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10 TIIZ ILLECTORS Of TIM CI Lit Or 000 K

10 TIIZ ILLECTORS Of TIM CI Lit Or 000 K

10 ILLECTORS Of TIM CI Or K GENTLEMEN, --From the and freely offered support tendert,' in by Persons of different Political opinions, +hould I offer myself as a Candidate upon the the n.vt Geoend Election to represent my native City in Parliament, I beg leave to announce that it
March 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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March 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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lIN at lig tiff ECT RE, I: LT U BU I L DIN G, &r, Published by ATCHLEY & 106, GREAT RUSSELL-STREET, Btaa.rd-Square (sear the Mareast), Lesbos A NEW WORK OR ARCHITECTURE Budditigs uxtented by G. G. SCIVIT, Eq., Cloth, royl., 4t0., 26 Plates, with lex, -Et 2s COT RKSII)ENCES, IiSO
March 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEAPOLITAN EXILES. TO le VIOI4/IKIP TUX MATOiI AMU Tali Cl(l4E:ft OF t:t olUt.

THE NEAPOLITAN EXILES. TO le VIOI4/IKIP TUX MATOiI AMU Tali Cl(l4E:ft OF t:t olUt.

THE NEAPOLITAN EXILES. TO le MATOiI Cl(l4E:ft OF t:t olUt. The Neapolitan Exiles — feel it their deity to render publicly snit newt heartiiy then to the Mayor and the Citizens of the most ancient and illustrious city of Cork. for the humanity with which they have been received by
March 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
thrice happy child the nose 'ticked so close. At five o'clock the earl arrived, and asked a private audience of

thrice happy child the nose 'ticked so close. At five o'clock the earl arrived, and asked a private audience of

his host before he joined with the family. When they were closetted he proved that Grace had simply told the truth. "I loved your daughter from the first," be said; "I had fluttered at the flame before but never felt bow deeply it could scorch till then. I never was deceived in
March 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NZW EMMONS BIURVIIITCHL 11\TOW ARRIVING in prime condition, the new Season's Brewing of our Celebrated MILD and BITTER ALES, suitable

NZW EMMONS BIURVIIITCHL 11\TOW ARRIVING in prime condition, the new Season's Brewing of our Celebrated MILD and BITTER ALES, suitable

for either Draft or Bottling, and giving entire to the Trade and thrirCanom.rs. These Ales ere speedily Mims which for a while had obtained • ICINOX and SON, Brewery, Alias. Ur. SOUK LANGLANDS. Si, MAYLOR STREET, CORK Sole AgioS for Ile South. JUDITH: WIZ Knows OF SIETIIIILIA. D
March 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EitIMPICLAII AID SCROFULOU6 SORES

EitIMPICLAII AID SCROFULOU6 SORES

Ars at Os ssamt asamsa virslast disorders provolsat this asasstry For tire the Diabolist is as Omahas sissalla. It Irst . arsdiostes tits imam sad completes Me OW% if at SIS pars stair/Sag. TIC-DOW/EU X, SCIATICA, AND ACHE Wisdom's, sabe) used other 'OA" slitslimas at ths soma m
April 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
I . --- – end profane bellot.-1;1 on e oppoeise patsy. rale_te aPininu. everything is allow- 7.T. re7l°°-

I . --- – end profane bellot.-1;1 on e oppoeise patsy. rale_te aPininu. everything is allow- 7.T. re7l°°-

I . --- - profane bellot.-1;1 on e oppoeise patsy. rale_te aPininu. everything is allow- re7l°°- able in electioneering tactics. - BANDON—A good cause has no need of such means, and should scorn to use them —So imperfect is poor human nature, that when a bad makes use of unfair m
April 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC MONUMENT TO THE LATE WM. VITWIBBON, ksg., MAYOR OF CORK. Tu TiIX ILDITOR OT MI CuNY lISANDIEJL

PUBLIC MONUMENT TO THE LATE WM. VITWIBBON, ksg., MAYOR OF CORK. Tu TiIX ILDITOR OT MI CuNY lISANDIEJL

PUBLIC MONUMENT TO THE LATE WM. VITWIBBON, ksg., MAYOR OF CORK. Tu ILDITOR OT MI Woodfield, Broadford, county Clare, April, 14th, 1859. I)amt Bins—As the private friend of the much lamented Major of Cork, William Fitzgibbon, Esq. I had felt a oardusiable delicacy in putting mysel
April 30, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REZEIAL TO ADMIT REPOATZIRS TO THE OEflCE.—Last week it was intimated that, by Mr. Superintendent lugram's orders, reporters fur the

REZEIAL TO ADMIT REPOATZIRS TO THE OEflCE.—Last week it was intimated that, by Mr. Superintendent lugram's orders, reporters fur the

press are henceforward to be excluded from the Police and are not to be permitted to enter it fur the portiere of obtaining udonuatMo. Ibe reasons for issuiug such an extraordinary order have not yet been publicly made known, but we believe they have their origin in the conduct
February 5, 1859 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland