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THE RECENT MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION ASSOCIATION.

THE RECENT MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION ASSOCIATION.

THE RECENT MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE I , REGISTRATION ASSOCIATION. l THE ?? is a falI report of Mr. Whiteside's speech at the recent demonstration:- Alil. WhITslDr Io in ripl'inhg to the toast of "The House of Commdiis," which had been proposed by Mr. Merewbther, Q.C., spoke as
04 July 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH EDUCATION SOCIETY.

THE CHURCH EDUCATION SOCIETY.

TIIE CHURIICH EDUCATION SOCIETY. WVs yesterday gave a frull repo(rlt of the proceedings at the mectirng of the Church Education Society, from our reporter, rip to the close of tile Bishop of Cashel's specch. The following is n report of the conciidinig part of tilh proceedlinigs.
14 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION.

FASHION.

THE COURT. ROYAL. PAVILION, ALDERSIHOTT CAiiS._WrEDXNS- ?? APRIL 11.-Tho Queen's dinnecr-party yesterday included the Princess Alice, Prince Alfred, Princess Loiningen Prince Edward of Sexe Weiinar, and Lieut.-Geiieral Knollys. This morning at 11 o'clock her Majestv left the pav
14 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

E'NGLL I~~ii ALUIKxllKv': [BY MLGNETIC TPLEtGRAilAl;] LONDON CORN MARIET-At'itim, ?? Weather wet. Sapplies SinZail oL)' Wil'.it aid barluy; of oats liberal. Attedllalce o i ?? - bolderi of wheat are not disposed to seI l Utl, 1 advIlec. B1rley, iroml scarcity, dleialiis Is Swedis
14 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WRECK OF THE MALABAR.

THE WRECK OF THE MALABAR.

ITHE WRECK 'OF THIE' AIALABAR. A LETTER in thle Times from Galol, dated Mlay 20, describes this important disaster. The weather had been intensely hot In Ceylon for some time before, and on Sunday, the ,20th, the South-West monsoon burst 'witlv gleat fury. Th ` Smile, with Lord E
30 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW OF THE KILLYLEAGH, KILLINCHY, KILMOOD, AND TULLYNAKILL FARMING SOCIETY.

ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW OF THE KILLYLEAGH, KILLINCHY, KILMOOD, AND TULLYNAKILL FARMING SOCIETY.

ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW OF THE KILLYLEAGI, II KILLINCHY, KILMOOD, AND TULLYNAKILL l FARMING SOCIETY. ON Tuesday last, the Annual Cattle Show in con- nexion with this Farming Society ?? hel0d at Killinchy. The attendanco was very fair Although the supply of ?? was not very large, as fa
30 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

SPORTIY;G. [BY MAGNETIC TELiEGR'APHi.] WORCESTER RACES-YiEsTERDAY. (Specially pnrealrecdfor the 73e7Bfast Areivs-Lettei.) A HANI)IOAP of D SOvS each, with 25 added, for all Ilages; winnrs alfter October IG, 71b extra. 0DC mile. 22 subs. Ripon, ?? ?? .. Watersprite. .. ?? ?? .. ??
31 October 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THI-IS E V ENI NG. AMR. RAREY XVILL D EL I V E R IIIS LAST PRACTICAl EXPOSITION ON IlORUSE-TAMING, IN BELFAST, '[HIS (TIUlISDAY) EVENING, AT T17E CIRCUS, I1lCTORIA STREE'T, BEL PAST. Donrs Open at Seven. Deionstration to coin ienco at lialtf-past Seven o'clock. MR. RAREY HAS RECE
03 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLIS.LI MARK E'TS. LONDON, MONDAY, APRIL 30.-Go-ain-We had a moderate supply of English wheat at market this morning, and the show of foreign samples was not large. The complete change of the weather caused the trade to be inactive, and the English supply had to be sold at Is p
03 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REMOVAL OF IRISH POOR—COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

REMOVAL OF IRISH POOR—COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

REMOVAL OF IRISH POOR-COMMIITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, FRIDAY.-The Select Committee on Ir- removeable Poor met to-day at half-past twelve o'clock. The following honorable members were present-Mr. VILLIERS, President of the Poor-law Board, Chairman; Sir i. Grogan, .tln
19 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland