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MELANCHOLY AND DISTRESSING SHIP-WRECKS—36 PERSONS DROWNED.

MELANCHOLY AND DISTRESSING SHIP-WRECKS—36 PERSONS DROWNED.

MELANCHOLY AND DISTRESSING SHIP- WRECKS—36 PERSONS DROWNED. Lloyd's, Friday Night By the late arrivals from the United States, intelligence of a melancholy character has been received respecting the shipwreck of several fine English vessels off the coast of Newfoundland, among th
25 June 1845 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY.

BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY.

BANKRUPT COURTYusTuuDAY. l (lsefore Mr. Commissioner Macau.) In re Phillips, a bankirupt. In this case the bankrupt had been committed to prison t for answering unsatisfactorily when under final examination a op a forrmer day, and Mr. Levy applied to the court to have him brought
15 September 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH UNION SANATORY COMMITTEE.

SOUTH UNION SANATORY COMMITTEE.

SOUT UNION SANATORY COMMITTEE. Some of the mnembers of tin committee met yesterday, at three o'clock, for the purpose of receiving estimates for n the ereotion of sheds for hospital accommodation of the n sick poor. ea DocTon M'CARTUI in the chair. a The following letter was read
15 September 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATOE DISEASE.

THE POTATOE DISEASE.

d (From the Gardener's Cdlronstci.) d Within the last eight or ten days complaints have been pretty general that the potato disease is spreading very ra- pidly throughout the country. Up to that period the crops y were in general looking well, with the exception of a few g withe
15 September 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE CORN TRADE. The weather during the week has been very fine, and dry, bat cold. To-day, however, thick rain falls. Owing to the long cominned prevalence of Easterly winds we bare but few arrivals of foreign grain. Tbe supplies of home are moderate of Oats Barley, and as regar
17 November 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EVICTIONS

EVICTIONS

{From the Limerick Examiner). Evictions nearCroom The war of extermination proceeds io the districts around you. Hope has com* fled from the bosom of tbe peasant. He is now actually careless and tired of existence. When he is dispossessed of his holding, and rendered homeless an
17 November 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS—Wednesday.

LAST PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS—Wednesday.

Dank Stock .188 Indl. Stock - .236 per Ct. Bad. Annuities, 85 India riondt, £ 1,000 . 1 per Ct.Con,ol, Anns.- Ditto, under £l,OOO - 38 Consols for Aetount . 86| Exchequer Bills,£l,ooo 3{d. per Cent. Red. Anns. 41 pm. >i per Ct. Anns., New - 85J pm.; ditto, £5OO - JJd. South 8e»
17 November 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MIDLETON UNION.

THE MIDLETON UNION.

This Union has also declared against division. report, which we give elsewhere, exhibits the reasons by which the majority justified their rote. Hie q . tion is so fully discussed, though on purely grounds, that we sha'l. not interfere by of our own, It would seem, from short di
17 November 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GREAT WILDERNESS REBELLION.

THE GREAT WILDERNESS REBELLION.

(FROM ANOTHKft CORRESPONDST.) The magistrates have received an order thi» from the Castle to discharge all tho»e boys, who arretted on the celebrated night of the Bth ' Ql *.' . wilderness, charge whatever appearing one of th'm the face of the voluminous informal So much for the
17 November 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KILLARNEY JUNOTION RAILWAY.

KILLARNEY JUNOTION RAILWAY.

A half yearly meeting the proprietors of thil' pan, was held in Dublin on Wednesday. Tbeseereiar, read the usual report, from which appeared thai » expenditure for the half-year past amounted tbe «» of £3.150 ss. 91, and the receipt, for the per to £4.2-26 Bs. 9d. The works of t
17 November 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland