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PRINCE ALBERT'S VISIT TO THE FRENCH EMPEROR.

PRINCE ALBERT'S VISIT TO THE FRENCH EMPEROR.

PRINCE ALBERT'S VISIT T' THE 'TENCH EMpEI OPI . -, ?? , i I ?? -IE E;o-B4.i.TLE ,AT ifAlRQIS- s . .OLULOGONXE, SPT. 9. -The lon g-epected shamn fight at length came 'off on Eriday,'at Msirinise, a :smrall towlvn on the .oad .o 'ais, and at si 9'elockxin Cnotding his majesty ~the.
13 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

9be ffiar!tts. BE L PAST. TLuirSDAY, SEPaTLMnBE}: 7 18.;f. I ?? couhirties Very liSe, and the harvest progresscs Farmers' supplies of old Wheat and. Oats very tridinr and wily a few lots of' new, for which 1is to I2s wa,,s rpaid fur the former, and S ti Us for thie latter. New (l
08 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

13oCtru. 31 T S I C. 31:5w spokc'n, 3Music broken. By the rush dn of a ciii; What is this hut what doth enter Iato everv heart's deep centre, And doth all witil ?? fill? Music wal;ing. M1usic talking, Fromn the breezes of their joy; What is this but vwhat dothl murmur, ?? aintlie
20 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRAWLING IN BELFAST LOUGH.

TRAWLING IN BELFAST LOUGH.

TRAWLING IN BELFAST LOUGHf. SrVRAL representations having been made to our ex- cellent M-ayor, that the bye-law prohibiting trawling in the Lough was not carried into e(7ect, hle addressed a communicattoti to the Board of Public Works on the subject, and received the following re
27 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS IN ULSTER.

FAIRS IN ULSTER.

F2AIRS IN ULSTIRi. I Cerrr 2,VT~i\ -hr ?? 1uclax-. S~llbr2S. C i-I' -lii- ?? -I~ ~ ~~(I a 1,2>. .2. Fto 2:1)l ?? . I lL. t22 CocI>I ?? 22cl' 2*. ~27~ I r1fclt 1,12 .2 1 c 112r.1 02 2 l n ...221 1o-Nr YmtI;IANA -r 1,.l 22E1t'.lI~ii.irhl)i~i~vlc~i212. 'II ediyeslan.- clr~kl CoT-.x-
22 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BREAD QUESTION.

THE BREAD QUESTION.

As wve noticed in our last, the prospect of a more than average harvest has caused a rapid and extensive decline in the price of cereal products. This fact has very naturally excited, among classes of people who do not understand, or who cannot wait to be taught, the principles
13 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TRADE REPORTS.

BELFAST TRADE REPORTS.

1 MONDAY. -Our market continues to be scantily sup- plied by farmers. The new wheat which has appeared us yet is not of good quality. Oats prime, but soft. New wheat brought 9s Gd to ]Is 3d; new oats, Ss to Os; and new oatmeal, I6s to 3Ids Gdperew-t. In foreign grain there has be
13 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROMISH ILLEGAL MARRIAGES.

ROMISH ILLEGAL MARRIAGES.

: WEr bave been amply confirmed in the observations made by us, in our last, in reference to the illegal marriages celebrated, or, rather, uncelebrated, hy Romish priests in this country and in the sister island, by several cominunications which have reaclhed us within the last
06 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ARNROTT ANDO COMPANY 25EG To ASNNOUNCsCr TnUAT THTEID ALTER TION-S WILL BE COMPLETFID BY FIrIDAYt TrR STR JSSTdXT, On which day they -will Show0 N EW AUTUTM.N GCOOCDS, Iy, rvrryr DEP ARTMENT. 2597 - oIsU GUARDS, ?? August, 1854. M4~xrlson-rrrM.* The Queen having beern pleased to
06 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
APPLICATION OF REFUSE OF TOWNS— LIQUIFIED MANURE FARMS.

APPLICATION OF REFUSE OF TOWNS— LIQUIFIED MANURE FARMS.

APPLICATION OF }lEITSE OF TOWNS- INQUIFIED MAN URE FARMS. IN a-eferoixce to the proceedlings at the recent meetino- of te Lierpol ad MncheterAgricultural. Society, an o n of thle important topics of uicaintee Iwe have been favoured with the following' infor1mation,; whichl wve be
18 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland