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REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH ARMY.

REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH ARMY.

The Momteur of to day publishes a decree ordering the redaction 52,000 men in the effectire strength of the army. ITALY
06 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR CONTEMPORARIES. Toe Hoaso of Commons has been occupied for two successive days by different forms of question which, although

OUR CONTEMPORARIES. Toe Hoaso of Commons has been occupied for two successive days by different forms of question which, although

has lost something of the thrilling interest which once surrounded it, presents, nevertheless, one of those social problems which never cease to occupy the attention of men who can feel alike for the rights of individuals and the wrongs of society. Of all the diffi- culties that
06 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
too weak, too divided, and too awkwardly situated to defend themselves—Christians whom could not forcibly replace under a Mussulman dominion

too weak, too divided, and too awkwardly situated to defend themselves—Christians whom could not forcibly replace under a Mussulman dominion

which they abhor—Christians, separated from an empire co religionists by a mountainous district inhabited by lawless and predatory tribes of Mussulmen, who would perpetually harass them and drive them call in the protection of powerful and willing neighbours, and to buy that pro
06 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

DRAWN BT A COMMITTER TUB LINEN TRAD E, APPOINTED UNDER THE SANCTION OP THE BELFAST CHAM-
06 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. UNSTAMPED.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. UNSTAMPED.

NOT IN ADVANCB. £) 0 Yearly ... 0 018 0 UAir-IfEARLT, ... I 0 »
06 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Scottish widows’ fund LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Founded A.D. 1815. Head Office, 5, ST. ANDREW SQUARE, Edinbi koii. The Assured Members

Scottish widows’ fund LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Founded A.D. 1815. Head Office, 5, ST. ANDREW SQUARE, Edinbi koii. The Assured Members

are the only parties interested in the Funds of this Institution, which now amount to upwards of THREE MILLIONS STERLING. The Society's claims to public confidence and support are grounded mainly on the sound and equitable prin- 1 cities of its constitution, and on the care and
05 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ff. O. BURNELL.

ff. O. BURNELL.

Stram communication. BELFAST AND BRISTOL. SHIPPERS and passengers will plemse take 1 , that the “BRIGAND** Will not Sail for Bristol on Thursday, Bth May, formerly advertised. Th® First Sailing for BRISTOL will be on THURSDAY, 22d instant. ROBERT HENDERSON, Agent. Belfast, 2d Ma
05 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER FROM THE CRIMEA.

LETTER FROM THE CRIMEA.

The following letter, from W. H. H.,” gives account of his visit to the Russian camp, of the description of hospitality he and his comrades received there, and of the review of the allied armies by the Russian General Liiders. It of late date and interesting:— Camp, Sebastopol,
05 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONS FOR MAY,

FASHIONS FOR MAY,

Srstna fauhionf, like the Spring flower*, aweit bine *ky and the cheering influence of the son'* bright raya ere they shine forth in all their brilliancy and freshness; hence it is not often before May that they aisume a dooided character. Bright and soft coloured material* pred
05 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
:Ic, BAiLWAV a.i.LS.

:Ic, BAiLWAV a.i.LS.

:Ic, a.i.LS. W« hoptd liave bceii iVe this ujt Ln'oie out icadet's the et idence (fivcn to on altove subject— «e trust shall in our uni. belicTC the bills «ere t cfused, t.io t.'iaiantfeiia; ! dividend ns sought fur h» ti.e .V'.nli '.v( jianv, nas wlthoat precedent and •hen cotii
03 May 1856 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland