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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

vialltrial V. arlialatut. HOUSE OF LORDS-'THURSDAYV, MAY 22. (Supplemnentary to TeaegrapliC Summary.) Teiri LoRD ORANcEL LOR took his seat at five o'clock. INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW. Lord COLCFIESTER moved a series of resolu tions, condemning the article of the convention ap. pe
26 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Shipping.

Shipping.

Aitlyliaq. BELFA.ST, MAY 24.-Wind, at 3 o'clock, r IzZ, N.E. Weather, at 3 o'clock, ?? Fine. First-class steamerM will sail hence for Glasgow, via Ardrossan, every Alonday, Wednesday, and Friday at 74 i.m. First-class steamers (Royal mail) will sail hence for Greenock and Glasgow
26 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF TRH ESTAB. - AStiED CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. Friday, May 23. Timr Assembly met at eleven o'clock-Dr. Crombie. Moderator. The Rev. John Wilson, of Forgandonny, was ap- pointed to preach before the Lord High Commois- sioner, in the High Church, on Sabbath forenoon, a
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONINGS.

THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONINGS.

THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONING . | . , i 'I . 'THE TRIAL 'OF W. PL.MER. CENTRAL C.RITMINAL COURT. -T5NTH5 Th'KY-ATUISDAY. (Resumed from the NewesLetter of yesterday.) TIIE court, at twenty minutes past two, adjourned for a sbort time. C' On the jury retuining into court, Mr. Willi
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CRIMEAN HERO.

A CRIMEAN HERO.

VERY general rejoicings were held on Thursday evening last, at Larchfield, the residence of William Mussenden, Esq., D.L., JP., in honour of Lieutenant Mussenden, of the 8th Hussars, on his return from the Crimea. Upwards of 120 of the tenantry, toge- ther with a number of gentl
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

?f? ?? Beirut. [BY A AAON ETIC TELC ELEPIIL1 HjOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY: TIrI LonD CIIANCEilOL took Isls seat at five o'clock. A discussion arose upon a motion made by the Earl of ALFIEmARLE for the production of certalin letters, relating to India, but with no result. Tire Earl o
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DR. CAHILL'S SIXTH LETTER TO THE IRISH VICEROY.

DR. CAHILL'S SIXTH LETTER TO THE IRISH VICEROY.

WHAT Cahill calls the most monstrous of all Pro- testant lies is the subject of this communication. This lie, par excellence, is "that the Catholic Church prohibits the reading of the Scriptures; that the Bible is not to be found amongst them -(query, among whom ?)-and that it i
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

?? orifulturt. S EASONABLE HINTS. . Fi' oil thse Jins fl'ar 7enes' Gazette.) GUANO AND SAILT ?? DuIEssiNG OATS.-Guano and salt is a good top-dressing for oats; bpt you should reverse the quantifies, giving 2 wt. uguaio and 4to 8 cwt. of salt per Irish acre, which, under ordinary
27 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONINGS.

THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONINGS.

I I THE TRIAL OF IV. PALMER. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. SIXTH DA-Y-TUESDAY. Ter, court this morning was again densely crowded, and a large concourse of people were waiting out- side, most eager to obtain the slightest intformation, At a few minutes before ten the prisoner was place
22 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR IMPROVING AND BEAI TIFYINO THE COMPLEXION.

FOR IMPROVING AND BEAI TIFYINO THE COMPLEXION.

FOR IMPROVING AND BEAI THE COMPLEXION. It eradicates all Redness. Tan. Pimples, Spots. Freckle*. Discolouration?. and other cutaneous visitations The radiant Bloom impaits to the Cheek, and the •oftnc** and delicacy which it induces of the Hands and Aims render it indispensable t
26 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland