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ARRIVAL OF PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM OF PRUSSIA.

ARRIVAL OF PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM OF PRUSSIA.

The folowing ?? appeared in oar Second Edition of yesterday - I AURIVAL OF PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAMI .OF PRUSSIA. _ I DovIer, WEDiacsX.-Prbice Frederick Willi~mn of Pnesda srilvwd at itt mideht, from Oitd. il royal highness will leave D9vcr by special: train, *or Ports- mnouthb a
22 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INTENDED [ill] FOR THE PEACE.

THE INTENDED [ill] FOR THE PEACE.

:UE IN'TUNDED Il'J ;iNATIONS THE I i IIPEACE. I - - . I I The progress of the wori6 ?? ixont :of tl4e aeveral public bbuildings' intended to be illuminated on Thursday next. are rapidly progressing. We had au opportunity yesterday Or seeing saveral of the emnblems to be lit up on
24 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
7'he following Persons confined for debt iiitke Pour Courts Marshalsea, Dublin, have Filed Declarations in the Office oldie Chief Clerk

7'he following Persons confined for debt iiitke Pour Courts Marshalsea, Dublin, have Filed Declarations in the Office oldie Chief Clerk

of the Court for the Relief Insolvent Debtors in Ireland, pursuant to the Act of the sth & 61h Victoria, chap. 95, see. 8, viz : Richard Strong, detained at suit of James 011haughnessy. Bartholomew McKeon, detained at of Mathew McGrath.
26 May 1856 - Bankrupt & Insolvent Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-YESTERDAV. [Before W. S. TRACY, Esq., R.M.] LARCENY. Maria Smith. was charged with having stolen £1 5s from the person of a man named John Gordon, near the Linen-linfl. It appeared that the complainant was under the influence of drink at the time the money wa
28 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

[BnY AG NET IC TE L E G RAP H.1 YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES. FRANCE AND AUSTRIA. The Austrian Ambassador at Paris presented his letters of credence yesterday to the Emperor. In addressing his Majesty, he spoke of the intimate al- litince so happily existing between the two Imperia I
24 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADULTERATION OF MILK.

ADULTERATION OF MILK.

BY FROFESSORt 1OflRE. IT has been stated that in milk we have an article of food which affords a type of ;the aliment adapted for the nutrition of the young of the mammalia, It contains caseine, the matter of the curd which sup- plies the ilitrogenized material required for buil
24 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

#Clected TortrIl. TIHE YoUNG T'E'ACHER. Siltl sits alone in that dreamy room, NVith one hand pressed to her brow, And her soft, dark eyes have a wistfuil look- Imlt is she thinking of now ? T bought pictures again her childhood's home, And the scenes of hier early days In fancy s
23 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-YESTERDAVY. [Before W. S. TRACY, Esq., R.M.] TInREn were thirty-three prisoners for trial this morning,. many of whom were the regular /albit(sea of the dock, brought up under the customary cir- cunmstanices of drunkenness atid its natural accompa- ninetit-di
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

_ C__ rctta _ Onrm._ T*E BANISHED LITHUANIANS. BY ED. REICIIENAU. [Translated from the German.) WuuEnEFonE, my sire, from the green ash-tree Dost thou cut that strong bough so carefully ? For a staff, my son; Ere my journey's done On that staff I'll lean wearily, wearily! Wherefo
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Horticulture.

Horticulture.

I - ? ? GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. PLANT DEPARTMAENT-Conservatory, &c.-Now that cold pits aud frames will be getting cleared of the bedding stock, they will form excellent places during summer for the growth of many things for the autumn and winter decoration of the conse
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland