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IMPORTANT PUBLIC WORK.

IMPORTANT PUBLIC WORK.

A. Presentment Session was noticed be held on Monday, at the village of Ballincurrig, in the East Riding, for the purpose of approving or rejecting a line of road to Tallagh, which had passed at a previous Session. At the appointed hour, a considerable number of magistrates and
19 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE-Yesterday.

POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE-Yesterday.

This Committee met on yesterday,in their Board Room. The Mayor presided. Rev. Mr. O'Regan laid the following petition before the Committee, which had been handed to him by some distressed persons who were waiting outside. It spoke for itself: To the Gentlemen of the Relief Commi
26 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
aIR H At Mount Verdon Terrace, on t 'e 22d inst.. the lady of Samue, Philip To« iiBen , of

aIR H At Mount Verdon Terrace, on t 'e 22d inst.. the lady of Samue, Philip To« iiBen , of

Garrycloyne, Esq., of a a.m. On Monday morning, the 24th inst., at Glenwilliam Castle, lady of Wm Homo De Maasy. Esq , ofa son. the 20th inst., at seat, Glanduff-house, co. Limerick, the lady of Ey.e levers, Esq., of a daughter. the inst., the house of her fattier, (Mr. R. B. Gr
26 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

MM UJUI\, (From Express of Monday.) The complaints respecting the Potato crop have become so universal as to create considerable uneasiness ; until very recently we were disposed to believe that the mischief likely to result from the disease, which has for the second time attack
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. IMPE3IAL CLAHErTCE HOTEL. COREGRAND RACE BALL- ON THE 27th INST. MR. M'DOWELL has the honour to announe to

PUBLIC NOTICES. IMPE3IAL CLAHErTCE HOTEL. COREGRAND RACE BALL- ON THE 27th INST. MR. M'DOWELL has the honour to announe to

the Nobility and Gentry that, by desire of many influential parties, he has been induced to give a Ball on the above night, when he hopes to meflk with the support of all the Rank and Fashion of im/ great County and important City. the night the Ball, Mr. will be prepared with a
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. DUBLIN, GLASGOW, AND CORK ST.EAM PACKET COMPANY. rpHE "VANGUARD' Steam Ship JL Captain William Stokes, is in- A 'ended

SHIPPING. DUBLIN, GLASGOW, AND CORK ST.EAM PACKET COMPANY. rpHE "VANGUARD' Steam Ship JL Captain William Stokes, is in- A 'ended

to be DUBLIN AND G_LA9JtOW, on TUESDAY Next, 25th AUG US o'Clock, Evening. N. & J CUMMINS. Quay. Cork, August 21, 1846. STEAM BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH. E Cork Steam Ship Company's First Class Steam Ship "OCEAN" John Hall, Commander, is intended dispatched
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
‘ Right her wrongs in battle line.’

‘ Right her wrongs in battle line.’

Right her wrongs in battle line.’ * We fully confess that much was written In this journal tending remotelg to that end. Calculated stimulate the hope and desire of groat and speedy changes wrought people’s might But not one witbeyond what was sjioken by the orators of the moveme
1 August 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHAMPION

THE CHAMPION

1 August 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
OUK OUR ( From tne F'eewanJ. In article on opinion, which was typo before the association niet yesterday, atatc.l that

OUK OUR ( From tne F'eewanJ. In article on opinion, which was typo before the association niet yesterday, atatc.l that

change the most remarkable that i>er!iapB ever occurwl the puo- sentiment of a people was hegining to manifest itself the public mind of England. The evidence of that change before us when enunciated our opinion the concurrent testimony of the English press every shade of poll t
8 August 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CUAMPIOTf.

CUAMPIOTf.

titiciite lias excited, cannot divest ourselves of deep feeling of sorrow the thought that not few families among our subjects have been prevented from participating lu the common joy, because in the privation of domestic comforts they endured great part of the bmenl that some m
8 August 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland