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BiRItIB, MAR1UAGEBS, AND DEATfHSB A CGharge vf £s 61 ;s muadefor Marriages. Sarrie charge jin .tvotice of kner'mentfs otn if UrV atord be trsed in either Birtlig or De'tti beyond the ere airaouoc.~aaent. All such matters MUST be prepaid wad duty auhn2&eicat d. n I R T H S, COL1E-
21 November 1879 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

ULSTER COATS. T HAVE CONFIDENCE IN ASKING TIE I. attention o( Lnd1e3 to my present S9ook in tble Department, as the Designs are New, and wtmbinations both striking and elegant. The supe' Oior Cut and Make of every Garment can be rolled upon. THE " TOUJOURS SEC,' Every Lady should
28 October 1879 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

idf gt -X ale lag rth (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) ,> a 00o BELFAST: le TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1879. - ACCORDING to latest news from Afghanistan, Ine General Gough'a brigade arrived at Kushi on Sunday on its way to succour the force holding - the entrenched camp at the S hutargardan. %
28 October 1879 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH AT BIRMINGHAM.

SIR MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH AT BIRMINGHAM.

SlR MICHAEL hICKS-BEACH AT BIR MING HAM. SPrECIAL TiLBGRAM.] BuitsINGRANT, MONDAY,-Sir M, Hialrs.Boach was entertained at luncheon to-day at the Birming. ham Conservativo Club-Mr. J. B. Stone, president of the Birmingbham Coneervativo Association, pre. tiding, Amongst those prese
28 October 1879 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SOCIAL PROGRESS OF THE INDUSTRIAL CLASSES.

THE SOCIAL PROGRESS OF THE INDUSTRIAL CLASSES.

THEE SOCIAL PROGRESS OP THF nIDUSTAIAL CLASSS. inch |, FrM' XE DAILY RL AP]' hae, To no grade o'f society in the realm does Englh a of history belong more emphatically or by better stter right thean to t working olasse It is the grossest ave rita to spea or think of their part in
24 January 1879 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

I (By Freeman Special Wire.) LONDON CORRESPONDENCM Freeenar Office, 211 Strand, London, Thumedary Mtcrniug. The House of ComorneR twill rc aseemble this afternoon after the short Easter recess. and as it is Government night the Civil Service estimates vwrl be pushed through as f
17 April 1879 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAST OF MR. PATTEN BRIDGE.

THE LAST OF MR. PATTEN BRIDGE.

i THE LAST OF iMP. PATTEN BRIDGE. ve (FRO31 CoxA SPO-MrOT.) ed Friday last was a gala day in Skeheenarinka, for edon that day Mr. Patten S. Bridge bade a final 4tadieu to the romantic glens and glades and woody, in | slopes which surround the now famous Galtee D, Castle, the pict
24 March 1879 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"NEW DUBLIN."

"NEW DUBLIN."

SN XEW DUBLIN." TO THE EDITOR OP THE FREEMAS. DRAM Sin-1 was glad to read your notice of Mr. Houghton's pamphlet in your issue of to-day. The subject treated is one which requires careful consideration in Dublin, and to which I regret to say sufficient attention is not paid, eith
24 March 1879 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I SPORTING INTELLIGENME RACING NOTES. St Th, rsdg that took place this Week weB not of a character that calls for any comment, especially m as such important meetings as the Lincoln and 1 Liverpool have to be decided. The miqor events, ra ~at each meetin can be left to my overnig
24 March 1879 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLL GENCE. POLCE COURT.-Mr. Woodlock presided -rueter. day in the Kingstown Police-court, theb Wg2esk of which consisted in the investigation of te± morning charges and the hearing of nine summons cases. Mary Byrne, was put forward on re- mand, charged with
31 January 1879 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland