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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORK CORN EXCHANGE—Nov. 2, 1846. Barrels. THIS DAY. Currency. 16 White Wheat 3ls to 36s OOs Stone. Red Wheat OOs Od to OOs Od 1,. „, ,„ dn 81 Ditto 30s to 36s Od V °' — Bariey OOs Od to OOs Od Q .,_ - iv 91 Ditto to 19s Sd 1 5 Bere 23s Od to Od OOs Od 159 Oats to 15s 4d ~ ~ Ditt
2 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir—Perhaps you could draw the atteution Government the melancholy state of the poor

TO THE EDITOR OF THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir—Perhaps you could draw the atteution Government the melancholy state of the poor

people Drimoleague and Drinagh, by inserting tbe following lines your Journal, which is always devoted to the cause of the poor. A poor man from this parish, who spent two or three "weeks' working on one of our few roads here, trying to support five in family for 8d. day, died o
2 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FLOOD ON THE LOIRE.

THE FLOOD ON THE LOIRE.

THE FLOOD THE LOIRE. Blois, Oct. 25.— This most disastrous and unexampled flood is now sinking. The register of its height at the bridge of this town stands at thirteen feet. It stood at fifteen all day yesterday showing by its slow sinking what a prodigious volume of water has f
2 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FURNITURE

THE FURNITURE

Cnmprinc* Parlour Chaira, with moveable seat*. In haircloth ; 4 Arm ditto; Dining. Card. Loo, Sofa, an Sideboard Table* ; capital Mahogany Library Book-Case. 11 feet wide. 'J feet high; Pier Table, with Marble Top and Omnnents; 2 smaller ditto; Plate Bucket*; Tea Store*; large B
2 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
it was altogether owing to the smallness of their staff. I and be was bappv say they were doing all

it was altogether owing to the smallness of their staff. I and be was bappv say they were doing all

they coo'd t.ibive that smlf enlarged. They had brought over a great number of Sapper* and Miners tr. England, but still there | were many yet required, for the misery of Ireland was great— Greater, be afraid, than could relieved a» they could wieh —(bear, hear.) He (Mr. Connell
2 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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POOD PROSPECTS. Latest AcroowTs feom Amebica.—The accounts rerelved, per the Hibernia, regard flour and grain of all kinds, the accounts

POOD PROSPECTS. Latest AcroowTs feom Amebica.—The accounts rerelved, per the Hibernia, regard flour and grain of all kinds, the accounts

are ever) tiling to Juired b) tboM mMt .itli.ru. lor .buniljnce, to ealiafy our diitrerird fellowcoutiliymen. defiaitce eoatioaed .l.rntit.g Mcount. of the of pot.toti to (treat Biitain. .ltd the enormnui porcba.es no. being m«de in .11 markets of the great American union, yet «
2 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROM THE COUNT*

DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROM THE COUNT*

Mis Excellency tbe Lord Lieutenant received deputation on Saturday, one o'clock, in tbe Viceregal Lodgs, Phoenix Park, composed of the following gentlemen from the county Galway, who came to town for the purpose of laying before tbe government tbe state of destitution of the poo
2 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Caraber, Ncwry. in the county <>f Armagh, mcrchsnt dealer, and chapman, to surrender on Tuesday, the I day November next, and Friday, the 11th day December following. Wyndham Sparling, ot Hallinacargy. in the county of Westmeatf. shopkeeper, dealer, and chapman, surrender T
2 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWENTY-EIGHTH THOUSAN 1)

TWENTY-EIGHTH THOUSAN 1)

Published by the Authors, and may had at their residence ; also',sold Strange, 'dl. Paternoster Kovr, London ; & Co., Cork ; Adctrtitr Office, Waterford; Heddou, Chemist, Wexfurd , liamiUon & Co., Drogheda; free I'rcaa Office, Tipperary; Limerick ; Mercury and l imficetor Office
2 November 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
's7arUtif*.

's7arUtif*.

Use of the Electric Telegraph.— The other day a pheasant which had perched upon the w ires of the Lincoln and Nottingham railway was killed electricity. The railway people were conveying message along the line, which was doubtless the cause of its death. The telegraph was employe
2 November 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland