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OUR LONDON LFTTER.

OUR LONDON LFTTER.

bilL LONDON LVI3TER, bit (11111 i"VILCIAL WIRE Ti Naws-Lsi-r'rsg Oncz, te 1 61, Frem' STIlEFT, ER., WEt IiSDAY NmssT. 3iig gi-cat deft-at which Sir Eceerd War-kin sue- too-ti in the Noose it! Goiniuonst&day in regard ? TI iij?i Itliannel 'Di total Bill vet largely owing to ho' I-
28 June 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCII ,, a ,#UNXTTED STATECS. CoNVInSTIoN OF THE NORTHX AND SOUTH PnalDsnv'rof~ CHRCH~.a- On a recent date the 'Southern Assembly of the ' Presbyterian Church adjbsfi-ed its m~eeting> in Baltimore to join with the Ndr~thefn General Assembly of the Presby.- teri
28 June 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

?? LONDON T LETTER. BY OU SPEXcrAL WIRE. NESs-LETTEBR OrFicE. ;69, FLEET STILEET, E.C., THRUJSDAYNIGUT. A nussoun to the effect that the Whitechapel assassin had been arrested was clirculated in the course of the day. The news wasl too good to be true. The police liberated from c
05 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEN UNITED KINGDOM ALLIANCE.

TEN UNITED KINGDOM ALLIANCE.

T*EN UNITMD KINGDOM ALIANCE, I I ANNUAL MEETING. SPECIAL TILEUGAM. M1fcgrisrxa, TlsDAY.n-The annual meeting of the United Kingdom Alliance was held here to- daoy. Sir Wilfric Lawson, .P., presided over the meeting of the general coufidil. which was attended by a large gathering o
10 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TERRIBLE COLLISION AT SEA.

TERRIBLE COLLISION AT SEA.

I TWEwNTY-FOUR LIV'ES LOST, |a Lo:Xnox, MoNDAY.-The Central N ews Dover correspondent ?? steam tng ?? Rose arrived hero early this mlorning, bringing news of a terrible collision which occurred the previousE evening in the channecl, and resulted in the loss of no f~ewer than twen
05 February 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CLEVER CAPTURE.

A CLEVER CAPTURE.

ON 1 2th October Jnst the roomt occuapied by Colonel Clemnents in the Rloyal Mlarine Hlotel, KSinga~towna, was entered in his absence, and a considerable amouant of property stolen therefromn. A meorocco leather desp~atch box wans a valuablel find for the thief as it containled
05 February 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NEl5\T C'tUTTElR */ Sy .IO.W IHt ?? .| Iei'd that 7 agcg I vd ,It q t t ' 1;,ui/ .i a1 ,,f to rq *g.riv c ,. i t i tm, M ei .. . rali../,ltr*mt. ,.io ,i/a A(l)DZ'I'ION AL ' I Ii t. I ?? 1, im nr ite,, / Ii oai i, ?? FR2ANCIS CUBLEY. 89 T T1 E LADIES' EMPOR1IUM. SPRIN-G FASHIONTS.
09 March 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATrI OF THE REV. ISAAC NELSON. y IT is our duty to record to-day the death of the :o Rev. Isaac Nelson, senior minister of Cliftonville is Presbytorian Church, which took place at an early Is hor yesterday morning, at his late residence, I. Sugarfield House, Shankhill Road. Mr.
09 March 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT SALT COMBINATION.

THE GREAT SALT COMBINATION.

THE GREAT SALT COMBINATION, FROM THE TIMES. THaE acquisition by a, syndicate of capitalists of the chief salt mines and workings in Great Britain with a view of controlling production and raising the price of salt, is the latest and: on the whole, perhaps, the most objectionable
16 October 1888 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAUNCHING OF VESSELS.

THE LAUNCHING OF VESSELS.

THE LAUNIOING OF VESSELS. Tois subject, to which Mr. Alfaed Jafd, J.P., re- cently gave some prominence, has been attracting the attention of the Harbour Commissioners. The necessity of having some well-defined rules in ope- ration for the control of the river traffic before vess
03 April 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland