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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

| BY EBECTI'U.'k CT TlLEGRA.Pf. I| AMERICA. SdviUm BmToN,' WED;ESDAY.-Tbe Indtian steamer with d advicees ?? York to 9,h inst. is coming up the river. d News, anticipated. d 't ENGLISH FlJ9D9-YsmsAy. .e English Funds quite negleoted. Console opened at a slight decline, aud were w
24 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDER OF A LADY BY HER HUSBAND AT ROCHESTER.

MURDER OF A LADY BY HER HUSBAND AT ROCHESTER.

t I w ?io ; i iv?111URDERVY'AFA, ?? ?RUSBANb"?,T-"?? 0 11 ?? . i? ;, , ?": I . ) I 1, : , , ".0 z ?,l 1,:! 11 4 4-11- 11 ?? ? , ? - " -! -t I ,, I I - I I 11 11 * 'Od~s'Tesday' hrnisogn the neighboubdhood"if Txoy'T wi,1 iiesber,'was'thr~d~h lit'o e'n'eiderabia doostesntion,'owibs
24 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

"August-18, at wwq piuy or bwfeoldiad ?? ea 'W1of IIOOsuo ofon. thue', te a If;Ithe M-MoWd-Bqof~;Aptq~ Porm hlc e f. I thr do~~rDr, lo~dBtI~E, Morehld, NR6 0 4IT r60 dauhte o te at 014 Shwuoi -k VW i, u di tS.Pee~ i~rb n ~aM, ?? ;1~ x W LA S L 041 C n r w e la d r w y2 OtroZforgm
23 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COURT-MARTIAL ON LIEUT. PERRY.

THE COURT-MARTIAL ON LIEUT. PERRY.

".. I , ?? ; I I : -1 - - I I I . - . TAE OOUR?_M;A "- ?? il" ` ?? A ; ?? - . I . HTULJON! Un FERRY, j, I ,. Y. . . - 1 'Wimbsona~i5ATUBIST A'UG*. 19. -The C5~ranatigl o Lieu tenant Perry at W~indsor hesY teeuminatod;' but it wrould be hardf to asy vhen the court-martlals oi whie
22 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

| 0 ~~LONDONPLICE. I I Jii_. ! . . 4fiB0sBOUGH-STPUtT.-Thomis William O'Keefe'and' his son, Terence O'keefe, 'were` finalli examine:.,ou the ebarge of obtalning from miss Piscilla East the sum of 6620 by fraud and faes pratences, and committed for trial. KAUxLEno~en.-A case of ie
22 August 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE—Saturday.

POLICE OFFICE—Saturday.

(Before A. F. M'Namaba, Esq.) Mr. Fitzgerald appeared before tbe Bench on behalf of Mr. Tbomhill, pawnbroker, and aaid he was concerned in a caae in which Mr. Wallia, solicitor, was party. He waa told Mr. Wallia was to he present, but he did not know the fact of bia own knowledg
28 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS-QUEENSTOWN.

SHIP NEWS-QUEENSTOWN.

August 25—Wind W. Arrived—Bess Grant, Richards, Demerara, ordera, timber— to Duff, M'lnroy, Liverpool; Enterprise, Jones, Hayti, general, orders—to Senibner, Rowe and Browne, Liverpool; Chibucto, Wallace, Halifax, fish and oil, Cork; Anderida, Fuller, Sinvrna, Valonia, orders—to
28 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Lord Chancellor, after brief stay Killirney, will return on Thursday to Limerick, en route lor Kilkee, in the county

The Lord Chancellor, after brief stay Killirney, will return on Thursday to Limerick, en route lor Kilkee, in the county

Clare, where his Lordship will remain for some time. The Publishing Trade.—Mr. Routledge states that has sold of the following volumes the numbers attached: —"Pelham," 35,000; " Paul Clifford," 27.000; " Eugene Aram," 27,000 " Rienzi," 23,000; " Lays of Pompeii," 23,000; "Pilgri
25 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

THIS DAY. The weather warm and brilliant. Wheat—Arrivals very short but the market contiose* very flat, and some say It. lower. Barley—Arrivali of foreign liberal, trade qnite in retail. Oata—Arrivali have been very ihort—for tbe last four weeks tbe demand has improved, and pric
25 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CARDINAL WISEMAN ON THE HOME EDUCATION OF THE POOR.

CARDINAL WISEMAN ON THE HOME EDUCATION OF THE POOR.

It may be remembered that the Society of Artt, in connection with itt educational exhibition St. Martin's-hall, Long-acre, organised course of lectures to be delivered eminent men while the exhibition was open. It wat intended that thete lectures should fill up all the gaps iu o
23 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland