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POTATO STARCH—NO MEDY AGAINST IMPENDING FAMINE HERE POTATOES ARE THE STAPLE FC •'). THE EDITOR OF TJ EXAMINER. Grenville January

POTATO STARCH—NO MEDY AGAINST IMPENDING FAMINE HERE POTATOES ARE THE STAPLE FC •'). THE EDITOR OF TJ EXAMINER. Grenville January

3rd, 1846. Sir,—It is ray wish, if it meet with your approbation, that this letter should appear your paper ; because your journal has great circulation, and gives insertion to useful information, for which I so far give you credit, although differing with you most materially in
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MALLOW UNION-FRIDAY.

MALLOW UNION-FRIDAY.

The Poor Law Commissioners wrote to the Guardians intimating their readiness to order the dismissal ofthe Master, in consequence of the circumstances referred to in the letter of Mr. Barnett Barry. The Guardians have sent for the Assistant Poor Law Commissioners to hold an inves
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ENTERTAINMENT TO THE MAYOR

ENTERTAINMENT TO THE MAYOR

The faithful and devoted members of Globe-lane Temperance Room entertained their worthy and respected Vice-President, A. F. Roche, Esq., Mayor of Cork, on last evening.in their spacious Hall, which was simply but elegantly decorated for an occasion of such peculiar and delightfu
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Castleisland Fair Thursday last was encouraging. calf heifers brought good prices. One lot ot seven was sold for £56; the

Castleisland Fair Thursday last was encouraging. calf heifers brought good prices. One lot ot seven was sold for £56; the

average price was £7. There was no faction fightiDg was expected.
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MINES OF IRELAND.

MINES OF IRELAND.

Copper Ores, the Produce of Irish Mines Sold at Swansea, 31st December, 1845: Mines. Cwts. Price. Produce. Bearhaven, 183 £7 11 6 £1386 13 6 Cronebane 76 4 8 0 334 6 Tirony 1 40 0 0 40 0 0 "260 £1,761 1 For Sale, 14th January. 1846: KnockmaJion, 331; Cronebane, 185 ; Bearharen,
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETS OF MR. TONSON RYE'S FOX HOUNDS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY.

MEETS OF MR. TONSON RYE'S FOX HOUNDS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY.

Hour—half-past 10 o'clock.^ Tuesday 6th Inniscarra Bridge. Friday 9th Mount Pieasant. Tuesday Hanover Hall. Friday 16th Old Castle. Tuesday 20th Innishannon. Friday TJmera. Tuesday 27th Kilcrea Bridge. Friday 30th Nadrid Bridge.
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS." her lodgings, in Tralee, on Thursday last, the lady of Hugh Hawkshaw, Esq, of daughter. In Catherine-st, Limerick, the

BIRTHS." her lodgings, in Tralee, on Thursday last, the lady of Hugh Hawkshaw, Esq, of daughter. In Catherine-st, Limerick, the

lady of the Rev. Thomas Elates, of a sun. Jan 2. at the residence of her father, Mount joy-square, the lady of Wm Parker. Esq, of a daughter. On the 31st December, the lady of A. Metcalf, of Dublin, a son. Dame-st, Dublin, on the lst inst., the lady of P. De Courcy Shcehy, Esq,
January 5, 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

pjjpgIAL P.1 RLJAMENT, lloUSE OF LORDS, MONDaY, MA1WCH!29. I k pesn rn tl~e navy office pre'ented a return of the Ci tnot. 0f B~itlh onk thither purchased for the navysirncelSO9. h, th Oti'n of thre Earl of MALNMESBURYreun Ltordcred of the quantity of coam imported into Liverpool
April 2, 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA—LATER FROM AMERICA.

ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA—LATER FROM AMERICA.

ARRIVAL THE CALEDONIA—LATER FROM AMERICA. (From the Packet Correspondent Liverpool, June 14,1848 The British and North American royal mail ship Caledonia arrived in the Meraey this morning, bringing specie to tbe amoant of £lB,OOO, and 36 passengers. thlk vessel we have advices t
June 16, 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY. CONVICTION OF SMITH O'BRIEN!

SATURDAY. CONVICTION OF SMITH O'BRIEN!

[from our reporters.] Their Lordships entered court shortly after nine o'clock; and, after the jury had been called over and answered to tbeir names. Mr. O'Brien said—Before your Lordships resume your review of the evidence, perhaps 1 may be allowed to say a few words in explana
October 9, 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland