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Wm. Knaresboro , Esq. R.M. of Castlenartyr, is appointed the Castlecomer district, »ice Andrew John Kirwan, Esq. R.M. removed from

Wm. Knaresboro , Esq. R.M. of Castlenartyr, is appointed the Castlecomer district, »ice Andrew John Kirwan, Esq. R.M. removed from

Ctitlecomer Castlemartyr. Sir Fitzroy Kelly is—it it stated— about to enter the bonds of wedlock. Whether any new engagements may interfere with the learned gentleman's new reform bill —whether he will hand over his crotches any of his Tory friends, or whether after all this pla
16 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS.

IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS.

very important cue to ship-owners, and especially to emigrants and emigrant agents in England, was decided by Judge Kane in the United State* District Court, on Saturday, at Philadelphia. About fortni;ht ago the American ship Wataga, from Cork, Irel nd, arr »ed Philadelphia, wit
16 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM CONNELL & SON, STUCK AND SHARK BROKERS. Agents to the Eagle Insurance Company of London, HAVE Corre*pespnndenis in the

WILLIAM CONNELL & SON, STUCK AND SHARK BROKERS. Agents to the Eagle Insurance Company of London, HAVE Corre*pespnndenis in the

Principal English, Scotch, and Irish Markets through whom they enecuie orders for the Purchase and Sale of British arid foreign Funds, Railvay, Insurance, Bank and Mining Shares, without aoy additiun to the Commission charged in Marked. The Slock Exchange Lists daily received fr
02 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The English Equity Courts.—We understand that on Saturday at a meeting of tbe leading members of tbe equity bar, a

The English Equity Courts.—We understand that on Saturday at a meeting of tbe leading members of tbe equity bar, a

resolution was agreed to confining the Qaeen's Cuuniel to practice in one particular conrt, and not to receive briefs in any other.— Globe. Mr. Monsell, M.P., bad interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on Monday, at his official residence in Downing-street. The Rev. B. W
27 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN AMD AURTR ALIAM PACKET net, *a, Waterloo-road , SUBSCRIBER ha«i>( mad. ill II krwffrovnti for forviHiM Kblmili Philadelphia, Btßiaore,

AMERICAN AMD AURTR ALIAM PACKET net, *a, Waterloo-road , SUBSCRIBER ha«i>( mad. ill II krwffrovnti for forviHiM Kblmili Philadelphia, Btßiaore,

New Orlea.a, Ywk, Portland, Si. Jofcat, Qiwbcc, —- 1 of lh(M Towm into Ik. interior of the StM« tad Canadaa, conveyance* and rataa ia>uria| bath Diipatch, and Kcon.inv, paitin redding at -*Vmi from Liverpool can the actual outlay required I* raach their destination, dwirafci#, a
30 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY ON THE 1st JANUARY, 1854.

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY ON THE 1st JANUARY, 1854.

Where two placet are mentioned, the act named it that which the Depot of the Regiment ia atationed. lit Life Guards, Windsor tilt Malta j Mullingar Do. Do. Regent's Park Royal H. Guards, Hyde Park 43d C.of G. Hope; Chatfcaai Dragoon Guards, Newbridge 44th Gibraltar, Chatham 2d D
04 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. WILLIAM CHAMBER'S VERDICT ON THE UNITED STATES. TO THE EDITOR Or TBE NEW YORK TRIBUNE. Sir,—l beg, through the

MR. WILLIAM CHAMBER'S VERDICT ON THE UNITED STATES. TO THE EDITOR Or TBE NEW YORK TRIBUNE. Sir,—l beg, through the

medium of your column*, to say few tvordt of farewell before departing for England, which I do to-morrow in ih* iteimihip Europa. I have been able during the last three months to realise the long-cherished wish nf visiting America. Necesiarily brief as has been my sojourn, and r
04 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSC PAINTERS. TUB Operative HOUSE PAINTERS of ihe City of Cork beg to inform the Public that, in eontequence of

HOUSC PAINTERS. TUB Operative HOUSE PAINTERS of ihe City of Cork beg to inform the Public that, in eontequence of

the present high prices of provisions generally, and the small anoint Employment which they receive annually, (eventing but from Five to Seven Months,) they feel it necesaary to Advance their wages from 45., to is. and 6d. per Day, from the first Monday in March, 1854. [3452] DI
04 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST—Wednesday.

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST—Wednesday.

per Cent. Consols .. .. .. .. Do. Act, Jan. 9 .. 92} 34 per Cent. Stock .. .. .. .. 93iU Do. Act., Jsn. 9 .. .. .. .. .. Bank Stock xd National Bank, £224 .. xd Royal Bank, £10 .. .. .. .. .. Muen Head topper Mine. 10s. .. .. .. Is Od Midland Great Western and Royal Canal, £474
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FERMOY QUARTER SESSIONS—Tuesday.

FERMOY QUARTER SESSIONS—Tuesday.

FERMOY QUARTER SESSIONS— Tuesday. [Before Walter Berwick, E»q., Assistant Barrister, tad William Forward Auxin, Anthony Geran, Edw.O'Brie»,M Cornelma O'Brien, Charlea and Caput* Coll Mil Magistrates. The following gentlemen were aworn on the Graad —John Rota, Benina, foreman ; Ro
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland