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I Great Asxi-al Fair—The business I this great fair commenced Saturday with the sale sheep, which the supplv was about

I Great Asxi-al Fair—The business I this great fair commenced Saturday with the sale sheep, which the supplv was about

the same as last year, but prices somewhat lower. Ewes sold well. Hoggets and lambs rather .lull; ! high prices were asked, and a great number were driven out unsold. The general supply stock was not a"? large nsual. Early the morning there was a very good demand for ewes, which
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Morning News

The Morning News

BELFAST, WEDNESDAY, SEra. 19, lfeiiO. Affairs in Italy are proceeding with a rapidity that may well alarm the moderate men all parties, for it tjuite evident that a single false step might plunge the whole of Europe into a war that wojld not only sanguinary and terrific, but the
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR IN ITALY.

THE WAR IN ITALY.

THE FALL PERUGIA The the - the fall of Perugia : " >• Ycter.laj, u. lexn. » telegram frou, Turin, General wfc„ let the gnu gn.w under hi. feet, can. ,1 that city, memorable in the am,al. Pa,,al * and, what wore, captured Genera! Schmidt, the hero of d,«IA with that hi. W«.t h '
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LADY'S PORTRAIT OF GARIBALDI.

A LADY'S PORTRAIT OF GARIBALDI.

A LADY'S PORTRAIT GARIBALDI. An Kn«rlUh lady writes as follows from Naples : •• have A" face Garibaldi, and now all the devotion iiis friends is made as clear day to me. You have onlv to look into bin face, ami you feci that there in, the one man in the world whose serviee you wo
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST TELEGRAMS.

LATEST TELEGRAMS.

Roup, I*stu Sept.—The telegraphic communication with Naples ha* been interrupted. The French the Ehtke Gramin-uit, ha* official]j announce*! to the Pope that diplomatic relations between France and Sardinia have been interrupted. Citta, Pieva, Orvaneto, Perugia, Urbino, Pwaro, S
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE ALLIES IN CHINA.

THE ALLIES IN CHINA.

(Fpots the s.» Spec;-J who accompanies the British expedition to Chin has given precise infor- *Jk position of the allied forces, and j | the state that country, the ' 12th July last. At that date the two expedi- • 1 tionary forces wer# 4 in perfect order, safety, health. j and
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ITALIAN REVOLUTION.

THE ITALIAN REVOLUTION.

(From the Moksisg Star.) Events k&ve been more rapid than klew>, ami the crisis the revolution has coin* before its time. What have during the past eighteen months in the FeuianU has parallel the history that country. The phrase MetU rnich was historically and in fact true when
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

BELFAST HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

The usiuU fortnightly of thia Board waa i held yesterday the Harbour Office, Bvlfant—J. Clarke, Esq., J.P., in the chair. A quorum wan ! just present, viz.:—Messrs. Clarke, Carlisle, Hamilj ton, Henderson, and Cordukes. letter was read from Mr. requesting lil»erty extend the rai
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Till Peinoi of Walks asd the of Cakaiia.—The following are extract* frvm some late despatches beariug above subject:— " The

Till Peinoi of Walks asd the of Cakaiia.—The following are extract* frvm some late despatches beariug above subject:— " The

Duke pf Newcastle sent word Kingston that the Prince wonM not ride under the arch crceted in that citv. The Orangemen Toted to adhere to their resolve to march the procession, and the Catholics were very indignant." A Toronto desivatch says : 44 Some trouble anticipated regard t
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUEENIE LEIGHTON.

QUEENIE LEIGHTON.

(Continued from our lart.) CHAPTER XII. f Frtru Lady Ladf Darrr.) Rome, April gith. Dbaß \RY, —I fmr that I shall have leave | Rome, least for a time. lamas pursued a phantom. Let tell you what passed at Mr. Gisborns's to- day. is now a lovely group of a Nymph and Cupid. 1 admir
19 September 1860 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland