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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

; * ; . BIRTHS. Sept. 16, at TrAbolgan; the lady of B. B Roohe, Esq. M.P., of a dau$hter. ZSeptember 1lifis'Gsdluer's.ple, the wife of Edward udoon, Esq. df a daughter.'- " ?? ?? 14, at lslalthlCa'stle. Lady Talbot de Malabide, -'Sep~tember 18, ?? West, the ' of Edward Sullivan,
18 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORDS LYNDHURST AND CLANRICARDE AND THE WAR MEETING AT NEWCASTLE.

LORDS LYNDHURST AND CLANRICARDE AND THE WAR MEETING AT NEWCASTLE.

LORDS ~~YN~JBUB~T~ Abi OL1I ADE AN I THE ?? ?? ~~~AT NEWCASTLE. ?? i ?? . t . L __ At'the-reoent-publionmeeting held ?? se-opon.T' yne,; on the subject of the war, besides agreeing to a memorial to her Majesty urging a more ,deided and energetle girosecutionj of the hbstilitibbha
20 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

C(ivuMElRCIA INTELLIGEN''CE (Fre0r the Coes>rinrooec of ilia Notes- Letter.) j Iellast, Satulrday Eveining- 1611? Sept., 1854. Tuir weather at this particular juncture is regarded with no ordinay armoilt of Te heavy railns vhiih fell dunrig the acill v portion of the week excited
18 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-FnTr.S. [Before the MAYox and TIOM.Is VERNSR, Esq.] DISOa)aRrMV CONDUCT. Constablo Orr preferred a charge against a man. naneld 2h/ornlas Ilurrol, far being disorderly in Wine- tavern Street, on the previous evening. Rose Ann W 1`Anuey also appeared and prose
18 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF IRISH SHARES.

PRICES OF IRISH SHARES.

PRICES OF IRiSaI SITAuES. BATiS AD RAlLWA s. - -i C _ _ 1 - o XtoI z ?? &c. £: £ e to £ .£ XortherA 8lnA . ?? 1O 680 C, G 93 OI S UPster~ Bank ?? 61 58. 6 1 te 7Os O5s P'rovinlcii.l BILak ?? 1 0 L OO 50 ,, Dt 50 -Roval Bank ?? 10 50 I1 , 19 19 Ilibernian Bank ?? 25 100 S , ' 31 N
20 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE RIBBON ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE EIGHT HUNDRED PROTESTANTS—JUSTIFICATION OF THE ATROCITY BY A BELFAST LIBERAL JOURNAL.

THE LATE RIBBON ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE EIGHT HUNDRED PROTESTANTS—JUSTIFICATION OF THE ATROCITY BY A BELFAST LIBERAL JOURNAL.

TIE LATE RIBBON ATTEMPT TO ASSAS- SINATE EIGHT HIP-!NRED 'ROTES- ,TANTS - JLSTIFICATION OF . THE ATROCITY BY A BELFAST LIBERAL JOURNAL. 'IBvE= Mwe published, in our paper of AMonday last, the details of the horrible conspiracy to destroy tle Ennis- killen Protestant excursionists
20 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

UtE fIrhbtc. B3ELIFAS T. ri'ornzm the Oflcitatt 21Jt-A'., kgopsr,!. MrAyv .i MAS:KI-:'S-'VIIP-a1 ?? (iI tl IS Cd po(er (r-t. ; Oats. 7sl li ti 9 SI ier di. "o1'_19. li tsP 48s tirl por ]211,S. .sU Tt''l;j \J'hite I irkiml. ]Iis tir, !f ;srr 15: Firkin Ia ?? 01J2 Ir lb; - Greei lt
20 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHRIST CHURCH PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

CHRIST CHURCH PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

CHRIST CiIUR CH P RO TESTANT A S SO CIA T I to Tat: m onthl. mense.i. of this association was held in the Christ Church Mission-room, on Tiurseday eren- ing, Sept. 14th. at eight o'clock, the Preside *, Roy. Dr. Drew. in the chai. Afteer prayer and reading of Holy Scripture, the
15 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL HOSPITAL.

THE GENERAL HOSPITAL.

TH.E GENTERAL- .OSPI AL. _ -. 11 - . - .. a. ?? IT willi be observed, by the report, which we in-sert elsewhere, of the proceedillgs at lie annual metiugi of -the subscribers to this institttion, IaeLldyesterday, that what mar be termed the new Constitution Of' the hlos. pital, u
15 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Earl of Aberdeen and his son Lord Haddo, with Lady Haddo, arrived at Southampton on Wednesday from London by

The Earl of Aberdeen and his son Lord Haddo, with Lady Haddo, arrived at Southampton on Wednesday from London by

The Earl Aberdeen and bis sou Lord Haddo, with Lady Haddo, arrived at Southampton on Wednesday from London by rail, and alighted at Matchatn'a Hotel. Lord Haddo is going to Alexandria, in the Egyptian frigate yacht Gehaad, which left Southampton on Friday. Hia lordahip being in i
18 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland