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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
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

(Tommntrcia. REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. AcCoRDING to the reports which have reached us, we learn that the corn crops were a good deal beaten down by the thunder storms experienced towards the close of last week; but no rain having since fallen, and the weather
06 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

II , ?, , , . ?? I (.I ,, , -. , . ?, ?? Debt urc,5,5. ?? THE COND NAL ACTION OF THE CHU3O1&t F ENGLAND. (Froiii tire Standard.) THE Tractarian journals and some Tractarian asso- ciations have for a considerable time been daily urg- ilg the necessity of a resort to diocesan synod
25 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF THE STEAM-SHIP GREAT BRITAIN.

DEPARTURE OF THE STEAM-SHIP GREAT BRITAIN.

DEPARTURE OF THE STEAM-SHIP GREAT B RITA I N '(From t/ed Liverpool Albion.) It having been announced that the steam-ship Great Britain would leave the Wellington Dock on Friday afternoon, and proceed into the Sloyne, previous to her departure for Australia, intense interest was e
25 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Law.

Law.

Labi. QUEEN'S BENCH HIAMBI}lT. -WEDNIESAX'. TIT;' SIXi1iEBnIDo I AS'FAIIt. (The Queen a. J. Delinege, E.fq., J.P., J. Gleeson, and others.) T'nl Hon. Judge CRAMPTON sat at four o'clock, to hear an application which wias to be made ol the part of Mr. Delme-e, and the eight soldier
27 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE TOWN COUNCIL.

THE TOWN COUNCIL.

TnE usual meeting of the Town Council was held on Monday, in the Town Hall, and, being a quarterly meet- ing, the members appeared in their robes of office. The minutes of the last monthly meeting having been read by the TowN CLERK, he then proceeded to read the ?EPOR~T Or THE P
04 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA.

THE CHOLERA.

WE are profoundly distressed in announcing that ravages of the most fearful description have been made in the city of' Warsax by the dreadful scourge of the Asiatic cholera. The mortality, we understand, has lben altogether almostbeyond precedent. Out of nearly ! six thousaind s
30 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNGANNON PETTY SESSIONS.

DUNGANNON PETTY SESSIONS.

Dungqannon, Monday, August 2. ELECTION RIOTS. Magistrates presiding-Hon. Stuart Knox, M.P.Y Joseph Greer, Esq., Robert Evans, Esq., Robert Wray, Esq., John Cranston, Esq., James Shiel, Esq., A. M. Lyle, Esq., and R. Coulson, Esq., R.M. .Tohn 3I'hlullen, Farrdy Morris, Michael f'
09 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXECUTION AT ARMAGH.

EXECUTION AT ARMAGH.

[PROM OUR REPORTER.] ON Saturday, Francis Berry, convicted, at the late Armagh Assizes, of a conspiracy to murder NMeredyth Chambre, Esq., suffered the extreme penalty of the law in the front of the jail in the city of Armagh. It was reported, and very genierally believed, in th
09 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CONVENT OF "OUR LADY AT NORWOOD."

THE CONVENT OF "OUR LADY AT NORWOOD."

THE CONVENT OF " OUR LADY AT NOR- WOOD." I WE publish to-day the abridged report of a very ex- traordinary ease tried last week at the Guildford assizes, in which the plaintiff was a Roman Catholic girl, named Griffiths, aged fifteen years, and the de- fendants the superioress an
11 August 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland