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THE BELFAST PRESBYTERY.

THE BELFAST PRESBYTERY.

Tuis reverend court met yesterday, at eleven o'clock, in May Street Church. In the absence of Rev. Dr. Wilson, Dr. Coolke presided, as Molerator. BiERRY STREET CHTURCHI. A memorial signed by a number of indiv~iduals, some of them not connected with any congri;gatioa, ?? presente
5 November 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

FOR SALE. I -PRIME OH'1IO and CANADTAN FLOUR;! Jr o. Egyptian WHEAXT-; 3)o. Yellow Bulgarian INDI*9 CORN; Do. Ibrail INDIAN CORN. Storage to LET, in GAMBLE kR-`EET, for 200 tons Grain GEO. C. PIM & CO., 43, Donegall Quay. Nov. 4th, 1851. 278 - few tons damaged INDIAN CORN. IVILLI
5 November 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN MINISTER IN IRELAND. —EXTRAORDINARY PRONOUNCEMENT OF THE TIMES.

THE AMERICAN MINISTER IN IRELAND. —EXTRAORDINARY PRONOUNCEMENT OF THE TIMES.

THE AMERICAN MINISTER IN IRELAND. -EXTRAORDINARY PRONOUNCEMENT OF THE TIMlIES. WE regret much that his Excellency the HIon. Abbott Lawrence has not found it convenient to accept the invitation of our public bodies and merchants to visit the metropolis of Ulster. We regret this th
3 October 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

Local rait0ig"m TIE Anrtrrtrct AsrnissA)oR.-It will be observed, by thle correspondence published in our report of the Town Council's proceedings on Wednesday, that the I-Ion. Mr. Lawrence has declined the invitation to visit Belfast, alleging, as his apology, that his stay in Ir
3 October 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LANDS CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION (IRELAND) BILL.—LETTER OF MR. SHARMAN CRAWFORD.

LANDS CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION (IRELAND) BILL.—LETTER OF MR. SHARMAN CRAWFORD.

LANDS CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION (IRELAND) BILL.-LETTER OF MR. SHARMAN CRAW- FORD. - Wu copy the followin, from the hueeman's Jouruak:-I ccTO THE ]EDITORb Or TIME F5EEMAN 'S JOURNAL. "London, Jane 18, 1851. SzR,-I send by this post a copy of a bill of vast importance, and, 1 would say
25 June 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News Letter.

The Belfast News Letter.

. trials BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1851. TIIE American news contained in the advices brought by the Camibria is inserted in our fourth page. We annex the Continental intelligence received since our last:- FiRANCE. PAnTS, SATURDAY-TlTe President held a grand r3o- view in the Ch
25 June 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

LOST OR STOLEN, t-2 A SMALL BROWN TERRIER, havil a Ger- ;man Silrer Collar round his neck. %,,iy person brilging same to 4, Fountain Lane, will ?? 5s. Any one found in possession, after this date, will be prosecuted. 330 THE GREAT EXHIBITION. GENTLEMEN WHO INTEND VISITING THE CRY
25 June 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Glic itlaarts. ~BELFA1 ~s. 6TII or l2T,, MAONMI, 1851. Wtg have had rather morc business in Our Corn Marlfct this week than last; yet, w,%ithoult ally adva~ice inl price;,, except for Indian Corn -for which 2s. Gil. per tonl mare be qnstetl. Oats and Oatmeal, on the contrary, ner
8 December 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

Tnsc returns of the Board of Trade, for the month ending the 5th of December last, were issued on Wednesday, by Mr. Foniblanque, thefac/soilu of the Board, who cooks these do- cmrnents after the most approved fashion, with a view to bolter up, through their means, the now ncarly
8 January 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SHIPPING TRADE OF BELFAST.

THE SHIPPING TRADE OF BELFAST.

WE publish in ourpresent sheet a revisedlist of the ship- ping registeredattheport of Belfast, on the 1st of January 1851, by which it will be seen that 130 vessels are en. gaged in the foreign trade, measuring 53,721 tons, which, compared with the tonnage registered 1st Jan. .
8 January 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland