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ALWAYS AN ASSORTMENT OF

ALWAYS AN ASSORTMENT OF

ALWAYS AN ASSORTMENT TH BEST SHEFFIELD PLATED GOODS, CONSISTING OF Tea Urns, Sugar Dishes, Snuffers and Tray Coffee Pots, Cream Ewers, Liquere Stands, Tea Pots, Butter Coolers, Dinner Stands, Bread and Cake Candlesticks, Waiters, Baskets, Branches, Forks and Spoons. Plate and Pla
24 January 1862 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MESSRS. FOWLER AND WELLS

MESSRS. FOWLER AND WELLS

WILL GIVE TWO MORE LECTURES in the NEW HALL of the ATHENAEUM, as follows : On FRIDAY EVENING, 24th January, the Lecture will he THINKERS, WRITERS, AND SPEAKERS. The Base of Success and the Causes of Failures in Business—Characters of many distinguished Authors, Philosophers, and
24 January 1862 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PLANTATION FOB SALE.

PLANTATION FOB SALE.

FLANTATU>N, on the old Cork and Mallow Kottd. , , „ Proposals will received U iixiam by Tbavevs Howland, Esq., Kilboy e, Cloyne.
24 January 1862 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK DAILY REPORTER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1862.

THE CORK DAILY REPORTER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1862.

(BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH ) LONDON PRODUCE MARKET— Yesterday OFFICIAL REPORT. Sugar market steady. Coffee steady ; plantation Ceylon taken in 70s; Jamaica brought6Bs to 70s 6d. Tea —Fair business in most descriptions, at full prices. Rica —Ballatn offered yesterday sold since at 10
24 January 1862 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE—THIS DAY.

POLICE OFFICE—THIS DAY.

(Before A. F. M*Nam\ka, I'.. Orme, R.M.; and Geo. vtterton.) SHEEP STEALING. Constable Griffin brought man, named Donovan, whom he charged suspicion with stealing a sheep, he (the constable) having got information on this morning, that he was selling it in the market considerabl
24 January 1862 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
failings. WATERFORD MILFORD HAVES ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS DAILY COM M I C A X I 0 (Sundays Excepted) Bktwf.v.n the

failings. WATERFORD MILFORD HAVES ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS DAILY COM M I C A X I 0 (Sundays Excepted) Bktwf.v.n the

South of luelanp, South Wales, and England, Via Waterford and Milford Hawn, in connexion vith Express Trains the Great Western, South Wales, Waterford and Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny, and other Trains in the South of Ir land. . Fast and well-appointed steamers, carrying Her
24 January 1862 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
twilight of the winter’s day. T® the right of the western I door, between the columns of the nate, is

twilight of the winter’s day. T® the right of the western I door, between the columns of the nate, is

a raised stage, and f on it stands one of those fat, roandaboot Italian children, of eight years old, who always look like little old women cot shorter. Vehement the action and eolable the tongue of the damsel, as she declaims her well learned sermon to the crowd jostling and ja
24 January 1862 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
down the river. Dropping down the troubled river To the tranquil, tranquil shore Dropping down the misty river, Tlme'e willow-shaded

down the river. Dropping down the troubled river To the tranquil, tranquil shore Dropping down the misty river, Tlme'e willow-shaded

river. To the spring-embosomed shore, Where the great light ehlneth over And the sun goes down no more; O wondrous wondrous shore I Dropping down the winding river To the wide and welcome sea; Dropping down the narrow river, Alan's weary, wayward river. To the blue and ample sea
24 January 1862 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We are rather inclined to believe that the Battery” in question represents nothing more nor less than the identical strnolnre

We are rather inclined to believe that the Battery” in question represents nothing more nor less than the identical strnolnre

which was commenced at Hoboken with extraordinary secrecy some twenty years ago onder the designation of a steam ram. was first projected by a Mr. Robert J. Stevens, after whose decease it was taken by bis brother, Mr. Edwin A. Stevens, and continued as a private enterprise, tho
24 January 1862 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE.

ir ?? ZTEO} i-f IN'rEL~lEOh' I , i ,1 ~;,-!CATHOLIO~rINTELLIGFNCEI!, ' ?? ti,|t, SA'tA~i' ; *'the'21stinstant h~e.ev,I~r. SnIt l p pb ~ihis*ad~irPeles.h toiasnp~uadtftiitI hb oy~or t1f -'4100 io two novices, ons, jhe scord ligbfarof a al ai.,, 091*a ;!tbe others nly aughtarof the
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland