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METROPOLITAN GOSSIP OF LIVERPOOL ALBION.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP OF LIVERPOOL ALBION.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP OF LIVERPOOL I ~~~ALBION. TI}P ENOiTGtlsi AT 11iUSSELS. REYCUTINo to the gather in at Brussels, it js a little ?? to knowv that the vanity which led to the frnstration of the real busilless in hand on the par t of the Enrlish bucybodies has not been gratified
09 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

gmood!41. WEEKLY MARKET NOTE. DRSAWN uP BY IA COMMITTEE OF TIIE T.INEN TRADE, AP- POINTED UNDEl THlE SANCTION OF THrEt BELF'AST Cil.TITBES OF COMMERCE. Belfast, October 20,1856. Flax-The country markets continue to be well supplied, 180 tons appearing in seven of tile princi- pal
21 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CRIMEAN BANQUET.

THE CRIMEAN BANQUET.

A atrETING of the members of the Crimean Banquet Committee wvas lield on Monday at the Alansion. house, for the transaction of the business set forth in the subjoined report of the proceedings. The chair was taken by LOlD TALBOT DE MIcAL- Mr. BUTT, ?? said they would, he felt co
29 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

EBY MAGNETIC TEL GR AP 111 NEWVS-LETTER OFFICE, 1 o'clock, Pa^t. AUSTRIA AND TURKEY. Vienna, Tuesday Evening. The Austrian Corr2 esejondema t leliborately reiterattes its assertion of Sunday last. It again denies totally the statement of o tile5 allld the Patrie, that the Ottotm
29 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS IN ULSTER DURING THE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIRS IN ULSTER DURING THE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIRS IP ULSTEIR DURING THlE ENSUINX G VE'E. K i MOlNDAY. OCT. )7. ID)oioelk, Antrlim Cilovillo, Ar- magli 9Brailkvjamnesduflft'(, l Cavan Dclr vl w z, Donaegal; Eanlislkillell, FernmniUZd!il; .tAgher, Dtnliliiana, New- tiwnnstelva;rt. tniil Rockl ; rolle. Tu'LsEi)., cir. 2'-HlIi
24 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW TO "OPEN A WAY" FOR PROMOTION.

HOW TO "OPEN A WAY" FOR PROMOTION.

HOW TO " OPEN A WAY" FOR PROMOTION. WLt have been much tickled with an amusing process of ratiocination, by which our " Liberal" and Catho- lie countryman, Mir. NIonsell, is mlarked out for pro- motion in the official ranks. The ingenuity of this process is truly Irish, and remin
22 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

torrip ?qatelliyarc. A IT S T R A L I A. By the arrival of the Formosa we have received files of papers from Melbourne to the 28th July, with news from Sydney to the 24th July. (Free2 eck Methe lourne Herald of 28tI July.) The heavy rains and storms have materially of- fected the
22 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Army.

The Army.

Zili 1njll. ?? try TntAIN.-.The Goverllmett have doillet' that a corps to i1c le de tomioiated tilhe lilitfoy Train Shall bv- em-tlblislhed aS a lat't of her BIrrj-sty s I ttd Force. Theb objeet of the corps is the gen(ral or- grtttiirttion, as a' military b)ody, of the ?? Iantl
09 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT'S VISIT TO THE NORTH.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT'S VISIT TO THE NORTH.

ARRIVAL IN -DELAST. YESTrI1DAY the neighbourhood of the terminus of the Ulster Railway presented a scene of great bustle and excitement, in consequence of it having been announced that his Excellency tile Lord Lieutenant and suite would arrive from Dublin, for tho purpose of vis
10 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE MURDERS AND PIRACY ON BOARD THE GLOBE, BARQUE, IN THE BOSPHORUS.

THE LATE MURDERS AND PIRACY ON BOARD THE GLOBE, BARQUE, IN THE BOSPHORUS.

THE L,1TE MURDERS AND PIRACY ON BOARD THE GLOBI,, BARQUE, IN THE BOSPHORUS. Tuii prisoners were broughttitp again oil Wednes- (lay before the bench of magistrates at Portsmouth but owing to the absence of the master of the vesse they were again remandod until Saturday, the 25th i
25 October 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland