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WANTON AND UNPROVOKED ASSAULT ON TWO CATHOLIC CLERGYMEN.

WANTON AND UNPROVOKED ASSAULT ON TWO CATHOLIC CLERGYMEN.

rpgr»t to lo«rii that » —auton and entirely unprovoliftd assault was committed on Saturday evening, on the persons of two Catholic Clergymen, namely the Rev. Mr. Lee, the respected Parish Priest of Macroom, and his curate, the Rev. Mr. Molony. About nine o'clock on Saturday even
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PERSONAL ENCOUNTER.

PERSONAL ENCOUNTER.

A difference occurred a few nights since, at the ball given at the Exhibition buildings, between Captain Sullivan and Mr. Harmer Hardy, which resulted yesterday in an encounter of a hostile character. We are not exactly aware of the precise details of ,the difference which led t
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Colbrainb.— Lord Naas.—Our Coleraine correspondent states :—A great deal of excitement has prevailed in this town for the last week

Colbrainb.— Lord Naas.—Our Coleraine correspondent states :—A great deal of excitement has prevailed in this town for the last week

in consequence of its having been rumoured that the Derby ministry will not long in office, while yet many of Lord Naas's expectants are unprovided for. A strong suspicion exists that the Londonderry Standard has been badly informed on many points.— At the time our late excellen
16 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—This Day.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—This Day.

FUNDS. 3 per Cent. Consols (shut) Ditto for Account Bth July 3J per Cent. Stock 102JJ Ditto for account Bth July MISCELLANEOUS. 4 per Cent. Ballast Office Debs, of 92/. 6s. 2d 96J 4 per Cent. Dublin and Kingstown Railway Debentures of Hibernian Bank 30J Royal Bank 14J City of Du
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL YACHT CLUB STATION, KINGSTOWN. Royal Irish Yacht Clcb.—Yachts at and about the station— Charlotte (79), No. 83, Vice-Commodore O'Kelly—Gltana

ROYAL YACHT CLUB STATION, KINGSTOWN. Royal Irish Yacht Clcb.—Yachts at and about the station— Charlotte (79), No. 83, Vice-Commodore O'Kelly—Gltana

(59), No. 316, Joseph Hone, Esq , honorary secretary—Coquette (44), No. lOC, Nathaniel Hone, Esq—Water (42), No. 743, James Edward Btopford, Esq., LL.D Snake (35), No. 632, fore and aft schooner, James Barrett, Esq—Daring (18), No. 143, Walter Sweetman, Esq.; Kelpie (20), No. Pa
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 GENERAL ELECTION. free and independent electors of the BOROUGH OF ATHLONE. # THE approaching dissolution of Parliament will impose

1 GENERAL ELECTION. free and independent electors of the BOROUGH OF ATHLONE. # THE approaching dissolution of Parliament will impose

upon you the selection a Representative In the Imperial House of Commons; and, in soliciting that high honour, may state I am not wholly unknown to you, and that, from the first time I became connected with your locality, I hare felt convinced that the unsettled state of the law
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY's MAIL.

THIS DAY's MAIL.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Yestebday. MILITIA BILL. The Earl of DERBY said he rose for the purpose of moving the seconding reading of this bill, the importance of which would not be denied by their lordships. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. After a long discussion the bill was read a second time, a
16 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

THE CODRT. I The Duchess of [Orleans, accompanied by the Comte de Paris and the Due de Chartres, paid visits on Monday afternoon to her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, and to her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester, at Gloucester House.
16 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland