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MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMM1IERCE. IP]fSfS ASSOCITION TELEGBlAMS.J LONDON STOCIL ExCHANGaEM LOsnON. le°. 7.- Fair demand for money., at 21. to R per cent. C0on- eels, 093 to 4. Foreign dull; Turkish, D's, 25 to 6; Egyptita, last issue about 74,; Perus flat; 5's about 23~; Loisbards, 9. 4Railw
8 December 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASE OF THE KHEDIVE'S SUEZ CANAL SHARES BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT.

PURCHASE OF THE KHEDIVE'S SUEZ CANAL SHARES BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT.

PURCHASE OF THE KHEDIVE'S SUIEZ CANAL SHARES BY THE BaITISH GoQ VERNMENT. Timn following telegram has bcen rccived from Alexandria by the Bank of Egypt - "Egyptian Government sold to the English Government the Snez Canal shares for four mill-on pounds sterling. The Minister is au
27 November 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

. ore RUSSIA'S DESTINY. lhe TO TEH EDR OR OF TIME BELFAST NEW5-L~lEMR. no. it Srr-Permit me to say a few words in your re- columns in order to dispel any false impression to which might be conveyed by a slight error in your ;el) report of the discourse on Russia, which I delivere
27 November 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH 1876.

INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH 1876.

INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH IS7j. As next year is our Centennial, propositions are on foot for mammoth exhibitions of various kinds It is the desire to show the world what progress we have made in every department of life. Oar people have always been more or less devoted to rifle s
27 November 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PERESBYTERIAN CILURCH. ; S PATTI- CHtOOL SoCtETV.-Thle Usual Mr: t leeting of tlhe cormmittee of this s. -, ?? . Lvoterdav, in their rooms. Assemli; s ?? .. . street-ltev. Dr. Knox in the chair. ?? - o resent-Rev. Dr. Knox, II v-. Mr. ?? . Noran; Messrs. A. Kent, WVn. i' and
10 August 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YESTERDAY'S PARLIAMENT

YESTERDAY'S PARLIAMENT

Yl-',1ETEURDAVY ?? bUn& ui? Lku.-r ?? 'lit!' lr !Sa1J ?? ox . t awir tte Esst;etroctnt, Ike tf alloy B.!! ad marine Lintiny Bi!! were t Al i fir3t time. THE JUD1CATURV AC.I T Die L PC1 Ca.NGLLL)R gav9 notice thqba to ror:c-.v ne propiocs8 fn call atter.tiufl t- fhe prs::it c'ndio
9 April 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

[clONI ?? CORRESPONDENTS.] th a rATAL ACCIDENT TO A SAILOR. fol DUBLIN, MlONDAY.- is A SAILOR fell from the rigging of a vessel in Kings- tia town harlbour to-day, a distance of forty feet, and a iva4 instantaneously killed. He came down on his i head on the deck. I TlfE AINTREE
17 August 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

THE NEW LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

THE NEWV LPGAL APPOINTMENTS. Tirm arrival of the Queen's letter removes the obli- gation to reserve which loyal ettiquette imposes, and we are now free to announce the appointment of Mr. Orssby to be judge of the Landed Estates Court, and other changes consequent upon his pro- mo
8 November 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND CO-SM.IE RCLE 'hess aesoc!&4ON TESGRNOS' LONDON STOCK XH O taDi.N . 6.-Moderate demand for money, at previOUS fomthc Eld, 4 Fo re-,,igne very fat; Tutpisl, 0's 17"; 24; I, t Spanish about 1~ NOuXt 1-7; Fries, 1,51 to ;Trunks me fu i{ ?? ?? -Conoe for money,-; Cnesols fo
8 November 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

OPENING OF THE REV. DR. HALL'S cr N~E\VTHURCW N'EW YORK. ma tied Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, NOw York ?? Two years ago the, site of its new church edifice was of 1 a plot of ground bare and unsightly, and now one of all the largest and finlest of our city churches has been
25 May 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland