jwr'qf LttarhC8? BELFAST, WLTDNESDAY, DEiCi. 09-B1tOO3 Mol OF~tt~r~PntS.~1.(~~~lcat, white, l~s to 11b per cwvt.; red, GO Gd to 10s Gd; Oats, Gs,"eyO to 7o d e ~do Oatmnea,j,12s 4td to Uds 9d per do.; Barle. Irslt to~ 7t8 per do.; Peas, (is ?? per (1- P' i o to c p[e 44s Gd pem'
DESTRUCTION BY THE;' BRITISH OF THREE MANDARIN FLEETS LNT THE CANTON RIVER. Tur, following spirited description of' the. naval en- ?? in thle Cantorn river hast beten forwarded to the Times by , its correspondent at hlong Kong:-.- If I'von will refer to the small cliart of the C
[aY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH,] ATHLONE ELECTION. STATE OF THE POLL-lO A.M. Ennis . -. ?? ?? ?? ?? 107 Bailey, . - *- ?? ?? 53 STATE OF THE POLL-1l O'CLOCK. Eflnuis. ?? 114 Bailey, 68 CLOSE OF POLL. ?? ?? , . , 117 Baliley, .. . ?? .. . t DROGHEDA ELECTION. STATE OF THE POLL-1l O'CLOCK
TfrE Galway Vindicator publishes the following com- msunication from a London correspondent ' The following noblemen dnd gentlemen waited upon Lord Palmerston, on Wedtlesday last to solicit tbe flivour and support of tile new Government ibr the Galway line of communication with
fl? 6 ? c 'I J? .1 - 5 11 'effect , CID -ftffcr* 9 (ESTABLISJEID ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: MONI)AY, FEBRIUARY 1, 1858. IN our columins this morning will be found the chief despatches which appeared in the London Gazette of Friday night. They arc of surpassing interest; and, arrangcd a
Alt all? '41 ititull. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY NIGHT, WHITEIHALL, JANIUARY 29. The Queen bas appointed Win. T. Robinson, Esq., to be Major in the Artillery Comupanly of London, in the room of J. H. Roed, Esq. ADMIRALTY, JAN. 28. Admiral of thc Blue Sir Edward Tucker, ??
IC ?) t I"Oldfut (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1858. WrE would direct attention to our special report of the case of the Attorney-General v. Vint, aris. ing out of the Moore tea frauds, which was argued in the Court of Exchequer yesterday. At the trial a v
CO MLIERCE. REVIEW OF TUE BRITISHT CORN TRADE DURING TIlE PAST WEEK. (ICROM MiEa MAIK LANLE EXPRESS OF M10NDAY.) TiE fine o1en weather of the past ?? has been very serviccalle to field labour, the sharp frost of Friday morning greatly contributing to the pulveri- sation of the la
THEATRE IBOYAL, BELFAST. S EVENTH NIGHT OF THlE MOST SUCCESSFUL' S PANTOMIIME ever produced in Belfast. MIR. PARKER AS HARLEQUIN. YOUNG MORELLI, SIGNOR RIUNTINI, AND TIE e MISSES MOGREGOR.I THIS EVENING (Nionday), 3rd Janunvy, 1859, Wi thc Pantomuime of LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD; or