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RUMOURS—THE IRISH GOVERNMENT.

RUMOURS—THE IRISH GOVERNMENT.

(From the l'reeman's Journal.) The city was yesterday inundated with rumours concerning the Irish government—some even going so far as to state that a resignation of its principal members was not impossible, owing to differences of opinion with their English colleagues as to the
05 October 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. On the Ist inst., at Rye Court, in tha county, the lady of Richard Tonson Rye. Esq., son and

BIRTHS. On the Ist inst., at Rye Court, in tha county, the lady of Richard Tonson Rye. Esq., son and

heir. On the of June, at sea, the lady of V. J. Maires, Esq., of the Royal Engineers (daughter ofthe late Poole Gabbett, Esq., of Limerick;, of son and heir, MARRIED. On the 29th ult., at St. Mary's Church, Youghal, the Rev. J. Aldworth, Walter, elde-t son of Richard Giles, of C
05 October 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE BURGLARIES.

THE LATE BURGLARIES.

IT will be remembered that about a fortnight since the Pawn-offices of Messrs. Hunter, Leitrim-street, and Clarke, Douglas-street, were burglariously entered at night and property to a large amount plundered therefrom. Information of the robbery having reached Constable Crowley,
02 January 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA.

THE CHOLERA.

Newcastle,—Yesterday (Friday) the deaths from cho. were 63, and from diarrboes, 4 ; total, 67. The total ®®'kt from Auguit 31 to September, 23 incluiive, were l»w9. Gatisbiad.—Yeiterday the deaths from cholera were ». aid none from any other cause. The total deaths from "I"' 31s
26 September 1853 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
,N Gbbat Britain and Ireland.—We have frequently, and long since, expr*."' opinion, that whatever the roetamerphic roeki the granite there

,N Gbbat Britain and Ireland.—We have frequently, and long since, expr*."' opinion, that whatever the roetamerphic roeki the granite there

" " d ,poiated t. t,e granite districts of Scotland and the Snowdon range in Walea probable localities for ita discovery, whether greater or leu quanti. tiea. Mr. Calvert, the Australian gaolojist, hat confiriued the corractnesa of this opinion. After aading gold in Westmorland
26 September 1853 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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INSURANCES. THE BUSINESS of the MONEY EXCHANGE OFFICE and of their different INSURANCE AGENCIES will be conducted heretofore bj J.

INSURANCES. THE BUSINESS of the MONEY EXCHANGE OFFICE and of their different INSURANCE AGENCIES will be conducted heretofore bj J.

BODBKE SON, AT 111, PATIUCK-STREET. Cork, 15th September, 1853. [2242] ASYLUM LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, No. 72, CORNHILL, LONDON. JAMES LANE, Agent, Solicitor and Notarv Public, [1215] 26, SOUTH MALI., CORK. THE J«AN CASH IRE INSARANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL.—TWO MILLIONS. Office, 26, M
26 September 1853 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUBI3 OP Lord RlDMDiim, the Chairman of Committed, In abaence of the Lord Chancellor, took bit Mat opon tba Woolsack 5 o'clock. Tha aecond report of tba Select Committee tba offloa tbe Clerk of the Parliament and office tba Oeotleman Usher of the Black Rod, conaidered and order
09 August 1866 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA.

THE CHOLERA.

The number of cholera patients admitted the London Hospital daring the 24 bonre terminating on Taeeday waa 22, beinj six more tban had been taken daring the previous 24 boors. these, persons, all males, were attacked with cholera. The deaths daring the period mentioned were 11,
09 August 1866 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

(From th» Mark Lant Sapreu.) The put week bis brought us into the midst of oar cereal gatherings for the midland end southern counties. Hesvy showers bare aires(ty fallen and some damage been done In the north by laying, sod delay most arise from tbe of wet, lot no serlovs amoun
09 August 1866 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WHEELER ABO WILSON'S PREMIUM SEWING MACHINE, ALWAYS HIGHEST ALL COMPETITORS. HAS SQTTAL. THIS MACHINE claims its superiority orer sit others

WHEELER ABO WILSON'S PREMIUM SEWING MACHINE, ALWAYS HIGHEST ALL COMPETITORS. HAS SQTTAL. THIS MACHINE claims its superiority orer sit others

from its range of work, beauty of finish, nicety and ease of operation, Inability to get oat of order, Simplicity of ooutraction, durability work wben does. It kaf attained a popnlarity nnparaUeled the history of 200,000 Bering been made and sold. Instruction gratia. Prospectus
09 August 1866 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland