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THE DEBATE ON THE IRISH BOROUGH SUFFRAGE. Thb Spectator *y» the radical »ico in the Tory treatment Irish affairs is

THE DEBATE ON THE IRISH BOROUGH SUFFRAGE. Thb Spectator *y» the radical »ico in the Tory treatment Irish affairs is

that the Tories profees to bold one theory, aod then act upon another.— They all say that "Ireland a part the United Kingdom, and all treat her if (he were a dependency of Great Britain. There in absolutely no muoa for refusing Irish boroughs the En«- borough suffrage which woul
23 February 1880 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE. AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND EXCHANGED 1 PETER RODGERS, SO, T)EPPER'3 COUGH MDLTUBK«— JL 'A greet improvement Cough Medicine*

NOTICE. AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND EXCHANGED 1 PETER RODGERS, SO, T)EPPER'3 COUGH MDLTUBK«— JL 'A greet improvement Cough Medicine*

It posseaaee a peculiarly soothing effect th< irritated membranes, which are the Mat of 1 hjsr, the phlegm without any feeling of sickness. Theso qualities make it of serf ice In Bronchitis sad Asthmatic Affection*, while for ordinary oouqhng it ia a specific cure. A dose of the
23 February 1880 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHEAP DAMASKS. OPECTAL LOT OF DAMASK XAPKIXS. 3/11 per doe. 2 yds. 2/11; 2 by 2.} jdi , 4/6; alto

CHEAP DAMASKS. OPECTAL LOT OF DAMASK XAPKIXS. 3/11 per doe. 2 yds. 2/11; 2 by 2.} jdi , 4/6; alto

a Pared, 'J} by 3 yds. imperfect), each. Unreached Huckaback Towelling, 24 inch, per yard. The Boyal Irish Linan Warehouse. Robinson & Cleaver, By Special Appointment to the Queen, 13, HIGH STREET. ' 989 Fotice of Temporary WBEQ TO INTIMATE TO COS-* TOJfSRS and the Public that i
23 February 1880 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAY THE MOKEY GOES.—THE MANAGEMENT THE BELFAST UNION.—The Banner of Ulster couinins the following grave charge* agiiinst the managenent

THE WAY THE MOKEY GOES.—THE MANAGEMENT THE BELFAST UNION.—The Banner of Ulster couinins the following grave charge* agiiinst the managenent

of the Belfast Union :—•' The weekly averages of >utlny per bead of the inmates are kept back from the eporters of the press ; bat it is pretty well known that hey reach about fully 50 per cent, ibove that of neighbouring unions. Granting that the >stimale is correct, the extra
12 May 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUSAN CHASE.

SUSAN CHASE.

CHAP. I. ONE dull day in November, a lady and gentleman were pacing a covered walk. Both were young ; be bad something of military air about him; a tall, tbin man, very dark. She was fair, with a cairn face and pleasant expression. Just now, however, her features were glowing wi
02 April 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BIRTHS. April I, at 19, Catherine Street North, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Abraham Bell, of a daughter. March 30,

BIRTHS. April I, at 19, Catherine Street North, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Abraham Bell, of a daughter. March 30,

140, Corporation Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. John Gray Williamson, twin sons. March 30, at Hawaii Place, Ballymeua, the wife of Joseph Thompson, Esq., of a daughter. March 30, at Dundalk, the Jady of Benjamin Patteson, Esq. of a daughter. March 30, Dublin, the wife of James
02 April 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAVING OF 20 PER CENT. LAMPS! LAMPS!! JUST TO HAND Splendid Assortment of New and Beautiful Designs in FRENCH MODEBATOB

SAVING OF 20 PER CENT. LAMPS! LAMPS!! JUST TO HAND Splendid Assortment of New and Beautiful Designs in FRENCH MODEBATOB

LAMPS, Cheapfli 6d to each. An immeDa* consignment from Air erica of BROOMS, WOODEN PAILS, TUBS, WASH-BOARDB, ftc., Ac., Lower Price* tban any other Honae in the trade. A Large Stock of the BEST CUTLERY and H O U BE-F U RBI 18H IN IRONMONGERY, onr usual Low Prioee. H. L. J. & E.
14 December 1857 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT IN THE NORTH.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT IN THE NORTH.

THE COUNTY DONEGAL. AT twelve o'olock, on Friday, the Lord Lieutenant left Londonderry to visit hia relative, the Very Rev. Archdeacon Goo Id, who resides at Sharon Glebe, in tbe county of Donegal, distant nine miles front this city. His Excellency travelled carriage and four. O
26 August 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

BELFAST LINEN TRADE CIRCULAR.

(Drawn hp Committee of the Linen Trade, appointed under the sanction of the Belfast Chamber of Commerce.) Monday Evening, Aug. 23,1658. FI.AX. —As usual at this season of the year, between the exhaustion of the old and the tilling of the country markets with the new crop, our re
26 August 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICE OF BREAD, AT B. HUGHES' BAKE HIES, DONKGALL STBEET, DONEGALL PLACE, and FALLS ROAD:— 4 lb. Household Loaf, fid.

PRICE OF BREAD, AT B. HUGHES' BAKE HIES, DONKGALL STBEET, DONEGALL PLACE, and FALLS ROAD:— 4 lb. Household Loaf, fid.

lb. Superfine do., fi£d. 4 lb. Extra-Superfine do., fid. Weighed the Counter.i* All other Small Bread in proportion. 98a GLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE, WBOLZBALB AND BETAIL. THE CHEAPEST, BEST, AND LARGEST ASSORTMENT 18 AT HENRY M'LORINA SON*B, 33 & 42. SmUhield 857 REDUCED PRIC
26 August 1858 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland