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DISTRESS IN MATO.

DISTRESS IN MATO.

DISTRESS MATO. works where employment to afford relief was necessary; »nd,|t moreover, that Le should put men up..n additional works tbs been «n.Ufd for «t tbe •].fci»l eMions, »n>l not cummenced. I him .itb tb. full rc.iou tb.l, .ctiou upon order, I then pare bin., be bad full s
28 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEDICAL CHARITIES.

MEDICAL CHARITIES.

Tbf medical charity «f Ireland eupporUd wholly or in part by public aaaeaament cf dirpenaariea, ferer boapilala, iafirmari*’!, and lunatic aayluna. With rerpect to the general atate of medical relief, tbc re! porta that have resulted from former inquiriea, its defidenciea, arid
7 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tne I 1 attempt Schlege.'s writers. d<»**9 Much ini char' Uteri of halit all pers »n There i ti an

Tne I 1 attempt Schlege.'s writers. d<»**9 Much ini char' Uteri of halit all pers »n There i ti an

11 in peruans, i trary prett power The nai teri tv. Lectures Alt r tfa it baa pru rpinted cuiation, t Judge a.m. A.* tl for the pro) the court Mr. Non llamil'on « It <**» pulilitbed i The deleudi and Stated the |' Mr. Alexau. acts ore! 11. and ties. He of Mr. Ham S' staiida laid
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELIGIOCS SERVICE.

BELIGIOCS SERVICE.

Important in their bearing upon the success of the workhouse system relief, are the forty-eighth and forty-ninth sections of the poor relief set, making provision for religious service. The commissioners. In their eighth annual report, make the following statement of the princip
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the poor law commissioners.

the poor law commissioners.

Lord BROUGHAM—I bfjj to «ll the attention of yoor lordships to notice of motion I msde on the previous evening, sod to the motions msde on several other occasions relative to certain returns affecting the administration of the poor law. Tic cause of the delay has now been very s
17 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUGAR DU 11ES BILL.

THE SUGAR DU 11ES BILL.

THE SUGAR BILL. PBOTCST AOAINiT TUE SUGAR HILL BEISG HEAD A SECOD Dissentient I.—B*cau*e alter the legislatare bad nearly half centur) and the country above half a century ago, con* demned tbe African slave trade aa the worst of human crimes, comprising almost all other*, and as
17 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO MR. COBDEN IN PARIS.

DINNER TO MR. COBDEN IN PARIS.

The Societe dcs Econ .mistes gave splendid ban. quet to Mr. Cobden, in Pari.s, on Wednesday. Besides the members of the Society several members ofthe two Chambers, merchants, and other notabilities attended The chair was taken by the Duke d'Harcourt, peer of France. Mr. Horace S
24 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEW—COVE OF COKE.

SHIP NEW—COVE OF COKE.

Aujr. 21—Wind N.W. *' William.. Ancona. wheat, orders ; Progres.. Wallis. Grande, hides, Large. Pennington, Liverpool, staves; Brothoc. Cargill, Marseilles, mai le , orders; Stirling Rickety, Paiagotna, m-.no. Sailei)—Thomas Carthj. Wilson, London, tallow; Clementina. Berritt, C
24 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK UNION—Monday.

CORK UNION—Monday.

CORK UNION— Monday. Capt. Lysteb in the Chair. 6TATE OF THE HOUSE. Admitted during the week, births, number the end of last week, 2,601—2,843. Discharged, 203; absconded and deserted, 9; died, 7—219. Remaining, 2,624. In Hospital, 185 ; extern-patients, 534—719. The Clerk here re
19 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDll Ott THE CORK. EXAMINER. Castlem-igner Glebe, Mallow, Aug. 16, 1846. am directed by the Relief Committee of

TO THE EDll Ott THE CORK. EXAMINER. Castlem-igner Glebe, Mallow, Aug. 16, 1846. am directed by the Relief Committee of

Castleroagner District, beg you will be kind enough to insert the following resolution (passed this day \ your next publication. I am, Sir, your obodi»nt servant, JOHN D. PENROSE, Treasurer. Resolved—That the Committee desire to express their apprehensions with regard the presen
19 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland