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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BITH BMARRIAGES, & DETHSI r7 'ges of i,1a. Mttriagca, arnd Deaths cannot be ' c ;i ott;¢ -7 'aJs i:5t~e prt ies setitding 7'Ih emre knletofl at, . or r that tt1fa ar7en k tiated our agents. B I RT El S. ?? .nIcThr 2, at Armagh, the wile of Hugh B.0yle, !betiodoer i, at The Grange
September 3, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

LIVERPOOL RACES-YESTERDAY, [Press Association Telegrams,] The LIVERPOOL CaP of 200 ?? (in specie), added to a sweepstak1es of 25 sovs each, l5ft, and 3 only (to the fond) it declared. The second to save his stake. About one mile and a-half. 53 subs, 3J of whom dcclared ] Capt. B
September 3, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

AN ELEVEN OF N.T.C.C. 1. CLIFrON- VILLE C.C. Turs match was played on the North of Ireland ground, Ormean Road, on Thursday last, and re- suited in a draw, owing to the lte hour at which play was commenced. Score:- AN eLEVEN Os MI.C C. 1st Innings. J. Johnston, b Vint ?? ?? ?? 9
September 3, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALES By AUCTION. DAY. S A 1. E T lf I S D A EX'ENS1VE SALE FASHIONABLE AND SUBSTANTIAL HOU-SEHOLL FURKNITURE, PIANOFORT F, SUIr ' 0OF OEDA1ZOOM - POLISHED PINE F NIUPIR F~i, }LARGE GLOBES, ON STAN> C! N G! I-AbSES G1 PC RES, &3 BY AUCY1!N- _MR. CRAMSIE \Yill Sell by AUCTION, on
September 15, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

IHE WA-R. DR RUSSELL'S LETTERS.' FROM PEACE TO WAR. THE ERAnD QCARTERS OF THE ('ROWN PRINCS OF PFassea, DoNcaiRYl SEDAN, bEPr. 9 Tiig Ostend boat which ?? Dover on Tueaday night. September 6, was not laden With pleasure- * seekers or tourists There were tsms bound tO Spa or Swtz-
September 15, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

FLICEi OF SHARES AND STOCjiS. IB:z famf pal : ?? , .. . I - Sih'F rp.- J0il?4T~OCK CO~ete':S J , I NorthernBok ..a 1 oS Do. newgiasoedilp'n i I !7 7 Belfast Bank . 2 2 lii ' lL' Do. (new ?? hO 1 i i: Ulster Banti .. .. W, Provinc ,aBan 1 u v - -: Usti-.11Ar r ..3. 4,i* 47 ?? 1F -
September 15, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

! L N O T I C E. WE, THE BRASS-FOUNDERS AND GAF- V FITTERS of Belfast, do hereby respectfully i give Notioe, that. on and after the 16t day of October, the scale for allowance for work done out of town (from the ExchaDge) shall be as followe: - Over one mile, tid per day; over tw
September 27, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALES BY AUCTION- .9 L V f I~ D A Y ?? ,Y AUTIN ?? - - SALE B y ?? gVgfT O' T !R , S 180, F, - sr n~fR Z,1 S.CS Ll . I 'IMN ?? I S,-LvAdNOGA\L I-LACE, Entranuce-Castle Line, AT ELELN O'CLOCK SEHAR'P EACH DASY. . CAMPBELL C cO. A NOUNCE :f thzibn :2 tg .. 0 29n Cl n wqteflcf c arl
September 27, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BURNING OF A PASSENGER SHIP AND LOSS OF 120 LIVES.

BURNING OF A PASSENGER SHIP AND LOSS OF 120 LIVES.

BURUNING OF A P.ASS.NG1R SHIP AND I LOSS OF 120 LIVEi. TuE SoutTh Australirain Rle?:,idrr of July 20 states that Captain Begg, of the ship \!urray, reports the burning of a vessel at sea. Ite gives a description of the occurrence, from which it appears that on the nicbt of May 26
September 6, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

[TELEoGRAS FROM RELUTER LND PRESS ALSSOCIATION.] rrHE ADVANCE ON PARIS. GERMAN OFFICIAL DESPATCH. TIEAD QUARTERS, Mg&ux, THiUBSDAY.-The t e,5.rny has blown up all the important buildings on r the roads and railways leading to Parir. This a deatruction has been quite unnecessary,
September 17, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland