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VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, LONDON, JULY 29.

VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, LONDON, JULY 29.

I VICE.CHANCELLOR'S COURT, LNDONW, JuLY 29, (Before Sir L. Shadwell.) Damer v. Lord Poriarlington. This was a motion to stay proceedings, and for the in- speotion of documents under these ciroumstances. In the year 1832 the late Lord Portarlington mortgaged his estate. in Ireland
1 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O'CONNELL IN BIRMINGHAM.

MR. O'CONNELL IN BIRMINGHAM.

(Front the Morniny IHerald Correspondent.) Sunday, One o'clockl Mr. O'Connell arrived here last night, on his way to Ireland, and put up at the Railway Hotel. This morning he attended mass at nine o'clock, in St. Chad's Cathedral, and received communion, as he is accustomed to d
5 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LINEN-HALL WARD—MEETING OF REPEALERS.

LINEN-HALL WARD—MEETING OF REPEALERS.

LINEN-HALL WARDMEETING OF I REPEALERS. (FRaOM A CORRESPONDENT.) A numerous and highly influential meeting of the Inhabi- tants of the Linen-ball Ward was held on the afternoon of Sunday last in the large quadrangle of the Fruit Market, Halston-street. A commodious platform was er
5 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Birdhill Slaughter —The Grand Jury have ignored the bills preferred by the Crown against Mr. Going, under the sheriff,

The Birdhill Slaughter —The Grand Jury have ignored the bills preferred by the Crown against Mr. Going, under the sheriff,

for his part in the above deplorable transaction. They found true bills against Mr. Maunsell and four others.for obstructing the sheriff in the execution of his duty, The Cobden Testimonial—The Premier has sent the very liberal subscription of £100 to the Cobden testimonial. The
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.

POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.

The Committee met on Tuesday at two o'clock. The Mayor in the Chair. The following gentlemen were present The Mayor, Alderman Thos. Lyons, John Cotter, R. Dowden, (Rd.) Samuel Lane, James, Roche, Wm. Kelleher, James Daly, Michael Mahony, John Ballard, Rev. Mr. St. George, Rev. D
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

Valuable Library, at the City Mart, Patrick-Street, now goiug on —Mr. Pennington. Interest of House Georges-street, on To-morrow Mr. Evans. Piano Forte, &c, at the Great Room, South Mall, on to morrow Mr. Marsh. Cloths, &c, at the City Mart, 81, Patrick street, on Monday next, a
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MORNING CONCERT.

MORNING CONCERT.

Mrs. Pearce gives a Morning Concert at the Imperial to-morrow, and thus allows those who do not wish, or find it convenient, to attend the Theatre, the opportunity of hearing some of the finest music sung in the best style. The pieces selected for the occasion are intrinsically
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. THRASHING MACHINES, of Best Cons/uC*n, with all the recent Improvements, WINNOWING MACHINES, and every description

SALES. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. THRASHING MACHINES, of Best Cons/uC*n, with all the recent Improvements, WINNOWING MACHINES, and every description

of HARVEST MACHINERY, manufactured at the AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTORY, PINE-STREET IRON WORKS, (above Patrick's Bridge, off Camden Quay), CORK. Agent for R. Gray's & Son's Ploughs, &c, and F. M'Neill & Co.'s Asphalted Felt, for Roofing, &c. THOMAS M'KENZIE. 30 th July, 1846. WHOLES
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We are compelled to hold over till our » vera 1 letters, reports, &c. 'nse * Vincent Dumbell—We would most

We are compelled to hold over till our » vera 1 letters, reports, &c. 'nse * Vincent Dumbell—We would most

willingly letter of our correspondent, who writes temp * well, but we do not think it necessary to contm troversy on the subject matter of his letter.
3 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
fdlcatTon AND ska bathing'

fdlcatTon AND ska bathing'

AND bathing' TIANNOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL ■ SCAiIVIEW HOUSK. TAGHMON, COUNTY OF. WEXPORI> / , In thin useful and salutary Establishment, Fifty Young are Hoarded and Kducaled for Thirty Pounds a year nz\\,imhamt,tauy extra ur additional charge, even for Laundry or The Educational Course
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland