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THE ASSOCIATION.

THE ASSOCIATION.

The Cork Examiner. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1846 Although Mr. O'Connell's presence at the Association has not produced that union which we looked upon possible, and has given but little hope of the return of Mr. Smith O'Brien-; still his presence and his speech, at a moment
5 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO HIS WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR A. F. ROCHE, ESQ.

TO HIS WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR A. F. ROCHE, ESQ.

Sir,—During the year of office of your predecessor (Rd. Dowden Richard, Esq.) 1 took the liberty of calling his attention to the miserable passage called Winthropp Street, which leads from Patrick Street to the South Mall. then stated that lives had been lost, and instanced, tha
5 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICES. ONLY TILL THE 11th INSTANT IN CORKCURE OF CORNS, BUNIONS, CALLOSITIES, NAILS GROWING INTO THE FLESH, AND EVERY DISORDER

NOTICES. ONLY TILL THE 11th INSTANT IN CORKCURE OF CORNS, BUNIONS, CALLOSITIES, NAILS GROWING INTO THE FLESH, AND EVERY DISORDER

OF THE FEET, WITJIOBT CUTTING OR CAUSING THE SLIGyrIWT PAIN. MRrLENETZKY, CHIROPODIST, of 48, GRAFTON-STREET, DUBLIN, begs to return bis grateful acknowledgments to the Nobility, Gentry and Inhabitants of CORK and its environs, for the very extensive patronage he has been honour
5 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RECLAMATION OF BOG LANDS We (Post) need hardly request attention to the following letter from Lord Cloncurry—particularly to that part

RECLAMATION OF BOG LANDS We (Post) need hardly request attention to the following letter from Lord Cloncurry—particularly to that part

it regarding the Bog Lands. We dare say something will be attempted this year, with a view to carry out some of the recommendations of the Bog Commissioners thirty-two years ago. We agree with Lord Cloncurry as to the dwadling manner iv which the Works of the Kingston Harbour ar
28 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IN ('ll ANChIeY

IN ('ll ANChIeY

John Caltill, ami Margaret | UKSUANT to the Cahill. ! -1. LK-cree-in this cause, bear* PUmt.ir*; in* da’o the V7lh day of April, John Lah-r. ai d others. J Ih*6. require all Arsons hMing ' Detendanta. s or incuinliraioea dMnog J Uie Lands and PtgPiisawfiGurteen, in the county of
19 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
5. KnockmoyUn K"'h^lo‘ I3«J 0 I'J2» 0 0 L’nk»cU.

5. KnockmoyUn K"'h^lo‘ I3«J 0 I'J2» 0 0 L’nk»cU.

5. KnockmoyUn K lo I3«J I'J2» L’nk»cU. 4. Kilcolanc Govran 026 7 8 TeraiinaMe lease*. Castletown Moocynamuck | lawn Rathpatrick Itathosrar Tournamun- gaun Uallyquiddchy Galmoy 003 3 7 459 19 Parly termimble lutsea. Do. HOO 2 29 591 Paitlv uolcased. Do. 491 I 21 333 4 3 Do. 245 2
21 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BISHOP OF CASHEL'S CHARGE.*

THE BISHOP OF CASHEL'S CHARGE.*

As long the substance and sentiments of the Charge, recently delivered by the above-named eminent Prel ite to bis clergy, rested upon nothing more authentic than the unfair report of unfriendly newspaper, there might have been room for unjust criticism with which Lis Lordship hs
3 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
did not state that the disease was the .\siatic cholen

did not state that the disease was the .\siatic cholen

the terms of the communication, there cnu.'d be that that intended, and, therefore, wished tit oobie marquit (the Marqu sot Lansdowi.e) ♦nation bad been received f*y tbe govern ** The Marquis of end that the comtnm the L<>rd Mayor which bis nol>le friend tdcn«d. mention words As
3 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REPEAL TREACHERY—THE POLITI1 Al

THE REPEAL TREACHERY—THE POLITI1 Al

THE REPEAL TREACHERY—THE POLITI Al THUGS —HINTS FOR LuKU JullN HISStLL. *• Crest men, I'vs said it, often arc great fools. Cre«t 6>ci'phsnis great fwindlers. and gnat knaves . Too often bred in t>raniiy'a dark schools. Happy to tee the uodcr world their slaves ; Great men at diff
3 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• d. I Wheat 48 6 Oats Barley 27 3 | Rye

• d. I Wheat 48 6 Oats Barley 27 3 | Rye

• d. I Wheat Oats Barley 27 3 | Rye s. d. Wheat 0 Barley 4 0 BMITHFIF.LI) CATTLE MARKET— Lon now. Acgcst 21 The supplies of tiKr.t this morning weie ni>>deraie, end a pleasant trade done at improved ra'es. The best quality of bcif made 4s. 4d., and old Downs, 4s. Gd. Vesl fiom 4*
24 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland