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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

6 Sep 1827

poetry. THE LAIRD O' COCKPEN SIR WAI.TtR SCOTT. The I.ainl o' Cockpen he’s oml an’ ifTpat, His mind ta’en wV things o’ the state ; He wanted wife his braw house keep Hut favour wi’ women was fashioui seek. Down by the dyke-side lady did dwell, At his table-head

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

18 Dec 1830

after the death of. Mr. Boiler had taken the. pleasure of his Majesty with respect to bit successor. His Majesty had been pleased unon that day to signify his intention that the noble Earl (Bslhurst’s) son should be appointed to succeed Mr. Boiler. This being

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

5 May 1829

marriage by Lady Stafford. Mrs. Frederick West, the Countess De hi Ware, on bermarriage. . . . Mrs. Charles H. Stonor, on her marriage, by Lady Stafford. Mrs. Donat O’Brien, -on her marriage, by Lady Peter Parker. . , Mrs. George Bose, on her manriage. byLady

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1842

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ELOPEMENT OF A MARRIED LADY WITH HER MARRIED SERVANT. Shortly after Mr. Studdart took his seat on the bench at Henry-street Police-office, yesterday morning, a person named Alexander Laird, late a servant in the employment of Alexander

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

23 Jun 1829

Amethyst, Mr. Smyth ; Elizabeth, Mr. M'Nair ; 1 Falcon, Mr. Brown ; Clarence, Mr. Sinclair Gygseg, Mr.'ilohertiqp. ' , . . •■• In the yachts tl,c were the Zof, the ' Marimeas of' Donegal -.Crusader, Sir S. May ; Betsey, Col' Ward,; Jane, Mr. Turnley

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

19 Sep 1844

to the ladles, upon which .Mr. Saunders requested the officer close the door. M thi- request he refused compliance, and .Mr. Saunders then rose from his seat and closed it.— The door was again pushed open by the officer. Mr. Saunders remonstrated, and

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Feb 1830

given in by Mr. Dyke, as Proctor on the part of laird Ellenborougb, during Michaelmas Term, anti beingadmitted without opposition, witnesses were examined in support of if, previous to the close of that Term. An allegation was also asserted Mr. Fox, her

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

21 Jun 1834

Ac, were Lady Chatterton, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. VV. Crawford Mrs. Morris, The Lord Bishop Cloanr. Mr. Hol. lings worth, Messrs. Coo 18, Francis B. Beamish, Feath, Pike, Travers, C. Cotterell, Ac. .. . . . After the above had been written, Mr. exhibited

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1828

Sir Robert Chester, hit Majesty's Master the Ceremonies. Countess d’ Alcudia, the lady of the Spanish Minister, was presented bis Majesty, also Mrs. Lawrence, die lady of tile American Charge d* Affairs. The Baton Marevcil, .Minister Plenipotentiary itnd

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 May 1823

bankni|itc.v of and Co. The question, wMch was fully argued Mr. Fonblanqiie, Mr. Bell, ami Mr. Montague, for Air. Rod, who is rejiresented having surplus .£(100, ; and by Mr- Horne, Mr. Meriva',, .uid Mr. Presland, for tlie Count, was,—Whether a Judgment Debt-

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Apr 1830

tavtd hit tithe, (ten tuitcrihfrt.) laird Portarlinglon’s b. c. Skylark, .3 yrs. old, Bst 31b.. I Mr. Watts* br. c. Mount Ksglc, 3 years old, Bst 31b. 2 Mr. Maher's ch. h. Speculation, 5 years old,list 31b.3 Mr. Blake’s b. h. D« Vere, 5 years old

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

3 Nov 1842

the room, accompanied hy Mr. John O'Connell, half-past one o’clock, both were received with loud cheers. The tUcnETAET pro hr>a.( Mr.CußAN)rv»'l the communications to the Repeal Association, lie commenced reading letter from Mr. ay. It appeared from this

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

15 Jan 1831

ocemiao to to his predecessor in office, Mr. Gregory, wbo, isset said, had afforded him every information in his power. The Colonel concluded by requeuing liberty from lbs Cheirroao to a toast—as a man of gallantry, be give•• The Health of the Ladies of Dublin

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Sep 1834

day. and bis bed by night; a tinned casan, crock, for his pillan, and all the other uses of his cuisine; wooden bowl to prepare the barley or balls for bis camels, and his needles and cordage. His short pipe and tobacco-hag are luxuries modem days. The

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

6 Dec 1823

Devonshire, Lord D.mdass, : and Mrs. Cliffiml (Kuryahtt), Hou. C. a’i, ;rs ballon. Lord Gray, theiiirl and Countess ol ■':[ Lord Autfiistus Hill, Sir Ricnard Acton,) T.a .imon l, from Paris, Cajit. , but Sir .UojU he next his Lady, Sir Win. Drummond, tier M

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

22 Oct 1829

course beats. Mr. Caldwell's Gazebo, Mr. Ferguson, .. 11 Mr. Msyne's Sabrina, owner, .. .. 2 Mr. Disney’s Flora Msc Ivor, owner, .. 3 Mr. Disney’s Ueber. Mr. Quin .. .. Lord Portnrlington’s Cceur Lion, .. S ( Finale.—A race, when dark, between Mr. Neweoluus

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 Jun 1844

that the imprisonment Mr. O'Cosimeu. will endear him huivdnsl-fokl to his countrymen. The idle nonsense that we see written people who affect to believe, that his imprison meet has broken the spell Mr. O’Conxsi.i.'.s p..w. rover his countrymen, is utterly

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1844

which (the Attome-General) would guilty of a gross violation his duty if consented to. He should not fit in his own estimation h his office for one instant could consent to such proposal. Mr. rose and, evidently labouring under equally excited feelings

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

19 Feb 1846

sword in fencing. I have beard hiA express his intention to marry a Welch lady. I have seen Hart Ferrers dlsguise himwK after the fashion of the tofigaie breakers, lie u-M-d lo pul nightcan over his whiskers and mr Ins poi-kethandki rchlef over h» hal.and

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

21 Feb 1829

15.—This day, at 12 o'clock, his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland arrived the Castle, and had an audience of some length with his Majesty. His Royal Highness, after a visit of three hours, left the Castle for tamlon. His Royal Highness the Duke of

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