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THE CORK SOUTHERN REPORTER.

THE CORK SOUTHERN REPORTER.

12 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
iict Secretary.

iict Secretary.

Wm. Neenan, Denisjiurphy, Rich JNorris, Tiiy Brennan, Garrett FiUgibbon. No. 2, DISTRICT. , CASEY, Esa., Secretary. Robert Moore, Mich. Barry, John Hennessv, Jerh. O’Callaghan, Josh. Morrogh, Edw. Barry, James Griott. Dan. Sullivan, Jerh. Murphy, Bryan Egan. Win. Lyons, No. 3, D
12 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES JOHNSON, HOUSE FURBISHING IRONMONGERY " WARE HOUSE, NO. 41, PATRICK-STREET, CORK.

JAMES JOHNSON, HOUSE FURBISHING IRONMONGERY " WARE HOUSE, NO. 41, PATRICK-STREET, CORK.

JAMES JOHNSON, HOUSE FURBISHING IRONMONGERY WARE HOUSE, NO. 41, PATRICK-STREET, CORK. ill supplied with every ■h will Sold on reasonable This concern article in the above Line, Terms, for Cash. , _ Bronzed Grates, {/ J I Grates Bronzed Fenders,/ /- ■ I Black Lead Fenders, Of the
21 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TYRANT, NICHOLAS. The fierce Tartar who now fiHs the throne of Russia, a throne which under the visitations of

THE TYRANT, NICHOLAS. The fierce Tartar who now fiHs the throne of Russia, a throne which under the visitations of

jJuiH’rbvidence, has more than once dripped with the blood of its possessors—who. autocrat he dreams of being—who, blind and helpless tool of his own evil destiny, and worker of his own destruction, as in truth he is— Was reported some days ago to have addressed the magistracy o
21 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VINTAGE.

THE VINTAGE.

The following is extract of a letter from Oporto, dated the ■2oth ult;— .11 The accounts from the wine district are most unfavourable. Never was such failure known. The weather was tremendous during the vintage, that wooden bowls wore used, instead of baskets, to collect the gra
10 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DAY EVENING, N

DAY EVENING, N

I execution, at the same time he took occasion to remark that ill I conscouence Of the vast benefit which his property would derive ; . A from tile contemplated work—he feU considerable embarrassment The spirit of enterprise with reference to these important Un- >wrosd lg ,_ tbe
19 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOVEMBER, 1835. STEAM PACKETS, From the st. George steam packet COMPANY’S OFFICE, PENROSE’S-QUAY, Cork, with or without Pilots, and with

NOVEMBER, 1835. STEAM PACKETS, From the st. George steam packet COMPANY’S OFFICE, PENROSE’S-QUAY, Cork, with or without Pilots, and with

liberty to tow Vessels. THE INTENDED TIMES DEPARTURE NOVEMBER, 1836, AREFOR BRISTOL, The Victory and the City or Bristol. Tuesday, November, ... 2 afternoon • Friday, 6th 3 afternoon Tuesday, 10th morning Friday, 13th morning Tuesday, 17lh 12 noon Friday, 20th 3 afternoon Tuesda
17 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INSTITUTION

INSTITUTION

f From the Dublin Evening Post. ) Elsewhere the reader will find a collection of paragraphs selected from the Ulster Journals,as we’d some extracts of letters addressed to ourselves, all having reference to the Lord Lieutenant’s last progress in the realms of Orangeland. This ma
07 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
- THE the SOUTHERN REPORTER. C ,hc- report of the speeches the dinner given by the Ml . published in

- THE the SOUTHERN REPORTER. C ,hc- report of the speeches the dinner given by the Ml . published in

the ComtiUtim of this stated that » Doctor Adams spoke at great . toast of Protestant ascemlancj/ all oner the world." length e fil hecrs '’ renewed cheers for several mi- and enthusiastic cheering mingled with roars of nUt With which the report is crowded, I would infer that la
07 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HS,reER-IETTS,

HS,reER-IETTS,

07 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland