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MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

Lord JOHN RUSSELL—I have now, Sir, to perform very important duty, in asking leave of the House to bring forward a Bill, on the part of his Majesty’s Government, to provide for the regulation of Municipal Corporations in England and Wales. Sir, it was not, till very lately, that
09 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On Irfsf, in the parish church of KilUyn, by the Her. Janies Alton, Samuel Raymond Sewel, Esi] ,of Ballygrcnnan, county Kerry, to Honara, eldest daughter the late James It'l Esq. DIED. On the 6th hist., at Dunkerron, near Kenmarc. aged 6 y itrs, ifrrri et. I lie onlvd ughter of
09 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
II GREAT BARGAINS OF BOTTLED WINES & HATS. EVRY CARR having Sat his House, is new selling off his remaining

II GREAT BARGAINS OF BOTTLED WINES & HATS. EVRY CARR having Sat his House, is new selling off his remaining

Stock of Battled Wines, say for Prime Port ... ... 245. per Dozen! Cadiz Cherry 245. do. West India Madeira ... 295. do: Cape Wine ... ... 13s. Cd. Malaga ... ... 20s. do: Teneriffe 225. do. A few Quarter Casks SHERRY WINE, and Two and a half Hogsheads Fine Old French BRANDY, in
09 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATE REFORM— ENGLAND. Sir Robert Peel having in hi. Tamworth Manifesto gono further on the subject of Corporate reform than

CORPORATE REFORM— ENGLAND. Sir Robert Peel having in hi. Tamworth Manifesto gono further on the subject of Corporate reform than

pledging himself to give file report of the Commissioners unprejudiced consideration,” some surprise was excited his having, the leader of the Tories, assented to the principle of Lord Jou.s Ros- sell’s Bill. Various conjectures are haiarded as to the motives wnic the Right Hon.
11 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK SOUTHERN REPORTER.

THE CORK SOUTHERN REPORTER.

Mr. HILL declare ! the proceeding to very irregular. Mr. Hill was continuing, when Mr. FRANKS said that Mr. Hill should have spoken before the resolution was put. Mr. Hill—l cannot he bound by your amendment. Mr. H FOOT, of Carrigacunn* Castle, begged to ask the Trustees if they
11 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK STEAM PACKET COMPANV TTEMPTS of the most unjustifiable kind havin*' been made here and elsewhere, interested parties, to depreciate

CORK STEAM PACKET COMPANV TTEMPTS of the most unjustifiable kind havin*' been made here and elsewhere, interested parties, to depreciate

the SHARES in (he CORK STEAM PACKET COMPANY, the DIRECTORS feel themselves called upon submit to the Public the following Document which have been received this day, and upon which the Public will able to form their own opinion. The DIRECTORS of the CORK STEAM ACKET COMPANY, can
11 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POETRY. THE BtIXET-^yiX. MISS L. F. I, \NOON. Ye« sweet letter. will keep thee Years,—Mas !'t may t> ears >

POETRY. THE BtIXET-^yiX. MISS L. F. I, \NOON. Ye« sweet letter. will keep thee Years,—Mas !'t may t> ears >

lonely hour shall steep thee With the tenderest, truest tears. his last—his farewell letter : Doomed ’mid distant lands to rove, He find a hrizhfer, better. Never a more faithful love. Yet to such vain fear replying. When the days pass long and lone; Still rov heart, on his rely
11 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANIC.

CHANIC.

most extraordinary roan was blind from bis in- X fancy, yet fur Half Century he supported himself and his W'ife by his Town of Tandra> gee. County of Armagh. Watch-making, and frequently cleaned Clocfls made and repaired Musical I just before his last illness was employed in r€p
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ONE DAY’S SALE.

ONE DAY’S SALE.

Household Furniture, Piano-forte by dementi, an Inside Jaunting Car, witlt patent axles, a Set of Har- ness, a Rick of prime Hay, containing between four and five tons a quaiuhy of Timber, a variety of Cut Glass, Oriental Cliro, &c. Ite SOLD on MONDAY. June X 15th, ~ p V TI T F
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNISHED LODGINGS.

FURNISHED LODGINGS.

LET, within two miles . Soulh side, JL near the Sea, a Sitting-room one two Bed rooms, neatly Furnished, with a Servant. Those would found Lodgings, the house is delightfully situate, afid the small, consisting only two, and Children. Respectable references will be-given and ico
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland