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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Marriages & Deaths ,l7ouice7ientss wdler thit, heaeding <le II'll chac-ged iec ns jolioltr - ?? s /s ?? t ith fiviierili notice, '2.S Gd; MiitUary'i N 6tices,;s Gd Pirths, .s Gd. li everij cvase uchiti a iiiouincemenits vaiist be prilid anid di ly a authe-tic ated. B I R
19 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD BEACONSFIELD'S ILLNESS.

LORD BEACONSFIELD'S ILLNESS.

LOID BEACONSFIELD'S ILLN{ESS. [r3Y TELflGRAPf.1 I3 LOxNox, IMONDAY. To-day the bulletin announcements of Lord Beaconsfield's condition, though not unfavourable, cc do not tend to allay anxiety. Iis indisposition Ie to take nourishment, his long confinement, his B advanced age, an
19 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EXECUTIONS AT ST. PETERSBURG.

THE EXECUTIONS AT ST. PETERSBURG.

I THE Tinnes says that as a matter of retributive justice the execution of the murderous conspira- tors of the late Czar is ratified by the conscience of humanity. We cannot but hope that now that justice has been done on the murderers of his father, the present c(eer may rise a
19 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EASTER MONDAY IN ARMAGH—APPREHENDED DISTURBANCES.

EASTER MONDAY IN ARMAGH—APPREHENDED DISTURBANCES.

EASTER -MONDAY IN ARMAG i-APPIR]- IEflNDE.D DISTURBISNC.S. [FROYi nur. CORREslPONDENT.] Ainiron, MoNxiAY.-To day was observed as a general holiday here, and some tbousands of people came in from the country. The Catholic band proceeded to the railway station to meet the one o'clo
19 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SHIPPING. CLYDE SIIIPPINL4 CO. ?jHEAPEST ]iOUTi: - ?? irci LONDON i-?com Belfast every TLE?oty. Icoen London. Niuc ICinis Seatioia of L. sod S.-W, Rail- Vay Uo.? every FIiIII1tY. BELFAST to 1'L1.'310L'TIO direct evet-y TUESDAY- carrying Goods as Sluougit tales to llxe,,,r, sod fo
16 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

?2\1ETROPOLITAN GOSSJY. IFrtodi O~l LADY COVItltSPOENlN.l ; LOSDOX, TuerisnAr. 'Tus g~enial werather is chlanging the whole faco of Londonl. Not only is nature doing her part in the parks6 and gardens, setting trecs and grass &ll 'a grow~ving and flowers all a blowing, but art is
16 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAND BILL.

THE LAND BILL.

TRE LAID BILL. fonos THrE ?? POST o0 YSTTREDAY.l TuE Irish Land Bill has now been before the country for a week, and we are probably not far wrong in saying that the more the landowners, not only in Ireland, but in every other portion of the United Xingdom, look into its provisio
15 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

__ HITPPING. RN- OYAL MAlL ROUTE TO AND FROM EN(ILAN D JI- A'1 n xitTWO] TLMRs,a and Lanaoishirte and Ieritaiirt', tititi -Leiidoit ala]1 NorthLI 5 4L eatl CRailway Compilanis. Stostinci.. lrtoley of tNitter. lIFt1'FAT' '1O 1' LISE'1'w N'Ol). Every Evotnoig Itoindits alant 0t sua
18 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWTOWNBREDA (SPECIAL) PETTY SESSIONS.

NEWTOWNBREDA (SPECIAL) PETTY SESSIONS.

NEWSVTOW.NBB1'EDA (SPECIAL) PETTY t~S)4SSTXS. A ssr c.%n, court of petty sessions was held in the Courthouse, Nowtownrbreds, at ten o'clock, on Saturday morning, before Sir Thornas Bateson, J.P.; J. Blakiston Houston, Esq., J.P.; and T. D. Crawford, Esq.. J.L. ALLNtGED SAIMtIITOS
18 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHARGE OF FORGERY AGAINST A BARONET.

THE CHARGE OF FORGERY AGAINST A BARONET.

THE CHARGE OF FORGERY AGAINST A. B. ARONET. [FROM OcU SPECIAL nuuPoaRTi.] Dumst, WED-n8DksL.-In the Southern Divi- sional Police Court, before Mr. Woodlock, yester- day, Sir Walter Nugent, Bart., Donore, County Westmeath, appeared again on bail to answer the charge of having forg
21 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland