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REPORTS FROM THE COMMITTEE.

REPORTS FROM THE COMMITTEE.

THE commence our extracts from the evidence given before the Select Committee on Orange Lodges, with the following from the Important testimony of Sir FaxDEaic Stoves, Inspector General of the Police in the Province of Leinster. Other witnesses bad been examined before Sir Fkede
24 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OF LORDS—FRIDAY, AUG. 28.

OF LORDS—FRIDAY, AUG. 28.

1.0r.l no quo?lion l>oforo tlie Hoiffe. __( [Jmr, hair. >—l mo\e the third reading of of the Sheriff s(lre'“The Duke of W ELLINGTON—I have one observation make. The noble lord ( Clontuny) silted that the decision on the-constahuiary force Ireland Hill, has been influenced party
01 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Z ONDON

Z ONDON

ONDON UNION ASSURANCE INSTITUTED THE KEIGN OF QUEEn6»l|(£ REDUCTION OF PREMIUMS ON THE rpHE Public are respectfully iiiforraecl that the 1. Board of Directors have directed the Rates on the three following Classes of Insurance to hi r ;Juced as under Common Insurance from to Is G
29 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD, , the whole or in separate dinsions, t,,e I i„a Townlands and Subdenominat.ons, being part the BALLYUINUON

TO BE SOLD, , the whole or in separate dinsions, t,,e I i„a Townlands and Subdenominat.ons, being part the BALLYUINUON

v.z.^ No. 1. .Ballyhindon ... 2U) ... £*£ * 2.. ... _ 3.. . Boberdorogue ... 20l 4.. . Bally ... 2(10 - _ o-)0 1 5.. .Garaumgennagh ... 647 • a , j 6.. .Togheranaum ... 0 74 18 7.. ... • ■) I - 3 ... £1360 10 Lands arc 9itu f riiX neighbourhood, arable and pasture, and abound wi
19 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SEE TENANTS. Agent to the Lord Bishop of and Ross will attend at his Office for one Ahe 29th Inst.,

SEE TENANTS. Agent to the Lord Bishop of and Ross will attend at his Office for one Ahe 29th Inst.,

each day, from 10 Mill 4 o’Clock, and requests that those Tenants whose rent are in arrear, or who wish to effect renewals, will apply to him early in that week. ,* r* i a . Office, St. Barry 5, Cork—Sept. 8. LODGINGS. / Furnished lodgings u ift at Sunday’s Well, with every, acc
19 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKETS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19.

CORK MARKETS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19.

CORN less a quantity than 10.217 Barrels of Corn exhanged owners at our Market daring the week just closed— The Sales consisted of 4,361 Barrels of Wheat, which was t.kert at a Currency of 15s 9d-2,410 Barrels of Barley, 12s and 8,446 Barrels of Oats, at 7d per barrel. The price
19 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
whatsoever, for party purposes, barracks, quarters, or camp, shall brought to trial before a general court martial for disobedience of

whatsoever, for party purposes, barracks, quarters, or camp, shall brought to trial before a general court martial for disobedience of

orders. His Lordship, moreover, peremptorily -forbids the attendance of either officer - , or soldier at Orange Lodges, by whomsoever or wheresoever held. The present order is to be read to the troops periodically on the parade with the Articles of War. command of the Right Hon
19 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY HEAT AND DROUGHT.

EXTRAORDINARY HEAT AND DROUGHT.

In 763, the summer was so hot that the springs dried up. la S6O, the heat was intense that, near Worms the reapers dropped dead in the fields. In and again in it was so hot that the corn and fruit were burnt up. The year 1000 was so hot and dry that, in Germany, the pools of wat
19 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTIVG INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTIVG INTELLIGENCE.

CURRAGH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING. SECOND DAY—TUESDAY. There was tolerably good meeting yesterday. The turf was in the best order from the rain which fell the night previously, and the roads most agreeable from the dust being laid. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, previously to
12 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.// THE SIXTH SHEW of the County HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY will tafce Wednesday and Thursday, the Kith and 17th of

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.// THE SIXTH SHEW of the County HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY will tafce Wednesday and Thursday, the Kith and 17th of

Sciitemh/r, Prise which shall not be delivermen’s bnops. --v--•£300 1 TO be laid out in the Purchase of an Anntlity for the Life of a Middle Aged person. A moderate per Centage will be taken provided the Auply to Messrs. Adams & O Sullivan, boliutora, Sept. 12, 18-13. Pembroke-S
12 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland