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CORK MARKETS, THURSDAY, JAN. 17.

CORK MARKETS, THURSDAY, JAN. 17.

CO RN.—We not alter our last quotations. Each description supports the prices uesday. —AV heat, 3d @ barrel 20st. ; Oats, life 11s ditto stone; Bariev, (ffilSs do. 10 stone ; Bere, 10s to 12s Receipts this day.—Wheat. ; Oats, ; Barley, 389 barrels. —Receipts yesterday.—Wheat, 14
17 January 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SEED STORES, BURGH QUAY. IMPORT El) SEED OATS AND BAR LEY f If ENGLISH CLOVER SEELS, tjc. AK KiVED. P.

SEED STORES, BURGH QUAY. IMPORT El) SEED OATS AND BAR LEY f If ENGLISH CLOVER SEELS, tjc. AK KiVED. P.

WILSON and Co. informs their Friends and tho Public, that they have received their usual annual Supply New Farming and Garden Seed*:, the im Annan, Cargo ot' Seed Oafs and Harley, Quality not to excelled ; the Seed Oats weighing 4011)3. a Bushel, and the Barley sGlbs. and perfec
15 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HON. THE LOUD MAYOU ALDERMEN, SHERIFFS, AND THE CITY OF DUBLIN. Lord .nd Gkxtle'iz.v, I HAVE this mcment heard

THE HON. THE LOUD MAYOU ALDERMEN, SHERIFFS, AND THE CITY OF DUBLIN. Lord .nd Gkxtle'iz.v, I HAVE this mcment heard

the melancholy account '..< c death Sir Jonas (iKirs*, your respected Recorder, an event which, with unaffected sincerity, assure ▼ou, I, common with fcliow-chi •«ns, sincerely lament, impressed with feelings, I would not speedily appeal to you upon the subject of Ids successor,
15 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POETRY. 11 BOM MB. T. MOO»t*B o, rOWIAB ; (JV9T rVBLIftIiKU.) THE BASHFUL LOVER.—(ltaiuji > I would tell her love

POETRY. 11 BOM MB. T. MOO»t*B o, rOWIAB ; (JV9T rVBLIftIiKU.) THE BASHFUL LOVER.—(ltaiuji > I would tell her love

her, Did know but the wav. Could Hp« hut diwover li.ti a lover should sav. Bwear to adore her Every morning 1 rivi*. Yet, when oneu Tai Itetore her. All my Hits. Oh! gods, did ye ever Such siinpleton »«•, ni in love, and vet nwer Have (be heart mv *.O. Having a spirit, tiio> .it
8 March 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWKSDAT.

TWKSDAT.

English and Jolin Duggan were koild ctiilty assault Michael (in the h fast at Magginsfonh-r sentenced to six weeks and Inter to one months imprisonment. ?.t.('ahil for a,rescue —prosecution given Siss the ainonnt of the civil bill was satis* b.l. j«a,e. and I Kennedy, ilin and J
23 January 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MAR3I2TB. CIONMKI. Mahksts. —Fliwir—SfoomN, '. Th>r<U, !;9h. 'o , iipH Foi'rthi iiom 16-.'o £l}« li», Oitroenl, Butter, 73H., I'le '*-

MAR3I2TB. CIONMKI. Mahksts. —Fliwir—SfoomN, '. Th>r<U, !;9h. 'o , iipH Foi'rthi iiom 16-.'o £l}« li», Oitroenl, Butter, 73H., I'le '*-

per C«vt. \V)ie«! ha« Advanced Irom I ?Jd. to. 15|.. OatviiN''from SJ 1 91. per atone. e. 13 . 3.1 end Hatley, 15s 3d per barrel There la? been an abundant .upply of Corn, and smart nalei. London torn E.rc/ion trs. January 18 The continual)C" of winds |ireven»« the rrira' of far
23 January 1828 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
WINES, SIX YEARS IMPORTED, FOR CASH PAYMENTS. Several Hundred Dozens of Old Port,! per Dm. per Bit. Sherry, Teneriffe, Calcavella,

WINES, SIX YEARS IMPORTED, FOR CASH PAYMENTS. Several Hundred Dozens of Old Port,! per Dm. per Bit. Sherry, Teneriffe, Calcavella,

Bu->.... 30S. 2s. 6d. cellas, aud Lisbons J The same Wines in Imperial Pint » Bottles J'"' Z *' od ' Ditto, in Three-quarter pint 18s. Is. 6d. Ditto, in Half-pint 12s. Is. Ot). One Thousand Dozens of Old Claret, , now Bottling, in Imperial Pints * Also, great variety of Clarets,
18 January 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 January 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 January 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF MR. LAMB.

DEPARTURE OF MR. LAMB.

This morning (Weduesdsy) the Right lion- William Lamb, Chief Secretary for Ireland, took his final departure from this country, and sailed for Holyhead in the Howth packet. We bare been credibly informed that the Right Honourable Gentleman is not to return. This important, inasm
19 January 1828 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland