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HARBOUR BOARD-Wednesday.

HARBOUR BOARD-Wednesday.

The Board met at the usual hour. Mr. M'Mdllen in the Chair. The weekly expenses amounted to 18s. lid., and, on the motion of Mr. Burke, were ordered to be paid. Mr. Meagher said, in reference to the works going on below the Packet Office, that it was disgraceful for a public Boa
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF THE IRISH CONSTABULARY BILL.

PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF THE IRISH CONSTABULARY BILL.

DISSEHTIENT, 1. Because a transfer to the state of that portion of constabulary charge now borne the real property of Ireland, is relief rather to the owners of land than to those classes who, under existing circumstances, are the most entitled to tbe sympathy and the assistance
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR EMPLOYMENT BILL—IRISH LANDLORDS.

POOR EMPLOYMENT BILL—IRISH LANDLORDS.

Somebody says that the uses of adversity are sweet. With regard to the landlords of Ireland the saying is a true one. The present misfortunes of the country, in which they themselves are more or less involved, have taught them a tardy wisdom and opened their eyes to see what the
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHOLERA PROM THE USE OF THE POTATO

CHOLERA PROM THE USE OF THE POTATO

have from several quarters received assurances of a fact —at once consequence and aggravation of the potato disease. This is, the occurrence of common cholera from the use of this unwholesome root. We hear that several cases of this sickness have been detected in the neighbourho
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CASTLETOWN CASE.

THE CASTLETOWN CASE.

ACQUITTAL OF THE REV. MR. HEALY, P.p. The final hearing of this case, which has excited such intense interest, and the former part of which we reported in the Examiner of Wednesday the 19th inst., terminated in Castletown Berehaven on Friday last—when the Rev. Mr. Healy was triu
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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THEATRE ROYAL. 1 It will be seen by advertisement elsewhere, mart Mr. Seymour has provided some very attractive entertainment for

THEATRE ROYAL. 1 It will be seen by advertisement elsewhere, mart Mr. Seymour has provided some very attractive entertainment for

the citizens of Cork, in the persons of a troop of German dancers, who will make their first appearance this evening. Tbe opinions of the press in all places where they have appeared, are most favourable, and notices of their performances speak in glowing terms of the grace and
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT OF COVE.

IMPROVEMENT OF COVE.

SECOND EDITION. GREAT COUNTY MEETING—THIS DAY. The largest, the most important, and influential meeting ever convened in this city was held to-day in the County Court-house, in pursuance of a requisition presented to the Right Hon. Earl of Bandon, Lord Lieutenant ofthe County, w
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVICTION OF THE REGICIDE HENS.

CONVICTION OF THE REGICIDE HENS.

The Chamber of Peers of France, after a tr foil" days' duration, assembled again on Thursday the regicide, Joseph Henri GUILTY. When left the Court was still deliberating upon nishment which should be adjudged to him.
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE-AUG. 25.

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE-AUG. 25.

OFFICE a uo. zo. Royal Artillery—Major-Gencral J. W. Tobin lo beColonel Commandant, vice Lord Uloomlield, deceased; Major-General R. S. to be Colonel Commandant, vice Wulff, deceased. ADMIRALTY—Aco. 26. Corpa of Royal Marines—First Lieut. A. S. S. Walsh, to Captain, vice Capt. G
04 September 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVICTION OF JOSEPH HENRY.

CONVICTION OF JOSEPH HENRY.

COURT OF PEERS—THIRD DAY. Sittings of Adgdst 27. The Court assembled at eleven o'clock, and proceeded at once to deliberate with closed doors on tbe charges against the prisoner. The Court remained consultation the whole day. As the hours passed over and no decision was come to,
04 September 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland