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ACTIVE SYMPATHY FOR THE POOR.

ACTIVE SYMPATHY FOR THE POOR.

Whilst the Government and their officials are looking on with a coolness that would be admirable at any other time, or under any other circumstances, save at the time when disease has destroyed the food of millions, and when famine and fever are already beginning to work their t
10 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

Wae-Ofmck, April 3. Royal Regiment of Horse Guards—Lieut Hood to be Captain by purchase, vice Oliver, who retires; Cornet flic Hon G Milles, to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice feeod ; Lord George Charles Gordon Lennox, to be corner, by purchase, vice Milles. 4th Dragoon Guards
10 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

(FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) jj New York, March 31, 1846. tea E j .^ ' —Although the public mind is momentarily witnP*"Peculations upon the state of our relations cut" »' and » as iar as tho issue depends upon our Exeive, we see no reason to think the probabilities of war jP ce
20 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Victory of Sobraon Although it may seem inviduous to mention individuals who distinguished themselves, where all were brave, we feel

Victory of Sobraon Although it may seem inviduous to mention individuals who distinguished themselves, where all were brave, we feel

as Irishmen both pride and pleasure in recording the fact, that the 10th Foot, who led the attack at the glorious late battle of Sobraon, and who as recorded the Commander-in- Chief's despatch, reserved their firo until within tho enemy's batteries was beaded by an Irishman, Lie
20 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTEMPT TO KILL THE KING OF THE FRENCH.

ATTEMPT TO KILL THE KING OF THE FRENCH.

The Daily News of Saturday was the only (jfl Journal that contained the following information. The following is from the Journal dcs Debats:-— On Friday morning, about half'-pa3t five, the otne the King was returning from his drive in the rest i,jj Fontainableau. a man, seated u
20 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mallow, Sunday.—ln consequence of tno ,i tf the ruffian who wanted the people to f- Police on last Friday, the

Mallow, Sunday.—ln consequence of tno ,i tf the ruffian who wanted the people to f- Police on last Friday, the

Rev. Mr. VI addressed the congregation at all the Masses He said that no person but a ruffian, a traitor. . ard, would attack the few Policemen of the the scoundrel who gave the advice to do w« a vile character ; and that he only wanted t° ' people's blood shed that he may put i
20 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

Mt Friends and Khithren. Your affectionate addrer-i. and the manner of its delivery, affect me deeply. I was always aware that your loyal body placed confidence in roc. and without egotism. I esn ray. that duringmy whole life I have end'avoured earn your good opinion by every ex
8 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mining Company of Ireland.

Mining Company of Ireland.

GiralCountT Itowr. I!el. Newry.... 'I and liantry • Dublin and Belfast Junction ■>» 1; X „ ~ Great Southern»nd Western in it «.c»t W. *nd Royal C»nal Com. 10 0 KilUmey Junction. . . « Jj Newry. Warrenpoint, Rottrev.. 0 U Waterford .nd Limerick............. »0 Q J . Waterford. We
8 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sa ,O Robert Peel of dUW bi. ,-atemen. of Feb.u.r, 14. 1845, -e mo.t .upport bftve been groi.ly by the

Sa ,O Robert Peel of dUW bi. ,-atemen. of Feb.u.r, 14. 1845, -e mo.t .upport bftve been groi.ly by the

eccounl. to have grimly miKOnceiecd them—end either ypo ?W.hu.d.o.ly provn hi# incompe.cnry .. a ho.nce nim« er- FiTberhi. etatement in February, 184.,, ,a. macerate to the eiteot of million., the aecnuot. now published are loaecnrate ,0 that enormous eatent. That the aecounts m
8 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

•THE HISTORY MARGARET CATCHPOLE, „ . A SUFFOLK. GIRL. Inc Rev. Rouakd Cobhold, Hector of Wortham; with lllustra tiona (rum dkvtchea Hie Author. Third Edition. London: Colburn. a Ltaiory simple and beautiful natta ive of facts and circumstancta which took place in the Itle of jou
8 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland