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LISBURN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

LISBURN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

LISBURN HORTICULTiURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL 7LWEB8 SHOW.'vr (PROM OUR Swx ZircOXnn tion LescrxteWsn~snkr the To-DAY the first annual show In connection with Twc the above society was held in the Castle Gardens. lo It in only some three meaths sincie the idea of get. nat ing up a local
September 15, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIT OF THE MARQUIS & MARCHIONESS OF DOWNSHIRE TO HILLSBOROUGH.

VISIT OF THE MARQUIS & MARCHIONESS OF DOWNSHIRE TO HILLSBOROUGH.

VI-'IT OF THE M&EQUIS & MARCHIONESS OF DOWNSHIRE TO HILLSBOROUGa. GREAT RIOICWOGS. pre [FROi Ova OWS ERPORT.] 'Eg HILLSBOROUoa, WEDNESDAY. | HILLS1WIROUGH was to-day the scene of a very Me pleasant and important demonstration - pleasant Lis and grateful to those more immediately
September 15, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

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September 26, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SALES BY AUTION. ?? ?? SALE THIS DA. 16, FITZROY PLACE, THE PL&INS. A 1IC T I O N OFi Cc M"Y~ rg, GrI'AN OK'lMTEL, c.,t 'n b v-u, rl'Id151Bl,. EiSRS. ?? C. CLALKE & SON HAVE ,LV been instructed t Sell the FUEL NITURE of the above Residenee, which, having been only a short time in
September 26, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

[PRESS ASSOCEATION TLGRAMSJ] RUMOURED ABDICATION OF THS 1 1KING OF ITALY. PROCLAM1ATION OF A REPUBLIC. Ib is rutnourod from Paris that a Republic has been proclaimed in Italy, Victor Emmanuel hav. iag abdicated; and that Prince Humbert has been elected President. S P A I N. MADR
September 9, 1870 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
We are still in expectation of authentic particulars of the attack on Rome, and of the events which preceded that

We are still in expectation of authentic particulars of the attack on Rome, and of the events which preceded that

iniquitous violation of the law of nations. Sufficient, however, has reached ns to satisfy—not ourselves, for we had no doubt whatever- but our readers, that we predicted rightly when we asserted that the Pope would not and could not assent to the propositions made to him the pa
September 26, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PAPACY AND BELGIUM.

THE PAPACY AND BELGIUM.

Monday.—ln to-da\'s sitting of the senate Sulvyns protested against the attack made by Italy upon the Pope. He sought compare the position of the Unman Stales subjected to the right of the strongest to the position in which Belgium might And herself under certain circumstances,
September 28, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NAVIGATION IN THE BALTIC.

THE NAVIGATION IN THE BALTIC.

Kiel, Skpt. 26th.—The Governor-General has consented to permit merchant vessels to enter and leave the harbour of Kiel by day, provided the weather is calm and pilot tugs are employed. It is also proposed to afford shortly other facilities for navigation, and for the passage of
September 28, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDER REIGNING IN PARIS—FIGHTING AROUND THE CITY.

ORDER REIGNING IN PARIS—FIGHTING AROUND THE CITY.

A dispatch to the Independence Beige, by way of Chartres, states that the feeling in Paris has immensely improved, and that there a universal determination to defend it to the last extremity. Various skirmishes about the walls had taken plane on Friday, the advantage remaining g
September 28, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STRASBOURG.

STRASBOURG.

The Municipality of Strasbourg'have resolved, with the Governor's permission, to send a deputation to Paris to represent the condition of affairs and to request instructions. The Daily Neirt says the only reason for so doing would to the Government to recognise the impossibility
September 28, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland