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A meeting of magistrates and Poor Law Guardian! waa held yesterday in tbe County Gaol for 'the purpose of investigating

A meeting of magistrates and Poor Law Guardian! waa held yesterday in tbe County Gaol for 'the purpose of investigating

the cause of the late riotous proceedings in the workhouse, and also receiving informations against the prisoners taken into custody on Sunday and Monday at the workhouse. Amongst the magistrates and guardians in ittendance were—T. R. Sarsfield, J.P.; G. White, J.P.; Adam Newman
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS AND HOUSES. BEECH HILL, GLANMIRE ROAD, ONE MILE OF CORK BARRACKS. mOTBE LI lately occ TTBE LET FURNISHED, the

LANDS AND HOUSES. BEECH HILL, GLANMIRE ROAD, ONE MILE OF CORK BARRACKS. mOTBE LI lately occ TTBE LET FURNISHED, the

House at Beech Hill, lately occupied by Col. Beresford, affording accommodation for a large respectable Family. Apply at the House. If not Let Furnished it would be Let on Lease, for any number of years, on such terms as may be agreed on. It includes Acres of ground. Or the Inte
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICtS. THEATRE ROYAL, COOK-ST. By Permit the Right Worshipful W. B. Hacutt, Esq. Mayor. ON thiVEvening, FRIDAY, MAY 14th,

PUBLIC NOTICtS. THEATRE ROYAL, COOK-ST. By Permit the Right Worshipful W. B. Hacutt, Esq. Mayor. ON thiVEvening, FRIDAY, MAY 14th,

1852, Mr. Alb Croft's last Concert. kind permission of the Commanding Officer and Officers of the Ist Royals, the splendid Band of the Regt. will perform, on which occasion Mrs. Alban Croft will introduce selections from Sonambula, the Bohemian Girl, Cinderella, 6fc. and Sing on
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MASONIC BAZAAB. NOTICE. THE COMMITTEE tor Conducting the Grand Fancy Bazaar, in aid of the Maaonic Female Orphan Aijflon having

MASONIC BAZAAB. NOTICE. THE COMMITTEE tor Conducting the Grand Fancy Bazaar, in aid of the Maaonic Female Orphan Aijflon having

determined on Postponing ontil after the Open, in; of the Great National Exhibition, due notice will be gi»en day* on which the Bazaar will be held. Ladies and others interested the above Charity are earnestly requested to forward their contributions to the care Mrs. Blackuan, t
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Proceedings in Parliament.

Proceedings in Parliament.

PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OF THE WEEK. House or Lords.—Jewish Disabilities. House op Commons.—The Budget—Constitution for New Zealand—The Militia Bill—Adjourned Debate on ditto—lrish Tenant Right Bill—Militia Bill. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Friday, April 30. GENERAL ROSAS. The Earl of Malmesbury
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
The Court.

The Court.

The Queen and Prince Albert (with their suite*) ircompanied by the Prince Wales, Prince Alfred, the Princess Royal, and the Princess Alice, visited the Royal Academy, Trafalgar-square the day before the opening; they were received Sir C. Eastlake, the president. The royal party
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Opinions of the Press.

Opinions of the Press.

"One great distinction between well-informed man and a fool is. that the former examines both sides of every question while the latter is afraid to look upon more than one.' NATIONAL DEFENCES. (From the Times.) The question of national defences is proverbially prolific of divers
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

The "new Lord Lieutenant" causes much uneasiness to the Clarendon set bj the headway he making; and the; have engaged the old Orunticle (as the Times once wickedly named the Morning Chronicle), to mutter their portentous discontent. His Excellences universal popularity they are
10 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLINASLOE FAlR.—Fridat, MAT 7. This important fair held on Thursday, was not quit* so large as last year's, but the

BALLINASLOE FAlR.—Fridat, MAT 7. This important fair held on Thursday, was not quit* so large as last year's, but the

demand and prices were fully good, and on the whole a shade better. Sheep did not fetch as high was anticipated, but, nevertheless, went ofT fair prices. Black cattle were in good demand and brought a slight advance upon last year's price.. The following were the prlucip.l sales
10 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

His Excellency the Earl of Eglinton entertained the following party at dinner, at the Viceregal Lodge, last evening:—The Lord Mayor, Earl of Howtb, Earl of Bective, the Lord Chief Justice, Master of the Rolls, Chief Justice Monahan, Lord Chief Baron, the Right Hon. the Recorder,
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland