BELFAST POlCEL COURT-WDNaA, . 13efore WV. S. Tiucr, Esq., 1L.J NOVEL CASF. Jaes- Yqe-rn% and AIfi-haeFi Tfart, two little boys who had been wvorkers in Mjr. Craig's mill, Falls Road, wore brought up, and charged with inserting a piece of an iron bolt into the gearinlg of a lwheel
ADDRESS AND PRESNTATION. ON Wednesday evenilng last, the members of the Pres.- byterian congregationl of lRedroek, arid a number of the neighbouring- ministers, met at a soiree in tile Meet- inghioese of that place, for the purpose of presenting a beautiful and costly service of
LnzmmtarciaT. M4ANCIIESTER, OCT. 31.-The cloth marketis exceed- ingly flat and discouraging,. Prices continue to de- cline, and there is mtuch irregularity, those who cannot hold their goods manifesting much uneasiness. More attention is directedt every day to the propriety of cu
Tiss memories of boyhood will revert to the frightful narrative of the "raft of the fedtsase" when the fol- lowing parallel looks their sympathies. Peter M'Cabe, passenger of the Arctic, thus describes the sufferings of the party on board the raft from which he was taken: -" I s
Os Saturday night a banquet was given to Lord John Russell, the Lord President of the Council, by the members of the corporation and the magistracy of Bristol, at the Merchants' Hall, and was on a scale of splkndour worthy of the ancient renown of Bristol. No bygone hospitalitie
L TEEST XIWTELLIGTGE};J,. YESTERDAYS LONDON ;NEWS. [BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.3 THE SIEGE SEA STOPOL. ALLECGED SUCCESSFiL SOR-TIE OF TIE RUSSIANS, AND CAPTURE OF LORD DUNSi'ELLIN. BERL>IN, OCT. 30, 1]554. A Russinn despatch, dated St. Petersburg, 2Sth October, and purporting to bring
October 23, at York' Terrer, Evcrtmrc, Liverpool. the Vife of Marcus Mt'nauulnd. Esq.. of a daughter. October I2G. the *wife of the Rev. Gilbert Jamison. of Glastrv, of a daughter. October 3I, at Brighton, the Countess of Danley. of a daughter. Noveml er 2, at Besboroglig Avenue,
: . . 1. NATAL INTELLIGENCE. Tbe following appointmenta have been mafde: Paymasters G eorge Penfold (1851),5'recently serving as .clerk to the Virtoryflagehip at Portsmouthl, to the Tartar,' 20, screw steam corvette, at Chatham; Jhn d Parminto (1850), to the Esk, 20, screw stesm
02 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
I' In - X 7 DUBLIN: iONDAX, NOVEMBER X; 1B U; lehgth "relieve "bya1tlt henlnt1-4 Iie e. n a des>patch: WCoaitihf of the thi - the Bitish ot Commnicates ?? very importsat fat. wlh 'wl ed ei le, pulic mid nd oretafewisersnain , h The Rtussian rdepthepswee taltogether fle iie true.
06 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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01 November 1854 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland