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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. Bowen-August 3, at Mysore, Madras, the wife of Chas. Bowen, Eaq., Royal Engineers, of a son and heir. Harrison-October 10, at Ballydollaghan, County Down, the wife of Mr. John Harrison, of a daughter. Jenkins-October 11, at 25, Qaeen Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Willi
12 October 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ecclesiastical.

Ecclesiastical.

?t-cde?ia5f icat. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. TEE Rev. Charles Beanclerk, Incumbent of Dan- sevetick, has been appointed to the Incumbency of Ballymena, This will be considered a judicious ap- pointment, and is one likely to give catiefactiozx- Correspondent. ENGLIoS OrtDIN0TION TO B
12 October 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY.

THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY.

I THE CHARGE AGAINST MR. M. I A. O'BRENNAN. | [Fnci oUr1. SPECIAL 11rrORTER.] DuDLIN, rRIDaY. Tirs morning, at a quarter-past twelve o'clock, Mr. O'Brennan, the editmr and registered printer and publisher of the Connanqid Patriot, who was arrested in Toom yesterday, and conveyed
7 October 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

QM511 lunarhtf 5. e BELFAST MARKETS. BELFAST, FRIDAY, OCTOBEn G. OnR market is still very moderately supplied with grain. Farmers do not appear anxious to force sales this season, a ad the demand being brisk, prices are steadily advane- ing. Wheat asd oats this morning sold readi
7 October 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAGHERAFELT PRESBYTERY.

THE MAGHERAFELT PRESBYTERY.

THE[ MIAGERLFELT PRESBYTERY. LMROU OUR OWN BErOBTEBt.] c YESTEBuAY a special meeting of the Presbytery of 2Mstberafelt was held in the Presbyterian Church, 9 Megherafelt. for the purpose of considering ceitain charges made by members of the congregation : of that church against t
25 January 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BROMPTON ORATORY DISCLOSURES.

THE BROMPTON ORATORY DISCLOSURES.

ITHE BROMPTON ORITORY DISCLOSURES. O3 THE EDITOR OF T NE DAZIY TELERAPH. Sin-I have to beg the favor of your publishing the following correspondence between myself and the person known as Father Charles Bowden, of the Brompton Oratory. With reference to a letter which appeared in
25 January 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

3 .rist TlarhitC. s FLAX. ?? TUrnSDAY.-The quantity forwarrdt.d io market this day was 2f3 ]oads, conlainilng 123 stones of flas, which sold at fromu -5s 3d to 88 O1ji p er ?? s espo ndadtZ BELFAST MARKETS-TuaErsY, JtAi. 24. rr.Tsis PEODicr-. .Z . ej Per cit. of 12lt'. i lnan Cor
25 January 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

AM A R K E T S. iga, | IRISH. ted, BELFAST MARKETS-TuSoDsY, DUe. 12, PRICS Cu;pRENT OE GAr-i, FLxan , &k. r St main ?? I £ S. r 45 PFr cwt. of 112ib. j init. .2ra.whitnS :6 to 8 5 i d. A. A. Yellow antl i. 7 15 7 71 led, Whe0t, svl$lI 3i t6 h 19 6 15ilftt T83ti s; o 1 9,1 gO li'd
13 December 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Court and Fashion.

Court and Fashion.

?Kjlyllrf alt? f, a54iorlt- THE COURT. Osaoaxs, JAN. 13.-Her Majesty walked yester- day mornig, attended by Lady Charchill, and Prin- cess Louise drove out. The Princesses Margaret and Blanche of Orleans took leave of her Majesty this morciog, and left Osborne for Claremont, atte
17 January 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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11 August 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland