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VOL 2—No• 102.

VOL 2—No• 102.

Georg* John O'Connell 1 0 0 ltlehael NC:Namara, Esq. Williams street $ 0 0 Edward Murphy, Eeq• 3 0 0 The Right lion Lord Clonearry 20 0 0 Rev Eugene O'Sulli•an 4 • 0 At the =acting of the enremitire on Thursday, the lith instant the following subscriptions were handed In Edmond
09 June 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
matt*, on which It le enniloyed, iu lb. fowls of this proems of chums Poe a twat. parhspli ilia mind

matt*, on which It le enniloyed, iu lb. fowls of this proems of chums Poe a twat. parhspli ilia mind

remains couteniml Um h.., of It. loath, ahem. originally found it wlf, till in dna samon the spacial idea. however it came by it, which ill ultimately to form and rule it, twgins to grailontly exercising more end moos, and growing end vapeenting, it soddenly bursts the bonds of
09 June 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
VALUATION OF LAND.

VALUATION OF LAND.

The following report from the Telegraph of the speech of our county member, Mr. Vincent Scully, on the debate upon the above subject, is fuller than that which we copied from tbe London journals Mr. VINCENT SCULLY observed that he differed from the Attorney-General for Ireland,
04 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COMPLETION OF THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH BETWEEN IRELAND AND ENGLAND.

COMPLETION OF THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH BETWEEN IRELAND AND ENGLAND.

have now the satisfaction to communicate the gratifying intelligence that the first message from Howth to Holyhead was transmitted at half-past eight o'clock last evening, and an answer instantly received. The Irish public will at oncc anticipate that that message was an HURRAH
04 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND

The Rev. Dr. Cooper desires to. acknowledge having received , through James O'Ferrall, Esq., the sum fifty pounds from the hon. Wm. Browne, being his second donation of a like amount in aid of the funds of the Catholic University of Ireland.
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTENSIVE EVICTION IN GALWAY.

EXTENSIVE EVICTION IN GALWAY.

On yesterday (Fridsy) an eviction on very large scale took place on the townlands of Barnacranny, Bal'agh, and Tonabrucky, which form portion the Martin property, and are situate about two miles from this town. Forty-two families, comprising 203 individuals, were dispossessed on
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Emigration to Australia.—The rage for emigration to Australia is unprecedented. All classes appear bitten by the mania. Servanta of every

Emigration to Australia.—The rage for emigration to Australia is unprecedented. All classes appear bitten by the mania. Servanta of every

description, well as labourers and artisans, sre exerting themselves with the utmost possible zeal in order to leave their native land.— The Mayor of Limerick has already taken the namea of eight hundred persons who have signified their anxious desire to go to Australia; and man
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES. /?7 PRICE'S PATENT CANDLES. //JOHN NEWSOM & SON, WHOLESALE AGENTS, HAVE lately Imported, direct from the Manufactory, over 35,0001b5.

SALES. /?7 PRICE'S PATENT CANDLES. //JOHN NEWSOM & SON, WHOLESALE AGENTS, HAVE lately Imported, direct from the Manufactory, over 35,0001b5.

of the above Candles, now in such very general use, and superseding most others, as, from the brilliancy their light and requiring no snuffing, they have been found most desirable for general consumption. No. 3 COMPOSITE, Per ft FOR CASH. N. tc Son take this opportunity of expre
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. - direct from cork, FOR BOSTON, " PERO," Captain Whiclu, Julr. FOR ST. JOHN, N.B. 1 •' KINGSTON," ....

SHIPPING. - direct from cork, FOR BOSTON, " PERO," Captain Whiclu, Julr. FOR ST. JOHN, N.B. 1 •' KINGSTON," ....

Captain Riakdon 18th Jane. " ALBION," Captain Driscoll, jni.'y FOR QUEBEC. ' "ALBION," Captain Daly, Jnly. "TRY AGAIN,".... Captain M»»ra 6thJnly. TJASSENGERS will be found 10) lba. Bread Stuffs; 2 oz. Tea; 1 lb. Sugar and Molataea, and 21 quarts Water each, per week, during the
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Liverpool, Wednesday Evening.—The steam ship I Great Britain, Captain Mathews, has juat arrivdd in the Mersey, on her first return voyage from New York, after most successful passage, having sailed from that port on the sth instant, thus accomplishing it in 10 days 23 hours, bei
21 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland