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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
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

Sizarship Examination—ln our last recorded the names of the gentlemen who obtained Classical Sizars hips. The Science Sizarship was awarded to Mr. W. Mortimer, the Hebrew one to Mr. W. Burnet, and the Irish oue to Mr. P. Murphy. In the list of suoct»seful candidates for Sizarshi
14 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

Their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and the Countess of Eglinton, Colonel Campbell, and Captain Thesiger, A.D.C., returned to town from Cork on Saturday evening. Previous to leaving that city, the Viceregal party privately visited the Exhibition building, the School of Design
14 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSPECTS OF STATESMANSHIP.

PROSPECTS OF STATESMANSHIP.

The North Britiih Review came oat last month (Ma;) with leading article, exceedingly profound, which was written before the downfall of the late Government, on the "Prospects of British Statesmanship and Policy." A more unlucky hit, in the prophetic line, could not hare been mad
11 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

The labours of the Metropolitan and Executive Committees have been brought to a successful issue. The National Exhibition of the Arts, Manufactures, and Industry of Ireland, has been opened by the repreeentative of Royalty ; and yesterday's sun beheld a noble spectacle of which
11 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER AND THE HARVEST.

THE WEATHER AND THE HARVEST.

Nehagh. —The rain which has fallen during the past week has given a delightful appearance to the country. The wheat crop never looked better. Oats are doing remarkably well. Meadows are beginning to prepare for the scythe. Turnip sowing is already complete. The potato, some fine
11 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JS~THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OP LONGFORD Gentlemen, I beg leave to offer myself as a Candidate for the honour

JS~THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OP LONGFORD Gentlemen, I beg leave to offer myself as a Candidate for the honour

of reprinting your county In parliament As one who has resiled constantly among you for nearly fifteen yean; ~ man unpledged to any party, and who is therefore free as well willing to act was bent, to promote the welfare and interests of Ireland— with this view, it shall be my u
11 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH CAPITAL.

ENGLISH CAPITAL.

At last, English money seems to look seriously towards Ireland a good field of investment. A royal charter was obtained two months ago for incorporating an " Irish Land Company," authorised to raise a capital 500,0002. for the purchase of estates in this country; and the names o
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland