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BI R'S. MARRIAL,7ES, & DEATHS- .5 411 Xstta*Of B5-DTUA, MARRISMO, ;ai4 Dzims smust W .,'!iinted by th4 Xev eand Ad drss f the Sender. IR TI s. CAsA'ica-APril 2S, at Mirnne Cruseent, Clontirf, the wile of ?? *na Cuarlcr, .m., c a diughter. J r ApI :2 .z. ?? liil, Dublin, th, wife
30 April 1869 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRINCE ARTHUR PATRICK AT COLERAINE.

PRINCE ARTHUR PATRICK AT COLERAINE.

(From Correspondent) Arthur Patrick and suite arrived the station of this town tbia morning, from Londonderry, en route for Portrusb and the Giant's Causeway. The engine of the train, which was express one, was gaily fitted with flags. An hour before its arrival, the station-hou
30 April 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TERRIBLE RIOTING IN DERRY.

TERRIBLE RIOTING IN DERRY.

TWO MEM SHOTSEVERAL WOUNDED. * ' Jlowing account appears tbo Dtrry iluar• dial of y*»>- _ It ia with d«ep r»|{,. h*T« to annoance the TUit to Dtiry ot R i Higboe* Piinc. Arthur waa Bade the occatiuD of verT aarioua, atd ia at Ua<t tiro cum, fatal rioting in The recent election,
30 April 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sporting News.

Sporting News.

NEWMARKET RACES— Wednesday. Newmarket Two-Year-Old Plate of £200—Guy Dayrell 1, Gertrude Mont Blanc 3. Seventeen ran. Prince of ales Stakes—Samson 1, Clarion 2. Two ran. Plate of 100 —Robespierre 1, Xeuchatel 2, Wildbad 3. Sweepstakes of 50 Sovs— Hermione (colt) walked over. Swe
30 April 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. 13, HIGH STREET, BELFAST. BROWN, BROTHERS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTE*. (FROM GLASGOW.) BVG to thank their numerous Patrons for

NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. 13, HIGH STREET, BELFAST. BROWN, BROTHERS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTE*. (FROM GLASGOW.) BVG to thank their numerous Patrons for

tb«i: kind support they commenced business invite all vijit their new and magnificent Studio. inil inspect their "I'lendi-i display of Specimen*. Portrait*. -Siuftlt or in Group*, taken slmost io stantaneously. all kni'l. of weather, from and Cirtr« to Life with every novelty th
30 April 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Last Night. Their Lordships met at five o'clock. Lord LIFFORD gave notice that to-morrow he would ask the Government if their attention had been called to the Speech reported to have been delivered by the Mayor of Cork, at a banqnet to convicts lately released, an
30 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BRAZILS

THE BRAZILS

Rio Janiero, April 17th - —Ex on London, 18j ; Do. on Hamburg, 9.60 ; Coffee good first 7,000 reis, sales 125,000 bags. Export since departure of last mail, 770,000 bags, which 290,000 were lor channel, 24,000 for the north of Europe, 6,000 for the Mediterranean, 15,000 for the
30 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONVENT CASE.

THE CONVENT CASE.

The case ofSaurin v. Starr, and another which was to have come on yesterday in the Court of Queen's Bench, was postponed, in consequence the absence of the Lord Chief Justice.
30 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.—Yesterday.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.—Yesterday.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.— Yesterday. 1.45 p.m. Pbices. —Consols for Money, to 0, do. for Account, 93f ; New Threes not quoted. Closing Pbices.—Consols for Money, 93JJ to 0; do. for Account, 93Ji New Threes, not quoted.
30 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RUMOURED MURDER.

RUMOURED MURDER.

Telegrams received London during the night state that mcst barbarous murder was perpetrated yesterday at 3 o'clock at Creggan, three miles from Athlone. Captain Rowland Tarleton being the victim. No further details.
30 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland