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TWENTY-EIGHTH THOUSAND.

TWENTY-EIGHTH THOUSAND.

Published the Authors, and may be had their residence; also Sold Strange. 21, Paternoster-row, London ;G. Philip, South Castle-street, Liverpool; Clancy, 6, Bedford-row, Dublin; Bolster A Co. Cork ; Adrettiser Office, Waterford; O’Shaughnessy, Limerick; Mercury and Vindicator Of
26 August 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Revenue, &c, of Ireland. From a paper just issued by order the House of Commons it appears that in 1844

Revenue, &c, of Ireland. From a paper just issued by order the House of Commons it appears that in 1844

net produce ofthe Revenue of Ireland was £4,265,723. ; and the year ending ot January, 1846, was £4,478,791. "showing an increasein the latter twelvemonth of £213,052. The increase was in items of excise—chiefly stamps and Post Office. A small decrease existed in those of the cu
19 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Great Murster Company. Bill in Chancery has been filed against the Provisional Committee of ibis Company at the instance of

Great Murster Company. Bill in Chancery has been filed against the Provisional Committee of ibis Company at the instance of

Mr. Charles Barry Baldwin, M.P. ; Mr. Daniel Whittle Harvey, MP."; and Mr. Solomon Jacob Waley. In consequence of this proceeding, the Provisional Committee are forced to defer the winding pf the Company's affairs.— lrish Railway Gazette.
19 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIHTHB. On the 12th inst., at Marston Rectory, the lion. Mrs. Richard Boyle, of a daughter. On the 15th inst.,

BIHTHB. On the 12th inst., at Marston Rectory, the lion. Mrs. Richard Boyle, of a daughter. On the 15th inst.,

at 17. Great Chsrles-street, Dublin, the lady of R. F. Mullins, Esq., Barrlster-at-Law, of a son. On the Kith inst., at Salt-hill, Monkstown, the lady of Francis Green Tinkler, Esq., of a son. Monday, at his house in Upper HartBtonge-st., Limerick, the lady of Philip Lyons, Esq.
19 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DYING DECLARATIONS—ENORMOUS LYING.

DYING DECLARATIONS—ENORMOUS LYING.

The anti-Irish and fanatic Press of the kingdom contend that dying declarations of Irish criminals, as to their innocence, are not only not worth a button, but as they are delivered under the direction, controul, or advice of the attending Catholic clergymen, are pieces of enorm
17 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO MY N DEAR WIFE. The gentle stream, that murmuring flows Through woodlands green and meadows sweet, From welling springs,

TO MY N DEAR WIFE. The gentle stream, that murmuring flows Through woodlands green and meadows sweet, From welling springs,

near which it goes, Fresh strength and fresh supplies doth meet; Till, to a nobler volume grown, Some city's walls it wanders past. And with soft and plaintive moan, Rolls a river wide and vast. E'en thus my love's increasing tide Each day, each hour, fresh impulse gains, And, a
17 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The following acknowledgment has been recei* c the late Foreman ofthe City Grand Jury:— Treasury Chambers, 6th August. Sir—l commanded

The following acknowledgment has been recei* c the late Foreman ofthe City Grand Jury:— Treasury Chambers, 6th August. Sir—l commanded

by the Lords Commissioners y,t<* jesty's Treasury, to acknowledge the receipt your lette et r** John Russell, dated the 30lh ult., transmitting copies c jo|» solutions ofthe Grand Jury ofthe Cork Assizes, and to "?' lf that the attention of her Majesty's government Is rected to
12 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS^ 1842. THE CATHOLIC MISSIONARY COLLEGE OF ALL HALLOWS, DRUMCONDRA DUBLIN, Sanctioned by His Holiness Pope Gregory the XVI. and

MISCELLANEOUS^ 1842. THE CATHOLIC MISSIONARY COLLEGE OF ALL HALLOWS, DRUMCONDRA DUBLIN, Sanctioned by His Holiness Pope Gregory the XVI. and

the Sacred Congregation of the Propaganda and under the patronage and direction of h'isGrace the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, Archbishop of Dublin. ALL HALLOWS' COLLEGE is etensive building, situated on a beautiful and retired demesne of t» enty-four acres, about one mile from Dublin.
12 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. John Murray was on Saturday unanimously elected Chairmjan of the Clonakilty Town Commissioners. Christmas Paul Wallis, son of the

Mr. John Murray was on Saturday unanimously elected Chairmjan of the Clonakilty Town Commissioners. Christmas Paul Wallis, son of the

Rev. Paul Wallis, late of Renny, in the county of deceased, has been duly sworn an Attorney JWajesty's Court of Exchequer, and a Solicitor of her majesty's Hiph Court of Chancery in Ireland.
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland