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FUNERAL.

FUNERAL.

The post mortem eulogists of the late Mr. O’Cohwell’s political character, to hava gained their sudden discovery of merits which they denied to their living oppoueot- Tbe unbecoming and inconsistent wail of tbe Aalion baa, have already seen, drawn forth tbe just and able reproba
9 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

The Sisters of Marc; beg to acknowledge having rewired a Bale of Clothing from the British Association, per lieutenant Went, worth, R.N., Haulbouiine, for which their return their mostgrate> ful Thank*. Ret. Mr. Burton thankfully acknowledge! having received 10 Bags Indian Corn,
18 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TARS OF THE JAMEBTOWN.

THE TARS OF THE JAMEBTOWN.

Seventy-seven of u fine looking fellows ever trod » ■attlin or cracked a bUcnit, accepted an invitatioa Capt. Maoondry, who, oar readers will recollect, the jhiefofficer of the Jamestown, to take a parting smack it hit residence in Dorchester. yesterday afteraooo. For their acco
18 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOW TO INCREASE THE PRODUCE OF POTATOES FOUR-FOLD. THE EDITOR OF SAUNDERS'S MEWS-LETTER. Royal Dublin Society, 16th June, 1847. —Some

HOW TO INCREASE THE PRODUCE OF POTATOES FOUR-FOLD. THE EDITOR OF SAUNDERS'S MEWS-LETTER. Royal Dublin Society, 16th June, 1847. —Some

years since, tbe plants of some potatoes which came up in field of oats from the tubers left in the ground from tbe preceding year, were taken up, separated into single plants, and planted in a well-prepared piece ground in drills, and the earth carefully put round them. Tbey pr
18 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDITOR OF THE COKK EXAMINER. Dunmanway, 15, 1847. Si*—l directed by the Guardians of tbe Dunman*ay Union to forward

THE EDITOR OF THE COKK EXAMINER. Dunmanway, 15, 1847. Si*—l directed by the Guardians of tbe Dunman*ay Union to forward

you a copy of a letter from the Poor Law Commissioners to the Chaplain of Workhouse; and I am also directed to aocompany such oopy with the following observations from the Board. As you had the kindness on the occasion of tba late investigation into the conduct of the Chaplain,
18 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLAND AND ROME

ENGLAND AND ROME

The Union Monarchique quotes the following letter, dated London, the instant :— " The relations of the English Government with regard to the Papal Cabinet are becoming daily more intimate. I have already informed you that M. Rossi had lost ground at Rome, since England openly su
28 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EFFECTS of MR. MONAHAN'S POLLING BILL

EFFECTS of MR. MONAHAN'S POLLING BILL

It will be seen in another part of our journal that the Solicitor General for Ireland has prepared a new bill, to alter the mode of polling in boroughs. The effect of this in Dublin will cause an enormous expense, as the constituency appearing on the list of the C'erk of the Pea
28 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OBSEQUIES of the LIBERATOR—AUDIENCE WITH THE SOVEREIGN PONTIFF.

OBSEQUIES of the LIBERATOR—AUDIENCE WITH THE SOVEREIGN PONTIFF.

—, . (From the Freeman.) 'n ,er fro " tb# R Doctor Mi. fend. whkb h **** P»«®<» »■ our b ~ MM rf th *»*«••«■« details' rt Sim of the audience granted bis Holinesa Pins IX. o*Cowll, and the respected Liberator, the Rev. Doctor Mil.y ' «»derst>nd that the etiquette the Court of tW
28 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.—Thursday.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.—Thursday.

(Before the Lord Chief Justice and Special Juries.) LIBKL. The Queen at the proueution of the Earl of Lucmh, v. the Hon. Frederick CavendUh. This was criminal information, filed at tho instance of the prosecutor, for libels published of him in his cspacity of Lieutenant of the c
28 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTURE AND COMMITTAL OF TWO LADY THIEVES AT BRISTOL.

CAPTURE AND COMMITTAL OF TWO LADY THIEVES AT BRISTOL.

CAPTURE AND COMMITTAL TWO LADY THIEVES AT BRISTOL. Two fernilef, dressed in the first style of fashion, and of lady-like manners and address, were appreheoded yesterday the Great Western Railway Company'i police, Bristol, upon a charge robbing lady nasied Bernard of a parse, cont
28 June 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland