MR. WILLIAM O’BRIEN. M.P., CORK. Conic, Friday. Mb. William O’Bhixh, M.P., visited Cork to day, accompanied by several other Nationalist members, for the purpose lecturing to-night before tbe Cork National Society oo the Irish language and literature. In replying to address Mr. O
business of this Court was resumed yesterday mominK ten o’clock Mr. Henry Fitxgibboo. Q.C.. recorder. Mr. William Carson, J.P., clerk the peace for the city, wes also present. Joseph B. Minois was indicted for the larceny qaantity of rope and coni, the property of the Belfast Ro
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14 May 1892 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
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