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THE FRENCH TREATY AND THE LINEN TRADE

THE FRENCH TREATY AND THE LINEN TRADE

THE FRENCH TREATY AND THE LINEN ThADE WE refer our readers to tile very important letti from Mr. John Mulholland, read at the Chamber ,f Commerce on SMurday, and in which the pieserg position of the linen trade, as affected by tile treaty of commierce, is very clearly detailed. M
23 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE EDUCATION QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. Sin-Ilaving read in your invaluable journal the report of the Church Education Society, held in the Rotundo, Dublin, last week, a portion of that report reads thus:-" The solemn question has to be decided whether
23 April 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

inlt-s bil al tol SALE T1IS DAY. CONSIGNMENT OF ITALIAN SCULPTURE BY AUCTION. To be Sold by AUJTLON, on THURSDAY, 15th August, and two followin- Davs. at Twelve o'clock, at the FINE ART GALLERY, No. 8, WARING STREET, CONSIGNMENT, DIRECT FROMI FLORENCE, A of magnificent SCULPTURE,
15 August 1861 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMERS—SELECTION OF A NORTHERN PORT OF CALL.

CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMERS—SELECTION OF A NORTHERN PORT OF CALL.

I CANADIAN LINE OF STEAMERS-SELECTION OF A NORTHERN PORT OF CALL. YESTmrDAY morning, at ten o'clock, a large meeting of merchants and manmfacturers was lield in the Chamber of Commerce to conier with the HpIl. Sidney Smith, Postmaster-GeneLral of Canada, on ?? sulbject of the sel
09 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANCIENT WILLS AND INVENTORIES.

ANCIENT WILLS AND INVENTORIES.

` MAKE your wills" was an injunction that does not seem to have required to be urged upon our ancestors. The reason may have been, that in the olden time the process was more easy and less costly. Thank them for it. To students of men and of manners the perusal ol ancient wills
09 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR

BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR

DRAWN UP BY A COMMITTEE OP THE LINEN TRADE, AP- POINTED UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE BELFAST CHAMBER OF COMMEIICE. Befast, Monday Evening, May 7. FLAXSEED. Stocks of now seed are now pretty nearly exhausted. The following sales have been reported: -Riga-347 barrels, at 42s to WOS p
09 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

(F1IO)1 o011 OWN CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, SATURDAY. SoIETHiNG must be dreadfully wrong over-head, or else the charming month of June would not open in this eccentric fashion. Just imagine (if you can) a dark, fogey, cold, sleety, dismal Novemberish-looking d OV on the 2nd of June
05 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

'[BY Mf AGN ET IC T EI. r GILA P II] HOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY, THrE Manchester Corporation Water Bill was read a third time, and passed. The Earl of RIPON stated that the report of the Commissioners on Military Defences would shortly be laid before Parliament. The Bank of Irelan
05 June 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

C0o31jgEBOAL INTELLIGENCCE. (Frolm tihe Correspondent of the Netws-Letter.) Belfast, Monday Evening, 13th Aug., 1860. ttg opinion gains ground in monetary circles that the time is not far distant when a highler rate for Inoney will become current. Owing to the preva- lene, of thi
14 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

LISBURN V. NORT1I OF IRELAND, ItF ericket has a sinrile enemy (and this we doubt), Friday last was a day as bad as its " worst enemy could desire." The rain fell pitilessly; however, " The North of Ireland," having won the toss, sent Messrs., A. M'Neile and J. Ewing to tile wick
14 August 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland