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The Cork Atuen-eum. —Hit Excellency the Lord Lientenant has signified the committee of the Cork Athe•cam his readiness to Tiiit

The Cork Atuen-eum. —Hit Excellency the Lord Lientenant has signified the committee of the Cork Athe•cam his readiness to Tiiit

Cork on the 14th November, for tb« purpose of preaiiling tbe inauguration of the building; but lilted it to be impossible that, the Lad; Lieute■aat con'd arrive in town befure the latter end of the The committee consequently hare postponed the inauguration, which it ia believed
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Nurses for the WotrnDco.—Aitrag the certifloated nurses who have just left thii eoontrv, onder the of Mill Nightingale, attend

The Nurses for the WotrnDco.—Aitrag the certifloated nurses who have just left thii eoontrv, onder the of Mill Nightingale, attend

upon the rick and wounded in the Britiih hoipital at Scutari, ii Mile Enkine eldeit daughter the Dowager Lady Erskine, of Pwll-y--crochan, North Wain. The knowledge thia joung lady of the Welsh language will render her aid invaluable among the wounded Welah, and the high estimat
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

thair rerw intra thank, No. Major ai Sui»Hle, tit (km- ; ttonrt<s.<w<a»Uu«laf»«w. ~ ' .ii *
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

Weather brilliant. Wheat—Arrivals very abort—not much doing, but market very firm at Monday's rates. Barley—Short supply—fell la. on Wednesday, W is not lower to day. Oats—Supply abort and market firm. Flour—Short aupplies—market steady.
03 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Illnsss of Chief Bason.—We aincerely refret to 1 announce that, account of illness, the Lord Chief.Baron j did not appear

Illnsss of Chief Bason.—We aincerely refret to 1 announce that, account of illness, the Lord Chief.Baron j did not appear

the Court Exchequer this day on the opening of Michaelmas Term and that he will be unable to resume judicial dutiea for short time. We hive ; learned that hia Lordship been ordered by hia medical advisers to proceed to southern climate, in order to restore hia health, which been
03 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Durixg the part of last week violent norm and heavy rains flooded the low lying lands in the neighbourhood, and impeded for short time out-door operations of every kind. The past four or five days ba*<, however, been very fine, and labour of all kinds has been sctively returned.
03 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON IN aid of the several harities administered by tbe SISTERS of MERCY, KINSALE, will b« Preached

THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON IN aid of the several harities administered by tbe SISTERS of MERCY, KINSALE, will b« Preached

on SUNDAY. Inat., the REV. MICHAEL MOLONY, After the lot Maaa, in the Pariah Chapel, of that Town. The Donations .of those who cannot attend will be thankfully received the Preacher, Very Rev. J. Keleher, Re*. THoa. Nyhan, Rev. Patrick Sexton, or of the Parochial Committee. Kins
03 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH Of FLAX IN IRELAND.

ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH Of FLAX IN IRELAND.

ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH Of FLAX IRELAND. The monthly meeting of com was held Belfast, William Sbarman Crawford, Etq., in chair. Notice waa given that new self-acting watching machine had been ia. Tented by Mr. Nelton, of Selby, waa to be brou
06 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.

I TAKEN AT COBK IHbTITtrriVW, OCT. 1854. Barometer highest 12th, .. .. min. J* see. . „ lowest 25th 29 mio. see. „ min. 75 sec. Thermometer highest, .. ..64 roin. „ lowest „ mean.. .. .• •• min. Kain inches 1,023. Number of rainy days 13. Wind with very Utile variation through t
06 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BOROUGH REVISION.

BOROUGH REVISION.

It will be remembered that the of the Town Council, the Mayor reported the disfranchisement of a num. ber of burgesses, owing to an error in the making out of the rate books, by which the column for repairs and insurancea was omitted, and reduced the tenant's valuation. The Mayo
06 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland