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STEAM TO PHILADELPHIA.

STEAM TO PHILADELPHIA.

LAUNCi OF THE CITY OF MANCHESTER. We expect in our next to chronicle the successful launch of this magnificent vessel, which will take place this (Saturday) afternoon, from the building-yard of Messrs. Tod and Macgregor, at Partick. Viewing the City of Manchester as she lies in
18 June 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORDINATION.

ORDINATION.

TIn Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore held an ordination in the Parish Church of Belfast, on Trinity Sunday (the 15th instant), when the following gentlemen were admitted into the holy order of dea- cons:- Thomas Long, A.B.; Robert Graves Walker, A.B.; John Gordon Swift
18 June 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

Qomnierrial. - - t:, and i., has been asked. Last year it was selling 40 per cent. cheaper. Oats are steady. Of the neighs bouring Continental cornmarlets we learn, from Alnw sterdam of the 27tll, that the market was not animated though there had been a slight additional demand f
03 November 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.-FRtDAx. [Before WVm. VE.RNEII, Esq., J.P.] A man, named Robe CRUELTY. A man, namned Robier't Johnson, was charged with having been found riding on tile top of a loaded cart. It appeared that he alighted when desired by the constable, in consequence of which,
04 July 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXI-IIBITION. till buildi- wns wvell attended on Thursdaly-tlit nllnbeS ?? 7,856. T'le iusual ?? jzeletilrr) of asical entertainlmenrt was affordied, corisistin g of. tile agref-able fingerinrig llpOI the pianos, a rid tile I e r fo I a- anee of Dr. Stewart upon
04 July 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL RE-ELECTIONS.

MINISTERIAL RE-ELECTIONS.

OXFORD UNIVf1isITY ElECTION. sEVEN. rh fly,<?I 't'f+St)AY . LOSI: OF 'THE1 I'OI.L-l'IVE 1'.1 Gladstoue . ?? . ?? .. ?? ?? ., S5' I'el'ceval, ?? 739 Mnajoritv for Gladistone, . ]a The .Ic,'oald of Wednesday says:- "The result of tihe sevenith dav's poll at Oxford has not, it is t
14 January 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

jafftloll allb iaricttt5. THE COlUR'T'. Tur lon. Amelia Murray and the Il[ne. Lucy Mr. Kerr have succeeded the l-Ion. Matildl a Page, alnd the Hfeon. Mary Seymour as Maids of llonour in Waitinsg on her M6ajestv. WiXxnmsoi, iom)AV.-Slr. Thoibhuin atteiided at the Castle to-dayl, b
14 January 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRACTARIAN BIGOTRY.

TRACTARIAN BIGOTRY.

(From the Daily Newus.) TnE spirit of priestcraft is growing insubordinate an d disorderly in "the true Catholic Church." The high- flying clergybegintorefuse the laity its offices, to disre- ?? authority, and tosetatnought the law of the land. We have no security that we can no
09 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

Caolllnurrcial. Thlxcnn~'rtaToiniicj Rn~onir, Tucvstsv.-~The mar- het, has bieen quiet to-day, altionigli prices for itll deC- scriptionis of' Cloths anld yarnls are somlewhat easier. LIivmiOOQL COrTeON MiARKET, TlcISiiAv-The nac-kat closed tamlely hot firmly for all clescription
14 January 1853 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATHER GAVAZZI'S FOURTEENTH ORATION.

FATHER GAVAZZI'S FOURTEENTH ORATION.

is to seat an audience of more than 4,000 persons, and the esthnated cost is between 250,000 and 300,000 dols. Grisi, Alboni, Malio, Lablache, and other great stars, it is well known, are ready to visit the United States, senee.and this Opera House will be worthy of their pre- W
09 April 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland