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FATAL BALLOON ASCENT.

FATAL BALLOON ASCENT.

Thefollowingare'the particulars respecting the death of Mr. James Goulston, of Old Kent-road, London, who was killed on Wednesday, while descending with the balloon, on Stone Breaks Hill, Yorkshire, near the Lancashire boundary of that county, after an ascent from Belle Vue Gard
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. VALUABLE INVESTMENT. AUCTION of most Desirable Interest in the House and Lands of HETTYVILLE, situate within two milei of

AUCTIONS. VALUABLE INVESTMENT. AUCTION of most Desirable Interest in the House and Lands of HETTYVILLE, situate within two milei of

Kinsale. WM. MARSH begs leave to announce that he has been Instructed by the Proprietor, to sell bv UNRESERVED AUCTION, the MART, 102, PATRICK. STREET. CORK, on SATURDAY next, 26th June, Inst., at One o'clock, the very valuable and well secured Interest in the Mansion House and
23 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Royal Cork Yacht Club Rbgatta.—Mr. Deane, the honorary secretary of the metropolitan committee, has received a communication through her Exccllency

Royal Cork Yacht Club Rbgatta.—Mr. Deane, the honorary secretary of the metropolitan committee, has received a communication through her Exccllency

the Countess of Englinton's private secretary, the Rev. F. Goold, authorising him to affix her name with subscription of £5, to the list of subscribers for Ladies' Cup to be rowed for by gentlemen the forthcoming regatta of the Royal Cork Yacht Club. The Lady Mayoress and severa
02 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THREATENED COERCION FOR IRELAND.

THREATENED COERCION FOR IRELAND.

MR. NAPIER'S PROPOSED MEASURES. The London corrsepondent of the Telegraph says that at meeting of the Crime and Outrage Committee, on Friday, Mr. Napier proposed the re.enactment for another year of the coercion bill of 1848, which was opposed by Mr. Keogh, Mr. Scully, Mr. O'Fla
02 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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