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FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

|FOREIGN TELEGRAS.I [THROUGH IIEUTER'S ACENCY.] F II A- N C . TIlE CO.MPENSATION TO AIR. SHAW. INTERVIEW WITH M. WADDINGTON. PAmsi, TOESDAY.-M. Chlallelel.LacOUr wias present at at Cabinet Council held hero this morning. Ie will probably leave for Cannes on Friday, and M. Jules F
7 November 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NOTICE TO ADVERITISERS. Ar ordeL of thre Post Office states thatt letters addressed to nlitials or FictiliuS's Nameslw(ll be Sc'i t j tie 8D-el Letter Oriicc, DUblin. Advertisers ?? give their lli :mld proper nalues ?? thev' ilesm, let ?? comintinications it a Post OfMice. Lelter
27 December 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORANGE MEETING AT THE DIAMOND.

ORANGE MEETING AT THE DIAMOND.

ORANGE M1BfliTING AT TiHE DIAMOND. ON Friday last the Diamond, Couoty Armnagh, wee the scene of a Protestant domonstratioun. chiefly colifned to inhabitants of the parish. TIhe chief purpose oi the meting Was to discuss the feasibility of what haS long been desired-via., the buil
27 December 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL STOCK AND SHARE REPORT.

SPECIAL STOCK AND SHARE REPORT.

[Supplied by Messrs. Josias Ctnninghiam & Co.] BELFrAST, Teirav - tiky ISra1 SLPT.,, 63 DUUr~rTON-E20,O00 into Bank. Consols advanuced ?? In horne railway stockts an almost g-mneral irm- provemnent is obmervabla to-day, Great Eastern is Jg and Uidlandl - easier, but with thmoe e
19 September 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THlE PIRES3YTEIRIAN CIIU3ICFI. Towxeicsl Sr~Si-:rr Cirtecifi.-Oil Frilay evening the office-bearers and members of Towvinisnd Street culigregstion hldl a coniverslzuione in the lecture hbll of the church to welcolmoe holme their beloved pastor, the R3ev. Dr. Johnston, who has jus
2 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE'S VISIT.

SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE'S VISIT.

,11. STAFIVY'11O l N ) Ildt TiI CO Ill' S I S. 1I I t TIKcELPT'IO.(N IN LAkflNE. GREAT_1 CON,`EBVATIVTON ?? MON ?? AlIGN.T FRDI- LUNCITEN TN TIETE OlMPOPTANT SPEEC ONROM jT1. "'i. S rTIaJ Y-.-I Ai thorz-t ?? mere ld-imitO fu~r 'tleo Cc e0133100 to-its of tile l10Mdt' oV llv Itppo
15 October 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

I' 0 0 T B A 14 L. .o¢.Tr or ltiN.,'i) V. T)AT cili;. Tite North opentdla thfir ?? aeon on Satlrmay by I a ?? it'aimtist the 1Xiilv'iorn'e-l !".)at (lub camn, nlw vton by three 'rit ni atI four tries to !il, 'the thieto were uainted :ii tollotwsi:-i- ,iliflin, ?? SflOler, 2; ; it
15 October 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SHIPPING. pOYAL MATIT ROUTUTO AND F1ROM1 BIN'DLAND .s Bi.Ll'AS'' ?? l-'.l.7TS\OOD STNAOiERS, and 1.ainnciitie ta.l( Yorlishire, nd Loilloi and North- XVWeteron Itailway Cot 'amos. 'teamurs-Iarl of 1l.lter, D) It of Coipn at:gljt, lhotno.' Dof17III. f'il. 01 Willc, LYI:'IY EVI;ENI
30 October 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FORIIEICGT TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH REUTEMRS AGENCY.1 THE TONQUIN DIFFICULTY. SORTIE FROM HANOI. GREAT SLAUGHTER. PARTU, SAITTnDAY.-The Minister of Marine has received the following telegram * General Bout marle a sortie on the 19th instant from Hanoi with 500 men. Ho captured seven c
30 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METROPOLITAN NOTES.

METROPOLITAN NOTES.

nIETP.OPOIITAN NOT S. N EWs.Lii ri'll. it-Tic11, IL *Yorii coiteqepotidu-lt is informedi that th- Oh io delei Lorisco, which lately ?? frii': the dtirse~v it liadi on 120 Ltd 8000 ( bnscis~i to ?? willt ii11lev. I Yest Th'Inol-rnellitc pI)ttV ?? IF-t no1 to A late hloll-e Ee 0C t
28 July 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland