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BELFAST POLICE COURT—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-FTIDAY. '[Before W. S. Tavcr, Esq., R.M., Dr. 3I'GEs, and H. T. HIfoziNSOts, Esq.] A YOUNG TilsE.!. Ellela WAite, a very young girl, was brought up be- trre the Bednch on a charge of stealing some clothes ;from arhedge, in the performance of wch she fas obser
08 May 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BALTIC.

THE BALTIC.

Coperxs-reoa-a, A api 28, 15t"10 passing through Denmark, on a commission which has taken me into several districts of that kingdom, I have been enabled to collect some considerable amount of information ex- pressive of the feeling of the Danes towards England, and also their op
08 May 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—TUESDAY (YESTERDAY).

HOUSE OF LORDS—TUESDAY (YESTERDAY).

HIOUSE OF LORDS-TuEsDAY (YCSTERfDAY). Lord CAMPBELL moved the second reading of the Unautborised Negotiation Bill. lie referred to the law in thq United States on this subject, but said that it was not his intention that the crime should be punished so severely as in that country
10 May 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Utz Ithsts. B E L F A S T. Tl FSnaci-, MAY 9, 1854. ?? fie ofniciftl Mark e't Ret'n-ns.1 MA Y'S GiRAtiN MAThIl-T.W-1llat. redl. I (s 3ld per cVt. Oats. Sfs 10di p(er do. ; lnans. 9s Iii It-r do. 4T'ilK.-47i ('it to .i>s f1 rper' 11; ?? v hit'cFirafin, lid to HIdI per lb. : Fir::n
10 May 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

T~fRBIAL7ALAMN. 'hi lrhps ' i ~nb , ?? a'fv ?? ''lock, ith) ,e, Lor Ch, liw reply to a questio fxifthe Marqtui of CLAulRl ARDE, assrto hetheri. nlormation justd ,be5 reeived re- tpeitingthea bombgadmeflt6ff Odetsap-'.t:d 'The Earl of CLABENDON had geat satibfadoo in nn- r swerig
08 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HORTICULTURE.

HORTICULTURE.

. - - I FLOwsEI GARDEN AND SHRUBBEBIEs.-Hardy annuals must be sown at once, covering them lightly with fine soil; stocks, pentatemons, antirrbinuuis, hollyhocks, &c., that have been properly hardened off, should be planted where they are to bloom, as, also, any remaining stock o
11 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

i ,- IR ?? ' i: AC6+ t xs; MADE :. " !- . ?? I . a - . _ii - alt - t. I - The usual fortnightly ,meeting 6U the members of this MU-. atintwas held last ?? the: yoelety 'a houe .>BDawo- Captain t, ?? t cletlr. The miintes of the last mneetiig Chavingibeen read and con-n The lev. D
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

The Crops in every direction present a most healthy and luxuriant appearance, owing to the late rains.-raum Herald. The potato crop in the locality of Dingle is in a forward state, and promises an abundant retura; though in some parts the crop has suffered partially from the lat
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

{ A do.-- ?? FiAIS. __ _ . .- I Athenry fair, held on Friday, was unusually large in the supply of stoek. Black cattle were in brisk demand, and brought high and exceedingly remunerating prices; bau sheep were considerably on the ?? Hermed. The fair of Elphin, hold on Wednesday,
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COAMMRCIAL - ?? i Busmess affairs have been jtol lt steady this week- In -Shares 'vey little has been done, butprices ?? a good bnmi- ness has been done in several leading art-stes, ' prices are in geneal9 *ellitainte Consu4p.- tion ef the chief i mports i8 gcaod, and tie Ctstozi
08 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland