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LECT U R E S

LECT U R E S

LECT U CN THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS, AND ON THE NATURE AND TREATM EN FO F THE DISEASES OF THE EYE. / MR. THOMAS WHARTON JONESf &|gron! Oculist, will deliver a LECTURE, a Course on the above subject, in the Royal Cork Institution Wednesday, the 18th Nov. inst. 3 o'clock, e. m. A
17 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO 15H LENT AT INTEREST,

TO 15H LENT AT INTEREST,

LENT AT INTEREST, SUM of £l,OOO, at 4.j per Cent, flie further 1 Sums of £B,<MNi, and to lend.— Apply to John Smyth, Solicitor, 46, Soufc/iIAC | Commissioners, in Commission Bankrupt, JL awarded and issued, and now prosecution against Anderson, Sir J ames Caleb Anderson, Bart., «
17 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SH I NEW S. , T,, K'fin, V.,0. from U «n .ho,e n»r CLtcn.l, .no fu",' 11 r,K'"; lloHpft, M

SH I NEW S. , T,, K'fin, V.,0. from U «n .ho,e n»r CLtcn.l, .no fu",' 11 r,K'"; lloHpft, M

Kfcl.fnlß, bound to nublln. «boie on Hi«pr l9lhull.» full water. » a * •I wken * <>ct Cr *" I<Un,l> ,n l * been *hore the Tr«*er*e«. . . Rrthprt, fur Relf tst, •rruck the Middle p<nk, Oc» . and received damt*e. M , p„u, 15th inatant, and lrome.lutel» illed. gittund -orking both
21 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE O* BU ITER.

PRICE O* BU ITER.

TO THE MERCHANTS. THE COUIfTET. First Quality First Quality 7Sa Quality. fils Second Quality Quality Third Quality f«Bs fourth Quality 74s Fourth Quality 64* Quality 64* to 63* Fifth Quality 56* Sixth Quality Sla lIAY, to49s od—average, CIO* per ton. ij • to 37s—ateragr, 32* per
21 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DISTRESS OF THE IRISH CLERGY.

DISTRESS OF THE IRISH CLERGY.

DISTRESS THE IRISH CLERGY. A Meeting was helil ilie Justiee Room oftlie Exchange in Chester, at twelve oVloek on Wednesday last, to consider the (test means of promoting subscription lo assist in alleviating the present distress of the Irish Clergy. Several ladies were present, m
19 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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O’CON N E L ANI> 11 A E L. (FROM THE STAN OAK I* SATIIBDAT.) lwyTffink^liis by any other all

O’CON N E L ANI> 11 A E L. (FROM THE STAN OAK I* SATIIBDAT.) lwyTffink^liis by any other all

that was necessary for the expense How much how .cs.imony! say; and, candid, we rate Mr. . one way or the other, ns hut n worthlesslow the evidence of Mr. O'Connell himself ,n ' ness. We have res|.ect for the tr.i.b of any who all eon himself with .he voucher of Patrick Ega .-an
19 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OF BUTTER.

PRICE OF BUTTER.

PRICE BUTTER. TUB BCII * NTS. | TO rOUNTRT. First Qualttr PS# First Quality .£• Quality j Second Quality Third Quality 78a | Quality Fourth Quality 72# j Kmirth Fifth Quality «*i# | Fifth Quality SixthQnalitv 40*! Sixth Quality dia AY. .T3s to aversfe, 40* per ton. STU W, ‘ids ft
19 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION BARBADOES SUGARS. CIMEON HARDY & ofler ALC- O TTON, Hm.i.’s Koomp, TUhSUA V, * mills, of and Middling ItS

AUCTION BARBADOES SUGARS. CIMEON HARDY & ofler ALC- O TTON, Hm.i.’s Koomp, TUhSUA V, * mills, of and Middling ItS

j Illida. ill Eond in King’s Stores. *
19 November 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

The Court was occupied during the day in hearing a law argu ment of general interest. The King at the prosecution of Wynne v. Worthington. —Mr. Keating, K.C., stated that the defendant had served notice that would withdraw his plea of not guilty, and attend receive the of the Co
21 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST FROM THE UNITED STATES.

LATEST FROM THE UNITED STATES.

Wc have New York papers to the 15th October. The following are the most important articles of news they contain ;—Young Marcey, convicted of being concerned in the destruction of the convent at Charleston, has been pardoned the Governor of Massachusetts ; and the friends of Marc
21 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland