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Commercial.

Commercial.

ontntuerrial[ WEEKLY TMARKET NOTE. DlAWY' UP r Y A CONuIMITT'rc OF TILE LINEN TntADS., USDK)F TnlE SANCTION OF TUE BELFAST CILAMliSEIt OF CONt- M.E~RCKz. Belf'ast, Friday Evening, 15th Dec., 1854. Flax-The supply and demrandi, in country markets, both continue pretty steady, but,
18 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

MEETING OF THE HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

MEETING OF THE HABUIOUR COMEIS- SIONERS. Trtr ordinary meeting of tho Harbour Commissioners was held yesterday, in the Eoard-Rooml-John Harri- ?? tle chair. There were present Willian Pirrie, Esq.; John Harrison, Esq.; John Clarke, Esq.; Gustavus FHeyn, Esq.; Robert Henderson, Es
06 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. (From the Times' Special Caonesponsdent.) Camp before Sebastopol, Nov. 25. Although it may be dangerous to communicate facts likely to be of service to the Russians, it is certainly hazardous to conceal the truth from the English people. They mast know,
20 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SHUTTING OF THE GATES OF DERRY.

THE SHUTTING OF THE GATES OF DERRY.

2 ?? A Cuwrl:sPo,4)r:NsT.] IMONAYV, DEc. 18.-As soon as our town clock had tolled forth the hour of twelve on Sunday night, a slis- charge of cannonr frorn the city ramparts ?? the 1iGLIr anniversary of the cver-inenmorablc event of tihe closing the gates of i)erry by thre 'Pren
20 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATRIOTIC FUND.

PATRIOTIC FUND.

PATRIGTIC FUND. U3 USTlNG AT B.ALYCASTLE. Ott Wednesday last, a public meeting was held in the Court-ho0use, Ballyeastie, for the purpose of carrying out the ifstractious of her Majestr with respect to the Patriotic Fund. The following gentlemen were pro- ?? M'Gildowny, Esq., Fra
11 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Law.

Law.

1- ?t j' I L ah , ?? ? ?? ?? . ? I . I.I.. ?i COtTRT- -OF CR4NCERYX Dunri, Wnorzsosr 4IE, tbechqre, o Lndesds.rryv. As ~w.Uh~frques oy }; thlis rmcet y p astdj r"he, .havial 'eerta~n U ats cardted ra noeffect Rin celaobtio:ft derras% fo ,jeitus'e, :youngerelifregn'c portsorrs t g
08 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPENING OF THE FRENCH LEGISLATURE.

OPENING OF THE FRENCH LEGISLATURE.

OPENING OF T'iE FPENCII LEGISLATURE. SPIZECK 01 THEll 31L1101. PARIS,, IDee. 2(3, 185-1- The folio;xrng speech was daliv~nred this dlav by3 th e Emplerojr, at thle opening- of the Legishttive Session of- Mtt"SSitS. ii SrnEN~Uiis ?? DeiPiT'rR .SIInco we lest met, great events harv
29 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRIDAY'S LONDON NEWS.

FRIDAY'S LONDON NEWS.

FRIDAf'S LONDON NEWS. LaY MAGNETIC TELUSUitfPl.] LATEST NEWS FROML THE CRIMEA. There is scarcely a single ?? of interest in the news received up to the present time. A correspondent of the Vienna Fremnden etl ujour- nal usuallv so very favourable to Russia, adds that a train of s
11 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT AMENDMENT (IRELAND).

COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT AMENDMENT (IRELAND).

COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT AMEND. MENT (IRELAND). A _ - . . . - I I I _ A Blll to extend to Ireland the Provisions of the Eighteenth Section of the Common Law Procedure Act, 1854. (Prepared and brought in by Mr. Isaac Butt and Mr. Napier.) The preamble recites--` Whereas it is expe
27 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS DAY IN TOWN.

CHRISTMAS DAY IN TOWN.

CHIRiST3M'AS DAY IN TOWN. Tins day of general festivity inl Belfast, passed ever mucli as usual, with the exception' that the~re seemed to he more fire arms dischargzed, and fewer persons inebriatedl to be dischiarged, than on manyi previous occasions. 'rho practice of iceeping u
27 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland