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A FRAGMENT OF A MAITRE D'ARMES' EXPERIENCES.

A FRAGMENT OF A MAITRE D'ARMES' EXPERIENCES.

I began my sold.er s life at the first step of the ladder. I was drummer-boy a Jemmape; and when grew old enough to exchange the drum-stick for the sword. I was attached to the Chasseurs-a-cheval, and went with them to Egypt. I could tell you some strange stories ot our doings t
13 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RURAL AFFAIRS.

RURAL AFFAIRS.

How to Rear Cattle Mr. Grant, Steward to W. T. Crosbie, Esq., Ardfert Abbey, sold two bullocks last week, two years and one month old, to Mr. Patt of Tralee, for £31.—When calves, they they were fed for the first three months on new milk and hay-tea mix ed, got some turnips and
13 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

Re-Election of Sir Thomas Fremantle The Right Hon. Sir ThomasFremantle, Bart., having vacated his seat for the borough of Buckingham by his acceptance of the office of Secretary at War.vice Sir HenryHardinge, the election took place on Saturday la-t. At ten o'clock the right hon
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD ELIOT.

LORD ELIOT.

On Thursday last was in hopes of having to announce the departure of Lord Eliot from Ireland. Tbe Government here see the propriety of removing him from his present office at any cost, and accordingly the noble lord was offered the situation of Secretary at War with a seat in th
24 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We learn from an official statement that the amount of the "separate surplus fund," not bearing- interest, belonging to the

We learn from an official statement that the amount of the "separate surplus fund," not bearing- interest, belonging to the

trustees of savings banks, in the hands of ,he Commissioners for the Reduction of the National ', ' "as-Great Britain 7.6 d Ire ' and ' ' 4S - ' tOU1 ' Oxford, May 21—The Rev. Charles Marriott, of Oriel College, has addressed a letter to the Vice-Chanceuor, requiring him to summ
24 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POPPING THE QUESTION.

POPPING THE QUESTION.

Though it is impossible say anything very much to the purpose about refusals generally, a little tact and observation will always tell you whether the girl who refused you would have been worth having had she accepted. lam speaking of verbal communications only, as nobody ever w
24 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Sir Valentine Blake movbd for a return ofthe name of the mason who stood, by Prince Albert's desire, one ofthe

Sir Valentine Blake movbd for a return ofthe name of the mason who stood, by Prince Albert's desire, one ofthe

nooks reserved for the statu.es ofthe Kings, also the length of time he stood there, how he looked, and whether he was an Englishman, a Scotchman, a Welshman, or an Irishmin. Sir James Graham had never heard of the fact (hear). He had not even seen the nook; but when he did, he
24 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Trafalgar Square.- We regret to observe that the fountains here are exceedingly ob-tinate, for they will not work, and they

Trafalgar Square.- We regret to observe that the fountains here are exceedingly ob-tinate, for they will not work, and they

do not play. This seems like a determination to do neither one thing nor the other. The water in the basins looked rather muddy, but it is said to be very good water in the main. We have been told that the funds are at low water-mark, which accounts for the water being all drain
24 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SAL S. AND BRITISH WAREHOUSE. / VANCE AND CO. aniEG respectfully to announce the return C. Vance with a SPLENDID

SAL S. AND BRITISH WAREHOUSE. / VANCE AND CO. aniEG respectfully to announce the return C. Vance with a SPLENDID

VARIETY of SUMMER GOODS, all ofthe Newest description, and which are now ready for inspection. THE MILLINERY ROOMS Are now open with an extensive Assortment of French and English Millinery. Genuine IRISH TABINETS WHOLESALE and RETAIL. 17, Grand Parade, May 8. MILLINERY WAREROOMS
10 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE COURT-This day.

POLICE COURT-This day.

PRESIDING MAGISTRATES-J. j. BAGNELL AND W. WES- A young fellow named Lynch was brought up charged with stealing a handkerchief. A constable, having received information that a gentleman's pocket had been picked arrested !„„, i„ the company of one of his fellows, when found an In
20 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland