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SHIPPING. RQTTERDAI AND BLFAST, REGULARLY -nYroRTEEN DAYS. rpy¶ly nib--L SC0R EW STEAmERS,r i GENE~- L LEE, of Dublin, Captain Wj0orot , ,03 gn hurtheta; VARTEY, of Dohin sri aER, 70 Tons borthen, are in- tendedt ev Dclw S F R~ ROT T EPiDA1M'.s (iC-"erAl Lcee, on FRID)AY, Februar
10 February 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

LBz TLEOGBAPH.- MkNCHESTER BETTINaG-YESTEnDAY. LINCOLN AUNDICAP. 10 to 1 agst Mephistophles, taken freely. 20 to I - Treasure Trove, taken. 25 to 1 - Historian, taken 33 to I - Wild Bee, taken LIVERPOOL STEEPLECEASE. 103 to 6 agst Laura, taken 20 to 1 - Innellan, taken 25 to 1 -
10 February 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

zhc ,zelfast lluiu ,-" tfter. ~4 - _, (ESTABTLSHED ANfNO 1737.) BELFAST: FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1iG6. . T House of Lords met vesLerdty, but the at- teoidance of peers was not numerous. During the fifteen minutes devoted to the sitting, Earl Ru.Issell moved the further postponement of pu
06 July 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSO.10N- YSEDLA ?.D mnorn-in-i. at ten o. TCli. p >cslv- J1iN-. R.STrNi;S OTWAY, Esq., QV., touk II;s scat i the Crown CouTt, and procctde 1 with the U1,i- Bl %LL NF>> JUAiN OiiS ON -i[ to 3 tAED. The hearing o, this case, Nvihi i stood adjournled --ia, - amn Te
06 July 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE FIRE AT COMPTON HOUSE, LIVERPOOL.

THE LATE FIRE AT COMPTON HOUSE, LIVERPOOL.

THE LATE FIRE AT COMPTON HOUSE, ILIVERPOOL. DETECION OF THE INCENDIARY. e CONSWDERABLE excitement was caused in Liverpool, a on Saturday, by the statement that positive infor- mation had been obtained leading to the detection 1 of the person who had set fire to Compton House, e t
06 June 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLERAINE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

COLERAINE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

COLERAINFE BOAFID OF GUAEDIA'NS. I [|wROi A CORllE;PONDiLo .3 I O Tnie usual weekly mneeting of this Board wvas held 0 on Saturday last, under the presidency of Sir H. U H. Bliuc-, Bart., M.P. There was a good attend. C ance of Guardians. Besides the ordinary routine business, th
17 December 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

AM A R K E T' S. IRI SH. ;tBELFA ST.%MAP KETS-STCP.DAY.7,1 DOROtU(IH MARKEr0MOFCIAL PRTh1`.. Pe e' 0d ! '0 0'tI.N ,Per~. . ?. 1'.u'ij .S .3 Whecyt, re..bO 'O 10 p Dao elkatins,0t 4 I' ll'.of: Crlb, 3.. lio7O1' u . 1 0-2r 0, 3 V'r, ja ?D ApU.pici 140 Q-t 3 Trowx, p-r On 32 0-6 0 '
19 November 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

Ol ? z I i ?Mfad - Ii (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELF As T: MIONDAY, JUNE 18, 1866. UNDER the heading, " The War in Europe," we I elsewhere print a number of telegrams giving interesting details relative to the progress of events in Germany. Prussian troops have now entered Hanover
18 June 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

[ax TBaGaxaa.J RESW&LETEn OFFyICE, Thvnesdcsly Morning. THE CONTINENTAL CRISIS. TIlE PROPOSED CONGRwESS. The Post publishes the following telegram:- "IPARIS, MNoDAy NIGIT.-It iS definitely arranged that the representatives of France, England, and Russia, on the one side, and Aus
23 May 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND.

EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND.

EMIGRATION' TO QUEENSLAN-D. LECTURE IN- THLE V WICTOA EALL. LAST evening, Henry Jordan, F;s , Agent-General r for Emigration and Commissioner of the Queens- land Government, and formerly a nieinbcr of the Legislative Assembly of the new colony, gave the t first of two lectures wh
24 October 1866 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland