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Poetry.

Poetry.

?? xLAL! HAIL! GENTLE RAIN,. Thn.i hal! I gentle Tain, come, come again, Replenish the lawn and the lea, Moiste.l the land with thy liberal hand, And cheer every plant and tree. Comine gentle showver-, and cherish the flowers. And let them adorn the fair plain, Sprinkle the earth
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

ffa,5tion allb Farictirs. THE COURT- Tia Queen held a Privy Council on Thursday after- noon, at Buckingham Palace. It was attended by Prince Albert. Her Majesty having been -pleased to appoint the Most iHon. Henry Marquis of Anglesey to be Lord Lieutenant of the countv of Anglese
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Ztz lZar-kets. BELFAST. FletalDy, JL-NE 9, I85. Tiem supplies this morning of Grain and Wloeat were small, few farmers attending, is as usual at our market immediately following the monthly fair. During the ;week the weather has been dry; but this afternoon, we have had a few re-
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWS-LETTER OFFICE BULLETIN.

NEWS-LETTER OFFICE BULLETIN.

NE WSLLTTER OFFICE NEWNVS-LETT l.'iR OFFICE, B ELFAST, ?\IONxxY, '-TIr .TUNsV, 1]r &C crXocN, NOON. BY MACNETIC TELECRAPH. 1T H I S D AY' I S LON DO -N- fl AW S$ THE EAST. A.-SNA. SrED.\s.-At a dinner giren to the Duke of Cambridge at Constantinople, on the 30th of May, the Austr
12 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY —ANOTHER SUBMARINE CABLE.

BRITISH ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY —ANOTHER SUBMARINE CABLE.

BRITISH ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY I -ANOTHER SUOMARINE CABLE. i TuE contractor and employees ofthis company havesuc- ceeded in submerging a cable between the Scottish and Irish coasts of the North Channel, with a view to the extension of their line throughout this country. On Fr
05 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

:rt 1-3rr5 SALARIED ROXAK-4 CATHOLIC CHAPr LAINS. (Fromz the Herald.) TEE division of Monday evening gave Ministers about tile sixth or seventh signal defeat they have received since the opening of the session, nearly every one of; .-which has been on some Protestant question. Th
16 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. SERGEANT SHEE AND THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND.

MR. SERGEANT SHEE AND THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND.

MR. SERGEANT SHEE AND THE ESTAB- LISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND. THE proposition of Mr. Sergeant Shee-the leader of the forlorn hope of the tenant-leaguers of the North, andthe "curled darling" of the religious equalitarians, North, South, East and West-regarding the distri- bution of
16 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRIDAY'S LONDON NEWS.

FRIDAY'S LONDON NEWS.

(BY ASTc TatuGuAnI.). FRANCE. Pt>usn, TaunsDoA. -The fears respecting the crops, excited by the continuance of rain, has caused a con- siderable decline on our Bourse to-day. The Three- per-Cents. closed at 70f. 60c. for the end of the month. THE ANGLO-FRENCH AUXILIARY ARMY. The
19 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHORT SEA PASSAGE BETWEEN THE NORTH OF IRELAND AND SCOTLAND.

SHORT SEA PASSAGE BETWEEN THE NORTH OF IRELAND AND SCOTLAND.

SHORT SEA PASSAGE BETWEEN THE NORTH I OF] IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. A ?? meeting was held at Stranraer on 1.5th instant, in reference to the establishment of railway cornruninatiofl for connecting the North of Ireland with Deimfreis. There wore present, onl the occasionp Sir James Da
19 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPINXG INTELLIGENCE. Co sXTUNU'jII FR0OMt F:OUTH r.G, The Belfast and Glasgow IRoyal ,nail slam-npacket wvil sail hence for Glasgowv evcry cweving (suadavn eceptend), at 8 o clock prcisely. The Prince of Wales, the Princhess Alice, or the Royal Consort, will sail hence for Fle
19 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland