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THE ARMY.—PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

THE ARMY.—PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

War- Office, Sept. 8. 10th Regiment of Light Dragoons—Cornet J. J. N. to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Drummond, who rvtirvtilb Vyse, Gent., be Cornet, by purchase, rice Buchanan. Ist Regiment of Foot—Lieutenant R. G. Coles to Captsis, fry purchase, vice Breedon, whose promot
13 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. TO be SOLD, a few Debentures of the Town Commissioners of Bsndon, £50 each, bearing interest at per

DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. TO be SOLD, a few Debentures of the Town Commissioners of Bsndon, £50 each, bearing interest at per

cent. The property charged therewith of lariie value. both the principal and interest being secured the public rate levied off the Town. r further particulars, apply to John T. Belcher. Esq., Chairman Town Commissioners, Uandon. (273-1) -~ WANTED, AN ENTERING CLERK, quick at Wri
13 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY-Monday.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY-Monday.

-Mohdat. rt Robert Gardner. wat a special meeting for the examination of tk. bankrupt, who waa a tiWertmith and jeweller ia Graft!? street. l ««*. Mr. Heron appeared counsel for the assignee Meatra. T. and D. Fitzgerald solicitor!. Mr. m'Ja? Wat for the bankrupt. The Commiuioner
04 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. RIVER STEAMERS. NOTICE. and after TO MORROW, (Sunday, SepiwsSJSfcVJ tember 3, 1854), the Latest Steamer from Queenstown Sundays will

SHIPPING. RIVER STEAMERS. NOTICE. and after TO MORROW, (Sunday, SepiwsSJSfcVJ tember 3, 1854), the Latest Steamer from Queenstown Sundays will

be o'Clock, and on Weekdays 61 o'Clock. River Steamera' Office, Cork, Sept. 1,1854. (3640) EMIGRATION TO AMERICA, »T OBINNELL' « SWALLOW TAIL" LINE OP PACKET »HIF». Ships. Captains. Torn. SaiL LIVERPOOL K»A*«IEY.. 1260.. CORNELIUS GRINNELL, ISOO., CONSTANTINE, .. .. 1500.. AMERI
04 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Diorama of the Holy Land.—The attractions of this magnificent painting were found sufficient, notwithstanding the presence of the Italian opera

Diorama of the Holy Land.—The attractions of this magnificent painting were found sufficient, notwithstanding the presence of the Italian opera

company in the city, to draw a large and crowded audience last evening. is anticipated that the morning representation to-morrow will be largely attended.
22 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRST WINTER GOODS. FOGARTY & CO. ARB now landing their first Supplies GOODS for the coming Season, comprising the largest

FIRST WINTER GOODS. FOGARTY & CO. ARB now landing their first Supplies GOODS for the coming Season, comprising the largest

assortment of WOOLLENS:— CLOTHS. BLANKETS, DOESKINS, CLOAKINGS, TWEEDS. FRIEZES, VESTINGS. FLANNKLB, Ac.. Ac., with every other article suited to the Woollen Drapery Trade. r»» PATRICK STREET. NEW ARRIVALS OF TEA. THE Finest Selection of TEAS imported into Cork thit Season have
22 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN WAREHOUSES, COUNTING HOUSES, &c. TO BE LET, from the 29th Instant, the capacious OFFICES and STOKES on Anderson's Quay,

CORN WAREHOUSES, COUNTING HOUSES, &c. TO BE LET, from the 29th Instant, the capacious OFFICES and STOKES on Anderson's Quay,

at present in occupation James B. Adams, Esq. Apply N. J. CUMMINS. Cork, Septembr 18th, 1854. [2849] QUEENSTOWN. TO BE LET on York Terrsce, from the 16th of September, Good HOUSE, in excellent order, containing Nine Rooms, with Kitchen, Pantries, Ac., 4c. Apply at J. T. Barry's,
22 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Customs London.—So great is the pressure of business on the landing department of the Custom*, in the port of

The Customs London.—So great is the pressure of business on the landing department of the Custom*, in the port of

London, at that time, and the staff of officers bp©n found insufficient f»r the emergency. Over 20J vessels were reported on Monday and Tuesday last, and many ot them have cargoes consi.-ting of sugar, tea, and other high-duty goods. Every exertion has been made to prevent incon
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARTICIPATION IN PROFITS. CUOBE INSURANCE, CORN-HILL and PALL-MALL, LONDON ; Alt 37, WESTMORLAND-STREET, DUBLIN. 1 IRE, LIFE, ANNUITIES, REVERSIONS. Chairman—Jaunts

PARTICIPATION IN PROFITS. CUOBE INSURANCE, CORN-HILL and PALL-MALL, LONDON ; Alt 37, WESTMORLAND-STREET, DUBLIN. 1 IRE, LIFE, ANNUITIES, REVERSIONS. Chairman—Jaunts

William Freshfield, M.P., F.R.S. Deputy Chairman—Fowler New«am, Esq. Treasurer—George Carr Glynn, Esq., M.P. CAPITAL—ON K MILLION, the whole paid up. New Tables of Life Premiums on a sound and liberal basis, and the plan of Particlp ition. have been adopted. Two-thirds Profits d
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POPE’S WORK.

THE POPE’S WORK.

Tho Weekly Telegraph—notably a priest's paper—held out threat to the Government last week, that a perseverance in the system of administrative justice, which left the law to take its courso against the Newtownlimavsdy rioters, would lead to formidable Ribbon retaliations. That w
22 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland