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CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

Import*. 14.-33 bald leather, 3JO ban iron,« butts yeaat, 54 lemons, J casks line, bundles hoops, ban, nails, 30 bags sugar, fi crstes earthenware, >7 bags rice 35 boxes 45 drums llgs, 15 raiaina, chests tea, 189 boxes in casks soap, 30 barrels plaster, 185 bags guano, caaka oil
19 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN LEGAL AND HISTORICAL DEBATING SOCIETY.

DUBLIN LEGAL AND HISTORICAL DEBATING SOCIETY.

Jddren tlclireretl the President, Edward Sullivan, Hsu , UarrUler-at-Lav, on opening Night of the Session, 1851-2. (iKXTLEMEN, Honoured as 1 have been with your confidence, I cannot occupy the Presidential Chair without addressing a few observations upon the present posture of o
16 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MUNITIONS OF WAR FOR THE KAFIRS.

MUNITIONS OF WAR FOR THE KAFIRS.

The following statement appears in the Cork Constitution of yesterday. We (Evening Mail) do not, of course, vouch for its truth ; but we received an intimation two days ago to the same effect ; and parties were also mentioned, the chapmen of this traffic, upon whom, without the
16 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STRIKE—LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE STRIKE—LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

On Monday, a letter was forwarded to Lord Ingettre from the Executive Council of the Amalgamated Society 0 f Engineers, in reply to letter of hU Lordship in which he recommended the settlement of the dispute by arbitration The Society of Engineers state that they have already ma
16 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
auctions. auction op sugars. H. HALL will Offer for SALE by AUCTION, . or. TUESDAY NEXT, the 20lh Instant, it

auctions. auction op sugars. H. HALL will Offer for SALE by AUCTION, . or. TUESDAY NEXT, the 20lh Instant, it

their COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, at 1 o'clock, to c jte pj ne white Benares Sugar, Bally Khal do. January 16, 1852, AUCTION OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Mr. PENNINGTON respectfully informs the Poblic ■hat be has been instrucied to SELL AUCTION, . ||, e Residence of Captain Si'kino, near S
19 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Spanish Bondholders—A deputation from the committee Spaoish bondholders, opposed to the confiscatory conversion of their claims on the Spanish

The Spanish Bondholders—A deputation from the committee Spaoish bondholders, opposed to the confiscatory conversion of their claims on the Spanish

Exchequer, at least so far as the coupons are concerned, confiscating, consisting of Sir J. F. Fitzgerald, K.C.8.; Benjamin Oliveira, Esq.,F.R.S.; and Henry Tindal Atkinson, accompanied by tbe honorary secretary, J. M. Deere, Esq., waited upon Lord Granville yesterday, at tbe Fo
16 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS—FRIDAY, JANUARY. 16.

DUBLIN MARKETS—FRIDAY, JANUARY. 16.

Provisions.—The baoon market had good supply of goods this week; sales brisk ; prices looking op; *ll diposed of. Spitaleields—Bacon, per cwt., Od to 45s Od; buns, 38s to 40s; pigs' cheeks, Od to 34s Od; bladdsred lard, 49s Od Od; export butter, 65s 4d to 80s Od per cwt; open bu
16 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE—FRIDAY JAN. 16.

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE—FRIDAY JAN. 16.

bad but few samples of flrst farmer's whsat at this day's mar. and advance about »d per barrel was obtained. Barley and oats were better supply, and brought the currencies of Full prices were demanded for foreign wheat, but few trans, actions occurred. There was rather more dema
16 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OELMONT BOARDING-SCHOOL, STILLORGAN. DOCTOR SMYTH, (Fellow and Vice-President of the Academic Association,) Principal. As may seen & reference to the

OELMONT BOARDING-SCHOOL, STILLORGAN. DOCTOR SMYTH, (Fellow and Vice-President of the Academic Association,) Principal. As may seen & reference to the

printed Report of the Christinas Examinations, to bad at the School, the distinctions former Pupils in the Dublin University and Queen's College Cork, for general knowledge and practical information, will show the efficiency and usefulness of the comprehensive character In. ■tra
16 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WORKING SECRETARY.

THE WORKING SECRETARY.

A letter appears in the Guardian from Mr. Wilberforck, the Secretary of the Catholic Defence Society, who, at the period of its date (January 3), was still at Rugby. It was stated at the time of his election, that he had attached himself to that station, as a porter in fustian j
21 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland