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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

cork corn exchange-Mat 31, i 847. Barrels. THIS HAY. Currency. 0 Whit* Wheat 00s Od 00» 00s 01—M Stoi.s. > Re<l Wheat Od to 41s Oi «UM OdteOOs ' ISs to 17s o4_i 40. - Ditto 0.1 00. Od Here 00s 0d to Od 41 8S« 0d qq- _ ao. - Ditto OOS 04 00s Od °°* 03 00 I Pig to 00. Od—oos per c
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKETS FOR MANUFACTURES.

MARKETS FOR MANUFACTURES.

MaflcUßsTßa. Fatdat—Since Tues ay; the holidays have out almost eutire stop to baatne**; but we underitand that the few *Ales made hare appeared indicate rather better feeling In the market than had been experienced for some time previoasly. Baadpoad, Thdasdat.- Woolt-. The tran
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS.-Saturday.

LAST PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS.-Saturday.

Ilank stock - India Stock - per Ct. Bed. Annuities, India Bonds, £1,000 - per Ct. Console Anna.- Ditto* under £1,000 Console for Accoant •» - Exchequer Bills, £1,000 l|d, >| per Cent. Bed. A!' - pro. per ct. Anns., New - i pm.; ditto, - l{d South Sea Stock 7 pm.; ditto, Small,-
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGH WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.

HIGH WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.

June I— Morn. .V» min. p. 5 Even. 14 min. p. 6. June 2—Morn. 33 min.p. 6 Even. 54 mln. ». 4.
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HEIGHT OP TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.

HEIGHT OP TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.

HEIGHT TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. Jane I—Morn. 19ft. 7 Inches ....Eton. ft. inches. Jane 2—Morn. 18ft. 8 inches .. ..Eren. ft. inches.
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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HOW TO WORK OUT OUR LIBERTY.

HOW TO WORK OUT OUR LIBERTY.

Cotft MONDAY EVENING MAY 31, 184 L '■ Bat how it will be worked oat, by whit Menelet, >n4 In whttl Iline, depend* on man; condition*. tee make the tmb of the lurt Leider an attar on which to lay down our permnal wrung! fl/»"'.¥ d'ffrrtnrtt. the work projected may torn accamplith
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATO.

THE POTATO.

Considerable alarm was felt on Saturday, in this city, B from a report which gained considerable credence, thatH the potato disease had already manifested itself in anß unmistakcablc manner in this county. We were speak-R ing to some gentlemen from the neighbourhood, whoE told u
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT PAY —BAD PAT.

GOVERNMENT PAY —BAD PAT.

In another column will be found letter, signed "A Ratepayer," concerning the non-payment of the P« Clerks on Public Works. We ourselves have several times on behalf of other unfortunate Government employes, allowed to suffer cruelly, and still -fa ing from the withholding of the
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL.

O'CONNELL.

(From the Nation Saturday.) It was a singular triumph for nation and desolate as Ireland—a nation without native Monarch, Government, or Senato—without army, diplomatic relations—to roar up the man most world' famous this generation. Shut out from so man* ordinary fields of emul
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE LORDS—Friday. Lord PORT MAM, pursuant to notice, called the attention of the House to the alleged misappropriation of the money collected under the Queen's letter for the relief of the sufferers by the great tire in Newfoundland, and moved that an humble address be present
31 May 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland