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MEXICO-WEST INDIES.

MEXICO-WEST INDIES.

The West India Mail has arrived, with dates from Vera Cms of May 3. The advices from Meaico not appear to be of any great importance. fresh battle with the Americans is announced, but General Scott was reported to steadily advancing upon the capital. The most essential item rela
14 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE TOGHER RELIEF COMMITTEE.

MEETING OF THE TOGHER RELIEF COMMITTEE.

[PBOa ODE REPOBTEB.J Tbe weekly meeting of tbe gentlemen composing thia committee was held on yesterday, J. White, Esq., J.P., in the chair. Tba membera preaent were Mr. White, Mr. T. R. Sarsfield, Mr. Hennis, Mr. D. Keller, Rev. Mr. Horgan, P.P., Balliuoollig; Rev. Mr. Hallinan
23 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ENCOURAGEMENT OF IRISH FISHERIES.

ENCOURAGEMENT OF IRISH FISHERIES.

The committM of Irish member* of both of ths legislator* appointed to consider the beat mode prec tieellj developing the resources of the fisheries of Ireland met again Bellamy's, Mr. Edmond Burke Roehe, M.P ,in the chair. The meeting was not eery nnms roaslj attended, and the p
23 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROLLS' COURT — Saturday.

ROLLS' COURT — Saturday.

ROLLS' COURT Saturday. INTERESTING CASK—PRIORITY OF TENANT'* CLAIM COMPENSATION FOR RAILWAY TRESPASS. Exparte Carey, re The Great Southern and Wctlern Railway Company. Mr. Lynch Rpplied on tbe part the petitioner, that sum of £200 paid into tbe Bank of Ireland by the Great Southe
23 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCENDIARISM.

INCENDIARISM.

Sunday last, a quantity of bay and straw, the pro. perty, and in the haggard of Mr. Austen, J.P., Fermoy. were discovered in Barnes. The Royal Soots Grevs.and part of the 16th and 66th Depots were in prompt attendance, and were it not for their able exertion, the farmhouses imme
23 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Right Rev. Dr. Walsh, has received the following sume for the relief of the destitute poor of the Dioceses

The Right Rev. Dr. Walsh, has received the following sume for the relief of the destitute poor of the Dioceses

of Cloyneand Ross, via.£loo from Cardinal Fransoni, Rome ; from the Moet Rev. Dr. Slattery, Thurles • £50 from the Editor of the Tullet; £14 from the Abbe Moriarty, Pans. When the Clergy are assembled at their various Conferences, where the olaims of every distressed locality to
23 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Hon. Emma Mill*, and other*. Plaintiff* ; George Milla. and other*, Defendania.

The Hon. Emma Mill*, and other*. Plaintiff* ; George Milla. and other*, Defendania.

14 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
these spots lightly with the nsil, it will thst they penetrate niui deeper than would at first supposed. Our Kells

these spots lightly with the nsil, it will thst they penetrate niui deeper than would at first supposed. Our Kells

correspondent, writing to us Wednesday, the inst.. says:—“ The report relatire to the potato crop iu this locality, for far, is rather unfavourable. heliesed that they (the potatoes) are f tiling in many places, and great apprehensions exist that they will not arrive at the perf
14 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Charge against the Ministry. A question prett interest occupied public attentiun during last week, originating in atAtement made M. Emile C.irardin, deputy for Creu*e, and gerant of tbe i’resse. that Epoque newspaper had drri*ed part of its gain from selling privileges of theatr
14 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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7 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland