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BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

G BY LIVERPOOL CORN XARKET..j (aroa oUR ?? CORuESPOuDEN) The2re have been pretty fair imports from all' Friday, the wind having shifted to the X narter, r1i several grain-laden vessels. t ha 5 tro0.0 The following is an account of the import from the 8th to the 1 4th June, inclus
16 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

i THE NATIONAL* EXHMITION 'AT CORK. I ad (FROM~h OUR OWN REPORtTERt.) Xotwlthstandfn,~ the uncertain state,- of theI weather ~ed cils he De during thlattredays, the influx of 'visitorg'to the Ex- ans hibition has been considerable; in factI have- remarked -that LOs during the pre
19 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS OF IRELAND.

MEETING OF THE ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS OF IRELAND.

MEETING OF THE ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS I|- OF IRELAND. A numerous meeting of attornies and solicitors took place, pursuant to adjournment, on 3 esterday, at the Solicitors'Hall, Four Courts, for the purpose of "finally settling and approving of the roles and bye-laws of the Inco
15 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The letter we subjoin puts in a horrible light a practice, the propriety of which the case of males sufficiently

The letter we subjoin puts in a horrible light a practice, the propriety of which the case of males sufficiently

doubtful, but which in the case of females absolutely abominable. The employment of women at the labour described—of women, too, without auy distinction of age, and under the revolting circumstances stated, a most shocking abuse of the poorlaw, which admits of discussion whateve
18 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW STEAMER.

NEW STEAMER.

The new Steamer for the Cork and Passage Railway Company arrived on Thursday from London, where she had been built and has continued to excite great admiration for her beauty, speed and accommodation. She is of much greater size then the Queenstown, though resembling her in moul
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT-London, Friday.

VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT-London, Friday.

(Before Vice-Chancellor Parker). Hayes*. Beale. Mr. Bacon, on the part of Miss Catherine Hayes, applied to hia honor for an injunction restrain the Union Bank of London from paying to the defendant, Mr. Bcale, any sum of money belonging to the plaintiff in their hands. The facts
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.

Mary Drexcitt, executrix of Williim Drewitt, v. The City of Dublin Steam Packet Company. This was an action brought by the plaintiff, under the provisions of the 9th and 10th Vic., chap. 93, act introduced by Lord Campbell, for the purpose of enabling the representatives of part
21 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES (IRELAND).

INCUMBERED ESTATES (IRELAND).

Return to m Order of the Hon. the How of Comment, dated 28M May, 1852. Report the Proceedings of the Incumbered Estates Court, from the Commencement, to the 28th day of May 1852:— The gross number of petitions for the sale of estates preaented since the institution of the court,
21 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Yesterday.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Yesterday.

GOVERNMENT FUNDS. ni?. e, CeßtBtock 101| 102 2J Ditto for Account Bth July 102 MISCELLANEOUS ID. Hibernian Bank (251) 30 x d Rojal Bank (10l> 14* National Insurance (251) 26 RAILWAYS. PAID. Cork and Bandon for account -.(501) 16J Cork, Black rock, and Passage (201) 14 Dnblin and
18 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Viceregal Visit to the Four Courts.—His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and the Countess of Eglinton paid ▼kit to the Four

Viceregal Visit to the Four Courts.—His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and the Countess of Eglinton paid ▼kit to the Four

Court* on Wednesday Tbeir Excellencies first went into the Conrt of Chancery, from which, attended by the Lord Chancellor and his Secretary, they proceeded to the Rolls Court, the Solicitors' Building*, the Qneen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Niai Prius Court. The presiding Jndge i
18 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland