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THE BUILDERS' STRIKE IN LONDON.

THE BUILDERS' STRIKE IN LONDON.

TIlIE BUILDERS' STRIKE IN LONDON. No arrangement up to the time of our going to press has been made between the Masters amd men in re- ference to the return of the latter to work. On the contrary, the determination of the men not to ac- cept " the document" and the reqolution of
13 August 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

A _lELTINcG of nmercihants and others wa. hela, on Wednesday, at the Sessions House, Liverpool, to con- sider ?? question of telegraphic coununication with America. ThMiAYolt presided, bt earl yin the pro- ceediugs gave place to MrN'.f WIllEl.A ltnowNT, who pointed out the coinm
13 August 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

iz ? e ??l tlf If I ?,f Idu? -?t!tff t'r. (ESTiABLISIIED ANNO 1T37,) B E LU! A S T: FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1859. A E'xrOL'T in Tuscany adds to the complication in tibu stato of Europe. The Urand Duke appears to have left Florence, having refused to join with Sardinia, and to declare v
29 April 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLASSICAL HARMONISTS' SOCIETY.

CLASSICAL HARMONISTS' SOCIETY.

WITI1 the shortening days and the fall of the leaf the musical season comes round once more, and the ini-' tiative was last night taken by the Classical iHar- monists' Society, who led tbe way with a very pleasing concert, and Succeeded in drawing an over-crowded house. The prog
04 October 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

COMMEIRCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (Froes t7e Correspondent of the Newos-Letter.) Belfast, Monday Evening, 3rd Oct., 1859. W i are happy to make reference to tbe improved position to which our shipping interest is likely soon to attain. For a very considerable period it-has been labourin
04 October 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN BELFAST.

THE RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN BELFAST.

Tins movement still proceeds in Belfast, and its in- fluence is felt by almost all classes. The different religious services, held every evening, are well at- tended, and cases of conviction are numerous. The service conducted by the Rev. HI. G. Guinness in AMay Street Chlurch,
11 July 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.

. 0, oY A! L I IIL l. A T A D E M Y. . Afr tbe last m-'eing Cot the sessipn,.of this society.; held o'n ?? e'eng, ?? Sooiety.;Heouse' ' Smgioa ' W o'i - tad tI, Pappr, Oi . the Pltn- Ie'e,'tl.S. on tli Civil wirs ip. Ireland,,.,inf the posses'sion'of tlie: Eatl of Etngall,'" is f
30 June 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

TnrEs Parliaments make one very old. A young gentleman but a little over forty may now address his constituents as their long-tried representative tbrough five or six Parliamuents. [In lict, to-day there will assemble the sixth Parliament of Queen Victoria. Four years is abottt
02 June 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TIMES AND THE GOVERNMENT.

THE TIMES AND THE GOVERNMENT.

THE Times and the Ministry have fallen out; and have been abusing each other pretty soundly. On Thurs- day night last, Mr. Bright, true to 'his prejudices, made a very severe attack uponathat portion of the English Press which has spoken its mind out freely upon the peace questi
26 July 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY.

THE ARMY AND NAVY.

PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.. WAR-OrFFIC, JULr 22. 2nd Regiment of Life Guards-Licut. B. Palmer to be Captain, by purchase, vice the H-on, C. S. B. Han. bury, who retires; Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant H. P. Ewart to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Palmer. 5th Dragoon Guards-H. Darley
26 July 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland