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LEGAL NEWS.

LEGAL NEWS.

COURT OF B ANKRUPT-CY. DUBL.i, TaURSDAY. [rioni OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.] [Before Judge MILLER.) Pie DAWSON TATE & COMPANY. Teas baukrupts had traded at Portadown as linen manufacturers. Judge MILLER now delivered judgment upon a question between the assignees and the Messrs. Shaw,
10 April 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESiASTICAL. THE ESTABLISHED CHUR-CH. The Established Church (freland) Commission sat on T hursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday. 'IVhe Comlmissioners present were:- lite Earl of Meath (chairman), Viscount dle Vesci, Sir T. Napier, Bart, Colonel R. A. Shafto Adair. The Secreta
29 April 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT. OSBORNE, SATUUDAY.-The Queen, accompanied. hy Ilhineess Louise, drove out yesterday afternoon, and her Majesty drove in the grounds this morning, attended by the Duchess of Roxburghu. SuNDAY. -The Queen drove in the groun is yes- terday afternoon. accompanied by Princ
22 January 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

[ ~Tl1 COUrRT. OsnonNE, MsnoDA. -The Queen walked in the grounds this morning, atten-led. by the luhellss of Roubnughle; antl Princess louise, Prince Leopold, and Princess Beatrice also svent out. TIHE PRINCE AND PilStCESS TEeN. The Prince and Princess Teck and party arrived at
16 January 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

- ?? SALES BY AUCTION, SALE THIS DAY. LARCaWOOD AND HARDWOOD TIMBER. To be Sold by AUCTION, on SATURDAY, 7th March, at FARM HILL and LARKFIELD, near IDunmurry, at Two o'clock, ABOUT 200 LARCIT TREES, SUITABLE A3 fur Piling; average 30 and 40 feet lung. A quantity of HA1RDWOOD 'UM
7 March 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT SEA—FIVE LIVES LOST.

MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT SEA—FIVE LIVES LOST.

MEL.NCHULY ACCIDENT AT SEA-FIVE I LIVES LOST. [waorman comz'oM.NDEfT.] D ALK, APRIL 29. INrTrLcicGErcz has been received here of a most do. plorable accident, whereby a chief officer of coast- gnarls and four men lost their lives. It appears that lthe Duneany coastguard station h
30 April 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RELEASE OF WM. JOHNSTON, ESQ.

THE RELEASE OF WM. JOHNSTON, ESQ.

THE flELEISE OF W01. JOHNSTON, ESQ. Ii C CO31 B E R, On Mondav evening the tewn of Comber pre- t acuteJ1 a lively aspoet, large bodies of Orange- I mcn with fifes and drums paraded the streets up to a late houir, rejoit;ng at tle release of MIr. John. ston of Bla'lyieilueg. After
30 April 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRIFESBYTERIAN C'UURCH IN IRELrkD. I RELIGIOUS ENDOWMNIEINTS. El T}uE Asseuibly resumedl business at scveu o'clock ri yesterd c.y oveeing in thle Ma Street Chuich-the r lODLI;.ITOh in the chair. t Devotional exercises having been engagedl in. It The CnLER
4 June 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. ANt ordination was held in the Limerick Cathedral by the Lord Bishop of Limerick, on Sunday last, the 8th inst., when the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Deacons :-John A. Hay- den, Esq., A.B., for the Curacy of St. Michan's, Limerick, o
14 March 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY COMPANY.

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY COMPANY.

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY) II . COMPANY. I TxFa following is the report of the directors of the Belfast and County Down railway Company, to be submitted to the half-yearly general meeting of the proprietors, to be held in the Board-room at Belfast Station, on Saturday, the
22 February 1868 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland