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DUBLIN LAW COURTS.

DUBLIN LAW COURTS.

DUT.fIN LAW COUaRS, 4: CUNS$LIDT-LD, CLAMIBER-FRPiDAY. ac[snouhe OUR SPt0'A Et' k&-TLR] ads R.A1RON. ?? st toI hear 111-itIGIJ! J OS ~ rti lA V Isv V C7TIcTAUS A3?N AD oviroiS. Ur.iI-. fARTs' 0 pi:t~a .n t:.s c-o, orc b.LA-J of to tlc-c adoricte Qo rie m~rco;4ir for BINfro Tiar-u
20 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAMINE SCENES IN ASIA MINOR.

FAMINE SCENES IN ASIA MINOR.

FAMINE SCENE3 IN ASIA MINOI. A CORREFONDDENT of the Le.Van Ilerald given some sainful accounts of the scenes witnessed iu Judmdrdrk and its surrounding villages. He says GueDe:ek is situated on tho road from C(a1rea, ro nivas, about forty miles from the former, and ander the gove
27 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH ANTIQUITIES.

IRISH ANTIQUITIES.

TjrH last lecture c (I thepesent season in conntzion with the Donoughamore Literary and Meekcal go. ciety w~a delivered at D'noughmere by the Rpv. Dr. Mlacltrvdne There wis a large &ant very re. speetalc attneonooue. WILAMn LaT Eq , of GOlnvale, ocmorned the chmri. Ho said it wa
4 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THEi PRESBYTERIAN CITURCH. e [ BELFAST PRESBYTEPLL YESFERDAY,' at 11 o'clock, the orlinargy montbly me£ting of the Belfast Presbytery was hell in the a-.eioolroom oE Mar Street church, the Rev. James e ~,moder31ior Fe."i After devotivual exercinee the Presbyltery went into in!erl
4 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERCE.

MONEY AND COMMERC.6 SpEOZAL MONEY AiND SHARE REPOCT, Prepared for the Nyes-Letter b¼ Mr. A. O'D. Ta;Ar, Sock and Sharebrokar.)I [cI AVATU ThMLZRMS. Lfl¶2B5 fro lBaBT, YWEDNESDAY EVuCNO, 3-d M1arch, 1875. ANOHER withdraswal of gold from the Bank of Erg- land-viz, £103Q000-has take
4 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECORDER'S COURT.

BELFAST RECO)RDER'S COURr. THii business of those sessions was commenced yes. terday morning in the Rocorder's Court, Muiioipal Buildings, before the Chairman of the County of Antrim, J. H. OIGae, Eeq, Q C* Th-followioe gentlemen were sworn on the Grand Jury- -esars. Wiliiam John
16 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOLDIERS' HOMES AT WOOLWICH.

SOLDIERS' HOMES AT WOOLWICH.

SOLDIERS' HOMES AT WOOLWICa IN December lat there appeared in these colaurm, under the title of " A Coloay of Dcath," a detailed description of that ecandalons congeried of squalid dog-boles on Woolwich Gommon which, to the die. grace of our civilizetion, were sasigned as married
16 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The exchange between colonels Browue, 37th, and Bowles, 63rd Regiment, remains to be gezatted. By the time the ofiicial publication reaches India, Colonel Browne will have succeeded to a brigade command, and before long Co'onel Ross, 0. B., who embarked in October, 1873, with th
31 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

|MUSIuNG XVIDEUCOE. ATthe Cork assizes, before Mr. Justice Lawson, Miss Mlary O'Leary, a young woman, living with her mother near Macroom, brouglht an aetiun againat Mr. Timothy O'Shea, a farmer, reaidiog on the lands of Knockahandon, to recover damages for tho breach of his pro
29 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE, A CORRECTION. tic TO THE ITOR OF THE BELFAST NEWS LETTER Sin-In reference to a report in your iseue of o Thursday, will you kindly oorreot a mistake of your correspondent, and state that what I discharged my servant (Susan Meneely) for was that she, against To the
6 March 1875 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland