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Commercial.

Commercial.

(Tommntrcia. REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. AcCoRDING to the reports which have reached us, we learn that the corn crops were a good deal beaten down by the thunder storms experienced towards the close of last week; but no rain having since fallen, and the weather
06 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL HOSPITAL.—MILITARY AMATEUR THEATRICALS.

GENERAL HOSPITAL.—MILITARY AMATEUR THEATRICALS.

I GENERAL, HOSPrTAL-JIf LITAIlY AMAATEUR I1 THE ATRICALIS. TuE dramatic entertainnnent advertised some time ago to be given for the benefit of thle General Hospital, by the non-commissioned officers and privates of the Dlst Argyleshire Regiment, caine off with great eclat on Mond
21 April 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A TRIP TO LEIPZIC.—THE HAHNEMANN JUBILEE.

A TRIP TO LEIPZIC.—THE HAHNEMANN JUBILEE.

A TRIP TO LEIPZIC.-TI{E IIAHNEMANN JUBILEE. Tea following spirited description of a visit to Ger- many, undertaken for the purpose of witnessing the festival in honour of the great homncopathist, is from the pen of a gentleman connected with a very respect- able family in Dromore
13 October 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IS IT POSSIBLE TO MAINTAIN PEACE WITH RUSSIA?

IS IT POSSIBLE TO MAINTAIN PEACE WITH RUSSIA?

Is IT POSSIBLE To MAINTAIN PENCE W1IT1 IMUASIAI- LORD ABDERDEN and his party in the Cabinet. appear determined to avoid all active interference in the Russo-Tutkish quarrel, until driven thereto by the "lo-it absolute danger to the honour and interests of the nation vhose affairs
14 November 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EARL OF ABERDEEN AT THE LORD MAYOR'S DINNER.

THE EARL OF ABERDEEN AT THE LORD MAYOR'S DINNER.

THE EARI. OF ABERDEEN AT THE L)RD MAYOWS DINNER. , WEDNESDAY IIorl Mayo;r's. disx. The usual spec- tacle was folio %yed by they dintier, itt which t le Mitilo- ters, who are inl townier ?? it. The5 Earl of AugitnFieltx in resptindimiz to thle toast of hier Mrajesty's Ministers ??
14 November 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN TESTIMONY.

PRESBYTERIAN TESTIMONY.

PRESB3Y'TERIAN TESTIMONY. THlE REV. IDR. CUMMING ON TIIE TEACIIING Ol CARDINAL WISEMAN. A LsTerir ?? was diliverd oin T'hirodav, in the ITinver- square Itromis, hy teice.c Dl. Cerisniirje of lieScitis' Chutrchl, Drury Lane, Loilnor, Lo slhow that " The Teachling of Cardi- nal Wis
12 November 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A. GUINNE1SS, SON, AND CO., XXX, XX, & X PORTER. A. CAM PB3E LL ANI/CO.j (Brelvers to her ilfajesty, Edisbtfh), BIIILD AND PALE ALES ANI T BLE BEER. CLYDE BOTTLE WORK COMPANY WINE, I1X 'PIU ANL D Otw flH flOTTLES. rpllE SUBSCRIBER (lesies to intimate to his Friends 1. an(d tic Tr
12 November 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PETTY SESSIONS COURT.

BELFAST PETTY SESSIONS COURT.

F B ID A Y. Patrick Dealin, an old man, was charged by a young married woman, named Eliza Galbraith, with an assault with criminal intent. Mrs. Galbraith said that, on Thursday night, Devlin came into her room, and having ascertained that her husband was i.i an adjoining apartme
05 May 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS'COURT-DUBLIN,FRIDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS'COURT-DUBLIN,FRIDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORq'COURT-DUB3LN,FRIDAY. (Before Commissioners CURRA-N and BALDWIN.) Its tihe Platter of Dorotheha 3ifitclrell, ant irrsolient. MRt. CLEMENTS moved the court, on behalf of the R1ev. Dr. Coolke, of Belfast, who was surety for the insolvent, to show cause to prevent t
05 May 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Army and Navy.

The Army and Navy.

'EV frng antf paby. The 91st Regiment has received orders to hold themselves in readiness for Cork. The 3rd Depot, stationed at Naas, are under similar orders for Lime- rick. T s. 6ST11 D EPOT.-We learn that the 68th Depot, now quartered in Newry, have received ?? to hold themsel
17 April 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland