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VOL. XXXI.—No. 4,711.

VOL. XXXI.—No. 4,711.

01 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IN Conscquenc# of th* RESIGNATION of DOCTOR JERVOIS, the Board of their Meeting, on FRIDAY, the 7th Day of Elect

IN Conscquenc# of th* RESIGNATION of DOCTOR JERVOIS, the Board of their Meeting, on FRIDAY, the 7th Day of Elect

aduly Qualified MEDJCAL OFFICER Workhouse, at a Salary of £lOO per annum. The Guardians will not pay for the Assistance of Apothecary if his services should required. Sealed applications addressed to the Chairman will ba received by me up to 12 o’Clock on said day. Order, P. KEN
01 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
“CO. OF LIMERICK." ANNUAL AUCTION OF PUREBOHN BULLS. SHORT -'OAT, the

“CO. OF LIMERICK." ANNUAL AUCTION OF PUREBOHN BULLS. SHORT -'OAT, the

“CO. OF LIMERICK." ANNUAL AUCTION OF PUREBOHN BULLS. SHORT-'OAT, -'OAT, the JAMES MARSHALL again highly Eoreiit Maxwkli, Esq., to Sail served AUCTION, ISLANDMORE, on lithofMAY, 2 Highly-Iwfd Two-year Old BULLS, 7 Superior Yearling do. The high character of Mr. Mazwkll Breeder of
01 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RIBBONISM IN LONGFORD.

RIBBONISM IN LONGFORD.

RIBBONISM LONGFORD. It lone been suspected that the head qnartm of Ribboslara were to be found in Longford. During the year 183 y. when the Ribbon system was in active operation In Meath. South Cavao, and parts of Monaghan. It waa alleged that the Grand Ribbon Lodge held its In M
01 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DAYS GONE BY

DAYS GONE BY

Though charge to-day with ft eel ness, Though to morrow’s aky, There's melancholy sweetness the name days gone by. Yes, though Time has laid his finger Oo them, still with attaining eye There are spot* where can Unger, Sacred to the days gone by. Oft memory glance ranging Orer s
01 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SITUATION, » LAND STEWARD, aa active MAN, a oative of Perthshire, who uodentaods his Business, all Its Branches, and his

SITUATION, » LAND STEWARD, aa active MAN, a oative of Perthshire, who uodentaods his Business, all Its Branches, and his

wife is folly qualified for the managemeat ofjt Dairy; will engage singly if required* / pg-office, Cecilatown, Mallow, den Quay, and Pins Street, C 1075) Please apply to or to Mr. M Cork.
01 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

loactro. OH, SPEAVK NOT HARSHLY! To Youth not harshly! since the wound Upon the sapling green Still scars the ancient oak which hath Its fourscore winters seen. Oh! soon, full soon doth sorrow chill; Full soon the dark clouds lower; Why shouldst thou tear thus ruthlessly The peta
07 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PRESBYTERY.

BELFAST PRESBYTERY.

BELFAST PR.ESBYTEftY. Yrsi'rm:nmv, the Presbytery of B1elfast met ir the Rev. Dr. Morgau's church, Fisherwick Place, as a visitation Presbytery, the Rev. Dr. Wilson, moderator. The usual questions were put to Dr. Morgan, which were all answered in the most satisfactory manner, bo
05 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Law.

Law.

tab. COURT OF QUEEX'S BENCII.-DuBLIN, Mo1NDAY. Torlilt v. Quirey. TIIIwas an action olt a bill of exchange brought by the indorseoe agninst the acceptor, for a sunm of £12, and was tried before Judgc 13all, in the Consolidated-Nivi Prius Court, in IHilary Term. A conditional orde
05 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Army, &c.

The Army, &c.

?? 3Cre laun, &c. PROMOTIONS AND ENXCHANGES, I W.VLt- Op-eti,'jt Araij, 30. 2pd Dragoon GuaIrds- Lieut. J. Clements to be Ad- jutant, vice Haviland, proiroted to all unattached coin- pauy without purchase. L4th Dragoons--Licut. J. M. Webb to be Captain, by purchase, vice Lane, wh
05 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland