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THE LORD ADVOCATE'S NATIONALITY.

THE LORD ADVOCATE'S NATIONALITY.

THIE LORD ADVOCATE'S NATIONALITY. TuE learned and scholarly gentleman who recently visited Belfast, in the dignity of an official post, has again distinguished himself by the delivery of an introductory lecture to a course to be given before the Falkirlic School of Arts. By some
06 November 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST ENTELLfGBING E. YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES. [B:Y M AG NE T IC T ET, E G R AP If.] N AP LES. DEPARTURE OF THE MEMBERS OF TRE FRENCH AND ENGLISH LEGATIONS. No fewer than 1,000 police spies and gendarmies were called out and distributed in the principal streets of Naples, at the
06 November 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

Whisi ag ?? [DY MIAGNETIO T'ELEGtLAP 11. NEWS-LETTER OFFICE, 1 O'clock, r.11. THlE ANGLO-FRENCII ALLIANCE. Thle Daily .N.ews says that the Cabinet of St. James's has expierienced some difliclaty in persuad- ing our ally of the slecessity that exists for sternly enforcing thle li
06 November 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASIION ANT) ?? TIIE Comat. T' ?? party at Windisr on Friday includied the Duchess of Klient, Prince Ernest of Leiningon, tbe old ian Minister ande Madame Vanl de WVeyer, Lady F jjnly 1-,l,41ld, Inaroness de Spoth, the l-Ion. Mary Seymour. and Sir G urge Cotiper. T(he Queen and P
13 February 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

CO M E BRC IA L. REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. (Freom thle Atark Lane Jicpress of Monday). T'IE past week has chiefly been remarkable for the general anxiety on the part of farmers to quit their produce, through ani apprehension of lower prices as tie cer
13 February 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

HALL'S OlD-ESTABLI-SITED BRUSH M1 AN UFACrof.y, 1i), Broown's Sqrurre, Belfast. 0LIVER IIINDE (SUCCESSOR TO THE late D. I-ALL.), WNN'1le.:rlo BRUSH Manufe- turer, begs to infoirmtileCustomerssofthisEstab- lishent n and the Publie that the business evill, in fu- ture, be earried o
17 September 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

Ite Wo. LOUIS NAPOLEON'S VISIT TO SPAIN. (Pronm the Spectator.) Louis NAPOLEON in Spain ! It is almost impos- sible to represent any position more equivocal. What is he there for ? Is it for a political purpose, or is it only that he has crossed the border to look about him ? If
17 September 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND AGENTS. War beg to announce that we have made every pos- sible arrangement for the carriage anmd deliverv of our utnrsmilmed papers ini the plrinmcipal townms thre ugh- out Ulster, in order to meet thle ?? of the public, and render the cost of our journal a
17 September 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPHL] YESTERDAY'S D)ESPATCIHES London, Sunday. There is nothing new from the Contiucnt or the seat of war. Mr. Pamwcll has been appointed a Baron of the Exchequer, in the place of Sir James Parke, S W E D E N. Hamburg, 4th January. According to advices from So
07 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LURGAN PETTY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

LURGAN PETTY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY.

LURGAN PETTY SESSIONS-YrSTEflfAY. (FIcON1 OUR rEPOnTr1.) Plagistrates present-W. M. MI31AR, Esq., R.M., and JoI1N HANCOCS;, Esq.] ViOtENT ASSAUIlT. Ie the course of tile business brought before tho Bench to-day, tho followingr case of violent assault was ?? MI-Corry c Iarged Robe
19 November 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland