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THE MOON-AUGUST.

THE MOON-AUGUST.

Full Moon, Friday, 7th, <nln. 32 sec. pa9t morn. Last Quarter, Thursday. 13th, 18 min. see. past 10 aftern. New Moon, Friday, 21st, min. see. past 10, aftern. Second Quarter, Saturday 29th, min 42 sec. past 9 after.
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMS RILL

THE ARMS RILL

Another bad law has been erased from the statute book. The principle on which our English governors depended, for nearly the last two hundred years, for the preservation and prosperity of Ireland—recommended by the eloquence of ministers, and sanctioned the approval of senates,
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL MAGISTRATES.

REPEAL MAGISTRATES.

We (Evening Post) furnish a catalogue of the Magistrates restored the Commission of the Peace by the Lord Chancellor: Lord Ffrench, County of Galway. Daniel O'Connell, M.P.. County of Kerry. S r Michael Dllon Bellew, Bart., Co. of Galway. H. Bt idgeman, M.P., County of Clare. Pi
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS.

OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS.

Paris, Monday. Aug- 17.—At 1 o'clock the King opened the session of the Chambers by the following speech : " Gentlemen, Peers, and Deputies,—" I experience a lively satisfaction at seeing you assembling round me with so much eagerness. At the usual period of your labour shall co
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. —At this moriiing'a market there was a small show of Wheat land-carriage samples from the home counties,

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. —At this moriiing'a market there was a small show of Wheat land-carriage samples from the home counties,

and very little fresh up coastwise. Most that exhibited the Essex and Kent stands was of this year's growth, and, being generally of fine quality, no difficulty was experienced in effecting sales prices Is to per qr. above those current day iVanigbt, Old Wheat wai not in mob. li
21 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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snVKN ORIGINAL GREKN GINGER WINE only trial to tc found worthy the high charac cr it has obtained throughout the Kingdom. Sold Dublin Wholesale, by Messrs. ROBERT SMYTH and SONS. WESTLAND HOW. and Reran, by- / Messrs. K. and J. llaona, llenry-sticct. y /J J. and J G.ddMuith. Step
21 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRADE WITH THE SPANISH COLONIES,

TRADE WITH THE SPANISH COLONIES,

Lord G. BENTINCK drew the attention the house to the state of the carrying trade between this country and the Spanish colonies. The noble lord entered at great length into the extent of the trade with the Spanish colonics prior to 1813. since which period, owing to the duties im
21 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
OCCUPATION OF CRACOW,

OCCUPATION OF CRACOW,

Mr. HUME then called attention to the occupation of Cracow, which led to considerable discussions and ■explanations, similar to these given last week iu the House of Lords. Lord PALMERSTON, in the course his ohser- on the subject, said that Hie three allied powers mu*t tee the n
21 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SMITH o’ORIEN

MR. SMITH o’ORIEN

Dr. Wm. Griffin then rose and said —ln laying before the Council notice of certain resolutions in reference to the secession of Mr. S. O’Brien from the Repeal Association, I feel it necessary to offer a few j words explanation. The late proceedings in that body would lead to the
21 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland