THlE TURKISIH ARMY IN THlE CRIMEA. (F)rom the Thud Unremqmueut.) TrUI ITlmtni1s AnoVi; KANIAsIt, Jts1.1 10. -Whoa I last wroto to you, tile Tiilkish army hail just come back iln a groat hbirry from tile neighibourhoo(d of Baildier, andr had enamilped on the hills alaing thre Blal
?? T 1 BALTrI C F LE ET'. aI (Fromlim;1 thie Tiuti' L'orreslpndesLt.) DANTZIIJ, JLi.' 20-IhI steam-sloop Geyser t. Cominajilder' It. Deo, i'i'ivcd il tih) roads at tlt t o'clock, last tight, after' nI veey rotigih anl storm' . pasgncai frnm Natgen, froei which pitlt e she being.
TO OUR SUBSCRTBERS AND AGlMXTS. \WE b~eg to atllilinece that we have made every poe- sible arrangelmeiit for tol cartriage ?? d vii;t 'f our iitimeum 1 pap'siln llepincitlmri to wll tirole hi- ?? I lstei, iii order to meet the r(e,1iiireiiielite ot ti9 ipililic, and retidier the
THE EMINENT POPISH DIVINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NqEWS-LETTER. SiR-The Ulsterman of the 19th inst. contains a letter from Dr. Cahill's Portadown aide-de-camp, by * ay of answer to mine, which appeared in the Netus- Letter dated May 14, and in that letter I find that the "'
THE PREl:SS. THE HEALTPH O TIr1E ARMY IN THE CRIMEA. (Froe the Ti'mis'.) TtiE Capture of Sebastopol is prodlwcing its bene- ficial results in a variety of formns, and in none more gratifying than that which coneeis the relief experienced by our gallant troops in the Crimea. The o
SIR ANDREW AGNEWY ON NONCONFORMIST ClHAPI-AkINS. 'ifun following lette appeared in thle Times:- S l-whn elcownribu tions of the talent arnd public Interest of those of your Crimeall cor'rspondelit eoui- taiin commnents utplot sul jects not strioly militaory or descriptive, it is
?KlItOltylva. COUNTY TYRONE ASSIZES. EN'Tl'USIASTIC RECEPTION OF TIHE JUDGES. Ar tivo o'clock on Saturday the Commission was opened by Justice TonlENs, who, on talhing his seat on the Bench, was loudly cheered. The Grand] Jury, empatninlled on Thursday before the l-lipuh Sheriff,
ztc- IRT1112. PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. XVARsOrrzCE. JnLY 28. 8th Light Dragoons-iR. C. Sawbridg to be Cornet by purchase, vice Viscount Stormont, promoted to lst Foot Guards. 11th Do.-C. L. King to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Gandell, who retires. 17th Do.-D. C. Lowe to be Corn
?? -- - I- - ?? - I (ESFAm3LIS1IED) ANNX ) 17T17) B E 1? PI A S UI: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1855. TIlE CAMPAIGN IN THE CRIMEA. TIuE accounts which bave been received, wuring tire latter part of yesterday, b5 various sources, from tile Crimirca, are important, as enailing us to obtai
SECO N 1.) E]DITION. TIlS DAY'S LJONDON NEW\3. fIY MALGNETIC TELEGRAPHI.] NE ;VSLETTER OFFICEp 1 o'clock A. M. Theo Times, in a leading article, says:-" It is go. nerally reported, and we suspect correetly, that General Simpson has already ceased! to co'mal.(l the British army; o