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POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.-Yesterday.

POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.-Yesterday.

The Mayor in the Chair. The Chairman said that there were number of unemployed masons attendance, who desired to have an audience of the Committee. A deputation from these men were then introduced, and the Chairman asked them what they wished the Committee to do for them. The Sp
11 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A NON-REPEAL MAYOR.

A NON-REPEAL MAYOR.

NON-REPEAL MAYOR. By the speech of Mr. O'Connell, on Monday, it would seem that he spoke under misapprehension of the true state of facts in reference to the attempt about to be made, to give Cork a non-Repealer as Mayor for 1847. Whatever division exists in Cork in consequence o
11 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

Marriage in High Life.—On Thursday morning, the sth inst., in St. Mary's Chapel, Knaresboro, by tho Rev. W.J. Hampson, D. Leahy Arthur, Esq., High Sheriff of this city, eldest son of D. Leahy, Esq., D.L., of Shanakiel-house, to Amelia Frances, third daughter of Sir Joseph Radcli
11 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DISTRESS in the DONOUGHMORE DISTRICT. TO THE EDITOR. OF THE CORE EXAMINER. Sir—I feel it my duty at the present

DISTRESS in the DONOUGHMORE DISTRICT. TO THE EDITOR. OF THE CORE EXAMINER. Sir—I feel it my duty at the present

crisis to lay before the public, through your columns, the following appeal to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, as to the state in which the delay of the so called Relief Works" has left the poor people in this district. I am, Sir, yours faithfully, JOS. R. COTTER. To his Exc
23 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sie—I think that I may in common fairness request you to insert the following

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sie—I think that I may in common fairness request you to insert the following

reply to some remarks with which The Times thought fit to honour my late letterto the editor of The Evening Mail, and hope that whle for the sake of greater accuracy I allude more particularly to my own case, and to the actions of those with whom have been immediately connected,
23 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

CURRAGH COURSING MEETlNG—Wednesday. Judge—W. Disney, Esq. Slipper, Mr. Patrick Sheridan. This Club met yesterday at tbe Hare Park at precisely eleven o'clock, and mustered in tolerably strong numbers, notwithstanding that the rain descended in torrents to one o'clock, when it cl
23 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BANDON UNION—Wednesday.

BANDON UNION—Wednesday.

Viscount Bernard, M.P., Chairman. Present—Messrs. H. Herrick, Lovell, J. Nash, Deacy, Tresilian, Hallyburton. No. in the House this day 967; No. at corresponding period of last year 303—increase 664. Mr. Lovell said that it appeared tbe report of proceedings of the Cork Union, t
30 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY.-Friday.

COURT OF CHANCERY.-Friday.

Maria MCarthy and Cecilia Fallon and others v. Alexander M' Carlhy and others. Mr. O'Brien, Q C, said that the bill in this case was filed on the 13th July, 1844. and prayed that an account be taken of the debts and funeral expenses of the late Alexander M'Carthy, the father of
30 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT WORKS AT COVE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir—1 have much pleasure in sending you the enclosed

GOVERNMENT WORKS AT COVE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir—1 have much pleasure in sending you the enclosed

very satisfactory letter from Mr. Verling, who was deputed by our Relief Committee to wait on Mr. Smith Barry, relative to the intended Government Works Cove. I remain, very faithfully yours W. M. DREW. Cove, November 28, 1846. Adebhi Hotel, Liverpool, 25th Nov., 1846. Dear Sir—
30 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DESTITUTION IN YOUGHAL.

DESTITUTION IN YOUGHAL.

DESTITUTION YOUGHAL. correspondent, who writes from Youghal, represents the distress in that district, to which public works gave a temporary check, as again increasing consequence of their cessation. "On last Monday, he sa y B ». number of men who were employed in.repairing road
30 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland