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HE I MATE MP O IO HN. Gentlemen desirous of obtainikg well fitting gar- nents, got up in the Best West-.End London style of make, and of the most substantial and Fashionable materials, are respectfully invited to an inspection of the Stock of his Establishment. If o JOHN ARNOLD,
02 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

co4ninrciaL LoxDON, FIUDAY Niur.-The corn market, which was brisk on Monday, at an advance of one shilling, was dull to-day. The French market, which showed symptoms of improvem ent a week ago, is again dull, and its condition affects our market. Fine French flour, however, sold
02 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Etc Marketz. BELFAST, 1ST Or 4rct MOXTIT, 1851. WHIEAT.-.Wlieat, white (farmers' lots, 1121bs.), 7s 1Cd to Ds 4d; do., red, 7s IOd to Ds 2d per do. Store lots, per ton, Irish, £8 l5s Od to O9 5s Od; Polish Odessa, X8 101s to £D 6s; Dantzic, £10 0Os to £10 los; French, £0 Os to £9
02 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICERS WOUNDED AT THE LATE ASSAULT ON THE REDAN.

OFFICERS WOUNDED AT THE LATE ASSAULT ON THE REDAN.

OFFICERS WOUNDED AT 'T'HIE LA'T'E ASSAULT ON TiHE 1EDAN. JLord Panatiure pre'itsvttt Shi comtpiiniteiitts to tint edlitor of' the S'sni, and hugs to trans niit aI litoulnaiit list oft thu officers scetndled, anfl the nutacrical list, of' cite. c'asua~lties of thel non-coli~n iiss
27 June 1855 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News Letter.

The Belfast News Letter.

I - d aw i cuitr (ESTABLIS111,'D A\NN0 L1,717) 13 E L P A S T: WEJ)NESDAY, JUNE 27,, 1855. A REP'RIEVE FOR MNINISTE RS-T-'IE MOE- BUCK ShLAM. No little excitement line been produced by Mr. Roo- bLICk'S IIOtiU of' mdotio for what Practically amlounlts, to at vote of censure upon M
27 June 1855 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILITARY RIOTS AT MALTA.

MILITARY RIOTS AT MALTA.

MALTA, M&Y 8.-Shortly after the arrival of the An- ?? Legion, some one or two of the soldiers were brought before the police and condemned to im. prisonment for uttering blasphemous language in the streets, and lately there was a case of unprovoked assault upon a friar of the Ca
16 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET—TUESDAY (YES

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET—TUESDAY (YES

LIVERPOOL CORN IMARKET-TursDAT (YES- TsanDar)-At to-day's marlcet wheat was in very limited dernand, and to make progress in sales to anv extent. a reduction since this day week of 3d to 4d per ,0 1 s. had to be snbmi;ted to. Flour wvas in f;ir requuest at a reduction of 6d ntr e
22 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

L EE & sor{NI I IV, t -I;Jewellers to the Queen3 Wa,,tchmakers,: Ailversmiths and Opticians, :35 57, Unni-~ STRUEET, BE-LFAST. TO FAMILIES FURNISHING. NEW ARRIVALS ,rIIE SUBSCRIBERM HAS JUST RIECEIVED ilL ~~~a lalrge lot of CARPETS AND CU1IITAINk MATERIALS, ZIM l1,iCIN ALL THE LA
16 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RUSSIAN FORCE IN THE EASTERN SEAS.

THE RUSSIAN FORCE IN THE EASTERN SEAS.

Tnz following notice has been published at Lloyd's:- "Extract of a letter dated Calcutta, April 28, 1364: -" ' We beg to brings to the notice of the committee for managing the affairs of Lloyd's the unprotected state of the Eastern trade. The British vessels of war in these seas
16 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMP ERIAL PARLIAM IIN''. (Sepptesiei)tex iI 10o gpeolal Telegram.) HOUSE OF, COIIONS-TUIESDAY, AIARC1 15. 0llUBO'I-ltA'VS ABOLITION BILL, Sir J. TIIELAWNEYl alinlg mov(!d tlhe second read- ingr of tile Cb inrch -Rates Abolition Bill, sMr. D. Gt~lFtI'FTIt ?? l)y Way of amindllent
18 March 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland