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THE MONTALEMBERT CASE NOT FROM AN ENGLISH POINT OF VIEW.

THE MONTALEMBERT CASE NOT FROM AN ENGLISH POINT OF VIEW.

(From the FREEMAN'S JOURNAL.) WHILE denouncing the form trial under which Monialeinbert was convicted, we couid not sympathise in the licentious violence of the English press, which exerted itself to destroy that alliance it appears s<> anxious to uphold. if to aggravate the mis
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER GREAT EXHIBITION.

ANOTHER GREAT EXHIBITION.

(From the GLOBE.) So far as London is concerned, the mere pro.. of reviving in iB6l the substantial glories '•{ would sufficient to secure cooperation project; but it is upon wider and different -i that we are disposed to advocate it. The tion of 1861 is talked of merely one ino
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

(Per favour of Mr. Lxvsa's Gal way Agent.) GALWAY, FRIDAY. —The Circassian arrived 11.30, a.m. Left New York 19ih November, 2, p.m. Left St. John's, Newfoundland, 24th November. Latest date from New York, via St. John's, per telegraph, 24th November. NEW YORK, Nov. 23.—City of B
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
APOLOGY FOR THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON. SIB FRANCIS B. HEAD write# thus in letter to the Times:— SIB, —I request, in

APOLOGY FOR THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON. SIB FRANCIS B. HEAD write# thus in letter to the Times:— SIB, —I request, in

common justice, yon will pleased to allow to submit to the innumerable readers of the Timet the following statement, which I believe will clenrly convince them that the Emperor Louis Napoleon is not the despot—that the French people are not the slaves—and that Count Montalembeft
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Arrived at this port, on the 3rd instant, the Julia Heyn, from Constantinople, with Indian corn—James Harnett, consignee ; G. Heyn, agent. At this port, on the tnst., Efhngham, Stewart, from Kooria Kooria, with cargo guano— Francis Kitchie & Sons, consignees; A. Forrest & Co., a
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE TWO MARRIAGES.

THE TWO MARRIAGES.

CHAPTER I. A gleam of white favours flashed into the admiring eyes of numerous spectators, as string of carriages and horses turned prancing away from the church of noted suburb of the metropolis. The gay and handsome Augusta Marsh had just become Mrs. Courtenay, and the bridal
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF TE^ FORSTER GREJN & COMPANY feel moch pleasure in being able to announce a R

REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF TE^ FORSTER GREJN & COMPANY feel moch pleasure in being able to announce a R

Price of their Finest Tea. OwiDg to the arrival from China of First Class New Season's Tea, the favourable state Market, combined with (he advantage of their very large consumption, they have THIS Price of their FINEST CANISTER to 4s, formerly Sold 4d per lb. F. G. & CO.'S prese
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BLACK BALL PACKET "LIGHTNING," FOR MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. To Sail on WEDNESDAY, the sth January, 1859, npHE famed and favourite Clipper

BLACK BALL PACKET "LIGHTNING," FOR MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. To Sail on WEDNESDAY, the sth January, 1859, npHE famed and favourite Clipper

J_ "LIGHTNING," 2,092 Tons Regisier, 3,500 Tons Burthen, the fastest and finest Ship in the Merchant Navy. This world-renowned Ship will be the Black Ball Packet of the sth January, 1859, Sailing direct to Melbourne, whence Passengers will be forwarded Steamers to Sydney, Geelon
06 December 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Shoplifting Extbaorui.narv.—A system shoplifting on very extensive scale was exposed last week in Coleraine, and the supposed Uitef, woman named

Shoplifting Extbaorui.narv.—A system shoplifting on very extensive scale was exposed last week in Coleraine, and the supposed Uitef, woman named

Millar, arresteil. The depredations, which must have been carried on for a length tirnv, were made on the premises of Messrs. Robert Thompson, Son, Co., Diamond, whose loss is represented as very considerable. A large quantity of valuable millinery and goods was secreted in the
08 October 1861 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TELEGRAMS.

TELEGRAMS.

The following have react,-.! us, in addition those th« next page : VISIT OF THE KING OF PRfSSIA TO THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON. . vRIS > sth Oct.—The Paris papers this evening announce that the Emperor and Empress left • 1*»n» 3p. m. to-day far The journey the King of Holland Paris has
08 October 1861 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland