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FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FRIrOR 1' , LONDOgCOaONIENI. ; , * , ?? ' onin Tuesda. i" Toesy, the ?? last night0; buot-fronceand baccide;. Mr. e Spner was beaten, The hon. 'member' and his worthy colleague, the aepulabral,aMrb.. Nwdegate, attempted to bave:the act of .184a practioally repealdd-by-siib3 oting
06 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

I : I 11 I A WA - m' - . _- 1 A, WonD op TaUTr'HoN THE RsELiGIOUS LEs orF W~oesm-(Dublie: Jantes DuJy)D-Altbough the clear and eloquent declaration of Catholic rights, whichemanated from the Catholic hierarchy, 'lsrgy, and laity of Ireland, together with the iudignant protlest.
04 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

READ THE NEW EDITIONII ON NERVOUs AND GENERATIVE DISEASES. Just Published, 20th Thousand. Illustrated ?? . Etngravings, Price Is., or in a sealed unvelope,, free by post, fer 18 Postage Starups., 12fEALTHI ANED HAPPINESS, the meats by which ' . they may be obtainedi, a mesdical w
07 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF M. R. LEYNE, ESQ. With deep sorrow we have to announce the death of Mr. Maurice R. I.eyne,

DEATH OF M. R. LEYNE, ESQ. With deep sorrow we have to announce the death of Mr. Maurice R. I.eyne,

which took place on Thursday morning at Thurles, of fever, after an illness of two weeks' duration. His loss will be mourned by numerous circle rf persnnal friends, who knew his sterling worth and appreciated his great abilities. There are few persons, no matter what may their r
03 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

The British and North American Royal Mail steamer " Niagara," Captain Leech, arrived in the Mersey from Boston and Halifax at an early honr yesterday morning with 147 passengers and 553,000 dollars in specie.— She brings advices from New York to tbe 20th, Boston to the 21st, and
03 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Suicide or the Editor of the "Jewish Chronicle." —On Tuesday an inquest was held on the body of Joseph Mitchell

Suicide or the Editor of the "Jewish Chronicle." —On Tuesday an inquest was held on the body of Joseph Mitchell

the editor of tbe Jewish Chronicle, committed suicide by shooting himself with a pistol. Mrs. Jane Mitchell, the wife of the deceased, said that her husband had been very low spirited lately from pecuniary difficulties, and had been under medical treatment for pain in bis heart.
03 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY CHAIRS.

UNIVERSITY CHAIRS.

(Prom the Nation.) The appointment of Five Chain the Catholic University this week been formally announced. We had the pleasure anticipating several of them, and we congratulate the I. niversity upon so splendid a commencement to its ataff the present. Referring to not unwholeso
03 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED, FIR BRURF.E MILLS, GENERAL MANAGER and BOOK-KERPER. None need apply but persons conversant with the management of Mercantile affairs.

WANTED, FIR BRURF.E MILLS, GENERAL MANAGER and BOOK-KERPER. None need apply but persons conversant with the management of Mercantile affairs.

Application addressed MICHAEL RYAN, Bruree Mills, Kilmallock. AUCTIONS. AUCTION or BARBADOS SUGARS. SIMEON HARDY SONS will offer for Sale THURSDAY Next, the 6th Inst., their Stores, LAPP'S QUAY, Hhds. of BARBADOS SUGARS. Cork. 30th June, 1854. [1991] N O TICE . THE Auction of Fu
03 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYNOOTH GRANT—SPOONER'S MOTIONVOTES OF IRISH MEMBERS.

THE MAYNOOTH GRANT—SPOONER'S MOTIONVOTES OF IRISH MEMBERS.

THE MAYNOOTH GRANT—SPOONER'S MOTIONVOTES IRISH MEMBERS. Thirteen voted with Mr. Spooner, viz:— Sir A. Brnoke, I. Butt, H. M. Cairns, R. Davison, J. George, E. Grogan, G. A. Hamilton, Sir E. Hayes. W. F. Hume, Captain Jones, Hon. W. S. Knox, Colonel Taylor, J. Vance. With tbe Gove
07 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REV. MR. M'MAHON AND LORD DONOUGHMORE.

REV. MR. M'MAHON AND LORD DONOUGHMORE.

The following letter has been addressed hy the Rev. Mr. M'Mabon to the editor a Limerick paper:— " Kinnetty, June 29, '54. " Dear Sir—'Tis only this moment I have seen in your paper the reported newspaper ferocious attack of Lord Do. on me, said have been made in the House of Lo
07 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland