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PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION ON THE IRISH REGIUM DONUM.

PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION ON THE IRISH REGIUM DONUM.

PARLIAMENTARY DIVISWN ON THE IRISH I BEGIUM l D iVUjlf. 1Motion made-" That a stUI not exceeding i39,008 be granted to her Majesty to defray the expenses of of Nonconforming, Seceding, and Protestant Dissent- ing ministers in Ireland, to the 31st March, 1858." Whereupon motion ma
17 July 1857 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR DAVID BARBOUR ON THE CURRENCY QUESTION.

SIR DAVID BARBOUR ON THE CURRENCY QUESTION.

Sir David Barbour contributes an article to the 'Nra-tional Rview' for April on the currency questlon as it affecta India. in the course of it lhe ?? to June. 1893. tue monetary standard of India was siLver, that of Elngland was, and still iS. gold. So long as the two metels pre
01 April 1895 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERARY GOSSIP.

LITERARY GOSSIP.

LITERARY GOSSIP, .Mr. George Augustus Salsad atobiugrpby has seen so popular that the second edition is already exhausted, and a third is being prepared by MTessrs. Zassell. No more interesting record of a life's waried and eventful careerbave ever been published, and Mr. Sala's
01 April 1895 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1895.

BELFAST MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1895.

(ESTABLISHED A.-NO IN? I ~ ~~ 0- I-a1)0 BELF ST MONDAY, MAIARCHI 3, ,3r1n Mr. H. H. Gore, who is a sued his address to the electors oir , Alexander Robinson, while pait on Saturday last at Glasgow dcc ,Q exertion. "& The Queen has expressed hers the sufferers by tbe recent da, su
18 March 1895 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH UNIONIST

THE IRISH UNIONIST

AALLLIA NCE, SPEECHES BY COLONEL SAQYDER- SON AND MR. E. CAR'SON. THE TEN ?? CAMPAIGN. FROM 0UP. SPECIAr, REPORTER. BY ORT PRIVATE wIre. At the invitation of the executive of the London branch of the aish Unionit Alliance a brilliant gathering of well-known Irish Loyalists resid
18 March 1895 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ME. GREELEY'S FIRST DAY IN NEW YORK.

ME. GREELEY'S FIRST DAY IN NEW YORK.

MnIR. HoRAcE -REEFLEY, in his "R ecollections of a e Busy Life," now in course of publication in the s Ledger, gives a very interesting narrative of his advent in the city of New York in 1831. "We quote s -" It was, if I recollect aright, the 17th of Aug., 1831. I was twenty yea
22 November 1867 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRAND BAL COSTUME AT THE FRENCH EMBASSY.

GRAND BAL COSTUME AT THE FRENCH EMBASSY.

GR1AND BAL COSTUM'.1P AT TI-IE FRRENCH EIBA SSY. HEnR 31a`e3tv and Prince Albert having, aecbrding to the tenour -oF the invitations issued, ";deigned to ho- nour the French ArminsasEt.lr nn,l the Coujnteus Walewski wvith ?? companiy on Fridav, the 12th of M1dar, at a Ue costume,
15 May 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I CORPORAkTION -NOTICE CITY OF BELFAST. BELFAST IMPROVEMENT. 'Powers to the 1Corporation of Belfast to Widen and Improve certain Streets, and to blake a New Street in the City~-AlteztiLof Of Borrowing Powers-Amendment of Acts.- N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN., THAT THE __ -MAYORz, ALDER
17 October 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE EMBLEMS IN HERALDRY.

TRADE EMBLEMS IN HERALDRY.

ITRADE EMBLEMS IN HEMLDILY. AN enthusiastic Frenchman was beard one day lamenting the hard lot of Adam, who could not possibly have enjoyed the raptures of heraldic study. Alas I in these days there are but few people who could enter into the feelings of this distinguished Gaul.
17 October 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNARDS EQUITY SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNARDS EQUITY SESSIONS.

THas court was resumed yesterday, before Mr. TAOMAs LEFROY, Q.C. Mr. George L. MacLaine, Clerk of the Crown and Peace, was present. JOSEPH CLOSElY V. JOHSN REA. This case. partly heard on the previous day, was resumed, and the question was, whether at the sale by auction of a fa
17 October 1890 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland