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CORK POLICE OFFICE—bATcaoav.

CORK POLICE OFFICE—bATcaoav.

CORK POLICE OFFICE— bATcaoav. rv IIaeKtWUK-STaEIT—Iwr.raMATIOK* the .Massas. Informations at the suit John Casey, Warren's Place, against Messrs. Francis and Tl.o-mas Cicrke, were then exhibited Mr. Scanucll. Couustd for the accused inquired the nature the rl.aiga now to lie swor
15 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN English Protestant L»dy, who has been » short time in Dublin, is desirous meeting COVEKNESS in Gcollemsn’s hraily. takes

AN English Protestant L»dy, who has been » short time in Dublin, is desirous meeting COVEKNESS in Gcollemsn’s hraily. takes

to teach tlie usual branches of Vra*' iug in various styles. Dancing, and French, which with the fluency and accent a native, *'•' knowledge that language by a residence r years. . .. AdJres. (post-paid), •« U>« Offiw Paper. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. PHE Partnership which here
31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

In consequence of the late revolt at Melella, General Palarea had been dismissed from the post of Captain-General of Grenada, Malaga, and Jacn, and had been sent prisoner to Valladolid. General Alvarez had been appointed his successor. A dissolution of the Chambers was spoken of
31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

On the 26th ult eight brigands were brought up for trial before the Court Martial at Kingston, all of whom pleaded not guilty. Thirteen were brought up on Thursday. The Chronicle of the 28lh ult. states that warrants had been received the sheriff for the execution the 4th inst o
31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.

AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.

Wc refer the reader to an important speech le by Mr. O'Connell yesterday to his Constituents the Circus. We shall here insert a letter most tf the topics which will engage the Legislature next week. is from the pen of Lord Cloncurbt —and the name this true-hearted Nobleman will
31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PH ons CIA L MA HKE TS.

PH ons CIA L MA HKE TS.

CIA L HKE TS. CORK, Jam. Co»K.—Whiu wheat. 22* to 4Ua ; per atuoe barley, 12a X£» per «i„ .* new uAta, *>• per atuoe. * GOa (id huuarhuld X>* ; thud* '’,2« sack oatmeal. It>l. Oa per too. H-- rreit—Merchant—firat quality 87a; acrond third T7a> fourth b**#; fifth tiOa; aiatli 48#.
31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
destruction OF THE BET I! ESI) a by fire.

destruction OF THE BET I! ESI) a by fire.

destruction THE BET ESI) a by fire. * destructive fire broke out about two o’clock Minn-ay morning in the Betbcsda Church. understand it originated in the laundry, and from thence communicated 0 other portions of the building. A fire exhibited itself on Saturday night iu the same
08 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE ROBERT POLLOK.

THE LATE ROBERT POLLOK.

TITF LATE ROBERT POLLOK. [Wethlink ther,(e is somiething so touchingly beautiful in the following verses- a juvenilC production of the late Robert Pollok, autilor of the " Course of Time,"- as to Warrant tbeir publication. It is our good fortune to be intimately ae- qisainted wit
11 January 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1839.

DUBLIN: MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1839.

THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. _ ?? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ I _ _ _ * ; . . . 1.. THE CORN LAWS. If we required additional proof of the evil ten- dency of the corn-laws, we have it amply supplied in the imperial averages. Our ports; have been A open to the free importation of foreign corn durino
07 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland