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CAPTAIN VETCH'S REPORT ON THE RIVER.

CAPTAIN VETCH'S REPORT ON THE RIVER.

Admiralty, 4th Nov., 1853. obedience to the commands of their lordships, communicated in your letter the of October last, directing proceed Cork and Queenstown, to reexsmine the harbour works, and to report on the proceedings the harbour commissioners, with reference to memorial
29 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A LECTURE ON PSALMODY CONGREGATIONAL SINGING WILL be delivered on TUESDAY EVENING, April 4th, 8 o'clock, it the IMPERIAL HOTEL,

A LECTURE ON PSALMODY CONGREGATIONAL SINGING WILL be delivered on TUESDAY EVENING, April 4th, 8 o'clock, it the IMPERIAL HOTEL,

W. Hcazlk, Orginiat of St. Ann'a Shaudon, and Profmor of Siuging, comprising cursory view of the Urigin of Vootl Music, ind its connection with the Religiouj institutions of (II ages—Language the basis of the Vocal Structure, shown a comparison of their generic characters—The pr
29 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Monday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Monday.

REMOVAL OF IRISH PAUPERS. Sir B. HAI.L rose to make a short statement in reply the observations which fell from the hon. member for Dungarvan on Friday evening, with respect to certain proceed* which had taken place in the metropolitan districts in connection with the removal of
03 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FORTESCUE ON BRIBERY.

FORTESCUE ON BRIBERY.

(From the Mail ) It will be recollected of our readers that one of the points upon which Mr. Fonescue relied in his late hustings' oration was a charge that " theCarletonClub were the warm canvassers of the Tenant Leaguers, and that the canvassers would also assist in supplying
03 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Interesting to Graziers—At the isle of the Karl of Ducies last week, one cow, fetched 6#® guineas, and the Oxford.

Interesting to Graziers—At the isle of the Karl of Ducies last week, one cow, fetched 6#® guineas, and the Oxford.

250 ; Mystery, 200 ; »hile lb* Duchess ran lo no less than 700 guineas; other Duchess cows fetched respectively 350, 300, 400. and 310 The Dnke of Cloocester hull fetched, guineas ; Poarth Duke of York, 500 ; the Fifth Duke of York, Norman 180 ; and Francisco, 150 guineas.
03 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HYDROPATHY. The hydropathic establishvient, carrig- MAHON, MONKSTOWir, CORK, is unsurpassed for Air, Water, and Scenery. Dr. uses an Auxiliary to

HYDROPATHY. The hydropathic establishvient, carrig- MAHON, MONKSTOWir, CORK, is unsurpassed for Air, Water, and Scenery. Dr. uses an Auxiliary to

the Wafer Cure, that "most excellent system, the lIOMCEOPATHIC, with the best and most satisfactory results. Dr. Curtin can consulted at the Establishment, or at 42, PATRICK STREET, CORK. (272) WANTED, £200 5 per Cent., on the Assignment a Bond which is well secured. Interest pa
03 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KINSALE UNION—Thursday.

KINSALE UNION—Thursday.

Wm. R. Meade, Esq , J.P., Chairman. Other Guardians present—John Walton, John S. Bird, John G. Daunt, John Gillman, Thomas Cuthbert, Achilles Daunt, Edward Jago, M.D., Thomas W. Knolles, and M.C. Cramer. Stale the House.—ln the house on the 11th March, 533; admitted the followin
27 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGARVAN ELECTION COMMITTEE.

DUNGARVAN ELECTION COMMITTEE.

(From the Reporters of the Cork Constitution.) London, Thursday.—The Select Committee appointed inquire into the circumstances attending the election of Mr John Francis Maguire for the borough of Dungarvan, assembled this day. Counsel for the petitioner—Mr. Edwin James, Q.C., Mr
27 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LET, THE Splendid and Extensive CASTLE GARDENS MITCHELSTOWN, »o celebrated for their superior Fruit and Vegetables of every kind. A

LET, THE Splendid and Extensive CASTLE GARDENS MITCHELSTOWN, »o celebrated for their superior Fruit and Vegetables of every kind. A

Keipectable and Solvent Tenant will be treated liberally. For further particulars apply at the Agent's Office, Mitchei.stow.m. 24th March, 1854. (983) STORES—PATRICK-STREET. TO LET, after the 25th Inst., Storei in Gould's Yard. Applv to R. Allen, 69, Patrick-street, 3d Mo. (Marc
27 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RCB S I A

RCB S I A

RCB I On the *2il inst., the I -rand Duke Constantine inspected the fleet HcUmgeors. The Emperor was expected arrive at Helringcor* fortnight. The Gulfs Bothnia and Finland are still covered with ice. The Swedish papers re|s<rt that 30,000 Russians are employed in cutting from Cr
21 March 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland