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A _= "THE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE." TO TIIE MEMBERS OF THE TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF CORK. Gentlemen, —I found, on return from

A _= "THE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE." TO TIIE MEMBERS OF THE TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF CORK. Gentlemen, —I found, on return from

London, yesterday, that, owing to some confusion in the public mind this city, occasioned mainly by the momentary connexion of the Catalogue with the History which it is my intention write, I have been blamed for the unfortunate blunder of the former publication. I beg leave to
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.

THE IRISH SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.

The following interesting account of the progress and completion of the Submarine Telegraph between Howtli and Holyhead appears in Sounder's Newt-Letter. It is to Messrs. Newall and Co., of Gateshead-upon-Tyne, assisted by the Gutta Percha Company of London, that the public are
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
The Submarine Telegraph Between HoIyhead and Howth.—The Submarine Telegraph has not yet been opened to the public in consequence of

The Submarine Telegraph Between HoIyhead and Howth.—The Submarine Telegraph has not yet been opened to the public in consequence of

The Submarine Telegraph Between HoITH " D Howth.—The Submarine Telegraph has not jet opened to the public in consequence of some having been found to exist in the wire laid down ir» the office at Amien's-street to the Hill of Howth. »« ' ral of the gentlemen who were engaged in t
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY—MONDAY 7.

COURT OF CHANCERY—MONDAY 7.

THE KINGSTON ESTATEB IMPORTANT JUDGMENT. La Cappalaine v. Kingston. Hi* Lordship gave judgment in this important case, which occupied great part of the previous Saturday at hearing. It was a bill filed against Lord Kingston by the Albion Insurance Company, to get a sum of 60,000
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.

At the annual meeting, held on Monday, the following officer* were elected to serve for the ensuing year:— President—Edward Hutton. Vice-President—William Hargrave. Secretary the College.—Alexander Read. Council.—Sir Philip Crampton, Bart.; Alexander Read, Arthur Jacob, William
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/IRELAND, ,1 | Wtfc June, 1862. General Court of Proprietors or Bfnk will be held at the BANK, oo MONDAY,

/IRELAND, ,1 | Wtfc June, 1862. General Court of Proprietors or Bfnk will be held at the BANK, oo MONDAY,

the 14th JIgLE cisely, agreeable to Charter, to receive th) Rjßoprtrom the Court Directors of a Dividend to be made of Bank Stock for the half-year ending the June Inst. By Order, WILLIAM GRAVES, Secretary. N.B.—The Books for the Transfer of Bank Stock will be shut from the 14th
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Literature as Profession. - earnestly advise every enthusiastic thinker, every fair scholar, every ambitious author, every inspired poet, without independent

Literature as Profession. - earnestly advise every enthusiastic thinker, every fair scholar, every ambitious author, every inspired poet, without independent

fortuue, to fortify themselves also with something more worldly to do. A living in the church is not uncongenial with the pursuits of the thinker and scholar, the practice of medicine ia not inconsistent with the labours of author, and the chinking of fees in the law is almost i
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PAULIAMENTAI.Y. .

PAULIAMENTAI.Y. .

The delate on the Mnynooth question relumed on Tuesday, and adjourned, the having left the chair four o’clock, amid.-t -dlo.il* of hioghtep from all purl* of the house." Xo day fixed for the merry legislator* return to this subject, and the matter stands much in the same place a
09 June 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MBETIXO SLiX*. Having finished hi* bo»in**a Naxan, the non. imitleiuaii, aucuiopanied »e»rr»l uf hi* immediate frienda, proceeded to thirf town,

MBETIXO SLiX*. Having finished hi* bo»in**a Naxan, the non. imitleiuaii, aucuiopanied »e»rr»l uf hi* immediate frienda, proceeded to thirf town,

where a tnir wna being’ held, w«a Idrtnnate rneetinje with luige electore, from whom, individually, be received the atroii)te»t .i»»urem e« ol auppor'.. Af* lerwarda Mr, nddreeved tho people from the •tepeof the hotel in «pirit-»lirring ai«eecb, which waa listened to with preal
09 June 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland