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COMMUNICATION WITH THE ST GEORGE STEAM-PACKET rm.o* NY'S VESSELS. COMPATI R«FPi l > l , ,. BRISTOL. lor Bristol evcrv

COMMUNICATION WITH THE ST GEORGE STEAM-PACKET rm.o* NY'S VESSELS. COMPATI R«FPi l > l , ,. BRISTOL. lor Bristol evcrv

MONDAy' N™K precisely, and from Bristol for Dublin every The War-Office Steam-Packet ST. PATRICK sail, f rom r Dubli ". { Bristol, every WED DAY ' for Dublin cvcrv SATURCORK AND BRISTOL The Steam-Packet SEVERN sails from Cork ' aml from Bristol Cork every The above are all first
2 May 1827 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONMEL MARKETS, APRIL 28. The quantity of Corn coming market small, that we can scarcely make quotation. Wheat is at

CLONMEL MARKETS, APRIL 28. The quantity of Corn coming market small, that we can scarcely make quotation. Wheat is at

Is to Is 7d per stone, with a small allowance on picked samples ; Oats may be quoted at ITJd. —and Oatmeal has advanced from 18* to per cwt. other articles alteration.
1 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS—SATURDAY.

THE FUNDS—SATURDAY.

•< CITV, Two O’CLOCK.— The Fund* have been heavy all the mernins, with scarcely any thing doing. Consols have declined 3, from buyers; Eichcqucr Kills 41- pm. . •« The Foreign Market has also been much depressed. Colombian Bonds ha*e declined to 33, and Mexican The Continental S
1 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS,

POST OFFICE REGULATIONS,

It ia very generally known that our City liepresenstative. Sir N.Colthl'Rst, kindly undertook, at the derira of the Committee of Merchants of this City, to represent in the proper quarter the inconvenience that must arise to the public at large, should the Contractors for convey
1 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION

SEW CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION

- , APRIL is. [E O’GOItMAN, Ksij, called to tho Chair. 'Mr SCO RLE was to act Secretary. Sortie letters, claimin relief for forty freebolJwere referred the Finance Committee. census return of the pariah of Kilgubinet. in the roulity Oalway. was lead. i'llE REV. .MR. MAGUIRE. La
1 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KOUCATION.

KOUCATION.

A DISTINGUISHED CANDIDATE GRADU- A I'E Trinity College, wishes undertake the Education few Gentlemen in the Under-Graduate Course. From hi experience Teacher, and from the success of his Pupils College, lie presumes to say, thatsuch Gentlemen as will favour him, will highly with
1 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DOINGS.

DOINGS.

S. Bennet, connoted of stealing a boy seven year? old, and pawning him to a sweep for 6d, was sentencedat the late Derby Assizes seven years’ traa»- portation. Last week, man at Selby, in Yorkshire, sold * wife in the public market-place, after living with her twenty-three years
1 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC AGGREGATE MEETING

CATHOLIC AGGREGATE MEETING

I—One of the most cro'vdeJ Meetings we have ever attended, was held tins day m Clarendon street Chapel. The regulattons for the see - ing were most excellent j and. altho’ the numbers attendance were immense, inconvenience was let. hour appointed fur taking the Chair was one o c
3 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO SUBSCRIBERS.

TO SUBSCRIBERS.

The enlargement of this Paper, as described in the Notice, heretofore published, will not take place ’till Tuesday, the Bth of May, instead of the Ist, the former being the earliest day on which any lengthened Parliamentary Debate may be exoected. The time for such Subscribers a
3 May 1827 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD COCHRANE.

LORD COCHRANE.

The following letters are extracted from the Gazette de Lausanne, dated April *2O : From Lord Cochrane to the Greek Government, written shortly before his departure. Your Excellencies—l have the honour to Inform you, that I shall set out in a few shall sail on board one of the v
5 May 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland