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Review.

Review.

ReVieW. NO. 56. CEYLON, AND TRE GOVERNMENT or LORD Ton- RINGTON. London: James Madden. The Quarterly Review, in an article entitled " The Mysteries of Ceylon," has been pleased to assail our respected townsman, Sir James E. Tennent; and, either Sir James himself, or some faithful
28 March 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

9te- Ifavhetz. BELFAST. Tl1UESDAT, JuNs 17, 1852. TeE weather this week has been stormy, wet, and ungenial, for this season of-the-year, and the hihh winds have been detrimental to the early Potatoes. We have no change to report in the state of our mar- ket since this day week. T
18 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ANTRIM ELECTION.—RETIREMENT OF T. M. H. JONES, ESQ.

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ELECTION.—RETIREMENT OF T. M. H. JONES, ESQ.

-- - - -- ?? COUNTY OF ANTRIM ELECTION.-RETIRE- MENT OF T. Mv. H. JONES, ESQ. Tuns day is fixed for the nomination of candidates for the representation of oar county, and there will be no contest! Elsewhere, we publish the retiring address of Mr. Jones, in which that gentleman st
23 July 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

JBY MAGNETPIC TEtLEGIAPI1. HOUSE OF LORDS. TcESD.kY (YESTCLRoAv ?? The Earl of ABERDEE2L presented a petition pray- ing for the free and unrestricted use of the Scriptures in tihe Naitional Schools in relaInd. BIYIBERY AT B.VRNSTAiPLE ELECTION. The Earl of S1IAFTIESBURY presented
22 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GROSS SUPERSTITION AND IMPOSTURE.

GROSS SUPERSTITION AND IMPOSTURE.

It was nearly dark one evenina in January last, when a str:ange wenian entered the house of a man named Wilson, a stone masonI, who lives about two miles from l3dllvaienae. on the old road from. Bailyimena to Cully- backev. She asiked liberty to light her pipe and rest herself f
22 February 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS.

IRISH FAIRS.

IRATIIFRILAND FAIR.-The attendance at this fair, on Wednesday last, was rather under an average. Horses -stout hacks a good deal inquired after, and sold at from £7 to £10. Gig or jaunting-car horses brought from £11 to £15 each. Of horned cattle, the only things marketable whic
24 February 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

?? anb Farictie$. THE COURT. ON Thursday, her Majesty granted an audience to the l Judge Advocate-General. Prince Albert visited the , model lodging-house for families in the afternoon.; |and in the evbnig,her Majesty and the Prince honoured the performance at the Princess's Thea
24 February 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO THEF ELECTORS OF T5IE BOROUGH OF LISBURN. GENTLEMEN-THE LAMENTED DEATH Gof our late Representative has a-gain placed your suifrages at your own disposal, and I am induced to offer myself to your consideration, trusting that you will consider me worthy of the high honour of rep
07 October 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News Letter.

The Belfast News Letter.

"- P If It- A ?? m I, I e.?700? ?? r f 4 , U ?? n't ?? 4' t , , ,I ?Ift ,I !, E L F A S T: FRIDA.Y. SEPTE;MBER Q3, ] S53. THE EASTETRN QUESTION.-FURTHER D)EVELOPMIENTS. Tnil extremely important intelligence hais arrived by despatch from Vieina, received in Paris on Tuesday, that
23 September 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Law Intelligence.

Law Intelligence.

¶Lato futc1lignirg. COURT OF QUEiEtN'S BENCII.-DuBuitrN, OZNDAY. (Be fore thle Lord Chief Justice. and a Special Jury.) CASFE OF ALLtGBY) LIBELI. Gewrqe Meathcevs v. the R1ev. Joke, Dill. This' trial excited thle deepest interest. The court was crowded from an early hour with an
15 February 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland