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THE IRISH LITERARY MOVEMENT.

THE IRISH LITERARY MOVEMENT.

THE IRISH LITERABY MOVEMENT| SIR CHARLES GAVAwN DUFFY has come back again with the summer to give the final push to the new Irish literary movement, and launch it on what we hope will be a successful career. A year ago he laid before his countrymen the priject of renew- ing the a
19 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SEQUEL TO THE FRANCOPRUSSIAN WAR.

A SEQUEL TO THE FRANCOPRUSSIAN WAR.

SEQUEL TO THE FRANCO- PRUSSIAN WAR. flONOURiNG THE REMAINS OF PRUSSIAN SOLDIERS. IMPRESSIVE MEETING OF FRENCH AND GERMAN TROOPS, (R BTEr's TELEGRAM.) Paris, Saturday. This morning there took place at Batilly, on the Franco-German frontier, the ceremony of the transfer to German t
19 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I F OREIG INTELLIGENCE, FROM OUR CORItMSPONDRENT. 'I'E BOYAL VWDDING. CALCUTTA. FiJI)LAY.-At a meetings held yester- i .day, under the presidenrcy Of the .laharajah o . Jarbhango, a committee wvas appointed to raise. shbsaoriptions for the purchase of caskets for addresses, as we
19 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORR[ESPC2,DENCE. THE GOVERNMIdENT AND THE ENEMIES OF THE CONSTITUZION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. SEa-May I ask leave through your columns to draw the special attention ci Belfast Unionists to the debate which took place in the House of Coma- mllons I3 t night (Th
19 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

TKPERiALPA1?LL ±TNT? | BY- pin n~rl AND OCDJ7NARY WVIRE:S 1555 YEsTERD AX. TsELeon Cx c'c~cesmoe rooku his seat on the wvool- sack at; a quaru.er past four o'clock. TIlEg OFF1ICIAL LIQUIDAITIONS BILbL. In anaic-er to t-e M.'arquis of V5A.TEN'DF)RD. Lordi AGTOf ,tat. ii that be di
13 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

THE ARMY,.ATY ?? On? MILITARY ?? I ONON, IXTEODAYe-LiO icena,,nt Cootle, of the lo~t Ba-; aD io Role-C ; ink lfienjer: , at the 0aroag,,,h, Sac ?? promiote 1 to the rank or captain. in the cerp.. no him lieen ?? enough, to get ti c in; ?? fl ?r six andl b.t af year",.e' oo i- to;
5 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.

THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.

THE QUEEN'S BRTIHIDAY. Los-now, SUNDAv.-The banquet givren by her Miajesty's Mlinistcrs in celebration of the Queen's Birthday took place ?? evening. M1r. Gladstonegave a full-dress dinner in Dovning Street. The Prince of Wales, the Earl of Elgidn the Earl of Aberdeen, the Earl o
5 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

c 0 1-?L 113 E S P 0 N' D EN C E. THE FZIENDS- A&SD 3O3E RULE. TO TIE EDITOR OF TEP BELFAST NEWS-DETTER, Sun-Somne time ago you0 inserted an address froa 1, 376 out of about I.696 adult members of Soe.etyof Friends in Ireland to their fellow- Mi.mbi'!'9in Greac Britain appealing
5 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

_ _I DUBLIva, THURmSnDAY, THE Lord Lieutenant left Dublin this morn- ing for Broadstone station, to visit the West of Ireland. lie was accompanied by Colonel Jekyll, ?? private secretary. They embarked this evening on board the dmii- ralty yacht Enchantress. To-morrow his Excel.
23 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAAMENTI BY PRIVATLE LE.ND OUDH-ARY iqniaS HOUSE OF LORDSe YESTERDAY. The Lord Chan-cellor took his seat on the troolsack at, a quarter p-ocr four o'clock. TAKING TEE OATH. The Macrqul of Camden took, thle oath,. and sub-. scribed the roll on his .cuccession to ?? ti
2 June 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland