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MARKETS.

MARKETS.

AAR K E T S. the BELFAST MfiRSETS-FvraDro , Jsr-. IS 6nd TPz weatber continues mild and damp, t The foreig arrivals consist of 4,506 tons wheat. ;4 ott tons barley, and 275 hIods. .iaxseed. ts. Foreign and Stcae Grain-Fcrign wheat hss been ly. I steady during the week, hbt little
19 January 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNARDS AND ITS INDUSTRIES.

NEWTOWNARDS AND ITS INDUSTRIES.

INEWTOWNARDS AND ITS INDUSTRIES, Ox °- the 12tbh May last we announced in the colarms of this Journal that there was a prospect of the mines being reopened, as we suggested upwards of 'I three years ago, and that Mr. Silas Evans-a gen- T2 j tleman well acqeninted with them,, havi
19 January 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

GE1ERAL TELEGRA1MIS FRANCEI VErTU9LT,_S, Far:T aT rVRsito. - Ia to-day's sitting of tee Chamber of 1D. putios the former CqrTitLw.15 were re-eltoted. ii. B ubl a4 urdoa Uig2ftj1:totelthat the Ib dget saould be Popl Iinvalidating elcolians, and wa-s called to ord!er by the Preeido
12 January 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

THE LYING IN STATR OF THE POEIS RE MAINS. THE CONCLAVE. ROmz, TORsDi.AY. -Rplying to questions received froma several foreign Courts, the Papal Nuncio has been inatructed to announce that the funeral ser- vices for the llatq ?? will be p9rivately ?? if roe Sixtine Chapel ou the
13 February 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

ICORRESPOND)ENCE. THE BELFAST ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. OF TIE BELFAST NEWS-LTTER. SIR-I read in to-day'e paper the followirq. :-" A, meeting of the' supporters of Mr. WVilliatn E wart was held yesterday evening,' at eight o'clock, in the Drew Memorial Church." Kindly permit me to
1 April 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

?? ANI'-? I 17. 11 - I . t I T I E CO U R T. O.| osos so, SarnDAY.-The Qoeen drove out yes- e terday afternoon w~ith Princess Beatrice, attended t hy ii e Dowager ?¶srcl~onse of tly. This morn- l i. g -er Msj'rtr and. Priau:ss Beatrice were present 3 at Divino aers ii" at W~i~ipp
1 January 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD LEITRIM'S MURDER.

LORD LEITRIM'S MURDER.

Lor: TS. MaR. [FUON, '1tJD w,-" J variety of reasons we hope that the t ay bring the murderers of Lord to nae tI We have no desire for re- and it is by no means impossible that otual rmurderers were not morally the most tit is mot important that the law 'be vdicated against the s
22 April 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TURKS AND THEIR RULERS.

THE TURKS AND THEIR RULERS.

, wi T-URl{S AND THEIfR RULERS. - f1 . l- VTnAPT.';" I.rft.I tr nrx- I > ~WM IB {STAD)ATR s CORRESPO2TDENuT. tILAsD Waby achieve a solution of the Eastern but in Aorer to do so she must be jetoined to do the work thoroughly and in a ier~t of complete fairness to all races and all
22 April 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT]g AND FASHION. THE COULT. OssOxRET, THURSDAY--The Queen drove out yes; terday with Princess Beatrice, attended by the, Dowager Marebionese of Ely, and her Majesty went cut wita the Princess this morning. Prince, Laeo pold walked out yesterday, attended by Mr. Cl- linso VIOC
26 January 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIETY FOR PROVIDING NURSES FOR THE SICK POOR.

SOCIETY FOR PROVIDING NURSES FOR THE SICK POOR.

80GIETY FOR PROVIDING NURSES FOR 1e,,unual raecting of the friends and ?? (this rociety was held yesterday in the Music 'here was a large attendance, which in- ,ted ,nre4-iderahle number of ladies. Airongst tQg9 P1,eeult ?? John Pxeation (NMayor), li;ronay, Vicar of Belfast; Rev.
25 April 1878 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland