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DUBLIN LAW COURTS.

DUBLIN LAW COURTS.

DUEIJN LAW COURTS. COURT OF CHANCERY-SATURDAY. c [FROM OUR ?? RErORTER ] t [Bsfore the Right Hjon. Sir JOSEPTr NAPIER and S Master BEOJS9;, Commfieioaere of the Gres' Sea] v IN THE MATrER OF ;RAYS, MINORS, a Mr. P1L]RVGTON, Q.C. (instracted by Messrs. L'Estraage and Brett), appli
27 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RIVAL ROUTES TO THE EAST.

RIVAL ROUTES TO THE EAST.

'IVAL LOU rES TO THE EAST. THE other dlay M. do Lesseps threw the world Into pI contemnation by threatening to close the Suez pI Canal. Remembering the waste of time and ts serious hardships involved in travelling round the B Cape of GooD Jcpo or Cape Hlorn, intending a j, .a,,cr
13 July 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERCE.

I MONEY ANDp COMMERCE. IFROSI OUR COMMERCIAL GoIi0tESPON ]EN'T] BuL7rST, MowD±Y EvsNrNO, IT NovsaeBnR 2,1874. T PiucE AND PLF-,,Ty are two significant words, in. variably used in unison with the prosi3ortiy of any Empire. With regard to the former, Uor pre.ent as- sociations with
3 November 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ERVlt"Y"ANTS' REGISTRIES. ?? E OFFICE, 31, Q(UEEN STREET. _ )17 K ;INNFA haqi'\ in lie- oflicc sevcrnl gmse Il `n ?? I-, <no !i, House and Parlour maidq, nit 1;:. , i'i -, 'o" (.'nrrd Son'vattitt one orti) ?? *- i . o C.tchtlnfln, pliain Gardeners, W t'r !: * < ,. ?? ?? ?? I '1I1
20 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RESULT OF MR. GLADSTONE'S APPEAL TO THE COUNTRY.

THE RESULT OF MR. GLADSTONE'S APPEAL TO THE COUNTRY.

THE RESULT OF MR. GLADSTONI'S APfEAL TO THE COUNTRY. TFiE following is from "the Beehive, the People's Paper and Organ of industry :" -` What we antici- pated in our article of the 3slat January has proved true to the letter. Mr. Gladstone's dissolution, accompanied by his manife
19 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE NEWS.

POLICE NEWS.

PrOLICE NEWS. CUSTODY VOURJT- lESTnnDAY. I rEsAOrO 12D02.AUI' 2)U12 ?? Esq., ?? and ParI.Ir d Juuss; io:4,, Ezq., J . ?] p LAIICt>;Y. 01 A 2riies^"& woman, named B3idget Hughes, s6 w! lCr-r:. i, with enterinag the houso of 'Wlliamn ri Y onn z, (I , Aintrimrnille, and esealing the
9 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM BALLYMEN TO KILREA.

PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM BALLYMEN TO KILREA.

I PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM BALLYMEN 4 I TO KILREA. MegAs;URSs for the ?? j ?CteSUlinS ofor th 6"I aacnt od the above pro- jected line of .Ailwy communication are now in I c progross, with contident anticipations of a uccessful issue. Wed qusto the follovlng authorised report", showi
21 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERCE.

TV0hY A ND COMMERCE. dQEOAL STOCK AND FSHIfl W-'hBT. (Daily eport prepared for th4 A'evt$-1Lter ½ fr.v A. O'D. TaYjOr, Sa, cbroker-) [By pgVATR TELEGRAS, &C,| BELFAST, SATUrDAT EvwMlG, 19th September, 1874. £11,000 of gold Into Bank this aftefdcon. Console, 92;j Z. As will be obs
21 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

.A 3. N 1:ET S. * . wvie nF Captain J. (; . aj:t, Ballifsbay. Co. Cor, ; i.LcLr T. V isttr(tn, GreoLislanx, ;g iil;: .tteet, PlIins, B .l- Ir 1, of a dauguter. ' Kit; naird Terrace, Bel- a:; .1..cry. of a dnughter. ?? tat Gcorge's Street, !, :<th of a daughter. ' ' -phian's Green
15 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

(SPICIAL & ORDINARY TELEGRAM 1I THE ESCAPE OF MARSHAL BAZAINE. GRAssz, MONDAY.-The trial of the persons ao- cused of complicity with the escape of ?? Bazaine commenced before the Correctional Tri- bunal of this town at nine o'clock this morning. Tho court was very crowded. The C
15 September 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland