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Mr. Fkarggs O'Connor in thi Tower.—Unlike bis countryman, Mr. Smith O'Brien, who was confined in the cellar of the House

Mr. Fkarggs O'Connor in thi Tower.—Unlike bis countryman, Mr. Smith O'Brien, who was confined in the cellar of the House

of Commons, Mr. O'Conuor has been elevated to the lower. The hon. member, on being taken from the room Captain Gossett, the assistant sergeant at arms, was sent to an apartment in the tower which rites the back of the long corridor, leading to the committee rooms of the House of
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS. NATIONAL EXHIBITION. ALL Persons biting demands against the Executive Committee of the National Exhibition, under the heads either of

MISCELLANEOUS. NATIONAL EXHIBITION. ALL Persons biting demands against the Executive Committee of the National Exhibition, under the heads either of

the Banquet, the Ball, or otheraru* are requeued to furnish their Accounts before SAjLjEDAY Next. 7 JOHN SHEA, Iron. Sec. June 16th, 1852. GROCERY TRADE. WANTED, a Competent ASSISTANT.— Latter (pre-paid), E. O'B., No. 22, Nor* join Street, Cork. June 14, 18R. June 14, WANTED, Ex
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

At a Meeting of the Parliamentary Committee of the Catholic Defence Aaaociation.held this Day (2 Juue, 1852), was unanimously resolved :— That this Association would see with great pain a contested election in the Couuty of Meath, where the patriotic Electors have been so long r
07 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PEARL BARLEY—IRISH MANUFACTURE. TO THB EDITOR OP THE CORK EXAMINER. John Street Distillery, Cork, June 29, 1852. Sir,—Will you permit

PEARL BARLEY—IRISH MANUFACTURE. TO THB EDITOR OP THE CORK EXAMINER. John Street Distillery, Cork, June 29, 1852. Sir,—Will you permit

os through your columns to correct a mistaken assertion which appears in a letter signed, Musgrave, and published in the Examiner of last evening } Refering to Pearl Barley the writer says, u at present the Pearl Barley used in Ireland obtained by sending our own barley England
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE, GALWAY, TO THE FAITHFUL.

THE ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE, GALWAY, TO THE FAITHFUL.

Deari.y Beloved Brethren, Community which 1 has subsisted unbroken from the ages of faith in the capital II city of the West of Ireland ; which has preserved its numbers and its location through all the storms, perils, and revolutions of the four last centuries of Ireland's dark
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CITY ELECTION.

THE CITY ELECTION.

MEETING OF THE EXCHANGE WARD. Monday evening meeting of the electors of the Exchange Ward was held in the People's Hall, for the purpose of entering into arrangements to secure the return of two Liberal Representatives for the City, at the approaching general election. The meeti
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

Arrival or the Fleet.—Early Sunday H.M.S. Prince I Regent, 92, Captain Hutton; Hogue, 56, Captain M'Dougall; and Arethusa, 50, Captain 3ymon» ; and on Monday the Rodney, 92, Captain Graham, arrived in Queenstown. There are a good many other ships expected to arrive in the course
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Carrigaline Dispensary District.—Dr. James M'Dermott was unanimously appointed physician to the Carrigaline dispensary district, Col. Hodder, of Iloddersfield. Chairman. The

Carrigaline Dispensary District.—Dr. James M'Dermott was unanimously appointed physician to the Carrigaline dispensary district, Col. Hodder, of Iloddersfield. Chairman. The

very judicious appointment of this experienced officer, by the Kinsale board of guardians, has been confirmed by the poor law commissioners. Dr. J. M 4 Dermott was for nearly three years assistant medical officer in the Kanturk union workhouse—a period of unparalleled pressure o
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Monday.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Monday.

(sittings in banco.) XJBCTMBNT— IMPORTANT JUDGMENT. Bailej v. Mason. The Chief Justice pronounced the judgment of the court in this important case, which was argued last term, and reargued during the present term by the special direction of the court. It was an action of ejectme
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KANTURK QUARTER SESSIONS-Friday.

KANTURK QUARTER SESSIONS-Friday.

(Before Walt** Berwick, Esq., Thomas Bailky.R.M , Gkorgc G*kha v, Wii. Barry, Richard Olivk* See., Justices.) Th* applications for Spirit Licences, twenty-four in number, were disposed of at the sitting of the Court, the greater number of which were rejected. The following gentl
23 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland