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THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

Since last evening several soft and refreehing showers have fallen. Their influence may be already seen in the beautiful appearance of the crops, which much needed rain.
June 25, 1845 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE "GREAT BRITAIN" STEAM-SHIP.

THE "GREAT BRITAIN" STEAM-SHIP.

This magnificent ship entered Kingstown Harbour at two o'clock yesterday afternoon, in the presence of the greatest concourse of people ever assembled in that locality. Her arrival was anxiously looked for on Friday evening, and much disappointment was felt at her nonarrival at
June 25, 1845 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FLORENCE PRESERVED; OR THE FEARFUL PAS.

FLORENCE PRESERVED; OR THE FEARFUL PAS.

A TALE Of ARTiriCIAL LITE. In the solitude of bis library, immersed in objectless thought, and gating on vacancy, the Right Hon. the Earl of Blazonfield was standing with his back to the fire. Erect and loftv stood his lordship, with his Ngs apart, and a coat-tail reposing on ei
June 25, 1845 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY AND DISTRESSING SHIP-WRECKS—36 PERSONS DROWNED.

MELANCHOLY AND DISTRESSING SHIP-WRECKS—36 PERSONS DROWNED.

MELANCHOLY AND DISTRESSING SHIP- WRECKS—36 PERSONS DROWNED. Lloyd's, Friday Night By the late arrivals from the United States, intelligence of a melancholy character has been received respecting the shipwreck of several fine English vessels off the coast of Newfoundland, among th
June 25, 1845 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE LATE FRENCH MEETING. IT E Gentlemen who signed the requisition or ilug to congratulate the French Nation, nre iteeto nteet Oil MON DAY next, at Two O'Clock, at llom7;yai Hotel, College-grceen, to transact particular husinessj C. FTTZSIMON, S;cretsry. NoRTHUMBERLAND TAVERN AND
September 18, 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SATURDAY, SEPT. 18.

DUBLIN: SATURDAY, SEPT. 18.

CO orecallaITIO We have received the Hague Extraordinary Cou- rant, of the 13th, containing the speech of the King of the Netherlands to the States-General. It appears to us, upon a hasty reading, to be a calm, temperate, and sensible address, but decidedly bearing against the d
September 18, 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY.

BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY.

BANKRUPT COURTYusTuuDAY. l (lsefore Mr. Commissioner Macau.) In re Phillips, a bankirupt. In this case the bankrupt had been committed to prison t for answering unsatisfactorily when under final examination a op a forrmer day, and Mr. Levy applied to the court to have him brought
September 15, 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH UNION SANATORY COMMITTEE.

SOUTH UNION SANATORY COMMITTEE.

SOUT UNION SANATORY COMMITTEE. Some of the mnembers of tin committee met yesterday, at three o'clock, for the purpose of receiving estimates for n the ereotion of sheds for hospital accommodation of the n sick poor. ea DocTon M'CARTUI in the chair. a The following letter was read
September 15, 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATOE DISEASE.

THE POTATOE DISEASE.

d (From the Gardener's Cdlronstci.) d Within the last eight or ten days complaints have been pretty general that the potato disease is spreading very ra- pidly throughout the country. Up to that period the crops y were in general looking well, with the exception of a few g withe
September 15, 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLYMONEY STEEPLE CHASE.

BALLYMONEY STEEPLE CHASE.

BALLYAIONEY STEEPLE CHASE. The race for the Magenuis Cup was decided on the 4th inst. over a well chosen course of three miles, full of sport- ing fences. The day being favourable, there was a great display of fashionables, which added much to the interest of the scene. Mr. Henry
December 7, 1832 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland