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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

ILONDON CORRESPONDSNCE.I ?? OUR CORtRESPONDIlST.] 4 LoNDoIe, WXoNsn8AY. rd INT a former ?? I referred to thes bat probable resignation by Mr. Gladst one of the cffice Hit~ ,which, as a nat ural oonssqusnce~devolves upon the neec ex.Premier-viz., the leadership of the Oppositon at
27 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEYMORE FARMING SOCIETY.

MONEYMORE FARMING SOCIETY.

M.ONEYMORU, FARMING SOCITY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.I THE annual ploughing match of the above society was held on the farm of Mr. William Kells, of Li& money, about two miles from Mooneymore, on Wed- nesday last, 25th inst. The entries on this occasion were not so large as at for
27 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORTADOWN, DUNGANNON, AND OMAGH JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY.

PORTADOWN, DUNGANNON, AND OMAGH JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY.

"!".T \DU'ON, ?? ?? AND O.NTAGHi J U Svl iN [. XI Y ?? i t Dl- ii ts SOY, I Uti'SDA't. Ls'ii I'US ?? :xn 'y izhvitt h;a-; e:xr-I) nisctorg of this a in ?? at's/i held in tai S.: ?? ?? c r g aunoa, i - , :lt t-Wo. ?? nel t7L ilmn, SrTU.Al'T 1 * ! .iox i e f th'ie cfnipnllaiiy, li-
25 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

.S, ii:.i' S, AND DEATHS. 2 ?? -FeN~a 't2, at ri denham Terrace, Dandern, -i ?? al'oton, ?? Foit- .1 a .ifln 2i. ?? Meiricn Sqjoaro South ! , . ?? .1 -;ck Kcu ldy, E<:q Se~liu - ,, ?? ?? ?? ?? rear r ly, t!:e wiU0 * '" I ci Of 'V t svuon. 311 A tri , oI . i E0!:,c , ?? ?? wooi V~
25 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DROGHEDA ELECTION PETITION.

THE DROGHEDA ELECTION PETITION.

LFROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER I DeDUBLIN, Tt-aSDAY. A PETITION was lodged this dlay in the Court Cf Common Pleas against the return of Dr. Ot1 ary 7 for the borough of Drogheda. The petitioners are Robert Morton, of Fair Street, DregheaJ, millir and corn merchant; Nichlacs Flynn, o
25 February 1874 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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AHOTIO'' ALES.

AHOTIO'' ALES.

auction of house property. To be Sold by AUG l lON, the premifles. HIGH STREET. BALLYNAHINOH, on THURSDAY, 26th February inat.. el Two o’clock the afternoon, thoae Two HOUSES, the property Mr. Francis Scott, situate in Street, Ballynahinob, with Office Houaep and Gardena attache
24 February 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AWELL-QUALIKIED Teacher has some leisure time Prira»e Tuitions, or the improvement of yonng men intended for Offices. Address 8168, Office

AWELL-QUALIKIED Teacher has some leisure time Prira»e Tuitions, or the improvement of yonng men intended for Offices. Address 8168, Office

this Paper. of Trinity Oollege, Dubho.oan take additional Tuition. Please address 2, Donegal) Place. 2789
24 February 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
2 ~ Crecy

2 ~ Crecy

„ la «d. ~ • ?1U 3d ~ i, 3a, 2 „ Monk Tattle „ Is SJ. lb. Tins SpiraJ Veil at 2s 84. 4i „ Cornsii „ 2s *J. 4i „ 80-led; 2«6d. 3 „ Sbe.|i'a Tongaei,, id. „ Ox Tongoee „ 6) 2d. Alio, k choice Block’nl Enelith Prccervcd Soapi end bcuecgee.fFnaoh Pctic de Foie Orel, cud Preserved Ve
24 February 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
king choose between rebellion and peace at any price. I havo no doubt that if Captain Olor- were to wait

king choose between rebellion and peace at any price. I havo no doubt that if Captain Olor- were to wait

long or until peace was declared, he might have a hundred thousand men under his command. train with the er-Minislors waa moving off, a Liberal member the manieipality of Windeor raised bfa ha*; aod asked the byetanders to ftlve cheer for them. There was reepoaec, bat so faint 8
24 February 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OBANGE FUNERAL AT GLASGOW.

OBANGE FUNERAL AT GLASGOW.

The remains of Alexander M'Millan, slater, who died from fracture of the skull eansed falling down a stair, were interred on Saturday afternoon with all the honours appertaining to the Orange fraternity. A large gathering of members the Order assembled in the Wellington Halls, C
24 February 1874 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland