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The Cork Examiner.

The Cork Examiner.

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 33, 1862. Although we are perfectly satisfied that the selfish opposition DOW offered to the Improvement Bill will avail nothing, still we desire to exhibit the utter futility of the 30 called arguments of the oppositionists, and the groundlessness of the
23 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BATHOS IN FAMILY PATRONAGE.

THE BATHOS IN FAMILY PATRONAGE.

find the following statement in the Irish correspondence of the Morning Chronicle .— 44 Marshad thr Four Courts.-On Saturday last Capt. Somerville, brother of 3ir William Somerville, Bart., Chief Secretary for Ireland, entered upon hia duties as marshal the prison connected with
23 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. fW The entrance to lie Editor's Room of this Office uitl henceforward be by the private door in Fan!tenets

NOTICE. fW The entrance to lie Editor's Room of this Office uitl henceforward be by the private door in Fan!tenets

Lane, formerly leading to the rooms the Protestant Operative Auociatim.
23 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST—Monday.

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST—Monday.

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST— Monday. per Cent. Consols .. „ .. .. 96i Do. Act., Feb. 12 .. 96J 97 Si per Cent. Stock .. .. 972 Do. Act., Feb. 13 .. .. .. .. Mid. Gt. Westn. 5 per Cent, of years .. 10! Hibernian Rank .. .. .. .. .. 30 National Bank .. .. .. ... .. 17! Patrio
14 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The list time alarm was raised about the state of the national defences, it was found to have owed its

The list time alarm was raised about the state of the national defences, it was found to have owed its

existence chiefly to the indefatigable activity of a powder merchant who bad a large stock on hand. Circumstances have so far altered since then so as to render it unnecessary to seek, for an explanation in self-interest of the renewal of the alarm the present time. Already all
14 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. The entrance to the Editor't Room of Office trill henceforward if the private door in Faulkener'i Lane, formerly leading

NOTICE. The entrance to the Editor't Room of Office trill henceforward if the private door in Faulkener'i Lane, formerly leading

to the room of the Protestant Operative Association.
19 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FERMOY UNION—Wednesday.

FERMOY UNION—Wednesday.

Richard Carroi.i., Esq., Chairman. The other Guardians present—lti in all—were John G. Na>on, JP-; J°hn Peard ; William S. Austen, J.P.; Henry Peard, J.P.; Spotiswood Howies, J.P.; James Morrogh; Henry John W. W. Nason; Michael Mackey; John Kirhy; Denis Downing; John O'Sullivan
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE LEADERS OF THE COUNTRY PARTY.

MEETING OF THE LEADERS OF THE COUNTRY PARTY.

Se»" of the leaders of the Country party were entertain« Burghleigh House, Stamford, during the past *t<M of Exeter, previous to the commence, went of the arliamentarv session. Amongst those present were the Earl of Derby, the Duke of Montrose, the Earl of Malmesbury, the Marqui
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CASE OF MR. CHAMBRE.

THE CASE OF MR. CHAMBRE.

The following is the surgeons' report :— Wednesday Morning—Mr. Chambrc has had a very good tiitht. The delirium much less. The inflammation of the eye and neighbouring structure is so much diminished that have been able to trace the course of the pellet into the eye, and have re
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOVELTY IN TEA ! JOHN NhWSOM & SON have succeeded in obtaining a supply of the same description of TEA,

NOVELTY IN TEA ! JOHN NhWSOM & SON have succeeded in obtaining a supply of the same description of TEA,

as was selected for, and on view, at the Great Exhibition, peculiar as being THE FINEST TEA IMPORTED into Great Britain for some time past, and, although it Cost an unusually high Price, they are now offering it to their Customers at ss. 2d. per lb. for Cash. Smallest quantity s
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland