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MR. SHARMAN CRAWFORD AND THE COUNTY DOWN LANDLORDS.

MR. SHARMAN CRAWFORD AND THE COUNTY DOWN LANDLORDS.

MR. STIARMAN CRAWFORD AND THE COUNTY DOWN LA NDLFORD)S. |WE publish to-day a most important corrrespondence which has arisen out of the charges preferred against a large number of the landlords and agents of the county Down, by Mr. Crawford, in his iOb~eraations" on the recent co
06 September 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

Sa5lp"I'l fill,) yari?tim T 11 H' CO U TIT. T ~t Qneee a Ptil t ice Cet liit, wiltl tite jvoior lranellehcs of tlic ltoyvl fattnil. icinaiti at (silerier, taldiv-o their hiltl! uxer- cise in the Pairke. Ciloniel tie lln. C. 1i. IPliipits tad tue ltimlour (if j'iiniit tile Rlivil
13 August 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Law Intelligence.

Law Intelligence.

Nabt auttlciut. R UL INXG TU11E PLAN7 ?? AT War-wiCk asison Mionals, birfire Mr. liaron 1l1tll, ZiMatildla Coo per, W\illiam iJ1, atiid Th itims Mlaiien, w,,ere iii- dicted, the formeirfor steling, and flie lienhitler for reeevinii' a vittinirettc, a goldl locket, a g~lill hey, a
13 August 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A NOTE ON THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

A NOTE ON THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

bErnNG in the W1hiy of yesterday, a pompous-looking column and a.half, under the heading of "America and the Navigation Laws," we perused the article with commendable patience, and had for our pains exactly as much information as is comprised in the following alleged excerpt fro
05 November 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

' J3RITIS1 2A.ND FORxeIGrN SHIPPING. AT the request of a correspondent, we publish the fol- lowing letter:- TO TILE EDITOR 0? TIlE ?? AND MERCANTILE GAZE71TTE. Sin-If thefollowingfactsare worth publicity, please give them a place in your valuable paper. The writer had occasion to
28 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS.—MONDAY.

LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS.—MONDAY.

LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS.-MONDAT. [Before H1uny T. HGiNsomP, Esq.1 CHARGE OF ErlBEZZLEMENT. John Aloore was charged with embezzling certain sunrs of money,,at various times, the property of Cor- nelius O'Neill and others, shareholders of the Lisburn Operative Bakery. The prosecutio
28 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

SIEGE 01, SEBASTOPOL. THE FRENCH ATTACK ON TiHE RUSSIA.NZ RIFLE PITS..SaLous ENCOUNTER. (Promn telsepecial Correspoi1ielte of' t/se iljornhltg Hlerald.) EGoIrsir CAMP, S17Bi~SrOPOeg MAItre IS.-At about lnif-past eig~ht o't'loels last night thle wlisle flf thle tilledi cam p was
04 April 1855 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

o fir_ _ fast _tIos-dtr. (1-ES'AILISIIEI) ANNO 1737.) BELTFAST: WEDNE SDAY, APRIL 4, 1855. TID NEGOCIA'TIONS FOR PEACE-AlONS. D1;OUY'IN DiE, LITUYS ANT) HllS VISITS TO LOND)ON AND VIENNSA. IN tile present aspect of anfairs, evcry movement off ev.'ry distilnguished di plomatist is
04 April 1855 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

C 0 M 14 E it 0 I A L. REVIEW OF, EI BRITISH CORN TRADE DURIN TUE14 PAST WEEK. (Frees the Marl: Lane 1f prs f mondaty, April 2.) 'Inc1L leadling feature of thle corn trade during the past Iveelt has been its steady aspect, tles princpl Cij5ountryv inaricets ?? hut.slight variasti
04 April 1855 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

utr vrr,5z. THE MAYNOOTII GRANT. (Froin tle T[imes.) THE denand for an inquiry into the education given at Maynooth ought to rest upon special grounds. Seven years ago the position and the practice of that college formed the subject of a lengthened discussion, both in Parliament
14 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland