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BIRTHS. At Crossmshon, near Bandon. on the 24th inst., the lady of William Penrose, Esq., of her twelfth cliil', daughter.

BIRTHS. At Crossmshon, near Bandon. on the 24th inst., the lady of William Penrose, Esq., of her twelfth cliil', daughter.

On the inst., at Hampton Court, the Hon. Mrs. Evans, lady of Eyre Evans, Esq., jun., of Ash Hill Towers, in the county Limerick. At the National Bank, Castlereagh, lady of Robert Gloeson, Esq., a daughter. MARRIAGES. ' On the 4th inst., at Christ church, by the Qev. J. Bleakly,
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Major-General Sir Octavius Carey, K.C.IL, has returned to Cork from England, and resumed the command of the Cork district. Lieutenant Colonel Lord Charles Wellesley has joined at Templemore, and resumed the command of the 15th Regiment. Committal of two Soldiers charged with Rob
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE PROSECUTIONS-THE INDICTMENT.

STATE PROSECUTIONS-THE INDICTMENT.

We displace several articles in type for this evening's publication, to give our readers the indictment against O'Connell and the other eight '* Conspirators" which we copy from the Freeman, received this morning. The voluminous document contains eleven counts of sixty closely p
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
APPOINTMENT OF ARBITRATORS.

APPOINTMENT OF ARBITRATORS.

Charleville, County Cork—Rev. Thomas Croke, P. P., George Russell, Esq., Charleville ; John Ryan, Esq., do.; Daniel Tworaey, Esq. ; Denis Rahilly, Esq. : Messrs. Denis M'Cartie, Amore ; Wm. Walsh, Ardnaree ; Wm. Nunan, Charleville, secretary.
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SUCCESSION OF ROYAL AND DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO HER MAJESTY AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

SUCCESSION OF ROYAL AND DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO HER MAJESTY AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

Windsor, Monday—Their Roy al Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Nemours will arrive upon a visit to her Majesty, at Windsor Castle, in the course of this week. Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester, who arrived at Windsor on Saturday, upon, visit to the Queen, will not ta
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE PROSECUTIONS.

THE PROSECUTIONS.

Among the distinguished witnesses to be summoned by the traversers, we understand, will Sir Edward Blakeney and Colonel Brown.— Pilot.
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS—COVE OF CORK.

SHIP NEWS—COVE OF CORK.

November B—Wind S. Arrived—Urania, Clarke, Quebec, timber , Rose Steamer. Sailed—Garrymede, Woods, London, mahogany ; Nancy Brown, "'Carthy, Newpassage, pigs Popplewell, Crofts, Dublin, flour; Vanguard and Victory Steamers ; Sherbrooke, Stirling, Mobile, ballast Helen, Mearns, S
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAUTION TO ???.-??? ???

CAUTION TO ???.-??? ???

CAUTION ???.-??? ??? Admit alty, Nov. fi. Sir_i m commanded my Lord* Commissioners of the Admiralty to you, for the information the Committee for managing affairs at LloydWtlie extract of letter from Commander Hevis, Conducting the Mail Packet service at Liverpool, respecting a v
10 November 1843 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER.

COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER.

MMI OSION OF OYER AND TERMI tR%!- a and Mr. Justice Burton sat yestetday I * The uniet ?? " ?? ?? t balf-prist tenl El'Clc In re Thomas Rof clffe a ad ane Hunter. r. John A. Csrran, at the sitting of the court, applied h Jf of the abore prisoners, who had been committed On 2> la
27 October 1843 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

I DUBLIN POLICE-YESTErDAY. EXCHANGE-COURT OFFICE. TuE CASE OF LIEUTENANT MARSH AND CORNET COOTr.-This case, which stood over for 3 o'clock yesterday, excited the greatest interest, and long before that time the board-room was thronged to inconvenience by persons ap- parently of t
27 October 1843 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland