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The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

(R9TABLISHFTh A~iO 1737.). BELFA ^ST: FRIDAY, Oft. 19 18477 A TEEGAB from Tiffs furises same details of the engagement between the Russians and the Turks on1 Tuesday, which resulted so disas- trously for the latter. The Turks were over- powered by superiior numnbers, the Russians
19 October 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
H AVING BEEN, on more than oerealtse, soliatsd f.r my rota and supcort by seeking positions under I deem it

H AVING BEEN, on more than oerealtse, soliatsd f.r my rota and supcort by seeking positions under I deem it

to state that I AN NOT a MEMBER of THAT BODY. JOSEPH EDWARD TRACY. N. siva Hall. Cork, Oct. 17tb. 11W7.
19 October 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
fALASGOW VETERE ART COLLEGE. 89, AND 88, BUCCLEUCH STREET. Establilled tinder the Authority of Her Mates'y the Queen, and Incorporated

fALASGOW VETERE ART COLLEGE. 89, AND 88, BUCCLEUCH STREET. Establilled tinder the Authority of Her Mates'y the Queen, and Incorporated

in 1869, under Royal Sign-Manual, with the Royal Wigs of Veterinary Surgeons. Patrons His Once the Duke of Argyll, His Grace the Duke of Hamilton, The Proforma of the University of Glasgow. The Hon. the Lord Provost and Magistrates of the City of Glasgow, do, de. Priacipal—Profe
19 October 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
emnparett with the previous ermine :—lncreese bits anti publie deposits, .4346,700; in hind, £U4.150; notes of other banks, £185,900; euniry

emnparett with the previous ermine :—lncreese bits anti publie deposits, .4346,700; in hind, £U4.150; notes of other banks, £185,900; euniry

elet,tors, £163,050; suudry creditors. 1104,950; Treasury notea.lll,soo; other depoeite, £550; decsease notes in circnislion, 11,148,700 ; other securities, 11.194.600; sundry socuritiee. £129,300; alrene.. on stoeks. sumo.
19 October 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Price One Shi ll ing. G EOLOGICAL NOTES OF IRELAND By WILLIAM The object of this book has been to

Price One Shi ll ing. G EOLOGICAL NOTES OF IRELAND By WILLIAM The object of this book has been to

render the study of Geology easy, which is difficult to acquire from more pretentious works ; and although written with a scientific title, it is interesting to all who wish to be informed upon the natural wonders of Ireland, its mountain, lake, and cavern district., and above a
19 October 1877 - Cavan Weekly News and General Advertiser - Cavan, Cavan, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIENDS IN AUSTRALIA.

FRIENDS IN AUSTRALIA.

19 October 1877 - Cavan Weekly News and General Advertiser - Cavan, Cavan, Republic of Ireland
 
religion provides for us both pardon and boll- DOM

religion provides for us both pardon and boll- DOM

11. A perfect God, who wills man's perfection, will teach man the methods of harmonia. ing himself with his environment. Why, if we are loyal to the sei nitific method we ought to sleep on propositions like these, for they will no fall into tremor untd the pillars of ihe univers
19 October 1877 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW TO FIGHT ROME.

HOW TO FIGHT ROME.

Haas we have the history of one who is now a minister of the Gospel. His uncle was a priest; his mother, a devout Roman Catholic, gave hie) careful training. He had two sisters who are Sisters of Mercy. He used to hear the Protestant fife and drum, and cursing the Pope; but thes
19 October 1877 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUSTENTATION FUND COMMITTEE.

SUSTENTATION FUND COMMITTEE.

Tam regolar quarterly meeting of this comsagas was held on Tuesday in the Boardroom . of the Assembly's Buildings, May Street. The : chair taken by the Rev. George Bellis, Moderator of the General Assembly, who opened the meeting with prayer. In addition to the Moderator, the fo
19 October 1877 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
In the evening Col. Saunderson presided, the subject being

In the evening Col. Saunderson presided, the subject being

OF FAITH." The Rev. WILLIAM PARK said that the words on which the subject was founded—" All things are possible to him that believeth " must be confined to those things only which are within the possibilties of God's own nature. Perhaps they sometimes talked too much of faith. I
19 October 1877 - Witness (Belfast) - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland