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S A L E T 0-M 0 RR 0 W. HOUS$EHOLD FURNITURE, Cl-HIMINEY G(LASS, PIANOFORTES, &c. To be Sold by AUCTION, oln WEDNESDAY, 14th December, at the AUCTION MART, No, 8, Waring Street, at Eleven o'clock, i O USEJHOLD FURNITURE, consieting of Mahogany Enclosed Pedestal Sideboard; Dinner
13 December 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

I [BY DUAGNIITIC TFLEGRAPE.J AMEBRIAN AFFAIRS. London, Monday. The Globe remarks that Hood is evidently playing a game nearly as bold as that of Sherman. Accord- ing to reports, he has succeeded in breaking into the triangle of forts designed to protect the railway from Chattanoo
13 December 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRAND FIELD DAY AT THE CURRAGH.

GRAND FIELD DAY AT THE CURRAGH.

ON.E of the most magniflcent sights that has taken place for some time on the Curragh was witnessed on Wednesday. The regiments assembled on their pri- vate parades at 9.20. The " enemy" was composed of the 4th Hussars and one battery of Royal Artil- lery, in stable dress; one c
21 August 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INQUEST AT LISBURN.

INQUEST AT LISBURN.

INQ UEST AT LISBUBN. YesTERDAY afternoon an inquest was hrM tit. the Workhouse, Lisburn, before J. I. JACICaUc., Zb., Coroner, on the body of an infant child named Robt. Henry Gray, who died the prev'ous evening, it was alleged, from neglect and starvation. J. J. Bichard. son, Es
15 October 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

| THE following statement was read by the Bishop of AN Downu and Connor and Dromore on behalf of the cow deputation which presented the subjoined memorial, some days since, to his Excellency the Lord Lieu- witl tenant :- just "IYou arc ah-eady aware of the important move- haxI m
24 March 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

- TEIE following is the text of President Lincoln's Message to Congress, a telegraphic summary of which has Ween already published:- - "IFellow-citizens of the Senate and House of Be- presentatives-I recommend the adoption of a joint resolution by your honorable bodies which sha
24 March 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

uo C rebp £rnh?etlte. THE WIEON OF THE WILLIUM. TO TUE EDITOR OF TL1U ]ELFART NEWS-LETTER. Set-Ia a paragraph in Wednesday's Nrws- LETTES it is stated that the William, of Belfast, wrecked.uear Bnngor, was fully insured. Now, this is an error, There was not one penny of insurance
17 March 1864 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPORTS ON RAILWAY BILLS.

REPORTS ON RAILWAY BILLS.

(FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON THE BANBRIDGE JUNCTION RAILWAY BILL. Mr. Massey reported from the Committee on the Banbridge Junction Railway Bill:- That a report from the Board of Trade was re- ferred to the committee and considered by them. That a
21 May 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

lzte Drmeg IRISH SALMON FISHERIES. [FROe Tone TIMES.] To-DAT Mr. MIMahon proposes to proceed with his Bill for improving the Irish Salmon Fisheries. On this subject we can but say that it would he a thou- sand pities if any irreconcilable conflict of interests should prevent Irel
27 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

0InpjI1 m la ?? . (BtlleuleitIi to Telesgrphic S9tmulary.) HO USE OF COMMONS-WVfDNESDAY. . tm111IeAGES (InREIAND) BfTin ON the motion for going into committee on this Bill, yosterdhay, Mr. BUTT said that, although he entertained serious objections to the measure, he should not op
25 April 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland