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THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW.

THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW.

TO TIEE DITOR OF TIE BDLFAST SW-LZETTER. Si nl-I sill eei obliged by yourinsertion of the subjoined circular, and the attention of your readers in town and to the advcrtlsentent country relative to " the Alliance" which accompanies it. General and iimmediate action is required a
28 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.-FRIDAY. [Before W. J. C. ALLEN, Esq.] ILLEGALLY PAWNING BY WORKMEN. William Clarke and William Al'Niece, two working shoemakers, were charged with having pawned the ma- terials of three pairs of cloth boots, the property of Mrs. Palmer, the proprietress of a
29 September 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

THE numbers on Wednesday reached 54,540, being nearly two thousand in excess of the Wednesday of last week; and 3,400 above the total of the previous week. The amount of oash received at the doors was £2,572 12s. During the day placards were posted up, by order of the committee,
29 September 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Ube ftarkets. BELFAST. 27T}I OF 9eH MONTH, 1851. WE have bad a very quiet trade in Grain and Flour this week. Farmers' Wheat barely supports last weeks' rates. Oats declined about 3d., and Oatmeal Gd. to 9d. per csvt Flour attracts but little attention. Yellow Indian Corn remains
29 September 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JAMAICA.—THE CHOLERA.

JAMAICA.—THE CHOLERA.

THtE cholera in Jamaica has b(sen the most frightful scourge that has afflicted for many years any country in the western world. The tropical climate of Jamaica-the filthy and in- dolent habits, and the ignorance and superstition of its co- loured population, the general poverty,
27 December 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW CUSTOM-HOUSE.

THE NEW CUSTOM-HOUSE.

THE NEW CUSTOXAROUSE. O THE EDITOR OF Tag BnLAST NVs-LEUSUL Scat-However unwillingly, I am compelled, in justice to myself, to state a few facts, in reply to a communi- cation from the Mayor, published in your paper of this morning. The deputations met in the Town Hall pre- viois
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPENING OF THE CRYSTAL PALACE, SYDENHAM, LONDON.

OPENING OF THE CRYSTAL PALACE, SYDENHAM, LONDON.

OPENING OF THE R YSTAL PALACED SYDENNAM5 LONDON. (roaM Oir, 'CORRESPONDENT.) Tsrsgeat event took place to-day. The weather was imposing- The G-lassPalaceeis awonderful creation of man's genius, far -surpassing in grandeur and beauty the Great Exhibition Buildin~g of 1851. it also
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND THE TOWNS' IMPROVEMENT BILL.

BELFAST AND THE TOWNS' IMPROVEMENT BILL.

BELFAST AND THE TOWNS' IMPROVE. MENT BILL. Monia than one of our local cotemporaries have, we observe, in their publications of Saturday, referred to the few remarks made by us in our last, on this sub- ject, after a fashion not warranted by anything which we advanced. We merely
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNION FOR PRAYER DURING TEN DAYS,

UNION FOR PRAYER DURING TEN DAYS,

luau L.vruauA ?? 27, 1881, TO IMONDAK IA.?UATIIV 8, 1862. INSTEAD of a new circular, it has been thought good this year to reprint 3Mr. I'bCheyne's address to his people on the Prayer Union of 1842, making merely a few changes and additions. It is dated " St. Peter's, Dundee, Oc
26 December 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIABOLICAL ATTEMPT AT MURDER.—A GENTLEMAN SHOT.

DIABOLICAL ATTEMPT AT MURDER.—A GENTLEMAN SHOT.

DIABOLICAL ATTEMPT AT MURDER.-A GENTLEMAN SHOT. IT is with mingled feelings of regret and horror that we are this day compelled to publish the details of as brutal and cold-blooded an attempt at murder as has stained the annals of our country for years. The cir- cumstances connec
28 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland