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The Morning News

The Morning News

BELFAST, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1863. It ia said the Emperor Napoleon bu despatched Marshal Neil to St. Petersburg to urge upon the Czar the desirability granting to the Poles the concessions which hi* Majesty has refused to the Three Powers. The Timet Paris correspondent says the
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SLOW TRAIL OF THE WAR.

THE SLOW TRAIL OF THE WAR.

(From the Times.) intelligence from America brought by the extends from the loth to the 17th Oct., a week which has transferred the Active movements the war from the remote West almost to the gate® of ashing ton. the two great armies of the North, one is shut in the mountains of
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST TELEGRAMS.

LATEST TELEGRAMS.

LATEST FROM AMERICA Greencastle, Tuesday Morning. Tilt! Canadian mail North A-a riija, from Quebec on the 17tb, arrive Jin Lough Ksy »t 3 15 ■>~ and having transferred her mail*, aha proceeded to Liverpool—all well. Despatches ashore at 330 a m. She brings cabin and 3<i steerage
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MY AUNT'S STORY.

MY AUNT'S STORY.

Aunt Calista wa* one of the prettiest of all little fairy like women. As girl ber beauty must have been something wonderfully attracting. She wa* the belle of a famou* and qaaint old sea town, full fortunes made in foreign trade, prise money, and kinds of traffic thought honoura
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE GREAT BANK ROBBERY.

THE LATE GREAT BANK ROBBERY.

i ? W re lbmt on the April last ' h grated of Hungarian named Stgisound who bad for some time ostensibly carried the occupation merchant in the citv f i™, Mid who absconded on the da, tafaag with him Bank of England notes to £ amount of £10,000, which had been fraud. The money «
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYWOOD PIER PUBLIC MEETING take place in the ASSEMBLY-ROOMS. HOLYWOOD. on FRIDAY Evening, the iostabt, o'clock, to consider what steps

HOLYWOOD PIER PUBLIC MEETING take place in the ASSEMBLY-ROOMS. HOLYWOOD. on FRIDAY Evening, the iostabt, o'clock, to consider what steps

should he ttkea for the construction a Pier and Co.il Quay. • „ ™ JOUN HARRISON*. Holywood, Oct. 27, 1833. s_>t THE ONLY SWEET CAVENDISH "Vf UF ACT ED BOND IX IRELAND. MUKNEY'S SWEET STONEWALL, in Cakes ; MURNEY'S SIR WALTER, in 4 Cakes ; MURNEY'S UNCLE SAM. in '2 and oz • MUKNt
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MYSELF AND THE KINO. Tm King cu> drink beat of wine ran I ; And h»« enough when would owe

MYSELF AND THE KINO. Tm King cu> drink beat of wine ran I ; And h»« enough when would owe

have I; And cannot order rmin or thine— Nor I- Tben where', the difference Betwixt lord the King and • truitr friend* his throne ight day Or make hi* iitewt their own No, not they. ■ml love for my»e f alone - Hle«»ed they, And Ibx'* one difference which Bet. my lord the King and
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
.. M,, . , J*""™? N W u I , EKKLT) eltOTB ' Tel throu » h Counties ANTRIM, ARMAGH,

.. M,, . , J*""™? N W u I , EKKLT) eltOTB ' Tel throu » h Counties ANTRIM, ARMAGH,

CAVAN, DOWN. DONEGAL, FERMANAGH. LEITRIM, LONDONDERRY, LODTH,'MEATH, MONAGHAN, BLIGO, TYRONE, fcc. ; and AGENTS are appointed the following Town.- Carrickmor*,<£&**», Wc<2k£ B £ tUrbet Bdlyhay, Ballynahineh,Boyleßlackhon Bal!y,b«non, Ballyrebm. Bera*h, C-shendali. Castled.*™, Co
28 October 1863 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONFESSIONS OF A THIEF.

CONFESSIONS OF A THIEF.

first essay was to what is called " cover"—that ft, stand before my companions while they picked the pocket so sa to prevent their being observed.— After time I ventured to try pocket myself, and wss successful ; it was from lady the streets Greenock, from whoa* pocket 1 took pu
07 May 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOVERNESSES, DO GO TO AUSTRALIA.

GOVERNESSES, DO GO TO AUSTRALIA.

Thi Timet has the following letter:— Sim, —" J. K." having given you her melancholy experience, and forwarded her four-year-old news about Melbourne, allow me to make a few extracts from letter* received by last mail, which will place the picture in another, and, happily, in a b
07 May 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland