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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

COMMONS Mohday, 4. Um THB OOYJUi -' ''*^T. Supply, ' tbe H °o»o go into Committee of teifeiiaca lt 10 'he active" in- A&irs ot Sute '<* Foreign U>. (fleet 00 lic y- » n refer to Wore than ux • He aid th * t r,ther that House J[!," **? eminent statesmsn brought into canaries in e
08 March 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK AND MACROOM RAILWAY.

CORK AND MACROOM RAILWAY.

Hottse of Lords, Monday.—The Cork and Macroom Direct Railway Bill was read a second time this evening b *
09 July 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

(betttkb's telegram ) Turin, July B.—The Ravenne »na Railway bills, and the bill relative to the An " nation of the Roman Railway Co pied e <W" jf Deputies to-day. ' PMSed tlle Clu Paris, Bth. The Paris evening papers contain Following news The Marquess de Lavalette Pro! Embassa
09 July 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Prussian Military Manners. —" A few days since," says the Neuen Amsterdamer Handelsblatt, "a noble officer of the Prussian Guards

Prussian Military Manners. —" A few days since," says the Neuen Amsterdamer Handelsblatt, "a noble officer of the Prussian Guards

was present with a lady in a saloon of a steamboat on the A gentleman civil costume entered, when the officer ordered him in a very manner to remove his hat. The gentleman appeared not to hear the demand, when the officer knocked the hat from ths gentleman's head. The gentleman
09 July 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
W. J. TOMKINS SON BEG to announce the arrival of the " Archibald" from Cadiz direct, with carefully selected WINES

W. J. TOMKINS SON BEG to announce the arrival of the " Archibald" from Cadiz direct, with carefully selected WINES

by the most eminent Shipper, Xerezy, Mr. Garyey, from whom, for 30 years, they have regularly imported the Finest Wines procurable. In this selection they have AMONTILLADOS, MANZARILLA, VINO DI PASTO, AMBER AND GOLDEN SHERRIES, viz.: THIRTY-SIX HOGSHEADS, THIRTY-TWO QR. CASKS. T
09 July 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, ill letters Mat for insertion should authenticated by the signature of the writer confidence,if his name be not

TO CORRESPONDENTS, ill letters Mat for insertion should authenticated by the signature of the writer confidence,if his name be not

openly attached. When letters not so authenticated do sot appear that circumstance alone may be assumed the cause. Correspondents should be careful to write their communications upon but one side of the paper, and on slips pages of moderate siie. All communications to addressed
01 April 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR NEW ZEALAND. Without sympathising in the smallest degree with the war now prosecuted in New Zealand, we cannot

THE WAR NEW ZEALAND. Without sympathising in the smallest degree with the war now prosecuted in New Zealand, we cannot

but feel . interested in the sdmirableMescription we subjoin,extracted, from the letter private soldier, to his sister in Cork Tbe writer is the same from whose letters we have already been enabled to give many capital narratives bringing the campaign np to the point he now desc
01 April 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WATCH, CLOCK, AND JEWELLERY ESTABLISHMENT, 121, PATRICK-STREET, CORK. SIVEL A KROMER beg respectfully to inform their Friends and the Public

WATCH, CLOCK, AND JEWELLERY ESTABLISHMENT, 121, PATRICK-STREET, CORK. SIVEL A KROMER beg respectfully to inform their Friends and the Public

that they bare removed from No. 18, Pembroke-street to No. 121, PATRICK-STREET, which Establishment they have extensively remodelled and fitted to afford more space for their growing trade. A single inspection will prove that Establishment is replete with every article in the Tr
01 April 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters sent for insertion should be authenticated by the signature of the writer in confidence,if his name

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters sent for insertion should be authenticated by the signature of the writer in confidence,if his name

be not openly attached. When letters not so authenticated do not appear that circumstance alone may be assumed as the cause. Correspondents should be careful to write their communications upon but one side of the paper, and on slips or pages of moderate size. All communications
29 May 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRINCE NAPOLEON AND PRINCE MURAT.

PRINCE NAPOLEON AND PRINCE MURAT.

The Independable states that Prince Napoleon has resigned tho Grand Mastership of thy Freemasons, and that that post will be provisionally filled by M. Doumet, member of the Corps Legislatif for the department of the Hermit. The Paris correspondent of the Daily Newt writes :— "
29 May 1861 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland