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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

RC p al~l vUtialmict. [BY' uzAmETIC TLzGRAPIn.] I HOUSE OF LORDS-YEsrLRDAY. Tire Loots CHurNCsELLon tooic his seat on thie wool- sack; at five o'clock. ?? OF' TrIo CRIMINAL LAW, Lord CAMPBELL gave notice that hie should, carly nextsession, bring forward two Bills for the reform o
31 July 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF THE PRINCE ALBERT.

DEPARTURE OF THE PRINCE ALBERT.

DEPARTURE OP THE PRINCE ALBERT. GALWAY, WEDNESDAY._We have thlo pleasing diltyto-dayofrecording a most happyand hopeful event-name)y, the departure of the thast passenger steamer from Galway to America, with nearly her full complement of voyagers. We use the Word first passenger
31 July 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. IDecemnber 14, at Edonburn House, County of Kerry, the wifo of 1ev, E. EP. Day, of a daughter. IDeeinber 14, at Loinstor Road, lRathintines, the wife of A. AM. Verekor, Esq., of a son, AlAIRlAGES. D) cumber 16, at the Parish.Church, Belfast, by the Rev. T. F. Miller, Vica
18 December 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKTS. LONDON, MAONDAY, DEC, 20,-Grain.-ThO sup- Aies of both English and foreign wileat are small, md thae market has rather more flrmlness than tile nst Iew weeks. Thle rates of this day week were naintained for nil descriptions of English9 and foreign hecat, Flour sol
22 December 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

?l fislj Ltlarfub- BE L FA ST, TOESDAY, JUeeY 20.-BoRout1 MARCRT OrrCIcAL P4ces.-Prorisions,-Pork, 42s to *8s Od per ewt. of ]2Olbs,; Butter, lumip, Old to 104d per lb.; do., crock, 100 to 1Mid per do.; firkin, 10d to ?? per do.- V",qetobles.-Potatoes, erutlles, 4s Od to 4s 4d pe
21 July 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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The Press.

The Press.

cl!"he ?r -0. T II E II E C E N T ft I 0 T l' , (IFRO3I THLt Nit MINt itEtALP.) S'IR Ar(temaliLD ALIsoN,, iii ?? 0'bis essay5', i5 gltit of' no exagger'ationi in duesribing, the Anglo-Irish its riorally and phy'sically a ?? the thiest rac's of' titti in thle wo'rildlv(!ev. Vhi'yt
19 June 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GROSS NEGLECT AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN BY THEIR PARENTS.

GROSS NEGLECT AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN BY THEIR PARENTS.

RFFECTS OF Di1AM-DfliUNlNG AND NOVEL-1EHADINO. AT the Southwark Police Court, London, on Thlrs- day Charles Rues, a journeyman painter, who stood remanded friom Saturday lest, on a charge ot grossly neglecting his children, eight in number, as well as shamiefulI cruelty towards
06 July 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

ACKNOW LEDG MENTS. Tnx Mayor acknowledges having reecived from the Belfast Pawnirlokers' Society £12 Iis. Gd., in aid of the Poor Relief Futnd. Rev, Heonry Stoelwrt acknowledges, with thanlks, tile receipt ot' £5, from Rev. Wmn. C. O'Neill, Shane's Castle, for the hbnetit of' the
13 January 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST PO LICE COURtV-YESTERDAky. EfBrore W. S. TRmACY, ES(., 11.11.) Tutni weresixty prisoiiers in custody this inording on charges of drunenncliess, disorderly conduct, &e. A.. AULTING A OONSTAliLii. Edward Brady, of t~allindelrry, was ech6arged With having been drcnk and diso
02 November 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RAREY SECRET.

THE RAREY SECRET.

MR. RABHY's little book, explanatory of his system of horse-taming, has been published. by Air. Rout- ledge. He states that his findamental principles ar'e: -First-That the horse is so constituted by nature that ho will not offer resistance to any demand made of him which be ful
30 June 1858 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland