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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

0.pON CORRESPONDENCEi OV'? O? CO?1RESPO?DLNT.] LawSDO, WSDSESDAY. ^ste oron authority, wbich, bowtver, is not it tst ~rdPsler~onalthough assurted by F gt in the Press, and by the wrhole rankS i fi L ?? joutrnalismf that he has gainled a BDs 5tisgy is not himself sO thoroughly ass
28 July 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Army.

The Army.

?e ? PROM~OTIONS AND EXCHAiNGES. W~aRorecca, PALL MALT, JrlLY fS. 16th Regiment of Lancers-Capt eT Goldirs, from the I17th Lancers, to be Cape, vice Battine. who exchanges. 1Dbh Lancers-Capt WV A Batine, from the 16;h Lan- cere. to be Capt, vice Goldie. who s-xchnages. 5th Regime
28 July 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

LBY MiANRTI5 TLSOBAPIS.] FEARFUL UUgRIQANI, IN TABLE BAY. Plymouth, July 17. TIhe Union Company's steamer Briton, from Table Bay on June 14th; St. Helena, 22nd, and Aseen- sion, 26th, has arrived here with 100 paasenge4s. The Witenhage left Table Bay on the tbh and St. Helena on
18 July 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Cricket.

Cricket.

Crichtt. WEST END V. DUNGANNON. Tats match was commenced at Dungannon on Satur- day, 15tb, and resulted in a victory for the West End Club in one innings and one run. After the match was over the Donzannon Eleven entertained the oriolketers in a most hospitable manner. Annexed is
18 July 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE REV. JOHN MACNAUGHTAN AND "POPERY."

THE REV. JOHN MACNAUGHTAN AND "POPERY."

THE REV. JOHN MRCNAUGHT" N AND I 11 ~~POPERY." lotI, the number of the Missiontary Herald of the Per-by- a by telion~a ChuLrch published last Szptember will be found r forthe Rev. John Macnaug-htan's " Report on Popery," t for presented to the General Assembly in July, 1864.t One
14 July 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

I., , ,Africa " "Irl, ?t5. I II ?? 0 r2LtABT MA~p 1:RKETES-1JfDl'0SDAy, JULI 12. P C -I S ani 3 F N T. 0 1at. CZ 122:bL n j Cornwhitesi 10 to 8 15 ,. d. S. d. ictrand 'iriO. 17;, 7 0 7i-ntw':tO, 9 :1 to SoC tinau :feal, . Dc. re i. 90,, 9 S wte t 910,9 , 5 7 ii .7 7 9 do., yalvW,
13 July 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Dundalk Steam Packet Company, Limited. PLEASURE EXCURSION FROM DUNDALK TO DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN. The Company’s Splendid Steam ship, ENTERPRISE,”

Dundalk Steam Packet Company, Limited. PLEASURE EXCURSION FROM DUNDALK TO DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN. The Company’s Splendid Steam ship, ENTERPRISE,”

CAPTAIN HENRY O’NEILL, is intended to Sail on the above Excursion (weather permuting), viz From Dundalk to Doagias, on TUESDAY, 2oth Julv, 10.30 o’Click morning, and f Douglas to Dundalk ou WEDNESDAY, 26;h July, at 6 o'CiOck evening. Fairs to Douglas and back ; Cabin and Quarter
22 July 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
live. Bot the accursed Union was the crowning set of Englieh greed and hate. Other national measures for the settlement

live. Bot the accursed Union was the crowning set of Englieh greed and hate. Other national measures for the settlement

of- Ireland for English purposes left still some portion of our island free comparatively tree for Irish energies to move io. But the Union has given all within our f. nr seas into absolute possession the English. And under it have no property, no industry, no liberty,lnojlife,
22 July 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THii LLECTIONS.

THii LLECTIONS.

Tlie tetal number uiembera returned up to tbe piesent time (.S-iturd*}, July i« 467, hum ere end 174 Conbervalives. The Times tlie toial beral l-,ss gain ; nett Libeial gain 12, The Liberal gain out of 69 elections on Tuuis- was ol Friday was two out of 66 ,cn ijaturclay lliree.
22 July 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MORE ORANGE DISPLAYS.

MORE ORANGE DISPLAYS.

Omaoh, July 13, 1865.—About Oraogeinen mArcbed through the Roagaio District, about mile f»om Aughnacloy, with binners, fiua and drums and, playiag parly tunes. Several them are summoned. County Aktrim, July 13. A» Orange proocsiiun took an yesterday when they baited at the house
22 July 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland