Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 606,369 articles

MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE ULSTER HALL.

MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE ULSTER HALL.

MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE I UL4STER HTALL., THE musical entertainment given in the Ulster Hall last evening by the members of the 91st (Argyleahire) Highlanders was not at all so success- ful as was anticipated, considering the laudable object for rhich it was promoted-namely
8 September 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SCIENCE OF TEMPERANCE.

THE SCIENCE OF TEMPERANCE.

. THE SCIEEN0OEF TEMPERA494. - Tue last of the series o5 lectures on "The Science of. Tempeamceb," delivred. 1bytr;r i;iohardton, F.RS., under .the auspices of the 'Irish Temperance.j League, was given in May Street Church, at eight- o'clock, last evening. M. R. DnwAY, Esq., I.P.
28 September 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SAILS BY AUCTION. SALE THIS DAY. AUCTION OF DAMAGED INDIAN MEAL (On account of whom it may concern). oB E SOLD BY AUCTION, AT THE T COblMERCIAL SALEROOMS, 35, ANN STREET, Belfast, on FRIDAY, 6th April, 1877, at Twelve o'clock, About Twelve Tong INDIAN MEAL slightly damwa; suitabl
6 April 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

SPECIAL AND OBDIHARY TELEGRM, THE EASTERN QUESTION. DEPARTURE OF THE FRENCH AND ITALIAN PLENIPOTENTIARIES. Co5rSvA2XIsoPsS, TUESDAY EvMsiGo.-Cout de Chandordy and Count Corti, the French and Italian plenipotentiarles at the Conference, left here to- day. It is believed here that
31 January 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MARKETS, IRIH. BELFAST SARKETS-TR~esDAy, Oci. U1 BC&orga1 ?? PRIans. OEMN,&O. I e. d . Perewt. of11121lbs. Flounders 00 eto a.d. aLd. Rocks I 5 WMost, whlte 11 O tolI 0 Carrots, red O0 0-0 Do. red 110 0-'0~Turnips, Swede I0-1 Oats, new 79 0-S7'Maigel Wurzell1 C-I1 Do. old 96 0 10
12 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORANGE SOIREE.

ORANGE SOIREE.

Tim members of St. Matthew's Church Defenders ?? 1903, held their annual reunion on Monday evening, in their Iodgerooms, Shankhill Road. There was a large attendance, and several members of the County Grand Lodge of Belfast were present. On the motion of Br. Richard Bryans, Br.
14 September 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRIP TO SLIEVE GULLION.

TRIP TO SLIEVE GULLION.

I T 'TRIT TO S T. I E V E GU LLION. ([WRIsTE FOX TR E BELFASr nMfS-LZTLETS] APm-AGo, 23r:I JULY, 1877.-Left the old city of Armagh in private break, and with four well ap- I pointed L~orses,and Ercu ng andmnixei party of fifteen, of variousnatioualities and qcaiiities wedashedalo
25 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEATHER—SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

THE WEATHER—SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

THE WEATHER?SRIPPfl?G CASUALTIES TaE stormba a not yet entirely disappeared from ou shares, good stiff breezes still continuing to blow at times withy great violeuct. The linjries caused by the falling of chimney potst lund slates from build. ingsimnanda3rornndthe town hiate been
17 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND F-ASHION. TEE COURT. BALMORAL Susnsr.-The Queen and Royp familysattended Divine service in the parish church of Crsitb. Rev. Dr. Lees, of Paisley, officiated. Her Majesty was attended by the Countess of Erroll and Colobel Lindsay. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princ
17 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

gt? I 'Atifut iAM15-Yett''K. (IrASTIILTSTED ASNO 17;37.) BEELFAST: THURSDAY, JUNE ., 1877. p _ . ?? TiF. Czar reached Ploje3ti, the headquarters of t' the army of the Danube, on yesterday evening, and met with an enthusiastic reception from the c troops. The bombardnment of Giurg
7 June 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland