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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

By.T, It'sm INI'RELItGENO Wind- N .E A IMED AT' THIfS TOUT ON THJ 16TH AIlqD 17TH INST. The as sdelaide, Bantin, from Fort Willlam, Thh g i'rpt0t Jones, from Fort Madoo, with Glates. The Eoltpse, RoDgerr, from London, with erment and sisrob. The Mary RUmzabth, Garret, from London
18 May 1880 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COU}RT AND FASEION. THE COURT, WINQsoR CAS1hF., TUESDAY. - The Qaeen and Prinoess lzatrioe drove out yeaterday cfternooc, and honourod the Hoon, Lady Biddulph with a vialt. The Mastor of the Eforeo Lnd the C2untess cf Brad. ford, the Vice-Chamberafln and Vieconitees Bar. rington.
25 March 1880 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SThtPPOhG(; INTELLIGNOCE. ARRIVED AT TIllS PORT ON Tan 24TH IiNSl, Thoe Hffrvest King, Boden, from Ipmwloh, with snporphophate. Tho Agnes, Taro, from Glawgow, with fireclay goods, COAL LADEN VISSISES, The Thomna Connolly. frorm Whitehaven; the Eilims Hill, from Briton Ferry; the
25 March 1880 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

ULSTER INTELLIGENCE.

e ?? OUs COinHsPONDENIS.] e OMA5Ei YOUNG MssN'S CURISTIAN AND LITErAn | n AssocAnoN.-At the weekly meeting of this asso- tciationi-Mr. T. C. Dickie,vice-president, in the achair-Mr. Crawford rea, a paper on "Long- *t follow," which wae ably criticised by Messrs. s Carson, Fox, a
17 October 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

REUTER'S NEW YORK PRICES.

IREUTER'S NEW YORK PFRICES. 1NEW YORK, OCTOBsn 16. The stock malrket opened irregalar, and afte r a reaction became weak. The closi ng, however, ,s firm. Money easy. Cotton quiet. 17'etroleum frm had active. Lard dull. Wheat WeD;ker and less busin, sa doing. Flourfirmn. Corn firo
17 October 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COUPtr AND FA.STHION. 'FEE QUEEN AT DARMS'TADT. D.AL\lI-TADT, JrueDAv.-The Qlieen, ac'oripanie.i by Priancess Beatrice. the Grand l)uke oi ties-e. and tlhe Grand Duchess Elizabeth ol f Ruscia, drove oe \Werlnesday after-noon past Sccheim and Jnrren he;,1in In Schonherg, and pail.
02 May 1885 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.

BRITISE AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. I~~ ?? _ _ A TETING Of the Lisburn auxiliary of this society was hold in the Friends' Schoolroom, Railway Street, Lisburn, yesterday cveniug. There was a fair attendance, considering that two other meet. ings were being held in that town at the
13 December 1883 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

tUT OUR SPECXAL VflE]M. N' WS-LETrEn O'ric-, 169, F L1XrT STIET, B.C., F1i3.,AT NIGHT. ANorsaU telegram from General Gordon was pub- lished this afternoon in the evening papers afford- ing a faint gleam of hope for his ultimate escape from langer. News reached the General on the
19 April 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

CUSTODY COURTY-YxrsnDAY. [Before Fmx J. M.t~sawrny, Esq., R.M.1 WIFS sEATING, James Curley was charged with having as. saulted his wife, Ellen Curley, on the previous day. Mr. Coulter prosecuted. Ellen Curley was e;amined, and said her buga baud was in the habit of beating her b
19 April 1884 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROPOSED NEW RAILWAY TO DOURA.

PROPOSED NEW RAILWAY TO DOURA.

PROPOSED NEW RAILWAY TO DOUTRA. ENNISKILLEPN, SAYURDAY.-At the weekly meeting of the Enniskillen Board of Guardians- the Earl of Belmore, K.O.MVI.G., presiding-Mr. John Nixon, J.P., said he wished to place before the Board a resolution which had been passed by the CarriCk-o0n-Shr
30 September 1889 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland