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BELFAST FINE ARTS SOCIETY.

BELFAST FINE ARTS SOCIETY.

SA ~, A -1 a k ARTS bCIETY.* aRAN.I' E WIBTO OFPA*GS A scexAT. proof of the tapfidity wivth -Nhic-h a taste for Art, andl anl apprecratton of the value of its influence upon tise character of the eommuni4', are exctendingl among us, is afforded by the fact that there is now ready
April 17, 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.—SATURDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.—SATURDAY.

BELFAST PO)LiCE COURT.-S.kTtnoD.m. [IMoef S. G. FarNox. 2sq, ill the Chair; and XV. S TrACcY. Sq., RI. 3I.] Good Friday, being a holiday, tho Court did not sit anti the number of custody cases awaitin7 a hearing on Saturday morning was, iL1 consequence, considerablh laiger than u
April 17, 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RIBBON MARTYRS OF THE ROMISH CHURCH.

THE RIBBON MARTYRS OF THE ROMISH CHURCH.

THE RIBBON MARTYRS OF THE ROIMISH Cl-lURei. Wa rightly guaged the depths of public feeling when we drew the natural inference fromr the narrative of the recent execution of Mr. Bateson's murderers at Monaghan. We might, indeed, have expatiated more freely on the characteristics o
April 17, 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLONIAL CHURCH AND SCHOOL SOCIETY.

COLONIAL CHURCH AND SCHOOL SOCIETY.

COLONIAL CHURCH AN\D SCHOOL SOCIETY. rUJJLAO MzETING. A iims.ulic mneeting, for the purpose of promoting the objects of this societv. was held yesterday, in the eWel- lington Hall, at oilj olclochi. The attendance was pretty numerous, and consisted principally of ladies. We obser
February 22, 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUMOURED RELEASE OF MR. W. S. O'BRIEN.

RUMOURED RELEASE OF MR. W. S. O'BRIEN.

RUNMOURED RlELEASE OF MR. W. S. O'BRIEN. Tim Liverpool Courier states-on what authority it does not mention-that Lord Aberdeen's Government has resolved upon the liberation of the leader of the insurrection of 184S. The statement is so far worthy of credit, that the journal which
February 22, 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

HARBOUR COVM1MISSION.S E 1R S. Tim. usual fortnig'htly mreeting, of this Board was held yesterda-y. There wvere ?? thle follniwing mem- her'S:-Mr." Marrisoln (in thle chair); -,:dee rs. Pirrie, Clarke, dl'Teat', Ileyn, Thomnson, laotHeroin, Graingor, M'GI ore, Henderson, and Curr
February 22, 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Kimperial oarliamient. UOUSE OF LORDS. Thurseday, March 14.. The LoRD CIeAoeCesLsOR toolk his seat upon the woolsack at rive o'clock, though Ice appeared to ha in rather weak lcaalth. q'TUE CONVICTS PRISON BILL. Earl GREY "icioced the second reading of the Convicts Prison Bill, t
March 19, 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

fforcigll 31ntcligentt. AMIfERICA. ARtIvAL O F THE ARCTIC. LItVERPOOL, THURSDAY, JAN. 1.-By the arrival of the United States mail steam-ship Arctic, Luce, com- mander, we have received advices from New York to the 20th ult. She has 371,440 dollars in specie, on freight, and thirt
January 5, 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Reviews.

Reviews.

ArbirW5, No. 6. TnE JUDGMENT OF TIE PAPACY, AND Tn9 REIGN OF RIGHTEOUSNEss. By the Rev. Dr. flduston, Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Knock'--. bracken. Paisley: Alexander Gardner. Belfast: W. M'GComb, G. Philips, and M. Pollock. WE have been much gratified by the per
January 5, 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH SHIPPING TRADE IN THE EAST.— EFFECT OF THE REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

BRITISH SHIPPING TRADE IN THE EAST.— EFFECT OF THE REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

BRITISHJ SHIPPING TRADE IN THE EAST.- EFFECT OF 'THE REPEAL OF THE NAVI- GATION LAWSS. NOTWITHLSTANjDNG certain isolated instances of appa- rent prosperity in the Shipping Trade, adduced from the increase in-the number of vessels employed, or the amount of tonnage registered, at
February 24, 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland