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Correspondence.

Correspondence.

Crrbpanctll.t. DAY OF SPECIAL PRAYER FOR THE CHIL- DREN O0F CHRISTIfN PARENTS. TO TEE EDITOR OP TEE JEL2A5I NEWS5LETTEB. SIR.-Will yon kindly permit me, through tbe co- lumns of your journal, to call the attention of minis- ters end of the public to the proposal to set apart a da
30 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY AND CANAL, &c., BILLS—REPORTS FROM THE BOARD OF TRADE.

RAILWAY AND CANAL, &c., BILLS—REPORTS FROM THE BOARD OF TRADE.

1&ILWAY AND CANAL, &c., BILLS-REPORTS FROM9 THE BOARD OF TRADE. COMBER AND GmEmABBEY mLLWA1 BILL. Tars objects of this Bill are to incorporate the Com- ber and Greyabbey Railway and Slrangford Recia- mation Company, with a capital of £120,000, in £10 shares, and £40,000 by loain;
29 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

Grmc zIInrlial. THE CORN TRADE. THE history of prices for a century and more shows that nothing has fluctuated in value more than wheat, and that extremes are often in close neig-. bourbood, so that reason as well as experennee are both in favor of an advance beyond the Is gained
29 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Morning News

The Morning News

BELFAST. THURSDAY. MARCH 3 latest Amarioui news the icstant. president Lincoln lim entered upon a vigorous crusade against all Pel -ral* alt-na who have held communication w.th the C>nfederby sea. Jus ordered the arre»t and imprisonment during the w ir of all domiciled offenders
30 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Literary Debating Association.—At »21 tin,' this association in the Catholic Institute list evening, M. J. M'Gouigal read an ' ,

Literary Debating Association.—At »21 tin,' this association in the Catholic Institute list evening, M. J. M'Gouigal read an ' ,

er on "Thomas Addis Emmett." Ml'lintoo presided, and there was a »nce members and visitors. animated followed the reading the paper, and Proceedings were closed by the thanks of the unanimously voted Mr. M'Gonigal.
29 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, 61. VICTORIA STREET, BELFAST. GEORGE M'AFEE lITOCLD respectfully call attention his large and varied Stock Pegged

BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, 61. VICTORIA STREET, BELFAST. GEORGE M'AFEE lITOCLD respectfully call attention his large and varied Stock Pegged

and BOOTS AND SHOES, his own manufacture, which hare universal satisfaction. His prices are regulated for Cash Trade, and will be found, quality considered, lower than another house Belfast. Purchasers should call ana examine his Stock before purchasing elsewhere, as be confiden
29 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Death or CnrniilUl.—On Thursday mornmg. there died at Dromantine, Glen, Donaghinore, a widow, named Sarah Maginnis, at the age of

Death or CnrniilUl.—On Thursday mornmg. there died at Dromantine, Glen, Donaghinore, a widow, named Sarah Maginnis, at the age of

106. Mrs. Msginnis was blessed with singularlv good health in her old age, and had her facultie* but slightly impaired till a short time before her death. She delighted in relating occurrences which she remembered almost a century; and seemed take a sad pleasure in *ioging the g
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

THE IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

The annual conference if this society and meeting for the transaction of the formal yearly business was held in the Music Hall on Wednesday. The chair was occupied the President the League, J. P. Curry, Esq., and among the delegates and others in attendance were—Rev. Dr. Houston
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sporting News.

Sporting News.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Kii.Uji.tagh Harriers. Saturday, April Ist, Smith'* (Pitmeave). [BY UAGKZTIC CHELMSFORD RACES—WSDSHDAT. Plate—Miss Bowser (filly) 1, Herald Maid 3. Five ran. Stand Plate—Cittern I, Lady Kinghorn 2, Gauntlet 3. Seven ran. Springfield—Kingmaker 1. Thais 2, Pa
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY , STEAMER "MYRTLE'* SA,L ">o> BELFAST up*n MOy. ; 3r,i l' nl - * nd BELFAST u>

BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY , STEAMER "MYRTLE'* SA,L ">o> BELFAST up*n MOy. ; 3r,i l' nl - * nd BELFAST u>

DF.hR\ U TUESDAY, 4th April. 1-' CiBO. A SON", Agents. STEAM TO AMERICA. 'p E " ANCHOR LINE- first-class Steamships, ■ - " CALEDONIA." " BRITANNIA," " SITED KING DOM Sail from GLASGOW to the STATES -dJJNADA, Uki.g K®. at M*dcr RaUt. FOR NEW TORE, '" loaU - l'tli April. tor terra
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland