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DIBTCJRBANCEB IN ENGLAND.

DIBTCJRBANCEB IN ENGLAND.

Bran HAM, FHIDAT EVEMIRO.—The accounts which have reached Birmingham this afternoon from the disturbed districts are much mors favourable character than was anticipated from the reports which have been circulated. The turn-out of the colliers and miners appears to confined to th
July 18, 1842 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL DICTIONARY—(Letter E Continued.)

REPEAL DICTIONARY—(Letter E Continued.)

EXILE._No nation in the world—save the Jewish— has so large a number of its members in dreary exile as Ireland. The emigrants are exiles by compulsion nearly as much as the multitudes who have been forced to fly because of active opposition to tyranny. The Irishman is Jiot by na
July 24, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SELECTIONS FROM PUNCH.

SELECTIONS FROM PUNCH.

Fair Sufferers By fair sufferers we mean about ninety nine out of every hundred of those poor young ladies, condemned, through the accident of their birth, to languish, in silk and satin, beneath the load of a fashionable existence. Ah! little think the gay licentious paupers, w
July 24, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SPIRIT OF DESPOTISM.

THE SPIRIT OF DESPOTISM.

(From the Brighton Herald.) Despotism," says the Marquis de Custine.in his "Russia," " is never so much to be feared as when it is pretending to do good ;" for Despots sometimes, among their other freaks, determine to be reformers, and to civilize, educate, and improve the peopl
July 24, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES IN IRELAND.

MARRIAGES IN IRELAND.

On Wednesday a bill, which has passed the House of Lords, and has been read in the Commons, intituled "an act for Marriages in Ireland, and for registering such marriages," was printed. It contains no fewer than seventy-eight sections, with seven schedules annexed. the preamble
July 24, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AN INTERCEPTED LETTER OF LORD A—THORP TO A COUNTRY COUSIN.

AN INTERCEPTED LETTER OF LORD A—THORP TO A COUNTRY COUSIN.

IAN INTERCEPTED LETTER OF LORD A-THORIPI TO A COUNTRY COUSIN. (iSts ATtICItSZ) AG DEAR Coz-Sina I iaist Wirote to you, sensiblo changis have bappsfed,-I have been made a mims'er, and my abgli' ties dr gged before the face of England. When 1v wat in oi,- positlit yoU knowy I cut a
April 8, 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MURDERS AT MIRFIELD.

THE MURDERS AT MIRFIELD.

EXAMINATION OW THB JOIPtCTED HDIDERF.KI. Michael M'Cabe and Patrick Reid the two prisoners; now in custody on suspicion of being concerned in this atrocious crimp, were examined on Saturday last, at the police station at Dewsbnry, before Mr. Joshua Ingham, chairman, and Mea«r*.
May 31, 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BANDON RACES.

BANDON RACES.

RACES. These races commenced on Tuesday in the presence of the most immense a*.semhlage of fashionables that, perhaps, on any former similar occasion had ever met in this county. From 10 o’clock the Town was literally thronged with arrivals from every part of the country. Great n
April 10, 1834 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY—SECOND DAY.

WEDNESDAY—SECOND DAY.

The sports were resumed this day before an almost equally numerous attendance ofjfashionables. nine horses entered, only five, came to the ground—viz : Mr. Dr. Barry’s Mr- Gash’s Mr. Ruby’s Mr. Hewitt’s ... Larry ... Psyche ... Weazle .. Game-cock The course was reversed for thi
April 10, 1834 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TOBACCO JOHN COGAN has just landed, per SevL'nyfrom Liverpool, and Navirino from London, \r 30 Hhds. of Prime TOBACCIi particularly

TOBACCO JOHN COGAN has just landed, per SevL'nyfrom Liverpool, and Navirino from London, \r 30 Hhds. of Prime TOBACCIi particularly

selected for this Market, which IpArill sell on en - couraging terms. V The 10 lihds. per Navirino, will be sampled on Thursday next. 42, Patrick-street, April 8. CHEAP TEAS!' ! Good Black Tea —per lb. Good Congo —x....45. Nd. Strong Breakfast Congo——ssyod. THOSE TEAS are just a
April 10, 1834 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland