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ENGLISH ETIQUETTE SIXTY YEARS AGO.

ENGLISH ETIQUETTE SIXTY YEARS AGO.

I (BFrom Lord Cockbuttrn's Mlernorzas of His Fued.) No couple could dance unless each party was pro- vided vith a ticket prescribing the precise place in tiheprecise dance. If there was'no ticket, the gen- tleman or the lady was dealt with as an intruder, and turned out of the d
28 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

1'PRICE S (JF SIHARIES AND STOUN-h'. flANKS AND IA]J.W s. RI |AS , 0 07 I 4 , lANKiS,&c. £ £ £ to . £ Northern Ban k ?? 30 O G4 4 64 Iletr WInk 25 GO0; 07 ,, 8' XD Ulster Bank ?? 2T 1 7 7 78s 8s Provincial Bank ?? 26 I.6 !i61 tovalt Bank ?? tO 501 22 ,, 22+ 224 i onrlian BaInk ??
13 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND ART.

REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND ART.

TEta country is now beginning to reap some of the first.fruits of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Pre. vious-to that period instruction in science and art had ebbed to an unusually low point. In 1840 the Society of Arts was reduced to.such straits that it became doubtful whether i
13 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DREADFUL THUNDER STORM.

DREADFUL THUNDER STORM.

OwIG to hcavy falls of rain towards the close of last week, tbe rivers in Lancashire and Cheshire were greatly swollen, and that in some places on Sa- turday night they overflowed their banlcs. 'IThe rivers Irwell, Irk, Medlock, and Tib,flowing througi Manchester, rose to a heig
14 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Literary Notice.

Literary Notice.

T?Itcrary oftec. GLIMPSES o0 our llE I 'VENLY HOMr; on, Til DESTI- NISi or Tur. GLORIFIEn. By the Rev. Edwin Davies. London: ?? cS cuo. THu. subject chosen by Mr. Davies is one for which he appears to have a special predilection. This is now the thirid work devoted by him, either
27 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

.I.f tioII awl Tnietto. THE CO URT. OsBoRNt, AuG. 24.-The Dulce of Cambridg e left Osborne yesterday morning for London. AMajor-General BrAon, commanding the South. Western District, arrived on a visit to Her Ma. jesty on Friday, and returned to Portsmouth yes- terday. The Queen
27 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

CONTMERCIAL INTELIGENCE (Fi'enltl the C'e'respoiideit of tfie LNews.-Letter.) Belfas t, Sltirday Evening, 9th August, ISi6. ADVICES from various parts of the United Kingdom concur in Unnouincilmg niole 01' less of improve- nielit in the Londition and prospects of mercantile affai
11 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"CATHOLIC" LIBERALITY.

"CATHOLIC" LIBERALITY.

Tiir loyal Orangemen of Ireland can never be suffi- ciently grateful for the kindness and condescension vouchsafed to one of their body and his horse by the " Catholic" peasantry of Dundalk, on the occasion thus desdribed by the Loute Advertiser:- "ArN 'ORANOE' HO1sE-One of the
21 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Army.

The Army.

-(Nte Hcr Majesty has been araciously pleased to direct that Lieutenant.Generatl Sir Colin Cimnpbtll, G.C. I., shall be placed as a Lievitumint-GGenieral upon the staff of the muny in the Uoited Kiiinglomn with the view of his appointment as Inspector-Genertal of In- flle tl'y. 1
29 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATTEST IN'TELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES. [BY M AGNET IC T rL E GR AP 1X.] FRANCE. Paris, Friday Night. The journals are devoid of news of interest. The Assemble Nationale compares the Neapolitan with the British rule in India, Ireland, and the co- lonies. England pretends t
25 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland