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THE FRUITS OF ACTING BOLDLY.

THE FRUITS OF ACTING BOLDLY.

The Timet of Saturday makes the following announcement :—" We understand that at the next Council the " order authorizing transportation to the Cape will " revoked." The Cape people have done this by unity of purpose and firmness of action. What a lesson!
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL PROTECTION. TO THS TRNANT-FARMERS ON THE ESTATE OP SIK ROBERT PEEL. wish to communicate with you on

SIR ROBERT PEEL PROTECTION. TO THS TRNANT-FARMERS ON THE ESTATE OP SIK ROBERT PEEL. wish to communicate with you on

the present state and the proapects agriculture, far they concern our relations landlord and tenant, and I know not that I could any better mode of communication than this which I have adopted. There can, think, be no question that the effect of the leceat changes the law in res
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We understand that Herr Staudigl, the celebrated German vocalist, has recently purchased an estate near Brunn, in Austria for the

We understand that Herr Staudigl, the celebrated German vocalist, has recently purchased an estate near Brunn, in Austria for the

sum of 80,000 florins, (£8,000,) and that he intends shortly to retire from the stage. Discovery Dental Surgery.—Mr. Punch, 85, Fleet-street, begs to introduce entirely new descrii tion of teeth, being the teeth of the facta which Protectkniat orator* are continually making thw
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Death op James Finton lor, Esq.—We deeply regret to have to announce the death of James Finton Lalor, Esq. The

Death op James Finton lor, Esq.—We deeply regret to have to announce the death of James Finton Lalor, Esq. The

melancholy event took place five o'clock,p.m. on the 27th instant. Most of our readers are aware that this rarely-gifted young Irishman was for some time connected with the editorial department the Feiom newspaper, and few who read his peculiarly able articles on the land questi
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES NEW IMPORTATIONS. PRIME QUALITY.—LOW PRICES. DSHEEHAN has returned from his annual journey through the Manufacturing Districts of England. He

SALES NEW IMPORTATIONS. PRIME QUALITY.—LOW PRICES. DSHEEHAN has returned from his annual journey through the Manufacturing Districts of England. He

has selected Goods of all the New Patterns and Shapes, and of the Very best quality. He has purchased FOR CASH in DEPRESSED MARKETS, and can and will sell rates which will, he expects, surprise his Friends in Cork. respectfully solicits an inspection of his Stock. His Term* are
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ASYLUM foreign and domsitic life office, ESTABLISHED IN 1824, For Invalid and Healthy Lives, and for Officert and Othert travelling

ASYLUM foreign and domsitic life office, ESTABLISHED IN 1824, For Invalid and Healthy Lives, and for Officert and Othert travelling

or resident abroad. FRMALITIES WAIVED, to that in certain cues the ordinary references may dispensed with, should the Company's Medical Officer satisfied without them. Policies on the Lives or others, not necessarily void if the life assured travel beyond prescribed limits. Loan
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TUAM UNION.

TUAM UNION.

On Wednesday last, the guardians of this onion held their usual weekly meeting in the board room of the workhouse—Robert Bodkin, Esq., chairman, presiding. lord glengall's petition. The Chairman said they were already aware that he had received on the last day of meeting, from L
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
II K G II EAL .1 I NEW ROAD. LONDON. LAkISO.VS VEGETABLE IMUBS.iI MEDICI.NES I, AnH b.j1.1) ARMAGIJ TZx. John

II K G II EAL .1 I NEW ROAD. LONDON. LAkISO.VS VEGETABLE IMUBS.iI MEDICI.NES I, AnH b.j1.1) ARMAGIJ TZx. John

Thompson, **
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
UNCLE BENJAMINS SF.IIMON.

UNCLE BENJAMINS SF.IIMON.

Not many hour* ago I heard undo Benjamin fli«- cus'ing this matter to his son, ho of pre»»ure. •» upon it. Sammy,” said the old man a« he leaned l>i<t staff, with his grey locks flowing In the hreezeof May n.orning, •* murmuring pay bills, i have been an'observer many times thes
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
“ Free trade and a reduction of rents.”

“ Free trade and a reduction of rents.”

Free trade and reduction of rents.” CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. We have received Cape of Good Hope papers to the 3d of November inclusive, but the intelligence they contain differs very tittle from that supplied by many of the late arrivals from that colony, Thepeopleatlarge maintained mo
December 31, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland