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RELIEF OF IRISH DISTRESS-IMPORTANTY CORRESPONDENCE.

RELIEF OF IRISH DISTRESS-IMPORTANTY CORRESPONDENCE.

The following important extracts from correspondence relative to the working of the Irish Relief Act, ban been presented to the House of Lords by her Majeits' command. The extracts shew first that extensive in position has been occßsionally practised through favour itism. Rnd th
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH ELECTIONS.

ENGLISH ELECTIONS.

The Right Hon, W. Y. Peel stands for Tamwortb, • *. °'® ct '°™*t» in opposition to Mr. A'Court. At Mr. Sturge is to be brought forward by the •ill"** stands,and Mr. W. Beckett probably be the Torr Candidate. Mr. George c.ij Vi° h " is invited to oppose Mr. Stan* r- on '®P at pre
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

Westminster Thursday, Mr. Patrick O'Connor, son of Alderman O'Connor, ex-Major and justice of the peace of Sligo, was charged with having used ibiiifc and insulting language and behaviour to Mr.JohnPatrick Somers, M.P., for Sligo, calculated to provoke breach of the peace. Mr. J
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HEIGHT OF TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.

HEIGHT OF TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.

HEIGHT TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. I June Morn. I»> ft. II inches ....Even. ft. 10 inchea. Jane II —Morn. 17ft. 2 incbea .... Even. ft. 3 niche*.
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUMMER ASSIZES.

THE SUMMER ASSIZES.

the Assist shall d ,#r,,,ioed ,h Circuit Litts will apMdil* issued Yttfetday. ' 'be PoU
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STABBING AT SEA.

STABBING AT SEA.

Informations were sworn at the Police Court on Monday, against Henry Busteen sailor of the American ship, Isaac Aliston," for stabbing Stephen Cook the second officer at sea, with intent to kill him. Cook deposed that during the voyage, he perceived the man one day whetting his
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO J. BENSON, C.E.

DINNER TO J. BENSON, C.E.

On Saturday evening, the Civil Engineers of the City and County of Cork, who have been employed under the Board of Works during late relitf operations, entertained the above gentleman at Victoria Hotel to dinner. About 35 gentlemen sat down to dinner in the coffee-room of the Ho
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDITOR THE ORK. EXAMINER. Bantry, June, sth 1847. Sib—Each individual of this most afflicted district owes so much to

THE EDITOR THE ORK. EXAMINER. Bantry, June, sth 1847. Sib—Each individual of this most afflicted district owes so much to

you, and the conductors of your Liberal Cotemporary, for your able and zealous upholdment of interest, as to render anything proceeding from it, which could possibly bo construed into reproof or disapprobation, especially ungracious; not indeed ungrateful. But I, who owe you, my
9 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTION.

THE ELECTION.

It is rumoured that Sir William Somerville will offer himself candidate for the city of Dublin in connexion with a Kepealer at the next general election. Meath—lt confidently asserted that this county will contested at the next election. one. however, seems to know exactly by wh
4 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWN COUNCIL—Yesterday.

TOWN COUNCIL—Yesterday.

I DEATH OF THE LIBERATOR. A largely attended meiting of Ihe Council took pl*« yesterday (pro Jurma), at oue o'clock, in the City Grand Jury Room. The Mayor in the Chair. The Town Clerk having called the roll, and readtb* minutes of last days meeting, Aid. T. Lyons said—Sir, as t
4 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland