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D BV_WUB.SE .

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BV_WUB.SE . WANTS A SITUATION DRY NURSE, or to take charge of Grown CtfldAn, Steady Active Woman of experience Young Children, end whose testimonials will be found satisfactory as to character and capability. Address M. S., at Mr. MAnna’s, Now 12, Patrick- Stret, Cork. 0088 AMO B
20 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

Slit—At the present moment, when the subject of national defence occupies so large share of public attention, allow roe to snggest, through the columns of your paper, that the Militia should be trained nod organized Rifle corps. If they were practised few weeks every year in fir
20 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE AMAZON.

LOSS OF THE AMAZON.

On Saturday, the directors and other gentlemen engaged in the investigation of the circumstances connected with this melancenoly catoastrophe resumed their inquiry at Southamp- ton, Wm. Angus, the second engineer, was the principal wit- ness examined. He stated that ho did not t
20 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Annua. Pre- Sum Assured ndum on CI'HH) iu the Britannia Office* dividing Olfice for the profit*. same Premium without

The Annua. Pre- Sum Assured ndum on CI'HH) iu the Britannia Office* dividing Olfice for the profit*. same Premium without

protits. £ !*. £ 20 15 10 1,344 23 1.336 26 2 1,313 18 2 1,280 38 19 2 1,233
20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mediate Bonus secured by the Britannia Company, on a Policy

mediate Bonus secured by the Britannia Company, on a Policy

20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH CELTS.

THE IRISH CELTS.

Everything which we have been taught to regard as the impersonation of the spirit of evil is this moment rams pantl.T triumphant. Tyranny among princes, license and corruption among the military, servility and meannes, among civilians, punishments without crime and peijories wit
20 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUGHAL UNION—FaiDAT.

YOUGHAL UNION—FaiDAT.

YOUGHAL UNION— FaiDAT. State the House.—ln the house last week, 1,349; during week, 147—1,496; discharged 27; died 1_28; rem«inine; January 10th, 1,408. Cost of provisions, j£6s 12s ; average cost, 10Jd. The Yonghal Relieving Oflßcer reported that Thomas Lawe, a highly respectabl
20 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

THE CORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

We see, by the Belfast papers, that cunsi lerable dissa* tisfaction prevails among the merchants of that town at e insufficient steam accoinmo.latiou provided for them by th e Cork Steam Ship Company, who have got a monopoly the transit trade with Liverpool. A correspondent of t
20 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUTY COFFEE REDUCED. WHITE. FAIRCHILD, !: CO’S. PATENT CONCENTRATED COFFEES, in lib., Jib., Jib., anil 2oz. Packages. PATEN MOUNTAIN BERRY,

DUTY COFFEE REDUCED. WHITE. FAIRCHILD, !: CO’S. PATENT CONCENTRATED COFFEES, in lib., Jib., Jib., anil 2oz. Packages. PATEN MOUNTAIN BERRY,

10d per pound. X PATENT TURKEY, 6d „ FINEST JAMAICA. 2d „ I common complaint that, while Excellent Coffee may purchased occasionally from dealers, at other times it ve-’y inferior, ,he qual'ty ot the Article depending, great length litue it is being exposed the atmosphere roasli
20 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE RECREATION.

FASHIONABLE RECREATION.

During the recent festive season, Tynan Abbey, the seat of that hospitable Baronet, Sir James M. Stronge, was a scene of intellectual interest and amusement. Dramatic performances were got up in excellent style by some members of the numerous family circle assembled on the occas
20 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland