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Shipping.

Shipping.

#111111)111q. BEILA,'ST, ?? 2G.-Wind, at 3 o'clock, r. E., 1. Weather, at :3 o'clock, ?? Cold. A lirst-class steamer will sail hence for Glasgow, via Ardtlossan. ever I Friday, at 7; ir.1 An oddi ii ,al stcamer will sail heice for Glasgow cvery Tuc1'eda and Friday.v First-class s
27 March 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SINCLAIR SEAMEN'S CHURCH.

THE SINCLAIR SEAMEN'S CHURCH.

LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE. rSTERmDAY, at three o'clock, the ceremony of laying tho foundation stonl of the Sinclair Seamern's Church, at the corner of Corporation Square and Corpora- tion Street, was performed by the Lord Advocate of Scotland. Upon the wooden rrectiom formi
15 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

V.oolt Altelliorme. l-ASTER MURPHY'S OFFICE-MaRiCi 13. I r'e The Tipperar'y ,joitlet;oekL Bctik. Tntis day was appointed, by the ilIastcr, for the selec- Lion of a gentlellul to let as solicitor in thiis niatt(r. Thloe MAsTER, on takill-I his seat on the bench, announced that til
15 March 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCRAPS FROM PUNCH FOR DEC. 27.

SCRAPS FROM PUNCH FOR DEC. 27.

SCRAPS FROMI PUNCH FOR DEC. 27. RULES FOF. INCREASINO THE INEFFICIENCY Ov THE POLICE. Increase the number of ticketc of-leave. Render prisons more comfortable, by augmenting, the dhit of wvi'e and beer, spi-its Dnd tobacco, with occasional concerts, pleivate theatricals, aud soir
27 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SELECTED POETRY.

SELECTED POETRY.

S1,ELT. CTED POETRY. T[E BII:'rlI OF THU YEAR. Lar us speak low, the Infant is aslcep, Tile frosty hill grow shlarp, the Day is near, And Pliosphor with his taper comes to peep Into the cradle or the now-born year IL shb ! the infolalt is asleep, Monarch of th lay nand Night, W\
01 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BIBLE IN PARLIAMENT.

THE BIBLE IN PARLIAMENT.

Ir is a new thing to find the Bible the topic of discussion in the 1-louse of Commons. We do not mean to say that the Bible, as the rule of Christian faith and Christian politics, is a new thing in Par- liament, for such it is not, and long-distant be the day when it ceases to b
25 July 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL ANTRIM RIFLES.

ROYAL ANTRIM RIFLES.

RlOYAL. ANT RIuM RIIFiES. F1E)r.sY last, thIO I 7 t Il ring thle day appointed to re- veive the vrdlunteers for ?? prrns'irt year from the Queen's Royal Antirli rifluC, nOW ?? at \l. drrsheot t, urder' the commaern d of Lielt.- Colonel For- gKrsler, a numober of non-comiririssiom
25 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROBABLE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROBABLE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROBABLE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIA. MENT. IT was stated in well-informed circles last (Thursday) night, that Parliament vill most probably be dis solved early in May.-lfornling IHerald. LIST OF RECORDS TO Br Tam)o AT THE ANTRINI Assizus.-The following is an accurste list of these cas
17 March 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY.

THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY.

TiIm American papers last received contain length- ened accounts of the progress of the American Pre- sidential election. From these eve ascertain that Mr. Buchanan, for a considerable period prior to the opening of the polls, had distanced all cotape- tition. The proceedings in
24 November 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

ZOT'ti5 pply,5 go1wd0o n |s [ AY G AG NETIC TEL E GRAPII.] NEWS-LETTER OFFICE, 1 o'clock, r'm. AM R RICA. Liverpool, Sunday, 9 P.m. The Royal mail steam ship Asia, Captain Lott, ar- rived in the Mersey at 6 r.m., from Noew York, with adnices to the 12tli Nov. She sailed at two s
24 November 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland