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COUNTY TIPPERARY PETTY SESSIONS—Friday.

COUNTY TIPPERARY PETTY SESSIONS—Friday.

W. 11. Riall, Esq., (Chairman); Colonel Phipps, Samuel Riall, Rev. N. H. Mandeville, John B. Greaves, R.M., and Wo. Ryan, R.M., Esqrs., were the presiding justice*. EXTRAORDINARY CASE. Mr. Rodolphus O'Hannigan, of Kilcash, charged Constable Patrick Coughlan, of that police stati
03 June 1850 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A LES. THE CORK HARDWARE * IRONMONGERY HALL, n LATE MULLAN & CO., 49, PATRICK.STREETS / ROCHE BROTHERS AND CO.,

A LES. THE CORK HARDWARE * IRONMONGERY HALL, n LATE MULLAN & CO., 49, PATRICK.STREETS / ROCHE BROTHERS AND CO.,

BEG to acquaint their Fellow-Citizeni and <b« Public in general that they have purchased the ; Concern, together with the Stock, which they will b« prepared to offer to the Public ou most encouraging Terms, on and after this day, preparatory to the arrival of AN ENTIRE. LY NEW
03 June 1850 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS AND HOUSES. DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. rjX) BE LET, with Immediate Possession, for such term as may be agreed on, that

LANDS AND HOUSES. DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. rjX) BE LET, with Immediate Possession, for such term as may be agreed on, that

part of the Lands of KNOCKANE, lately occupied Dr. Garde, containing about SEVENTY ACRES, situate within One Mile of CASTLEMARTYR, adjoining the high road leading Youghal. There is Excellent Dwelling-House on the Lands, with Out-Offices, all in good repair, and fit for the occup
03 June 1850 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. TRAIN it CO.'» LINE, i ARRIVALS AT BOSTON. U rpHE following Packets of thii Favourite Line ri arrived out

SHIPPING. TRAIN it CO.'» LINE, i ARRIVALS AT BOSTON. U rpHE following Packets of thii Favourite Line ri arrived out

at Boston'KSVP " WASHINGTON IRVING," io 20 Days. ™rnnr Plymouth rock, ~29 „ " ROBERT C. WINTHROP, „ 22 „ Passengers all well. Experienced Surgeons are carried by all the Packets of this lane. E. 8. FLYNN, 15, Merchants' Quay, Agent in Cork. TRAIN Co.'S BOSTON PACKETS. EXTRA SHIP
03 June 1850 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK:—Printed and Published by the Proprietor, Joh eta Maouire, on the Evening* of Monday, Widdumt, an<3 Fai DA*, at The

CORK:—Printed and Published by the Proprietor, Joh eta Maouire, on the Evening* of Monday, Widdumt, an<3 Fai DA*, at The

Examinee Office, No. H, Patrick-Street, opposite the Chamber of Commerce. The EXAMINER findspendent of a large support through Ike entire kingdotnjcireulatcs mott extensively through (very district of the Province tj Unmet tr being second to no Irish Provincial Journal M existen
03 June 1850 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTS OF CATTLE INTO LIVERPOOL.

IMPORTS OF CATTLE INTO LIVERPOOL.

For the week ending Oct. 23, 1855. With the numbers previously Imported thle year, and the corresponding periods In 1854. a—- ToUI Sr. Cowl VMk 4918 44*1 „ previously mi 9 121705 ...— thU VMk 8033 8755 8994 prrrlon.l, J10470 260175 205672 PlfS _ —- ""!• VMk 13.11 1386 „ Previous
29 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARBITRARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT IN INDIA.

ARBITRARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT IN INDIA.

(Morning Herald) bar* received the following from valued correspondent: While difference! of opinion be reasonably entertained aa to the wisdom or justice Lord Dalhousie's annexation policy in India, there oan be but one opinion to tbe mode by which it shonld be oarrled out. Adm
29 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIAL OF STRAHAN, PAUL, AND BATES.

TRIAL OF STRAHAN, PAUL, AND BATES.

The London bankers trading under the above firm, were tried on Friday for embezzlement. They were found guilty the clearest testimony, and on Saturday were sentenced to fourteen years' transportation that being the highest degree punishment warranted by the law. It was urged by
29 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

His Exoellenoy the Lord Lieutenant attended Divine Bervice at the Chapel Royal yesterday. The sermon was preached by the Rev. John Gregg ; the Anthem, 44 Comfort ye, my People"—Handelsung by Messrs. Hanlon, Manning, O'Rorke, and Masters Price and Gamble. I His Excellency leaves
29 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Notwithstanding the severity of the weather on Saturday evening the house remarkably well attended. The opera was the everattractive M Sonnambula," and the effectiveness of the cast spoke highly for the members of the company at. present engaged. Mr. Sims Reeves was always gifte
29 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland