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H THE EXODUS

H THE EXODUS

THE EXODUS It extraordinary that with the constant flew ef tha people (torn this country—at the rale, certainty, of about 800,000 annuallythe marketable raloe of land baa been inemsiog, and wage*, which on* might naturally infer, have been advancing, but no mean* to rapidly one m
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN

THE QUEEN

What w« should see her Majesty after all! More unlikely things have happened. don’t expect her the opening, bat before the Exhibition closes not impossible she will honor with a visit. She evidently takes very lively interest in it She watches its progress with the eye of no ind
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SERIOUS RIOT AT THE CORK WORKHOUSE.

SERIOUS RIOT AT THE CORK WORKHOUSE.

On Sunday evening the Cork Union Workhouse was the theatre of vory disgraceful riot, which has already produced serious consequences, and which has not even yet entirely subsided. The facts are briefly as follow: About three o'clock on Sunday evening, Mr. Star, the new master of
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
and Mr. Fox, arrived half-past nine and remained on the premises. At about half-past six o'clock yesterday morning, the anticipated

and Mr. Fox, arrived half-past nine and remained on the premises. At about half-past six o'clock yesterday morning, the anticipated

outbreak was commenced. A vast number of the female rioters, with some hundreds of the boys, managed to escape from confinement, and filled all the passages, breaking and smashing everything they came aear, and beating every one who attempted to force them back. Sub-inspector Mo
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO TBK BET. H. MARSHALL.

TO TBK BET. H. MARSHALL.

Glanmire, Cork, May 6th, 1852. Sm—Having been at Charlotte-quay Chapel yemrdaf, and beard yon state that the doctrine of the Incarnation is not recognized or acknowledged by the Cbnrch of England: I was six years Oxford, and brought within her pale, and did not meet one of her B
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OPERATIONS IN WATERKLOOF.

THE OPERATIONS IN WATERKLOOF.

The following account of the recent operations this redoubtable fastness will found to embrace a very well connected account of the whole movement On the 10th of March we left Blakeway** farm for the Waterkloof, leaving behind the wagons and a strong camp guard. We posted our gu
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BB BBT.

TO BB BBT.

TO BBT. For meek Term may be agreed on. THE LANDS of GLOSSES, lately the of Demis Cabboll, situate Fair HiljflEia 10 Miontes’ walk of the Butter Weigh-honse, of Cork, not subject to City Taxation, eonßutOTt about 82 Acres. Thera is good House and plentiful supply of Spring Water
11 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MEDICINES.

MEDICINES.

TENDERS for Supplying tlie different Dispenwrie* the above Union, under the Medical Charities Act, MEDICINES AND MEDICAL APPLIANCES, to the 29th September next, will considered the Board of Guardians on Saturday, the 16th day May, "The Medicines, &c., must delivered carriage fre
11 May 1852 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ti.pt Montt is now here receiving the hos- Valparaiso. His reception must have • kShlr tsratifving to him, and the

ti.pt Montt is now here receiving the hos- Valparaiso. His reception must have • kShlr tsratifving to him, and the

peno.l of f**i?Wa» particularly auspicious on account . rATanusual number ships of w «'‘ in t > « isisliih souadron, consisting of the I ortland wicAmphltrltc-, D*dalus, Dido frigate the iSJiteamfrigate. the French frigate lene- American frigate Raritan, the Swedish SirEugeneo,
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO OTJE All subscriptions advertisements due to the late Profrictors of the Belfast Mercantile Register, are requested to be paid

TO OTJE All subscriptions advertisements due to the late Profrictors of the Belfast Mercantile Register, are requested to be paid

to Me. JOHN SEED, Corn-Exchange, Belfast. IBth February, 1852.
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland