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CHURCH EDUCATION SOCIETY—SESSIONAL EXAMINATION.

CHURCH EDUCATION SOCIETY—SESSIONAL EXAMINATION.

CHURCH EDUCATION SOCINTY-SESSIONAL EXAMINATION. Tns sessional examination of the students (male and female) under training in the schools of this valuable society was held on Friday in the schoolhouse, Kil- dare Place. The school-room in which the exami- nation took place was tas
13 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Court and Fashion.

Court and Fashion.

19furt anb f alirrn. THE- CO URT. OseonSE, Juay 9.-The Queen, accompanied by Prince and Princess Leiningen, drove oat yesterday. The Duke of Somerset arrived from London, and had an audience of her Majesty. Miss Van ae Weyer has arrived at Osborne. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALE
13 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY TIPPERARY (SOUTH RIDING).

COUNTY TIPPERARY (SOUTH RIDING).

|i - ?? To \-t, T -1y 1 + CLo'1MEL, FeRDnA, dJLY 11. ?? Baron HUGEES.] A DIS110E55T SE0vANT. Patrick Cerney, the stewardof Mr. Price, was con- victed of stealing seven head of cattle from his mas- ter. It appeared that the mode of sroceeding adopted was an odd one, and very inge
22 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ecclesiastical.

Ecclesiastical.

6-alta la $fit a I ? THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. LansIe Tvur Fo1snxursos SrossE OF A NEW Canuerc. -The Woods Chapel being a chapel of ease in the parish of Ardtrea, County Londonderry, diocese of Armegh, through the zeal of the incumbent (now 13 years in this district), and his unwea
22 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Legal Intelligence.

Legal Intelligence.

Tc -1 ?11. -311tdl?qtlm. COUJRT OF EXCHEQUER. DunuxN, Fxzax. ' [Raoaz ount Owl anePoaRm]6. (Biclro Lord Chief-Baron P.ocorT.) TXOMA5 CLI.STON V. JAS. ALEX. i11,XOFERSON. Tilts wals an action b~roughlt by Thomas Cliniton, a dismiss~ed policemnan. againstm the defendant, thie pro-
4 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Correspondence.

Correspondence.

Ga.rplO)fTh e. t . EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDIINGS IN LURGAN. TO THaE EDITOR OF THE BrELAST NEW7S-LETTER. Sm -Owing to circumatances which have occurred during the rector's absence in this poplonus and im- portant town, I think it right, if you will kindlyiallow me to do so through th
4 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

: GENERAL ASSEMBLY Or THE PRES BYTERIA N CHRCH IN IRELAED, Lass evening, the first sederunt of the General As- sembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland was held in May Street Church. The hour announced for the opening service was seven o'clock, but fully an hour before that t
7 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

: b2 > ?? 0,t Et t g, p ?? II04~4f,; ~g 0,I 6f ~gvv~ cDIjA _V 0 4IH r (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1787.) BELFAST: FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1853. TEE New York correspondent of tlhe Tilaers an- nounces a great revulsion of feeling on the pairt of North ern citizens of all classes, who dejire- cate f
10 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE—JULY 8.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE—JULY 8.

[iwY MLGIETIC T1EORAPH-. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE-JULY 8. OPENING PxsCES.-Conmols for lMoney, 9 I; ClittO for Account, 924 4; N ew Three per Cents., 92 4. NOON Pnrczs.-Consols for Money, 924 q; ditto for Account, 92i4 New Three per Cents., 9241 ; Bank Stoek, 2375; Exchequer Bills, 1
9 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF DIVORCE—LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8.

COURT OF DIVORCE—LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8.

COURT OF DIVORCE-LONDON, WEDSESDIY, JULY S. (Before the JUDGE 0pDINmALa, Sir CrESSWELL CCESS- WELL, Mr. Justice 'WionnraN, and Mr. Baron CEANNELL.) CHICHESTER V. M-ULE, TALSELT CALLED cUICLESTERl. ArTER an application for postponement had been refused, l Sir C. CnESSWrLL proceede
10 July 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland