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SIR JAMES EMERSON TENNENT A MEMBER OF THE ADMINISTRATION.

SIR JAMES EMERSON TENNENT A MEMBER OF THE ADMINISTRATION.

SIR JAMES EMNIERSON TENNENT A MEMBER OF THE ADMINISTRATfON. Wi. are sure we express only the general feeling of the community when we state the ?? we have experienced in perceiving the name of the hen. memi- her for Lisburn in the list of the Earl of Derby's Ad- ministration. The
1 March 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW MINISTRY.

THE NEW MINISTRY.

(From tie Court Circular.) Tar, Queen held a Court and Privy Council at twelve o'clock on Friday, at Bucliigham Palace. Sir George Grey, Earl Grey, Earl Granville, Lord Truro, Sir Charles Wood, the Earl of MAinto, the Marquis of Westminster, the TIarquis of Breadalbane, the Duke
1 March 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE, COMMERCE, AND FINANCE.

TRADE, COMMERCE, AND FINANCE.

BELFAsT, ?? MOaaNISo. LOC.AL WEEKLY REPORTS. STATE OF TIHE LIN-LN AND TARN TEAT)E, LiNENs.-The Ballymena market of Saturday -was opened rather briskly, and cloth, of all descriptions, found buyers at low rates. From 1200 to 1800in Ballymena sets were bought at 7id. under set. In
1 March 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

- THLE ROSES. B sr WILLIAM rOILSYTlI, WE'LL go and gathor roses While Summer beauties last, Ere the cloud its coming shows us By shadows round us cast.. We'll go with song and laughter, Light-heart and sunny eye, And think on care hereafter 'Neath Winter's cauldrif~slcy. We'll go
1 August 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE, COMMERCE, AND FINANCE.

TRADE, COMMERCE, AND FINANCE.

TRADE, COA.UE RCI, AND FINANCE. BELFAST, MION:DAY Evixi'No. THOuGTr the prophets of hope are loud ih their vaticinations of prosperity for tile year Upoil which we have just entered, it cannot be denied that great distrcss continues to afflict a very large portion of the populati
8 January 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SPECTACLES FOR ALL SIGHTS AND AGES. CONVEX. CONCAVE. S. ?? d NeatBhiaSteel,perpttir, 3 01NeatDlueSteel,perpair, 3 6 Highly finishied do. 5 0 'li-hlv fitished do. o 6 Best Steel Frames, wvith Very best Steel Frames, Pebbles, ?? ...w9 ieighiilg only 2 pet Fine Tortoise shell, ?? 5
8 January 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851.

THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851.

THE GREAT-EXHIBITION.OF 1851. The Palace of glass' in Hyde Park may nowv be re- garded as finished, although some trifling matters yet remain to be completed, in consequence of some altera- tions and additions on the original design. The glaz- ing of the transept is now in progre
8 January 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONDEMNATION OF THE PAPACY BY AN [ill] [ill]

CONDEMNATION OF THE PAPACY BY AN [ill] [ill]

CONDE O~j~KAAY- BY AN ..TrA oAN.NIET¾ SAVANO~RLS'1CVD6., ON Sunday, between the morning and evening-services, Father Gavazzi appeared, pursuantto a circular issued by his Italian friends, to address an.auditory hastily assem~ed in the concert room of the Princess's Theatre, Oxfor
8 January 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THIS EVENING. Church of Ireland Youiig Meu's Society. 6 HE FIRST ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF AL the above Society will be held (D. V.) in the MUSIC-HALL, on WEDNESDAY (This Evening), the 8th instant, when the Rev. MORTIMI R O'SUIL- LIVAN, D.D., will deliver an Address on Me following
8 January 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE—RAILWAY EXTENSION IN THE NORTH.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE—RAILWAY EXTENSION IN THE NORTH.

CHlAMJ3BER OF COMNIERCE-RAILWAY EX- TENSION IN THE NORTH.'. A counciL meeting of the Belfast Chamber of Commerce was held on Saturday last, at the Chamber, in Waring Street, at eleven o'clock inl the forenoon, to consider what steps it might be necessary to take in reference to t
1 December 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland