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ASSISTANT BARRISTER'S COURT—Friday.

ASSISTANT BARRISTER'S COURT—Friday.

Before Henry Baldwin, Esq., Q.C.] John Roberts v. John Callaghan. This case was tried by a Jury, the evidence at each side being contradictory. Mr. O'Brien, for the plaintiff.said that it was brought to recover the sum of £10, being the price of a horse which plaintiff paid Defe
6 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. AN ABSTRACT OF such ACCOUNTS as have been transmitted by the JUSTICES to the CLERK OF THE PEACE,

PUBLIC NOTICES. AN ABSTRACT OF such ACCOUNTS as have been transmitted by the JUSTICES to the CLERK OF THE PEACE,

Fourteen Days previous to the Spring Assizes held on the 16th of March, 1846. Names of Magistrates I For what persons For what by whom Sums. Public Charity fined. Offence. fined. paid. s. d. Richd. Wallis Assault .. Castlemar- Castlemartyr tyr Bench 6 Dispensary Patrick Joyce ..
6 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INSURANCES. ROYAL FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. REGISTERED. CAPITAL—£2,OOO,OOO, inTfjo.OOO Sharesof£2o each. TRUSTEES. John Shaw Leigh, Esq., | R.8.8.H. Blundell,

INSURANCES. ROYAL FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. REGISTERED. CAPITAL—£2,OOO,OOO, inTfjo.OOO Sharesof£2o each. TRUSTEES. John Shaw Leigh, Esq., | R.8.8.H. Blundell,

Esq. DIRECTORS. Josias Booker, Esq., Chairman Hugh J. Sanderson, Esq., and Charles Turner, Esq., Deputy Chairmen. The Mayor of Liverpool. Wm. Blain, Esq. Henry Killock, Esq. Thomas Bouch, Esq. Thomas Lee, Esq. John Campbell, Esq. Francis Maxwell, Esq. David Cannon, Esq. Robert M
6 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Corn and Coercion Hills—The following is an extract from a letter received yesterday from a member of Parliament:— Wednesday

The Corn and Coercion Hills—The following is an extract from a letter received yesterday from a member of Parliament:— Wednesday

will certainly be taken with the adjourned debate on the Coercion Bill, as 13 members have yet tospeak against the first reading, which, of course will not be decided upon till after Easter. Tuesday is a day on which motions have precedence, and it is befieved the members who ha
8 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE WIDE STREET COMMISSIONERS

TO THE WIDE STREET COMMISSIONERS

Gentlemen,—By the contract entered into you and the Gas Company, they are bound to Jail-road as far as the Borough Boundary. May . s why it is not done ? Is it because majority of the inhabitants of the neighbourhood belong to the humbler classes ? This must certainly be the cau
8 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Ainsworth's Magazine —Chapman & Hall, London. This periodical is, as usual, full of light and pleasant reading. We notice the

Ainsworth's Magazine —Chapman & Hall, London. This periodical is, as usual, full of light and pleasant reading. We notice the

March number, which was slow in reaching us. Can such things Be, is a striking recital certain matters which must be classed with the supernatural. How Charade was soloed a Codicil, is funny affair, told with a great deal of comic spirit. Old Saint Pauls is continued with Mr. Ai
8 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

TH E CATHOLIC CHURCH T j ANOTHER CONVERSION ROME. the-F n° L: APRIL 1,1 the church of St - Perform' ' S town ' and where Pusevism has been the • - t0 full extent - as. on Sunday, announced B ter that curate, the Rev. Mr. Wells, had The T a " Catholic Morning Herald. tholic ' • Eg
10 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
J*jJgUC NOTICES. RjTY SE R MON. HA - SERMON, aid of the Magdalen DAY Peacock Lane, will be preached on

J*jJgUC NOTICES. RjTY SE R MON. HA - SERMON, aid of the Magdalen DAY Peacock Lane, will be preached on

SUN-20'cio 0 nstant « the South Parish Chapel, at -f ,he Rev - Geor ge Sheehan. Sermon be Selection of Sacred Music before the °^ tno?e cannot attend will be received Trust acknowledged by the Governesses, by the p to . the Institution, viz. .—Right Rev. Dr. *■ J- Troy, Esq., Th
20 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ENDOWMENT SOCIETY—Yesterday.

ENDOWMENT SOCIETY—Yesterday.

The Quarterly Meeting of the Cork Annuity Endow, rnent Society was held, at their Board Boom, College Buildings, at one o'clock yesterday. Present—George Lauranco, John Hodder, William Clear, John Maguire, Robert Hatt m, AlexanderDeane, Samuel W. Perrier, George N. Harvey, James
15 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RELIEF OF THE POOR—PUBLIC MEETING OF YESTERDAY.

RELIEF OF THE POOR—PUBLIC MEETING OF YESTERDAY.

We shall only call attention to the meeting of yesterday, the proceedings at which will be found reported at considerable length in this day's paper. We deeply regret to say that the proceedings were not of so practical nature as could be wished, or as the necessity of the case
15 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland