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PRESENTATION TO MR GLADSTONE.

PRESENTATION TO MR GLADSTONE.

pIESENTATIRN TO ML I GLADSTONE I (SPE9CIAL TELW RA3.1) ii IAQdc, Wednesday Night. o nual ministerial whitebait dinner, held 9 b3niO at the TraNalyr 3otel, Greenwich, c e -e, with more than usaal interest from | ttiiat the Lieral of that borough had i t, throre itJ of markiug the
August 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STEPHENS' TESTIMONIAL.

THE STEPHENS' TESTIMONIAL.

TVE STEPHENS' TST!IMONL&L. I (FroM a ConIiESVONfLrs!T.) Pairis, August ] 6. The Stephens' Testimoniial Cammittee have juat issued the following addtess to the Irish people at home and abroad - I " MiLLow-covNrTarTsrE-Many o' youare,doubt-| less, aware that for some time past Janm
August 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

I - -- ?? A draft of thirty-tb ree recruits for the Srd Bat- talion Rifle Brigade will arrive at Kingstown, in I H M S Assistance, this morning from the depot n at Winchester, and on being disembarked will pro- j, ceed to Dablin, en route to the Curragh CAMp, to ii jomi headquar
August 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

TiHE CIIU1.W(II OF EXGLANID. The Rlev. Hlenry Goldney Riandnll, Archdeacon of Bristol, was found dead in hiis bed on Monday morning, the 8th inst;, at Christiin Malford ¾icarage, Wvilts. The Bisbop of Rochester, after considering the allegations of bribery at the recent eloction
August 18, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE MtETHODIST CHURCH. [FROIM OCLR eOLIUSP'OXDENT.] The financial meeting of the Dnblin district was held yesterday at the Centenary Church, Stophen's Green-the Rev. James Tobias pre- s~ cing. There was a good attendance of ministers and stewards from the variolls circuits of the
August 18, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE'S TOUR.

THE MARQUIS OF LORNE'S TOUR.

THFE MARQUIS OF LORNE'S TOUR. ri'noM TilS TIMES.5 OOiPJ1OF';NpN-1 S.kurnr ST., Mtims, Lariz SuPri1uon, JanY 23-Itl was at Garden River that we had our first real i powwow--real, that is, as compared with the t "powwow" at Little Current. I am told that gi even at Garden River ver
August 18, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

THE fTWEATHER. Tnsfollowingforecasts, referring to the weather of the easuing tweaty-tour hours. were issued by the AE3teorological Department, Londou, yester- day evening:- 0. Scotland, N. . JEasterly winds, moderate 1. Scotland, N. * and fresh ; cloudy, and 1. Scotland, E. slig
August 18, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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August 18, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M. GAMBETTA'S CHECK.

M. GAMBETTA'S CHECK.

TELEGRAPH.I Paris, Tuesday Evening.—At the meeting this evening, M. Gambetta's entry was at first greeted with apparently unanimous cheering and it seems that the bureau waa regularly constituted. The tumult, which was caused by 300 or 400 obstructor!, only commenced afterwards.
August 18, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEIZURE FOR RENT IN KILCOO.

SEIZURE FOR RENT IN KILCOO.

SEIZURE FOR RENT KILCOO. (From a Correspondent.) Castlewellan, Tuesday Night. In the quiet little townland of Moyad, in the parish of Kilcoo, waa this day enacted a scene which shall long remain memorable in the locality. Mr. Peter Fitzpatrick, P.LG. for the district, refused, pr
August 18, 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland