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TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MANCHESTER.

TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MANCHESTER.

TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MANCIIESTER. ON the evening of Friday, the 6th inst., a congregational tea party was held in the school-room of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Manchester, on which occasion a very handsome presentation was made to the Rev. William MICaw, the highly este
20 April 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTRACTS FROM OLD "NEWS-LETTERS."

EXTRACTS FROM OLD "NEWS-LETTERS."

EXTRACrS FROM OLD 'i NEWS-LETTERS." `WF continue our selections from the old files of the News- Letter-an inexhaustible fund of literary curiosities:- A CLASSICAL GROCER.-Tho following advertisement ap- peared in the News-Letter of March 27, 1739 :-" Robert Wills, furnaerly Latin
20 April 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENTERTAINMENT TO JOHN M. HIGGINSON, ESQ., S.I.

ENTERTAINMENT TO JOHN M. HIGGINSON, ESQ., S.I.

ENTERTAINMENT TO JOHN M. IIIGGINSON, ESQ., S.I. 0i Tuesday evening a very elegant entertainment was given In Lisburn to J. M. Higginson, Esq., S.l., (son of thc re- spected magistrate, 11. T. Higginson, Esq.), in the llertford Arms, on the occasion of his approachingdeparture for
14 December 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

ON Monday, after a vacation of about fifteen months, Con- ciliation Uall was re-opened by Mr. Jb~ln O'Connell, with a view to the commencement of a new agitation of the Repeal question. The hall, which, during this long recess, was left in a state of comparative neglect, has, in
12 October 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

-$bij firbw. BELVAST, OCT. 11.-Wind, E.-Weather, Rainy. ARRIVED. OcToBaE 9.-Queen, st., Whitehaven; Camilla, st., Glasgow; Glow-Wormn, st., Ardrossan; Princess Alice, st., Fleetwood. 10. -Thetis, st., Glasgow; Fire-Fly, st., Ardrossan; Prince, at., Dublin; Blenheim, st., Liverpoo
12 October 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE IRISH POOR-LAW.

THE IRISH POOR-LAW.

MINISTERIAL PROPOSITIONS FOR ITS AMENDMENT. A AtEETING of Irish members was held on Thursday after- noon, at one of the committee-rooms of the House of Comn- mons, for the purposc of having submitted to them, by their brother representatives on the select committee, appointed to
20 February 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Markets.

Belfast Markets.

33rifa,5t Ifflarltetz. 2?elfast, 17th of ]Ith Alonusi, 1849. Tur business reported in Grain, MIcal, and Flour, this weck, 111s been to a moderate extent only; and, with the exception of prime quality of Wheat, prices have been in favour of the buyer. Flour has become increasingly
20 November 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Imptrial Varliament. HOUSE OF LORDS. W IT onday, June 25. BRIlTISH lRELATIONS WITII srAIr. The Earl of ABERDEEN said, it was now more than a yeas since the Spanish Government dismissed with indiqnity -the British Minister at Madrid-a step which was followed by the cessation of al
29 June 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC DINNER TO HUTCHESON POSNETT, ESQ.

PUBLIC DINNER TO HUTCHESON POSNETT, ESQ.

IPUBLIC DINNER TO HUTCHESON. POSNETT, ESQ. ON Tuesday evening, the tenantry on the Irish estates of Lord Dungannon entertained the newsly.appointed head agent to that property, Hutcheson Posnett, Esq., at a public dinner, in the Music Hall of this town. Upwards of one hundred and
29 June 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

BELFAST HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

THE usual weeldy meeting of Harbour Commissioners was held on Tuesday. Present-AMr. WHITLA, chairman, in the chair; Messrs. Ileiron, Boyd, Grituslaiv, Clarke, Perrie, Ma. gill, Henderson, Harrison, Grainger, MITear, Dunn, Thomn- son, and Valentitie. A committce was appointed to
05 January 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland