Firt1is, Marriages & Deaths. ,1,,s,,re7jjefts jiltder this heading are clhrgedfor D 1eI010e _ - Narriage, )2e Gd; Death with ;smural 7fotice, ?s id;: Obituary Notice, Is Cd; j jth 2s Ud. In ?? case SuCh announcement b; ?? f)re2aid and duly authenticated. 1 I It T R S. B}l ?? 21,
THE ROYAL WEDDING. Yesterday afternoon the Mavor anti Corpora.' tion of Windsor proceeded to the Castle to pre- sent a bracelet and ring, with an address, to the Princess Helen and Prince Leopold, In acknow- ledgment the Prince read an appropriate reply, expressing the gratitude
POLICE INTE LLGUNOW CUSTODY COURT"BT-8. [Before B. L. IAMTON, Eisq., JV.P and Wilmm Jo9N JOHNSION, Ilsq., J.P.] . ASloEY or A WATOT. Michael Cosarave was brought forward on re. mand, charged with having violently assaulted a seaman named John Saunders, and,' with having stolen a
. I - i THE CHAMPION GOLD MEDAL. TO THE ?? OF THE BELFAST NEWs-LETTER. :SraR-It. wab distinctly: understood by.:the four Oompetitofs,'fQr this medal that the winner was bound toobbtain it by a majority of votes.-.. That this conditliob' has not been complied .with in awvarding,.
THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO ' PPrIO FOREST. The preparations for the Queen's visit to Eppiug Forest next Saturday are proceeding. The line of route along which her Majesty will pass will be profusely decorated, from Chingford to High Beach and the King's Oak, where the ceremony of decl
TEE CHURCH OF IELAND. Dorn ci' TTIE R:EV. RALrll ?? This vener- able geirtlema~n, whose death we record in his 8Uth year, was muoh respected here. The dlen- cal look of the man, always so neat in his person, so amiable in mnanner, so cheerful in disposition, [asll these qnalit es
THE will (dated October 8, 1879), of Mr. Joseph Laycocli, late of Low Goshforth and Tynemouth, Northumberland, and of No. 2, Chesham Plate, Beigrave Square, who died on August 2 last, at Ha~rrowgate, weas proved on the 31st ult., at the Newcastle district registry, by Richard Ls
FlOREI~GN TELE'GRA1'&tS. GREAT FALL OF ROCKS IN SWITZER- LAND. GSENEA, FntDA'Y NIUHTT.-Glarus has been the scene of another great landsip. A mnass of rock 300 metres high has fallen from the summit of the Rothrisi, sw~ept away a forest above Ennonda, devastated some valuable land