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SAL E S . BOWDEN—SI, SOUTH MALL, TAKES leave announce to his kind Friends and the Musical Public his Return

SAL E S . BOWDEN—SI, SOUTH MALL, TAKES leave announce to his kind Friends and the Musical Public his Return

from England, and invites Inspection of his Stock of INSTRUMENTS, comprising Cottage, Picoto,Semi-Graml,Grand Square, Grand Action, and improved Patent FIANV FORTES, personally Selected at ihe Manufactories ot Messrs. Collard &'Collar?, Messrs. Broadwood & f Son, and other Estab
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IN SUR AN KS. THE PROTECTOR LIFE ASSOCIATION. OFFICE-35, OLD JEWRY. DIRECTORS. Chairman—Robert Alexander Gray. Esq. Deputy-Chairman.—Nathaniel Gould, Esq. Charles

IN SUR AN KS. THE PROTECTOR LIFE ASSOCIATION. OFFICE-35, OLD JEWRY. DIRECTORS. Chairman—Robert Alexander Gray. Esq. Deputy-Chairman.—Nathaniel Gould, Esq. Charles

Bic'noff, Esq. Richard Harman Lloyd, William Rlount, Esq. Esq. William Cripps, Esq. M.P. Joshua Lockwood, Esq. Jonathan Crocker, Esq. Ralph Charles Price, Esq. Thomas Devas, Esq. Hon. J. Chetwynd Talbot, Robert Hugh Innes, Esq. Q.C. directors (by Rotation) Thomas Boddington, Esq
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INSURANCES. STAR FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, (CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT), 44, MOORGATE STREET BANK, LONDON. CORK AGENCY, 6,

INSURANCES. STAR FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, (CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT), 44, MOORGATE STREET BANK, LONDON. CORK AGENCY, 6,

PATRICK'S QUAY. AGGREGATE CAPITAL, .£600,000. THE " STAR" possesses an efficient Staff of about Six Hundred Agents, and similar number of Medical Refferees throughout Great Britain and Ireland, and transacts large business in Fire and Life Insurances, Survivorships and' Annuitie
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOUNTMELLICK PETTY SESSIONS-Monday.

MOUNTMELLICK PETTY SESSIONS-Monday.

Magistrates present—Major Johnson, Wm. Pigott, and Samuel Sheane, Esqrs. Important Case as regards Poor Rates.—Andrew Keating summoned Mr. Richard Goodbody of this town for having rescued donkey and cart, seized lor poor rates." It appears that the premises formerly held by'the
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATO CROP—BANDON UNION

THE POTATO CROP—BANDON UNION

The Guardians held their weekly meeting in the on Wednesday, John Wheeler, jun,, J.P., Esq., in the chair. The attendance of Guardians was small, owing to the inclemency of the weather. State ofthe House—Admitted during the week, 11 ; number at the end of last week, 332—343. Dis
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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INQUEST ON THE EARL OF PORTARLINGTON.

INQUEST ON THE EARL OF PORTARLINGTON.

weanesaay inquiry took place before William Carter, Esq., in the drawing-room of the residence of Earl of Parurlington, in the Kennington-road, to the death of that nobleman. The jury having viewed the body, which was lying an adjoining room, Miss S. Barr was examined, and state
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Herrings, Wick, Dkc. 17—The herring market 1 Ireland is rather dull at present but not over full j . .l.

Herrings, Wick, Dkc. 17—The herring market 1 Ireland is rather dull at present but not over full j . .l.

_ _:„.'„ marker heinfi' all SOld. f no doubt ot the herrings in tne raarßt ' barrel Fish-curers here are engaging boats at 10* i p _ and bounty, and some as high » - ,his-i S about two higher than given last ' l long since oder for stand arms was received this , own government,
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ., OF THE ENGLISH BAR.

THE LATE JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ., OF THE ENGLISH BAR.

(From the Jurist.) We are unwilling that the death of this lamented gentleman should simply stand recorded in our pages, without a brief testimony to his fame as one of the most accomplished lawyers of our time. He was of a respectable Irish family, and completed his education a
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A VISIT TO DARRYNANE.

A VISIT TO DARRYNANE.

VISIT TO DARRYNANE. (By William Howitt in Tftt's Magazine.) But says some curious inquirer, how Ho the people seem his own neighbourhood ? < Are they better off than elsewhere?" This is ticklish ground. Every one knows that O'Connell as the centre of one of the greatest movements
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

Lord Metcalfe, who we are happy to say continues to improve in his health, and is now much better than he has been for some time past, under the able professional skill and advice of Sir Benjamin Brodie and Dr. Martin, who was his lordship's physician in India, and to consult wh
05 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland