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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

B1IRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. V""'¢ } rrth; Meiiriaol-'esi, tned Decaths cannot be ..-ft 'ass ?? ?? ifs uen dir t he m arc knteown at . r that the annoanjcemctsareanfthen tica ?? . f re aiitu.tn B! ETUS. B ?? '1s Fd~lftl, Ciea-rll, ti., ?? of Capltain ?? .f . ! dshvile F . th 22-
11 July 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORANGE DEMONSTRATION IN NEWTOWNARDS.

ORANGE DEMONSTRATION IN NEWTOWNARDS.

OK1UNGE l1&YONSTJ \TI)N IN NEW. TOWN > D3. ERMOUR OWN- REPORTER] I NEWTOWNARDS, TUESDAY EvENING. TaiS evening, a grand Orange soiree in connection with Lodgo 3No. 12, "'Appreltice Boys," was held in the large hail, C~hujch Street. The hall i 1was tastefully decorated with evergre
10 February 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANBRIDGE TEMPERANCE REFRESHMENT ROOMS COMPANY (LIMITED).

BANBRIDGE TEMPERANCE REFRESHMENT ROOMS COMPANY (LIMITED).

BANBRIDGE TEMPERMACE REFRESHMENT ROOMS COMPAN7Y (LIMITED). Irmoxi orn cOO3SPOONDEz. 1B ~~ASERIDG, MO7Y2 D x v. To-DAY, was opened amid some erTar, and with great sauccess, an establishment founded by the clergy and gentry of the neighbourhood, for the purpose of advancing the cau
13 March 1872 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE NEWS.

POLICE NEWS.

I CUSTODY COURT-YnTEnRDY. I ?? Dr. Bno-wsx. R.N., J.P.n PHILIP JOHwa- STON, Es0., J.P.;andJOnSPRESTrON, Esrj. J.P.1 LARCENY. Henry Heaney and John Osborne were brought up in custody of Sub-Constable Patrick Traynor, charged with stealing a bottle of lemonade and one of porter, t
31 July 1872 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NEWS.

LEGAL NEWS.

COURT OF QUEEN'S B E N C J. BeU1D.S, Tnzr.?DAY. ; [yROM OrSR SPXCIAL BBPOP?.rER.] [Befoce the LORD CntIF JVsTIC7 and Judges FIrIZGE2ALD zcid Geunos ] HABEAS CO ruS. Ir ?? NA.LOSEV. Mr. J. A. CURRAN applioed, on behalf of Anne I Maloney, whose husband died at Ncwry, for a writ of
3 June 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

0s THE COURT. :h BALMORAL CASTLE, MoNDooY.-The Queen, Prin. it cese Louise, an d Princess Beatrice, at:.enued al Divine service yesterday in the parish Church of e- Crathie. The Ducheas Dowager of Athole and ts Lord C. Fitzroy were in attendance. The Rev. Norman M'Leod, Chaplain
3 June 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, &z DEATHS. , s5 Births. Mczrrwgcs, and Deaths cainect ce , ,'c:ct II he rparties ?? them are knroi at - . ii <, or taict the ?? ?? cattee B I RT113. BrY' c -- S I ember:, a lfrod Terrrce, )Mnucfpottcnger, ?? : 'r the:t"f f. .a. 34 rr% i a dejjtt~r. g R' .c >1 !
10 September 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

. [PRES ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] HOUSE OF LORDS-YxSrxDAY. TaxIs Lordahips met at four o'clock. ROYAL ASSENT TO BILLS. The Royal assent was given by commission to the Peace Preservation (Ireland) Bill, the Mutiny Bill, the Marine Mutiuy Bill, and the Coinage Bill. The Royal Commis
5 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNARDS QUARTER SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNARDS QUARTER SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNARDS QUARTER SES3iONS. [FROM OUR OWN RUPORTEIL] NRWTSOWNARDS, MONDAY. Toirs morning, ten o'clock, ROBERT JOHNSTON, Esq., Q.C., Chairman of the county, entered this Court House, and commenced the business of the Quarter Sessions for this town and district. The following mag
5 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOYMOUNT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CARRICKFERGUS.

JOYMOUNT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CARRICKFERGUS.

JOYMlOUNT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CARRlCKFERGUS. Toz adjourned meeting of the seatholdere of the above church wan held on Wednesday evening, at seven o'clock-Rev. JAMES WARWICK in the chair. I Present-Rev. John Bryson, LL.D.; Mesars. James Cargill, Benjamin Mills, James MIKee, Rober
5 April 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland