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Market Intelligence.

Market Intelligence.

I Pl]. | Thik*d*y FroJ'uc —Sugar quiet. and prices unaltered Refined dull br<>wn lump*. <offee quiet. and price* little lower Tea dull aactioa on next Race—Lanre buainev* dull rate* Jute quiet, and prices declining lall»w flat Ham P.Y.C., 40s 3d m «uia —T;:e following are the qu
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST TELEGRAMS.

LATEST TELEGRAMS.

COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS IS BOMBAY. The Times' City Article says—The commercial news from Bombay the last mail describes th* anxiety with which further Dews from America was awaited, but alleges that the merchants there are, for the most part, leas interested in cotton speculation tha
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY & INSOLVENCY.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY & INSOLVENCY.

Dublin, Tuesday, March 24. /» y.Jka The bankrupt was a draper Mr. of William Str-*t, was appoints-1 assignee. —Mr. J.
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE "FAILURE OF JUSTICE."

THE "FAILURE OF JUSTICE."

THE "FAILURE JUSTICE." The abortive attempt made at the Antrim Assizes to take the solemn and unimpassioned vengeance the law for the crimes that have made last August famous—or infamous—in the history of Belfast, suggests one thought that will be generally regarded as obvious an
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

THE IRISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

The annual conference <-f this society and meeting for the transaction of tbe formal yearly business was held the Masic Hall on Wednesday. Tbe chair was occupied by the President the League, J. P. Corry, Esq., and among the delegates and others attendance were—Rev. Dr. Houston,
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND.

THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND.

Tbi following are the principal speeches delivered in the course of the debate on the above subject in the House of Commons, on Tuesday evening : Mr rose move that, in the opinion the House, the present )>saition of the Irish Chur«*h Establishment v. unsatisfactory, and calls fo
31 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HATE OF DISCOUNT.

HATE OF DISCOUNT.

The Batik of England rate of discount has been reduced this morning from per cent., which it was fixed on the 2nd instant, to per cent. This alteration has been for more titan week past almost universally anticipated. It may appear strange the uuinitiated that, coueurreutiy with
31 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OP THE COU.VTY.

STATE OP THE COU.VTY.

STATE THE COU.VTY. The following is a list of business for disposal Total number of entries 191. of which Hf, are defended. There are fonr insolvent petitions, all of which are opposed, and three criminal cases. His worship having entered court, the hearing the insolvent petition
31 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM THE MOBMNU FO*rT.)

(FROM THE MOBMNU FO*rT.)

(FROM THE FO*rT.) Lant eveninjr. the Boom of Coomiuns engaged in the coii>id<Talion of one of weniireligious, senii-uolitical questions which cau seldom made the subject calm and dispassionate discussion. Amongst the many nuts which Ireland has from time to time proffered the Imp
31 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT DAVIS.

THE MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT DAVIS.

following is the message transmitted to Congress by President ivis : TO rilK SKNATK AMD lIOUBK 1: KI'P.hsRNTATI OF THK STATIC* hit A. lien informed Thursday last that it was the intention of Congress adjourn nine die on the ensuing Saturday, I deemed it my duty to request postpo
31 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland