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DUBLIN COKN EXCHANGE—TUESDAY. MAY 23.

DUBLIN COKN EXCHANGE—TUESDAY. MAY 23.

At our corn market to-day higher rates were demanded for every description of home-grown grain, but buyers held off, and the business done was rather in retail, but fully the prices of Friday last. Wheat, white...43s to Od Oats, tawny......00a Od to 00s Wheat, red 40s to 44s Od
24 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NERVOUS SUFFERERS A Retired Clergyman, having beon restored to health in few day*, after mar* yearn great nervous suffering. anxious

NERVOUS SUFFERERS A Retired Clergyman, having beon restored to health in few day*, after mar* yearn great nervous suffering. anxious

to m«ke kr.own others the means of cure—will therefore send (free), on receiving a stamped envelope, properly addressed, a copy of the prescription used. Direct. Rev. E. DOUGLASS. 18. Hoi I and-street, Brixton, London. (J N Ei: VOU S SUFFERERS.' The Pills from the FABA SANCTI IG
24 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDON COFFEE HOUSE, LUDGATE HILL. EDWARD ELLIS, hitherto associated with his Father, of the Star ahd Garter, Richmond Hill,

THE LONDON COFFEE HOUSE, LUDGATE HILL. EDWARD ELLIS, hitherto associated with his Father, of the Star ahd Garter, Richmond Hill,

begs to notify, that after twelve months occupation of above-named Hotel, be has effected such mod ideations, additions, and substantial restorations, he feels a»s .red are specially demanded at the present time, and which, with attention to busmen, he hopes will entitle the Lon
24 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISCUSSION IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

DISCUSSION IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

An affair which caused good deal o( excitement and unending tbeme for gossip and quid nunc*, took place yesterday in the 10 o'clock down train of tbe Cork and Passage Railway. Doctor Tanner, of thia city, was sitting one of tbe carnagea, happened to in conversation with Mr. Char
22 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF TI'EJIORK EXAMINER. Sir, —Your unflinching zeal in the advocacy of whatever you consider beneficial to your

TO THE EDITOR OF TI'EJIORK EXAMINER. Sir, —Your unflinching zeal in the advocacy of whatever you consider beneficial to your

country, whether in opposition to the views of injudicious friends, masked enemies, or zealous rivals, through evil report and good repor —seems to to render it quite unnecessary to apologise for trespassing upon your columns with the following notice a pamphlet just published,
22 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish Prisons.—We are informed that a bill is in preparation by the commissioners of prisons inquiry in Ireland, to consolidate

Irish Prisons.—We are informed that a bill is in preparation by the commissioners of prisons inquiry in Ireland, to consolidate

the county prisons with the convict depots— under a board of commissioners.—Globe. at Ballyedmond —On Tuesday, Mr. Evans sold by auction at Curra, part of the lands of Bajlyedmond, within two miles of Mtdleton, 32 excellent highly bred three and four year old heifers and cows, w
22 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PUSEYISM IN KNIGHTSBRIDGE.

PUSEYISM IN KNIGHTSBRIDGE.

The following is the Bishop of London's reply to memorial complaining of the services and furniture, of Stj Paul's, Knightsbridgc:— London House, May 15th, 1854. Sib, —I find, upon inquiry, that out of 1,000 rented sittings in the Church of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, only 109 ar
22 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LISMORE JUSTICE—OUTRAGE IN A CHAPEL.

LISMORE JUSTICE—OUTRAGE IN A CHAPEL.

LISMORE JUSTICE—OUTRAGE A CHAPEL. (From Ihe Freeman.) On Friday last we published a report some remarkable proceedings which took place on the 28th ultimo, at the Petty Sessions of Lismore—remarkable not only from the important and interesting nature of Ihe question at issue, but
22 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OP LORDS—Thursday. LANDLORD AND TENANT (IRELAND) BILL. Tlie Duke of ARGYLL, in moving (hat the house go into committee on this bill, said thai great difference of opinion had existed on this subject, and it had been under the consideration several successive governments. W
22 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

(Prom the Freeman.) Dublin, Saturdat Evening.—There it nothing oar ticular to record thit week. The chances of Ruttiant improve, and in consequence ttocks go and tallow down. The new duties art felt everywhere, and on. all sides we hear of advancing prices. Here the public in. t
24 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland