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The Markets.

The Markets.

Etc ffar?st,5. B E LFA ST. Tsws-snAY, Juar 27, 1854. THE wea,,ther is remarkably fine all week, and ?? descrip- ?? Of crop are making rapid progress. We arevey lttl dingin hetrau.The continered dull accounts from, thle Engligh mark]ets bare had thieeff~ct of stopping all sales of
28 July 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTH1S~ e1)ilarv 4. at A Tshfeld G1ebe. Caotellifl. the wife of the Ret-. blnmes (id31ey, of a son. Fchiruar- (, at l .tkenliaijj Vijj aiae. the *wife of the Rev Chlics i V. JX l . Af a son. I 1 5ru irs i in ChaO r lle.s $neer B(ekclle- Lqoare n dorion, thle Mar clv i (s of Ormo
10 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESENTATION TO THOMAS WAN'N, ESQ., OF THE ULSTER BANK.

PRESENTATION TO THOMAS WAN'N, ESQ., OF THE ULSTER BANK.

PRESENTATTON TO THOMAS WVAN'N, ESQ. OF THE ULSTER BANIK. Os Friday, the subscribers to the presentation to this gentleman, on the occasion of his retiring from the managership of the Ulster Bank, assembled in the Chamber of Commerce, for the purpose of presenting the address, alo
02 October 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIT TO A FLAX FACTORY.

VISIT TO A FLAX FACTORY.

INs the transmission of intelligence, and in the speed Of locomotion, the civilisation of the nineteenth century has accomplished woniders which, to those who lived in earlier ages, would heave been discredited as im- Possibilities, or accepted as miracles. The elements of tune
10 April 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

fpN z x i,. Bm-l.&sT, Jr-, F, 29-_5nd, at 3 o'ocka, r., W~eather, at S o clc P~ocm 1L Sh2%vUry. The Belfast and Gl asam Royal mail stcam -packet ?? sail hencenn for (iLaso ery e uday excetedy, at 8 o'clock lpreciselv. The Prince of Wales, the Princess Alice, or the Roval Coday et
30 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRESBYTERIANCURCHI IN IRELAND. FOURTHt DLy-~FRIDAY, JUINE 7. MOrJWG SaDrat. Tar Assembly met this rnoi nIn' at seven o'clo'ek, and imediately proceeded to thdcase 6f the pronhos;d - UNION WIITs TilE PrirsBrrsar OF MUNSTE - Dr. Coosip, after some ptelitiriary bbse
10 July 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News Letter.

The Belfast News Letter.

z,., f) 0 4,11.~ ~ ., ,6 ,, (I-ll (ESTABLISHED, AINGO 1737.) BE L FAST: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1S54. THE WAR QUESTION. TEE telegraphic summary gives a perfectly sufficient resume of the debate in ?? on Tuesday evening, on Lord Clanricardes motion for further informa- tion relative
17 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEAGUE DOINGS AT KILLINCHY.

LEAGUE DOINGS AT KILLINCHY.

LEAGUE DOINGS AT KILLTCI-NY. WE observe by reports in the local League journals that on Tuesday evening last another League spouta- tion came nit at BallOOi, Kil41ci v. Of course ttie 11ev. John Rogers. the " Rover," was there, and was the alpha and omega-the be-all and the do-al
17 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KILWARLIN AND CASTLEREAGH FARMING SOCIETY.

KILWARLIN AND CASTLEREAGH FARMING SOCIETY.

KILWARMINT AND CAST1 A Sii UU t't SOC TY. Tni: p nulglsing teattech it, coO t (Ij it the attcv four i~silhig IIid useful Sotitty took place v sl. roisy in a field belonging to Ir. JoD Nelson, of' Culkieevey, near l1ilsboroug l. T'ie weather wasi hiihly favour- able, and the groit
17 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry.

Original Poetry.

or[gilial !?Zarv. SOLITUDE. Wi.xr.-e the heart is filledl wvith sorrow, When the soul is dark with fears, 'When ve look upon to-morrow, Through the dimmllinig veil of tears, Then the spirit sadly turning from the woes of earth away, And its joys so transient spurning, Longs throu
17 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland