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THE COURT OF THE COMMISBIONERB FOR BALE OP INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. In the Matter of thel ' Commissioners Estate

THE COURT OF THE COMMISBIONERB FOR BALE OP INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. In the Matter of thel ' Commissioners Estate

of Thomas O'Connor, JL will, at the hour of 12 and John O'Connor, o'clock, at noon, on THURB , DAY, the day of JULY, Exparte 1852, at their conrt, 14, Henrietta. Kerry Supple, street, Dublin, SELL BY AUC. Petitioner. TION, three lots ■ No. 1. The fee-simple Lands Miiltovn, situa
18 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.—PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

THE ARMY.—PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

War-opfick, Junk 25. 3d Regiment of Dragoon Guards—Lieutenant Edmund Henry Turton to l>e Captain, by purchase, vice Whitby, who retire*; Cornet James Winterbottom (K.M.) to Lieutenant, by purchaae, vice Turton. 4tl» Dragoon Guards—Lieut. Arthur Masterton Robertson to Captain, by
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST-Monday.

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST-Monday.

per Cent. Consols .. •• •• •• 31 per Cent. Stock .. .. •• •• •• Hibernian Bank, £25 .. .. •• •• 30xd National Bank, £22$ .. .... •• •• Dublin and Liverpool Steam Ship Building Co. £50 .. Do. do. Shares .. .. 24 Nouveau Monde .. .. >■ Irish Beet Sugar Company, £24 .. .. .. 2| Dub
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TORY INTRIGUES—GREAT MEETING IN NEW ROSS.

TORY INTRIGUES—GREAT MEETING IN NEW ROSS.

TORY INTRIGUES—GREAT MEETING NEW ROSS. On Monday an immense meeting assembled round the Tbolsel of Ross, pursuant to advertisement.to into consideration the secret correspondence between Mr. Lambert and Mr. Tottenham, which had fallen into the hands of Mr. Duffy's committee, and
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Mom day.-At this morning's market there scanty thow of Wheat land-carnage samples from the neighbouring counties, and the offers from the east coast were not sny mean numerous, and the weather continuing unsettled, ennsneed terms were asked. Buyers appeared
23 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CLOGHEEN UNION.

CLOGHEEN UNION.

At the usual weekly meeting the Board of Guardian, held on Tuesday. June Jamks Ahchkii [Sutler, Esq., J.P., presided. The other guardians in a ttendance were—John Murphy, M. Cashin, P. Foxe, B. Coughlan, Samuel Clutlerbrock, and James Prendergast, Esqn. The Clerk read a letter f
23 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

iMPom, Jvmm 9.—1,350 wheat. Rxrorra.—M*7 firkins batter. bandies M bundle. ».U, tack, flour, bale, moss, case, bones, coila rope, 10 bales feather*, SO boxes salmon, boxS em, bale* bacon, bales leather, bhds. glue, pin, 83 sleep, 17 horses, barrels casks boas, half-barrels pork,
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK BEAUTY.

CORK BEAUTY.

It is no part of my duty to attempt to describe the triumphs of millinery, or to venture upon more than simple statement of the fact that the proverbial beauty of the ladies of Cork was most amply represented in the graceful lines which occupied the length the Fine Arts llall; h
14 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. THE LIVERPOOL GOLDEN LINE OP PACKETS TO AUSTRALIA. Sailing on the of each Month. FOR PORT PHILIP. Tons. Captains.

SHIPPING. THE LIVERPOOL GOLDEN LINE OP PACKETS TO AUSTRALIA. Sailing on the of each Month. FOR PORT PHILIP. Tons. Captains.

To Sail. MOBILE 1500.... Henry Ponsoxby.. 20th Jane. JOHN LEECH, 900.... Johnston Brown.. July. 11 1 Sail about the 20th June, and takaa ■ifciffg Steeiage Passengers, for MELBOURNE, (Port Philip,) Magnificent, New, Friga'••built Ship, MOBILE, Captain Hinby Ponsonby, (who has had
18 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS. BLAND. THIRD LODGE OF IRELAND. THE BRETHREN are requeued assemble their NEW LODGE ROOMS, FAULKNER'S LANE, (late Cumberland Rooms),

MISCELLANEOUS. BLAND. THIRD LODGE OF IRELAND. THE BRETHREN are requeued assemble their NEW LODGE ROOMS, FAULKNER'S LANE, (late Cumberland Rooms),

on the 24th Intt., at h.m. to Instal Officers, &c., and at 6 p.m. to Banquet. Any Brothers wishing to Dine will please send in their names to the Treasurer, Brother E. Seymour, 67, Patrick Street, on or before the 22d. Jul?. Order of W. M. W. H. T. Secretary. June 18,1852. - CHA
18 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland