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EXTRAORDINARY FOG—FATAL ACCIDENTS.

EXTRAORDINARY FOG—FATAL ACCIDENTS.

EXTRAORDINARY FOG-FATAL ACCIDENTS. Fort the last tliree days-namely, Saturday, Sabbatil, and Mooday-our city (Glasgow) has been enveloped in fog, whichi has excluded day light to such an extent that the gas his been burning without intermission. Ona Sabbath, publie rvorshipip was
13 December 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARCHBISHOP WHATELY ON THE PAPAL AGGRESSION AND COLLATERAL SUBJECTS.

ARCHBISHOP WHATELY ON THE PAPAL AGGRESSION AND COLLATERAL SUBJECTS.

ARCHBISHOP WHATELY ON THE PAPAL AGGRESSION AND COLLATERAL SUB- I JECTS. I Tein opinions of such a man as Dr. Whately-a man of the highest station in the Established Church, of great intellectual attainments, of eminently logical mind, and, at the same time, of peculiar ideas both
08 August 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HUSBAND AND WIFE.

HUSBAND AND WIFE.

HIUSBAND AND WIFE. (Translated from the German.) I "tI A-t determined to be master in my own house, Arist," said my friend Simon the other day; " not from mere obstinacy, for 1 am the easiest disposition in the world, but from the principle of the thing. Believe me, the best wife
08 August 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Emptrial J,?arfiamcnt. XVOaKS.-011 VeriliesilLty lilolnilingS shortly after ten clock, the inilabit:ints of tile Oltl Iient Road *verc suddenly thro\vsl into tt state o great ?? in conseqllen c e of a lo li d explosiorl, v ilicil lms fou lid to havo takell pisce nt tile Soutil Lo
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LECTURES ON ORNAMENTAL ART.

LECTURES ON ORNAMENTAL ART.

LECTURES ON ORNiAIENTALT ART. Mn.IR WoaxcUr's third lecture, oii 'T'iesday night, was aIS largely and ruspiuctablv attended as either of th two preceding ones. A. nuinbet of ladies occupied the front seats, several geittleninen belonging to the Various I li terary and scientific
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

Zbi$up flThaw. BE.LFtSr, JAN. 28.-Wind, E.-Weather, Gloomy. ARRIVED. JANUARY 25.-Camilla, st., Glasgow; Blenheim, st., Liver- pool; Maria Rosalie, Gromniein, Liieon. 26.-Thetis, st., Glasgow; Fire-Fly, st., Ardrossan ; Prince of Wales, st. Fleetwood; Albiont, stranraer; Lina, iM'
29 January 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

gct. fdarTct,5. BELFAST. 26th of ]St Month, 1i~dO. TtmniRa was a fair extent of business in our Grain market this week. Wheat sold at a decline of about 2d. per cwt.., with a pretty brisk demand. Oats and Oatmneal matintain tbeir value Flour is steady at my quotations. Indian Cor
29 January 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

- foreigit Intelligmee. AMERICA. THE American mail steam-ship Arctic, arived at Liverpool, on Wednesday evening, from New York, and by her we have files of papers from that city to the 21st December, being three days later than those by the Asia, received on Saturday last. She ha
06 January 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE, COMMERCE, AND FINANCE.

TRADE, COMMERCE, AND FINANCE.

BEaFesT, MONDAY MORNING. SeOAi.-The tone of our local sugar market has been much the same during the past week as in the pre- ceding one, and demand very fair. On Tuesday last we had two public sales-one by MVessrs. WK. C Heron & Co., -who sold 71 hlds., 4 tierces, and 15 barrel
08 September 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE REV. HUGH M'NEILE, D.D., 5,1ILL PREA CI1, C(OD WIL2dXG, IN THE vv PARIS CHURCH, / On SUNDAY ne.xt, the 8t/ istant, when a Collectioel will be made in ai of the INSTI- TUTION FOR THE DEAF DUMB AND THE BLIND. Divine Service will commence at Half-past ELEVEN o'clock, A.M. Belfas
06 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland