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Correspondence.

Correspondence.

THE ALBERT TESTIMONIAL. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE RET.YAST NMVS-LETTEI. DEAltSiR--.As you lhve always openedyourcolmnus to every communication that has had for its object the relief of the poor and the amelioration of the working classes, allow me now to trespass upon you for a littl
12 May 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE IN LONDON—A SCENE.

LIFE IN LONDON—A SCENE.

LIFE IN LONDON-A SCENE. - - . - L- I- ?? AT Marlborough Street Police Court on Thursday Mr. Thomas Parry and Mrs. Catherine Parry, of No. 4, Albion Terrace, Chelsea, both stylishly-dressed persons, were charged as follows:- Mr. Emil Loibl, proprietor of the "L London Pa- vilion,"
12 May 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY.

THE ARMY AND NAVY.

THE ARMY AND NkVY. PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. WsAR-OrFice, FEB. 3. 73rd Foot-AMaior-General Sir M. Creagh to be Colonel, vice Lieut.-General C. G. Falconer, deceased. 7th Draloon Guards-Lieut. Christopher Barton to be Captain, h. p., vice Dowbiggin, who retires; Cornet W. M. Erski
06 February 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE—THE COUNTY GALWAY MEETING.

THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE—THE COUNTY GALWAY MEETING.

THERDISTRESO IN TANdASIIITEM-THE COUNTY G.* ,Y IiET1NG. E, COUNTY C.'WlY iIi3ETING. I )Tum meeting of the lieutcnancy, magistracy, clergy, *] gentry, and friebolders of the County Galway, to 7 promote subscriptions for the relief of the distress n now prevailing in the cotton man
23 December 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST ANACREONTIC SOCIETY.

BELFAST ANACREONTIC SOCIETY.

THE Anacreontics opened their fiftieth season last night, with a concert worthy of their reputation. The weather -was anything but inviting, but the promised attractions of the concert filled the Ulster Hall, not- withstanding the. drenching rain which fell. Chief among the arti
24 November 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DANIEL WARD.

DANIEL WARD.

TO THE EDITOB OF BAUNDERS'S NEWS.LETTEn, SIR-I have just noticed in your Pitper (if to.,y nn article extracted from the BELFAST NPWs. .1V1Tr respecting the publication by me, in tlle. hi'i-l 'le of Wednesday, the day of Vards exescin, of a letter suggesting doubts of his guilt,
13 April 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

I 'hiptrial ?? BrAGNETIO TELEORAPL.) HOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY. THEIR lordships met at five o'clock. The Union Relief Aid Act ?? Continuance Bill passed through committee. The Earl of AIRLIE asked the Under-Secretary for War if it was true that one hundred tons of gan- powder were
18 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

4 - S NEWS.LET.TR OFFICE. Mondaty Afornrizg. [BY MiAGNETIC TREUGOR".] (Per Reuter.) SERVIA - DECISION OF THE CONFERENCE REJECTED BY THE PRINCE-THE INHA- BITANTS OF OUJITZA FIRED ON BY THE TURKS-GREAT FIRE IN BELGRADE. Constantinople, Sept. 6. The Conference on Servian affairs has
08 September 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEARFUL ACCIDENT AT MONKWEARMOUTH COLLIERY—FIVE LIVES LOST.

FEARFUL ACCIDENT AT MONKWEARMOUTH COLLIERY—FIVE LIVES LOST.

FEARFUL ACCIDENT AT MONKWEARMOUTH COLLIERY-FIVE LIVES LOST. - [EToM SECOND RDITION OF GUNDEnLAND iERAvD. Sunderiand, Saturday. This morning, about ten minutes past midnight, a shocking accident occurred at Monhwearmouth Colliery, by which five men lost their lives, and two others
08 September 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FIGHT AT ASPROMONTE.

THE FIGHT AT ASPROMONTE.

[FROMX THE TIMES' CORRESPONDENT.] TuraN, Sarr. 1.-The particulars of the encounter at Aspromonte between the Royal troops and the Garibaldians will only reach Turin with the Neapo- litan mails this evening, when it may be too late for me, perhaps, to communicate them. These, mea
08 September 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland