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REVIEW OF THE FLAX TRADE FOR THE WEEK ENDING 9TH FEBRUARY.

REVIEW OF THE FLAX TRADE FOR THE WEEK ENDING 9TH FEBRUARY.

REVIEW OF ?? FLT.X TR1ADE FOP. TTE VEErK ESNING' rat FEiIRU7ARY. [FOR T1IR N2I'WS-LETTEP..] Our. markets continue tolerably well supplied. indeed, better than many bclieved they would be by this time j-however, t here are not suchl very larcre quantities of milled flag brought fo
10 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

1The Sarlrs. B Kt L F ASr. TTtnoSI.Av FEIrucmxn,, 21. 1.954. [Fironz the Ojfflicia M1ask.Vt &iRnPs 'MAY'S GiOAiN, MARKa'.-Oate. ie ?? to 9sI It) 314per coeVt. ()aucenal, 17 4dt per dlo. I'omnc-.48s Gd to 52s 3ld pLO ltilt ilUiT'Ent.-iFirkin. lilA perllb. : crick, 114prerto. J ump
22 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH SEWED MUSLIN TRADE.

IRISH SEWED MUSLIN TRADE.

IRISH SEWED MINUSLIN TRADE. Tnr following in a copy of the memorial adopted by the Chamber of Commerce, Belfast, in reference to the Irish sewed musln trade. It has been forwarded to Lord Clarendon, and we are given to understand that a reply has been recently received, in which
15 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MITCHELISM IN AMERICA.

MITCHELISM IN AMERICA.

Wr have ever coincided in opinion with those who have asserted that democracy is the matrix of tyranny, and that the demagogues who bellow the loudest arld the fiercest against the authority which prevents liberty from degenerating into licence, are themselves at heart the abett
06 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE "MERCURY" AND MR. URQUHART.

THE "MERCURY" AND MR. URQUHART.

"-E A THE "BIERCUIRY" ANID MIR. U-RQUIFIART. OUR cotemporary of the M1fercury, laving just ven- tured a second shot at Mr. David Urquliart, has nog only missed his man, but has been knocked down by the recoil of the piece. The reader will remember that, on a late occasion, the .f
06 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

ENs ti~arhcI. 11 E LF A S T. Flulw5 ml1.3,I.4 Ti rIE slipplics of agricuiltiral prouee at th is Ilorning s mar- kI t NvLre to a fair extent, nlonivitilstalkdillg the lilicless of tlhe wather, wkhicl nlligilt th slipposed to operate as an in- d(1eeitielt to ?? to empl1py bdth men
06 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL 1,NTELLIGENCE, (Prom the COrrespondeka ?? livs-L.tter.) Besfits, SaturdLacy, Feb. Ii, 1354. ON a careful examination of our commercial advicesp we find that the opinion which in our last we stated was tolerably prevalent, has, during tihe past week, been iyori. or less
13 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. LAYARD, M.P., AND THE CITY OF LONDON.

MR. LAYARD, M.P., AND THE CITY OF LONDON.

MR. LAYARD, M.P., AN) THE CITY OF LONDON. ON Thursday, a Court of Common Council was held, for the purpose of presenting the freedom of the city of London to Mr. Austen HI-nvry Layard, D.CL.' Mr., agreeably to a resolution of the 3rd of last March. At 12 o'cloc:k AIr. Lavard, acc
13 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

. ?? j,9rrq,5- RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. (Froioi the Xio*ese& "COMPARISONS are odorous." says NLrs. ?djla.orop but the present is an age of comparisons. Youl are never permuitted to make a simple estimate, for witile xon are grasping one idea you are required to put it side by side wvit
10 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MXG'NETIC TELEGRpHj HOUSE OF LORDS-Taunsut (Yzs &T) | COUNT OrLTOgfs 2USSION. Earl FITZWILL.AMI gave notice that to-morrow, be should ask the nature of the terms which the Rus- sian negotiator at 'Vienna had offered to the German Powers. Earl GREY gave notice that at the same
10 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland