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ENCUMBERED ESTATES' COURT.—JAN. 15.

ENCUMBERED ESTATES' COURT.—JAN. 15.

ENCITIMBERED ESTATES' COURT.-JAkN. 15. COUNTS' OF WEXFORD.-Tsi. MOUNTTNORRIS ESTATES. AT twelve o'clock, Baron Richards entered the Court for the purpose of submitting to public auction the estate of the Earl of Mountnorris, and, at that hour, there was a great number of gentleme
19 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

i1jt CONDITION OF IRELAND. (From the Morning Herald.) InurLAND, at the close of the fifth year of the Earl of Clarendon's administration, presents an aspect which, however dreadful and appalling, might have been openly predicted as the inevitable consequence of the system of gove
16 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

-l i. 4J'wtru. - - , I THE IVY IN THE DUNGEON. Tni ivy in a dungeon grew, Unfed by rain, uneleered by dew; Its pallid leaflets only drank Cave-moistures foul and odours dank. But through the dungeon-grating high There fell a sunbeam from the sly; It slipt upon the grateful floor
16 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The American intelligence of Monday's Timet contains the following announcement of local interest:— " The steamer St. George hid been

The American intelligence of Monday's Timet contains the following announcement of local interest:— " The steamer St. George hid been

bought at New York, to ply between Liverpool, Cork, and St. John's, New Brunswick." While Mr. Wagstaff has yet to mate good his word, and while circumstances have transpired, such as even in the opinion of those who believe he will ultimately do so, to take away considerably fro
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Seed, corn merchant, dealer and chapman, late of the firm of Alsop and Company, corn merchants and brokers, of Eden-quay, to surrender on Friday, the 30th of and on Friday, the 27th day of February. William Emerson, of Belfast, in the county of Antrim, corn and general merc
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
O UTH AND AGE. (For the Cork KxamunrrJ When thy youth hath lo«t its gladneaa, When ita drrimi life are

O UTH AND AGE. (For the Cork KxamunrrJ When thy youth hath lo«t its gladneaa, When ita drrimi life are

o'er. When its joys are bent with sadneas. And ita wreath's are worn more. When the glided cord that bound thee To the flowers of mortal mould, Hath withdrawn ita claap from round thee When auch flowers more unfold, Grieve not then for youth's endearment, Seek to dream ita dream
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The letter which we were authorised to promise for this day, now subjoin. The writer, Mr. Mahk O'Brien, is well

The letter which we were authorised to promise for this day, now subjoin. The writer, Mr. Mahk O'Brien, is well

known, not only in this city and county, but in most of the principal towns of this Province, to which his business pursuits frequently carry liim, as a man of equal intelligence and integrity. TO THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir,—l regret having been compelled to leave home im
16 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLINASLOE UNION-MORE PROSELYTISM.

BALLINASLOE UNION-MORE PROSELYTISM.

IPoor Law Commission Office, Dublin, 20th Dec. 1851. Key. Sir—The Commissioners for Administering Laws for Relief of the Poor in Ireland, have had before then rour communication of the 4th instant, in reply to their etter of the 2d instant, in reference to the complaint of the *
16 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE WATEREORD MAIL. Sir—Permit me, through the medium of your paper, the privilege of returning thinks

TO THE EDITOR OF THE WATEREORD MAIL. Sir—Permit me, through the medium of your paper, the privilege of returning thinks

to the Rev. Peter Duno, of Templeton, for his untiring exertions,in his clerical capacity, in restoring lost property, and preventing plunder from the wreck of the ill-fated vessel commanded me. With much pleasure 1 publicly mention an extraordinary act of honesty on the part of
16 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. St* —The case of the Megtera is almost bid as the preserved meats. She

TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. St* —The case of the Megtera is almost bid as the preserved meats. She

seems to have been started in a most disgraceful manner, and. if I mistake not, she one of the iron steamers that could neither carry her engines nor annament. The Vulcan is another, end you might have added the Sidon, which, after having had a complete refit at the Portsmouth f
19 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland