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English Markets.

English Markets.

cj'?.t I q I, 4 t - r 1, , ".5 .- ? W" ?? * BY HAGSNETIC TCLFER8AWT. I LONDON CORN MARKET-Ate, ?? PRprorT.-Weather sine1. S1r_.. argr. WVheat-Slow sale. Flour du!l. Mrales raler weaser. Barley unchanged. Beans steady. Peas ns ciS 0sCs rather chcapCr.-GaLEs. SoNe, &- SmEL' a' a'ro
29 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

SANZ8 AND RBllWA.YS, o - - BAIMS, &C- ~ to Northern Banhl . 30 tOO 6 5 | G BelfastBank 2 ?? ,, S S , X.D Ulster Bank ?? . 1 Oj 6 , 4 6 Provineialu ?? 25 100, 90 92 0 Royal Bank ?? 'O50 29 , 2 29 Elibernian Bank ?? too 40 , 41 400 NationalBank ?? 50 77 78 57 E.bargh Life Assur. C
13 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

-. Iorimar I , I BELFAST MARKETS-Sxrunna;,Au~.' ?? cm. of 1iTbs.. Per ow:z. Of S. 4. S. a 5 -5 I FL." whtois 0 0 Lo 0 0PRloio;, MHilk? 0! 0 t4 0 Oato, 700 to 9 6 S6rrea ..C)S Oama..130 0t 13 Cnt,:Ies, 2. Do.. no., 16 0o0 0Car'%,- . 0 rto I Barky, -. 0 Ot0 0Turoos,..,.ItO Peas 0 O
17 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. APPLEGARTH, OF THE TIMES, ON ROTARY PRINTING PRESSES.

MR. APPLEGARTH, OF THE TIMES, ON ROTARY PRINTING PRESSES.

BIB. APPLEGARTH, OF THE TIJnnS, ONS ROTARY PRINTING PRESSES. MiINore details of the meclianical apparatls by which the various journals arc prodaced nlot being iUtL- i resting to the general public, I have hitherto abstained from noticing the numerous accounts so indus- triously
20 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FORTHCOMING MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

THE FORTHCOMING MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

TEE FORTHCOMING MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION. Tire 3:rd annual meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science will commence in Neweastle-on-Tyne on Wednesdqy, the 26th instant, when the first general meeting will be held in the Town Hall, and the Rev. Rob
20 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

vruoI ovst Ow-N; COROBEsPONDflT.] a n LoxnDos, WEDNESDAY. gro it is whispered that the visit of Queen Victoria to tive iermeny has more significance than a mere desire to Mr, enjoy the societvy of the Crown Princess of Prussia phc andtheimmediate members ?? Consort's has family.
28 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Court and Fashion.

Court and Fashion.

; Gzurt anb -fj n4i-an, THE COURT. OSOORNE, Aug. V. The Queen and royal familywaelked in the grounds this morning. The Duke of Newcastle had an audience of the Queen, and has left Osborne. VICEREGAL COURT. His Excellency entertained the following person- ages at dinner on Monday
6 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

IT, 4 LRarketU. BELFAST MARKE OPOUGOH MARE2 GO'AlS, &C. Per cwt. of it2lbe. s. d. s. d. Wheat, white, O O to 0 0 Do,,red, ,, 9 6 0o 0 Oats, _ .. 80 to 8 1 Oatmeal, ,¢13 0 toI4 4 Beans,.. COto 0 0 Barley, '.Oo t h peas,.. 9 01t 0 0 PROVISi1o3g. Porkr, SO D to S3 6 Butter,frk,prlb,
10 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Markets.

Markets.

ThlEket~. BELFAST M2ARKETS-WnDnxsD.ay, Auc. v. BOROUGH MAIEET OMTICAL PRIsES GRAIN, &C. I vesr:asELS AND flrt. Per cwt. of ilIbs. ! Par cwt. of 11ihbs. S.a . .| . Sd.E.d W"heat, white, 0 a to 0 0/);Potatoes, yNlE.ns.0 0 to 0 0 Do.,rsd, 9 0 to 10 ldncs, .. 0 0to 0 Oats . 7 11 to r
6 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ecclesiastical.

Ecclesiastical.

t1i?fi?I. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCOH. ORDINNATION AT BANOon.-Tho Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore held an ordination in the Parish Church of Bangor, County Down, on Sunday last, when the following gentlemen were ad- mitted into holy orders:-Doacons-Mr. Matthew Casson Brown
11 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland