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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

.I'PRI TL P RLIAMEN1. ii_ USE OF L.ORi)S-Ytsen <L 16 clt a't 112oclockt -11 Is 11 10- B V T-IL-E ARtMY. * -A IiZNA U'V0`Ns tt ashonuder- :iel:tton t tlt'ami- h le woldnst- wxi nh lie ni--i- ix en notice cc~ so gaenot ice ailki Nthe C - OC e r t ?? toaan -1ste the law 1 nlxiirespe
11 February 1871 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTES FROM LANCASHIRE.

NOTES FROM LANCASHIRE.

NOTES ErflM LAN('CA iIIIRE. [lWnimTH FLot THE yrEwi-LwrrE] D TI'.it-vcnx l-T 15 05rI-1E sr,181. ' 1 \No)v that the. dill of this hideous war (always, fi F ortuultate4. far distant) has, for a time at least, i s.a!sidb 1. a lrkt f reference to the state and pros- lets of tradc nn
11 February 1871 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-YESTERDAY, [Before J. CL OaDONEsq.t; i M; ajid ADWD. ALLitOA TliEPT OF A HEN. Wi Robert O'Neill, a young lad, Was brought up in aci c'ustody, charged With stealing a hen, the property Sa: of a wv.mtan named Mrs. M'Farland. It appeared from the evidence that o
11 February 1871 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE Belfast News-Letter.

THE Belfast News-Letter.

THE elifst elJSetfcr- (ESTABLISEED AN-NO 1737.) BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1870. THE House of Commons reassembled yesterday afternoon. Mr. Watkin Williams, whose per- sistent attacks upon the Church of Wales recall the performance of the " Small ] 3oy" in Dickens' new novel, w
27 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WORKING MEN'S CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION ASSOCIATION.

BELFAST WORKING MEN'S CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION ASSOCIATION.

£DELFA 'ST * OR KIN(GM EYS W' NSERVATIVE I REGISIRATION ASSUCIATION. ADDRESS BY WV31. JOHNWITON, KI P. ur LosS evening, at eight o'c;ock, a meeting of this m society, for the transaction of business, was held in li thb Oddiellows' Hall, Academy Street. There was rL a largo attend
27 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MUSICAL CULTURE.

MUSICAL CULTURE.

AT . i. : lCA1 AL C u 1A U I E. I IOF all thl, asts, pehpstulelA thu leat mat-rial, ?? jheavenjiward. ft is the an.1i too, iii ?? a greet 'riietgmay he recalised, at an ca:--iet patricj of ljF5 tjhanj anuy other 1 Altough ssi.frNt12 the verr' C*ssti~tutans oi our nature, be a tI
19 May 1871 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

| [PRZS ASSOCATION TULEOGSZN] HOUSE OF COMMONS-YESTERDAY. THE SiPEARER took the chair at a quarter-past twelve o'clock. THE IEW COURUTS OF JUSTICE. Mr. G. GREGORY gave notice that on Monday next he would ask the First Commissioner of i Works when he expected that the plans and d
7 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORTPATRICK RAILWAY COMPANY.

PORTPATRICK RAILWAY COMPANY.

PORTPATflICK RlAILWAY COMPANY. Tax ordinar. hall-yearly meeting of the share. holders of the Pertpatriek Railway Company was hbld at Strauraer, on Thursday, the 3ist tlt. The I Earl of STATP., KET., chairman of the company, presided. Among the directors and shareholders present ?
7 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MARKETSe .I IR IS H. *BELFAST MARKETS-THURSDAY, MAuocu 1,. r BOROUGH WAR OFFX IAL PRICML. WORA, &C. Per cat. of lz¢bs. Per Cwt. O' 112lbs. &. (I. s d. a. d & Flounders, .. 0 0 - 0 L Wheat, red,.. 2 4 to 810 Cabbage,prl124 4 0-5 j Do.,whito. 9 o0-10 0 Carrots,pcwt.. 2 C- S Oats, n
18 March 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMY CHAPLAINS.

ARMY CHAPLAINS.

W|nir.E worthy Churchmen are deploring the want of discipline in ecclesiastical affairs and the insaf- ficiency of power entrusted to bishops for restrain. ing too enthusiastic priests, it is some satisfaction to find that army chaplains have so far adopted the conditions of mil
28 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland