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FINDING OF A DEAD BODY.

FINDING OF A DEAD BODY.

To-day, at eleven o’clock, whilst the steam dredge of the Belfast Harbour Commissioners was cleansing the river, opposite to the Fleetwood Steamboat Company’s shed, the body of a woman was picked up in one of the buckets. The deceased must have lain some time in the river, as de
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT AND THE MILITIA.

GOVERNMENT AND THE MILITIA.

It is stated in military circles that one of the measures which the Secretary of State for War intends introducing this session, should there be fair prospect of time for its consideration, will have reference to the reorganization of the militia. Nothing is said as to the time
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW BLACK ROD.

THE NEW BLACK ROD.

We find it stated that Col. Talbot, at present Sergeant-at-Anns in the House of Lords, will probably be appointed Usher of the Black Rod. Colonel Talbot is brother-in-law of the Earl of Derby. THIS DAY’S POLICE.
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DISORDERLY.

DISORDERLY.

Robert G. Little, carter, was charged by Sub- Constable M'Mahon with having been drunk and disorderly and fighting in Union Street yesterday evening. The prisoner was also charged with having assaulted the constable, by kicking him, after being taken into custody. The Court fine
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESERTION.

DESERTION.

James Smith was put forward in custody of Sub-Constable Peter M'Cabe, charged with being deserter from the 14th Regiment, now stationed in Belfast. The constable stated that he arrested the prisoner yesterday from description which had received. In reply the constable, the priso
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOI'RTII EDITION

FOI'RTII EDITION

SPECIAL TBLEdKAikl.j A RADICAL DODGE, With reference to the statement published in the Times this morning, that Colonel Bourne, M.P. for Evesham, intended resigning his seat in favour of the Solicitor-General, Col. Bourn© telegraphs to the Central News:—“No truth whatever in the
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING A STRANDED VESSEL.

FLOATING A STRANDED VESSEL.

A Liverpool tug, in charge of Captain Arthur, of the UnJerwriters’ Association, arrived off the Wexford coast, and proceeded to Tacumshone, whore the Liverpool iron barqne Ullock was stranded a few days previously, on her voyage from Cardiff to Anger, in Java, with a cargo of ov
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CLAIMANT.

THE CLAIMANT.

On the introduction of the Prison’s Bill, Dr. Kenealy took advantage of the opportunity to give the House a pathetic description of the sufferings of his late client at Dartmoor. He described, in strain of eloquence which was intended to effective, but wfis only grotesque, the c
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAST NIGHT’S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT’S PARLIAMENT.

In the House of Lords last night, their lordships agreed to the motion of the Archbishop of Canterbury for the reappointment of a Select Committee, which sat last session, to inquire into the prevalence of habits of intemperance, and into the manner in which those habits have be
February 10, 1877 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland