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OVEREND, GURNEY, & CO.

OVEREND, GURNEY, & CO.

. OVERE5ND, GURNEY, & CO. [FROM THE TIMES.] THE wonderful story of 0- seems inexhaus"4' - erend, Gurney, & Co, lhar, ?? We are not speaking of the. n0 against theo acosed directors, or of the otransfer e) the old business, or of anything, in fact, but the business itself. That is
4 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

LATEST ' v X7 27"l E 7T s0 = [BY TELEGRAPI.] NEWS-LETTER OFFICEL, Thaursday horning. THE RISING IN ALGERIA-DEFEAT OF THE REBELS. PARMS, FEB. 3, EvENING -A telegram from I Algiers, dated February 2, says:-" At nine a.m. to-day the French Comlmander-in-Chief in Lahonat, Colonel Scu
4 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

, Dowl PRESBYTERY.-This Presbytery met in Crossgar on Tuesday, the 2nd iLBt. A number of resolutions were submitted for the purpose of carry- ing into effeot the suggestions of the committee on ?? state of religion, brought under the notice of Wr-' -~bIy in Belfast in June last.
4 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A NEW TERRITORY.

A NEW TERRITORY.

I - interesting paper 'on Alaska, the latest terri- torial acquisition of the United States, appears in the New York Tribunone. The writer says: - Accompanying General Rousseau on his expedi- tion to Alaska in lSC7 was Captain Edward S. Fast, to Vhombelongs the honour ofcolleeti
4 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALES BY AUCTION. SALE THIS DAY. 253 SPLENDID SPECIMENS OF CONIFERA, FROMi THEa NURSERIES OF ANDREW G. DALY, NEWRY. MR. CRA IS1E Will Soll by AUCTION, on FRIDAY, 26th Feb- ruary, at the AUCTION MA iT, No. 8, WAR. ING STREET, Belfast, at Twelve o'clock, S PLENDID SPECIMENS OF CONI
26 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

9 b r IA J. f1fast 'this--, fitar. p P e f (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) - -I BELFAST: l FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 18u9. IN -the House of Lords, the Lord Chamberlain brought up bhr Majesty's reply to tbe Address. Teo Duke of Argyhi's Scotch Education Bili was read a first time. In the Hous
26 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RUNNING FOR THE WATERLOO CUP.

THE RUNNING FOR THE WATERLOO CUP.

!THE RUNNING FOPR THE WATErLOO CUP. LOan Lulrare may fairly claim the undisputed ho- uour of owning the best greyhound of this or any other time. Mlaster M Grath has won the Waterloo Cup, and dashed through his canine opponents one after the other, until returned, for the second
23 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LONG SAIL IN AN OPEN BOAT.

A LONG SAIL IN AN OPEN BOAT.

A LONG SAIL lN AN OPEN BOAT. IsfuFFmItGs OrF AKVPWRECKED CREW. CAPTAIN BoWNs, late of the ship BElcarrigg, from Sunderland to Bomblny, with coals, and which ex- ploded and burned at sea on the 28th November last, in lat. 17 25' S., long. 74 it" E., gives a de- tailed account of t
23 February 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANUFACTURE

MANUFACTURE

ENUOUItAGEMENT OF 'KISS H.R.H. THE PRINCE 01 WALES HAS BEEN PLEASED TO °EDER
4 February 1869 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TliA ISISM PAOPLI ALL OTIM TVA WOBLD WMO

TliA ISISM PAOPLI ALL OTIM TVA WOBLD WMO

TliA ISISM PAOPLI ALL TVA WOBLD WMO EARLY LAST YEAS, 11408, THE FOLLOWLNG adr,tiwnient appeared in tbo National journal* publialiod in thin artistry and in Britain:— A preininui of tire woods is hereby aerial to the writer of the brat essay in the Irish language. The way to unnai
4 February 1869 - Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland