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FATHER GAVAZZI'S THIRTEENTH ORATION.

FATHER GAVAZZI'S THIRTEENTH ORATION.

FATHIERGAVAZZI'S TIHIRTEENTH ORATION. UCLEaICAL PINmACa IN TALTY." Tim suliject of our eloquent patriot's address on Sunlday last involved such a multiplicity of local details and allusions to strictly national usages, that the greater portion of what he said would require explan
02 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROCLAMATION OF SIX TOWNLANDS IN THE COUNTY DOWN.

PROCLAMATION OF SIX TOWNLANDS IN THE COUNTY DOWN.

WE are greatly pained to learn, by an announcement in an extraordinary number of the Dublin Gazette, that it has been considered necessary to apply the provisions of the "Crime and Outrage Act" to a por- tion of the peaceable, prosperous, and contented County of Down. We use the
02 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

BY BXPRESS. LATEST LIVERPOOL MARKETS. Liverpool, Tuesday, One o'Clock, P.m. The weather since Friday has been variable, accompanied with very heavy rains, which have done much good to the green crops. The imports and exports since Friday have been as' follows IMsPoRTs From Irelan
11 June 1851 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

T . -- . A- A _. _.n . . _ WA . . . - LONDON, MONDAY.-The market for Public Securities continues immovable, Consols both for money and the ac- count having been done at 97 i and 98, the Three per Cents, Reduced 97* 4, the Three-and-a-Quarter per Cents. 98i i Bank Stock 211: and
11 June 1851 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

- " aiP D . . . - I I , . I . r AHE IStAMBLBER.-L;ondS : Burns and Lambert; Dublin: Gerald Bellew. The June number of this excellent periodical I contains a remarkable article entitled " Ireland's duty to England," the principal object of which is to show to English Catholics tha
11 June 1851 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE—MONDAY.

LONDON POLICE—MONDAY.

LONDON POLICE-MONDAY. I MANsIrO-OSousL"Joseph Ady (of unclaimed, dividend notoriety) appeared before the Lord Mayor to answer the I complaint of Mr. Peacock, the solicitor to the Post-office, I for non-payment of the sum of 171. 15s. due to the Queen for l the postage of letters.
11 June 1851 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND.

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND.

CATHtOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND. The Rev. Dr. Cuopor acknowledges to have received the following sums for the above purpose yesterday From the Very Rev. J. Curtis, S.J., on behalf of the Society of Jesus ?? ?? £50 0 0 From the parish of Clontarf, per the Rev. C. Rooney, P.P :_ An
22 March 1851 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland