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CIRCULATION OF THE CORK NEWSPAPERS.

CIRCULATION OF THE CORK NEWSPAPERS.

1851. 1852. 1853. Constitution .. .. 185,000 180,000 168,000 Examiner 174,500 172,500 170,000 Reporter 108,000 106,500 103,500 FOR 1853. Examiner, 170,000. Constitution, 168,000. Reporter, 103,500 Excess of Examiner over Constitution. 2,000 Excess of Examiner over Reporter 67,00
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Cork Company's Steam Ship, "Minerva," left for Liverpool on Saturday, with over three hundred emigrants on board, great number

The Cork Company's Steam Ship, "Minerva," left for Liverpool on Saturday, with over three hundred emigrants on board, great number

of whom were pre.paid passengers, principally entered for New York and Boston. The Minerva had also upwards of three hundred sheep, with arge number of pigs, intended for the English markets.
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF THE EUROPA.

THE LOSS OF THE EUROPA.

The following communication has been addressed to Lord Raglan by direction of Lord Hardinge:— " Horse Guards, 17th June, 1854. 11 My Lord—l have received the directions of the Ge. neral Commanding-in-Chief to acquaint your lordship with the lamentable loss of the troop ship Euro
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIOINS. AUCTION OF FURNITURE, PIANO, BRUSSELS, CARPETS, &c. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE CENTRE WARD. GENTLEMEN, —A Vacancy having arisen

AUCTIOINS. AUCTION OF FURNITURE, PIANO, BRUSSELS, CARPETS, &c. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE CENTRE WARD. GENTLEMEN, —A Vacancy having arisen

in the Office of Town Councillor of the above Ward by Hie lamented decease of Thomas Tuckky, Esq , I beg to offer myself as a Candidate therefor, and if returned, the interest] the Ward shall have tuy best attention. HENRY L. YOUNG. Mardjke, June 26, 1854. (1946) ]ITR. JOSEPH CO
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

After a nijht of excessively heavy rain have good showery day. Wheat—Arrivals short. Holders raise their prim, but there is only a hare attendance at Market, and at present notice no material transactions. Bsrley—very stort supplies. improvement. Oats—liberal supply, but trade f
28 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—LAST NIGHT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—LAST NIGHT.

HOUSE COMMONS—LAST NIGHT. The House was occupied the wbole this morning with the Merchant Shipping Bill, ultimately passed through Committee.
28 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Audacious Highway Robberry by a Discharged Convict.—On Thursday laat, as Jamea Sheehy, of Limerick, pensioner from the 61st Regiment, taking

Audacious Highway Robberry by a Discharged Convict.—On Thursday laat, as Jamea Sheehy, of Limerick, pensioner from the 61st Regiment, taking

a walk on the south hank of the Shannon, near Ballinacurra Creek, he was met by a man who presented a pistol at him on full cock, and demanded of him to give up what money he had, threatening that he did not forthwith, he would ahoot him on the spot. Sheehy replied that he bad o
28 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FINE ARTS. JOHN GUISANI hit great picture in innoancing that he sow on View for tbia Week oaljr, (until Saturday

FINE ARTS. JOHN GUISANI hit great picture in innoancing that he sow on View for tbia Week oaljr, (until Saturday

Nest. lit Joly), the Two Splendid Piintingi of " Night" aid "Mornini," by Sir Edwin Landsier, R.A. (1939) AUCTIONS. TO CLOSE SALES. BARBADOS SUGAR. P MURPHY and SON will offer for Sale it their STORES, POPE'S QUAY, on THURSDAY next, net., Hhdi. Brown Middling and Bright SUGAR. S
28 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Electioneering or »Mi«in Sstordsy, At the Insoltent Debtors Court (London), Mr. J. P. Somen, the member of parliament for Sligo,

Electioneering or »Mi«in Sstordsy, At the Insoltent Debtors Court (London), Mr. J. P. Somen, the member of parliament for Sligo,

filed bii schedule, and an order for heiriof juit been issued. The docament discloses some usry circamitsnces relating electioneering. The from 1839, are let forth £10,823 4i, and the debt* without consideration £986 7i, leafing the actual aebta at £9,837 17a. At the period ment
07 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

(From the Timet City Article of this day.) Tuesday Evening.—This haa been the settling day in the English funds. The Market was characterised by a degree of excitement rarely witnessed, owing to many of the operators having left their accounts unsettled to the past month. A sudd
07 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland