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Dit.—l have just heard and truly, that thero is a case of Breach of Promise" of more than ordinary interest

Dit.—l have just heard and truly, that thero is a case of Breach of Promise" of more than ordinary interest

to be tried at the after sittings or in January term. The names of the parties I cannot at present disclose, but besides handsome face, I understand the injured fair one possesses golden attractions. The cause of the quarrel I cannot mention either for tho present Dublin Corresp
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE REPEALERS OF IRELAND.

TO THE REPEALERS OF IRELAND.

Dublin, October 1846. Fellow-Countrymen. absence from town prevented me from having officially l earne( until yesterday, the extraordinary proceedings of the Association in my regard upon Monday last. So far as these proceedings concern myself, I need scarcely say that they are
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Pigs. —This useful and, we may write, Irish description of stock is, we fear, fast disappearing from the doors of

Pigs. —This useful and, we may write, Irish description of stock is, we fear, fast disappearing from the doors of

the cottages of this country. Heretofore the chief dependence of the poor Irish labourer was on his pig, which was an appanage to the cabin of the poorest. The loss of the potatoes, and tbe reversion and offal which they afforded, has deprived tho peasant of means to feed his pi
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS—COVE OF CORK.

SHIP NEWS—COVE OF CORK.

SHIP NEWS—COVE CORK. Nov. 2—Wind S. Arrived—Mary and Elizabeth, M Cauley, Bahia, sugar, orders Jane Morrison, Young, Quebec, do, timber, 27 days ; Elizabeth Boltenhouse, Dublin, ht. John's ballast; Volanti, M'Murkey, Liverpool, St. Andrew's, do; William, Watkins, Newcastle, Limer
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The above precious morceau appeared in Wednesday's Pilot. Whether the hoAfct and well-intentioned writer drew on his imagination lor the

The above precious morceau appeared in Wednesday's Pilot. Whether the hoAfct and well-intentioned writer drew on his imagination lor the

entire, or contented himself with the less amoft\pus task of embellishing the He of another, few choice falsehoods of his own, know not, nor is necessary to know. Neither is it of any importance to learn whether the whole paragraph were written with one intention—to make a sly s
6 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LABOUR ACT—DRAINAGE.

THE LABOUR ACT—DRAINAGE.

At a general meeting of the landlords of Ireland, convened by requisition, and held last month in Dublin, at No. 41, Upper Sackville-street, a resolution was adopted for presentation to the government, praying that drainage might be prosecuted through the country instead of road
6 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE y TO RELIEF COMMITTEES AND OTHERS. INDIAN CORN MEAL, White and Yellow Wheaten Meal, and Oatmeal, all of Prime

SALE y TO RELIEF COMMITTEES AND OTHERS. INDIAN CORN MEAL, White and Yellow Wheaten Meal, and Oatmeal, all of Prime

Quality, constantly on Sale at DENIS MURPHY'S MILL and STORES, 66. YORK STREET, BLACKPOOL., FINEST OLD SHERRY~WINE S. W. J. TOM KINS HAS the pleasure to announco tbe safe arrival of The Grape," Stokes, Master, from Cadiz, DIBECT, with 8 BUTTS, HOGSHEADS, X 48 QUARTER CASKS, Bein
6 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. EMIGRATION TO AMERICA, FOR NEW YORK, SEA," Freeman, 1,300 JToA, 9th J»- November. _/ * JgK" SOUTHERNER," Palmer, 1,700

SHIPPING. EMIGRATION TO AMERICA, FOR NEW YORK, SEA," Freeman, 1,300 JToA, 9th J»- November. _/ * JgK" SOUTHERNER," Palmer, 1,700

Tons, November. FOR BOSTON, /f " COLOMBO," Janvrien, Tons, lOtfr-Nov. FOR NEW ORLEANS, " LOOSHT AUK," Thain, 1,300 Ton?, lOtbJJbl. For Passage apply to GREGORY O'NEILL, 9, Merchants-quay, Cork. NOV EM B eTr, rB"¥6T~ STEAM SAIL for the undermentioned Ports,from the CORK STEAM SHI
6 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SEPTEMBER 2.)

SEPTEMBER 2.)

military operations of any moment have taken effect in KaflirJand since those already before the public. The Governor continued the camp in the Buffalo. Sir Andress Stocken strom and Colonel Johnstone were understood to moving on the upper Kei, with the hope of overtaking the fu
6 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH FISHERIES,

THE IRISH FISHERIES,

The Times of yesterday has devoted considerable space to the subject of the present destitution of Ireland, and reads a lecture, not altogether unracrited, the want of general providence exhibited at home and under this visitation. With a portion of those strictures do not mean
6 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland