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FOREIGN MARKETS.

FOREIGN MARKETS.

»-< * .v ft o . Nov. 6.—Tho Cotton Market at Havre, on Wednesday last, both as to price and demand, presented very little, if any, variation. The sales consisted of 701 bales Louisiana, at 70f. to 94f; 666 Georgia, at 80f to 90f; 261 Mobile, at 68| to and 81 bales Floridas. at j
10 November 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HUMBUG THE ORDER OF THE DAY

HUMBUG THE ORDER OF THE DAY

HUMBUG THE ORDER THE DAY " We arc not silly enough, or inexperienced enough, to fancy that feelings of lons standing, widely spread, raid deeply seated, will be bribed into quiet sups." Times oj' Saturday. And yet, how inconsistent wilh this belief is the daily effort of the Time
10 November 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIBERATION OF FEARGUS O'CONNOR.

THE LIBERATION OF FEARGUS O'CONNOR.

(From the Sun of Monday.) The following letter was received in town this morning, and will no doubt read with delight by Mr. O'Connor's friends:— TO MR. JOHN CLEAVE. " York Castle, Sunday. "My dear Cleave—An order has just arrived for my immediate liberation, in consequence of m
30 August 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PARIS—THURSDAY.

PARIS—THURSDAY.

Le Conseil d'Etat of Paris has decided in favour of the legality of the census. his arrival at Caen, on the 23d, Monsieur Guizot became the object of a charivari from nearly 3,000 citizens of all classes. The tumult was so great and the mob so violent, vociferating cries of '' d
30 August 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO A SIGH.

TO A SIGH.

BY THE RIGHT HON. JOHN PHILI'OT CURRAN. Oh ! give to sorrow momentary ease, Thou gentle tell-tale of a pensive breast, For thou, when cheating hopes no more can please, Thou canst afford, at least transient rest. Oh ! then ambiguous, joyless, softly rise While the tear trembles
30 August 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR DUBLIN, GREENOCK, AND GLASGOW. E M A D, Captain Hern.— TUESDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, at •jO^A-^? y ?- TUESDAY, SEPTEM-

FOR DUBLIN, GREENOCK, AND GLASGOW. E M A D, Captain Hern.— TUESDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, at •jO^A-^? y ?- TUESDAY, SEPTEM-

Fr eight of Flour 15s. per Ton. Leaves DUBLIN every FRIDAY. Office, No. 11, Eden Quay, Dublin—Stores, North Wall. For Freight or Passage apply to JAMES BEALE, Aug. 30. Penrose's Quay, Cork. mHE DUBLIN. GLASGOW & CORK X STEAM PACKET COMPANY, dispatching their Steam Ship EAGLE," C
30 August 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCHEQUER BIR?? AFEAIR.

EXCHEQUER BIR?? AFEAIR.

QENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Saturday. It being generally understood that tho trial of Edward Beaumont Smith, for tho forgery of Exchequer bills, would take place to-day, tho Court was crowded at an early hour. On the bench noticed Lord Monteagle, Sir Thomas Troubridge, Sir John Dean
08 December 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Capital Owe Million, In 10,000 Shares, op £100 each.

Capital Owe Million, In 10,000 Shares, op £100 each.

Capital Owe Million, In 10,000 Shares, op each. The object of this Company to establish regular and certain communication by Steam Vessels between Great Britain and tho United States of America. It intended commence with sufficient number Steam Vessels to keep communication betwe
08 December 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND CABINET RESPONSIBILITY.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND CABINET RESPONSIBILITY.

Thero is a point beyond which forbearance, even towards the Duke of Wellington, cannot properly be carried, and to that point his extraordinary corresponaence with tho Paisley deputation, the duke has now brought us. If wo understand his irrace, he disdains all responsibility, b
08 December 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MINES OF IRELAND.

MINES OF IRELAND.

Copper Ores, the produce of the Irish Mines, sold at Swansea, lst Dec., 1841. Allihios 110 £10 6 G ...£1135 0 86 7 7 0 ... 632 0 Lackamore 619 ... 521 5 0 ~271 21 cwts. £2289 2 0 For Sale Bth December. Knockmahon. 653 21 cwts.; Allihes, cw ts. ; Kenmare, 21 cwts.—Total, 971 21 c
08 December 1841 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland