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AUCTIONS. AUCTION OF BARBADOS SUGARS. SIMEON HARDY & SONS will Sell by Auction TUESDAY next, the 30th Inst., at their

AUCTIONS. AUCTION OF BARBADOS SUGARS. SIMEON HARDY & SONS will Sell by Auction TUESDAY next, the 30th Inst., at their

Stores, LAPP'S ISLAND, 50 HHDS. of BRIGHT and MIDDLING SUGARS. Cork, 23rd July, 1844. IMPORTANT SALS OF HIGHLY BRED "fl/I"R. MARSH begs leave respectfully tfyainounce that he has been instructed to SellHb/UNRESERVED AUCTION, at the City and Cork Agricultural Exhibition on THURSD
24 July 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. At Crossmshon, near Bandon. on the 24th inst., the lady of William Penrose, Esq., of her twelfth cliil', daughter.

BIRTHS. At Crossmshon, near Bandon. on the 24th inst., the lady of William Penrose, Esq., of her twelfth cliil', daughter.

On the inst., at Hampton Court, the Hon. Mrs. Evans, lady of Eyre Evans, Esq., jun., of Ash Hill Towers, in the county Limerick. At the National Bank, Castlereagh, lady of Robert Gloeson, Esq., a daughter. MARRIAGES. ' On the 4th inst., at Christ church, by the Qev. J. Bleakly,
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

Peter O'Connor, with the approbation and sanction Sat a V - - Barke - El pfi>n, left Maynooth College, on for Rome, to prosecute his sacred studies there • The spirited people Bally duff and Portlaw have presentc 01 . watch to the Rev. P. Wallace, their late respected p. , ,e '
09 September 1842 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS COURT—This Day.

CITY SESSIONS COURT—This Day.

The Recorder took his seat on the Bench at 11 o'clock, and was occupied up to three o'clock in hearing several petty cases of no importance or interest to the public. In the course of the day, Keller Waller alia 3 Mrs. Malone, was placed at the bar, and arraigned for having stol
09 September 1842 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Erratum In the report of the Curragh meeting in our first page, it is erroneously stated that it commenced on

Erratum In the report of the Curragh meeting in our first page, it is erroneously stated that it commenced on

Friday—the meeting commenced on Tuesday. Chinese Barbarity.—An unfortunate seaman the Cornwallis recently wandered into the hands of a party of Chinese villagers, who immediately cut off his knee-pans,made an incision round each wrist, and stripped the skin off the muscles, up t
09 September 1842 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Tuesday Night. —The national securities maintain their firmness, with a steady demand for investment. Consols for the Account closed as yesterday, at 93J buyers, and 93 to for immediate transfer. Bank Stock, Three per Cents. Reduced, 93|; Three-and-a-Half per Cents. Redu
09 September 1842 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HARBOUR BOARD-Wednesday.

HARBOUR BOARD-Wednesday.

The Board met at the usual hour. Mr. M'Mdllen in the Chair. The weekly expenses amounted to 18s. lid., and, on the motion of Mr. Burke, were ordered to be paid. Mr. Meagher said, in reference to the works going on below the Packet Office, that it was disgraceful for a public Boa
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF THE IRISH CONSTABULARY BILL.

PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF THE IRISH CONSTABULARY BILL.

DISSEHTIENT, 1. Because a transfer to the state of that portion of constabulary charge now borne the real property of Ireland, is relief rather to the owners of land than to those classes who, under existing circumstances, are the most entitled to tbe sympathy and the assistance
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR EMPLOYMENT BILL—IRISH LANDLORDS.

POOR EMPLOYMENT BILL—IRISH LANDLORDS.

Somebody says that the uses of adversity are sweet. With regard to the landlords of Ireland the saying is a true one. The present misfortunes of the country, in which they themselves are more or less involved, have taught them a tardy wisdom and opened their eyes to see what the
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland