURTS—YESTERDAY.

POLICE COURTS-YESTERDAY. H ItBAD OFFICn. The Illicit StiUl Case.-Michael Molloy and Bridget Maguire were brought up in custody charged by Super. visore Aloton and Jeffi of the excise department with being found in the house 63, Upper Clan- brassil-street, on Tuesday evening at th
21 August 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ROBBERY OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

ROBBERY OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

|ROBDER1~ OF TIlE BANK OF E NGLAND. I - n An TVtwI Ag - p £1,5;00 REWAIl,). A discoverv was on Saturday made at the Bank of Ern.glacd that many of their notes, which had been re- cently passed and paid, and which have subsequently been discovered to be forgeries, were printed upo
18 August 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD DUBLIN.

PIER HEAD DUBLIN.

PIE1i HZAf DUBLIN. ARRJIVALS Vp to 9, n m., August 4 -Wind-IW S.W. Antust 2-Cainbria steamer, Holyhead; Foyle, ste3'ner, London; Queen of England and Anne Liurie, New York. whcat; lachlt Uarrison, Newport, lIron; Fanny, Chepstow, . Atdiht% 3-Qaecn, steamer, Whitehaven; Iran Duke,
5 August 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

I -- I 1aUrTuRAT U, 'ClIb Ltl8DAY.-Tlisi day will lonlg bc rcncmmbered here o l account of tile solenln An11 very intereoting cereneonies which took place il St. Fhitan's old churchl tills norning at ten ociocik. I allude to tle ?? of a youn, lady, who hl the perfect wildoil of
16 August 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

I DUBLIN MAARKETS-FUIDAT. OMC5AD. Bauoar.-Th weatiser Is again variable-wet unfortunately predominating-but our corn market w5s stiff for everytbing, and the pricesof Tnesdaywere fallysupported. Afew samples of indifferentnew here soid well. at 11l to 12 lad wheat, 30s to 84h- r
16 August 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONVICT BURKE.

THE CONVICT BURKE.

THE COavoIr BURfKE. CrOrNETE', MIONDeAY-Th0 ?? ?? of the law will be carried into effect on this unhappy man, in front of Clonm el jail, at twelve o'clock on Monday next. It is stated that lie has becomo very penitent and gives earnest attention to the spiritual ministrations of
20 August 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland