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IMPORTANT LECTURE OF CARDINAL WISEMAN.

IMPORTANT LECTURE OF CARDINAL WISEMAN.

(from the Telegraph.) Cardinal Wiseman delivered a lecture at Bath, on Sunday evening last, on Convents or Nunneries," in answer to a lecture recently delivered in that city by the Rev. Ilobart Seymour. The admission was ticket, half-a-crown each; but nowithstanding this, such w
02 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE ARREST OF DR. PLUMMER.

THE LATE ARREST OF DR. PLUMMER.

have received late number of the New York Herald, dated May 11, which contains the following additional par. ticulars of the above case : the recent elopement case— money refunded back TO THE OWNER THE YOUNG LADY CONSENTS TO RETURN HOME TO HER PARENTS. gave an account in Saturda
02 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR THE TIMES. Sir, —As it is evident, from letters that are continually appearing in

EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR THE TIMES. Sir, —As it is evident, from letters that are continually appearing in

your columns, that great misapprehension exists the public mind to the regulations under which emigrants are allowed free passages to Australia, am directed by the Colonial Laud and Emigration Commissioners to inclose a copy of the existing regulations and to add the folic wing
02 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Dublin and Kingston Railway.—The number of passengers on Whit-Mnnday, exclusively of subscribers, on this line was, 17,515 ; the amount

Dublin and Kingston Railway.—The number of passengers on Whit-Mnnday, exclusively of subscribers, on this line was, 17,515 ; the amount

received £2*28 13s. 4d. Kingstown and Dalkey.—Number of passengers, 6,155 ; amount received, 7s. 4d.
04 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Liverpool, Tuesday.—The temporary roof of the Corn Exchange, which ia being enlarged, fell in about an hour after business had

Liverpool, Tuesday.—The temporary roof of the Corn Exchange, which ia being enlarged, fell in about an hour after business had

commenced, and put a stop to further transactions for the day. Many of the persons in the Exchange at the time were slightly lamed, or had their arms, &c., hurt. The roof is composed of wood and glass, and some blame seems to be attached to the builders. A full investigation wil
04 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE CORN TRADE. The weather daring the early part of the week continued wet and broken, and timet even cold and unseasonable. We have now, however, some indications of a change for the better, and we trust that may be favonred with some bright sunshine, which would of incalculab
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.

Mary Drexcitt, executrix of Williim Drewitt, v. The City of Dublin Steam Packet Company. This was an action brought by the plaintiff, under the provisions of the 9th and 10th Vic., chap. 93, act introduced by Lord Campbell, for the purpose of enabling the representatives of part
21 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES (IRELAND).

INCUMBERED ESTATES (IRELAND).

Return to m Order of the Hon. the How of Comment, dated 28M May, 1852. Report the Proceedings of the Incumbered Estates Court, from the Commencement, to the 28th day of May 1852:— The gross number of petitions for the sale of estates preaented since the institution of the court,
21 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Proceedings in Parliament.

Proceedings in Parliament.

PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OF THE WEEK. of Lords.—Halifax and Quebec Railway—Convention between France and England. of Commons.—The New Zealand Bill—State the West Indies—Committee Supply—Public Business The Militia Bill—Maynooth—The Vicarage of Fromc— Episcopal and Capitular Revenues—C
14 June 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Feargus O'Connor.—Mr. F. O'Connor is now the custody the Seijeant Arms. Our Parliamentary report contains the few and brief

Mr. Feargus O'Connor.—Mr. F. O'Connor is now the custody the Seijeant Arms. Our Parliamentary report contains the few and brief

speeches made on this painful occasion. So soon as Mr. O'Connor be- came aware of the exact nature of the proposition which was about to bo carried, he walked out of the House, obtained a glass brandy at the bar in the lobby, which he instantly drank, and proceeded down the memb
14 June 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland