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  • For Years: 1850 - 1859

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1851

Russell; Leolf seneschal) Mr. A. Stafford, M.P ; King Glorious’, Mr. Avsford Sandford ; Princess Glorioss, Miss Harriet Duke, Mr. Bickeron Lyons ; Marquis, Mr Grenfell; Lackland, Mr. Odo Russell; Ulric, Lord ; Maid of Honour; Lady Georgians ; Cremenda fa

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

22 Feb 1858

Commeen, Kihnacthomas, to Mr. Patrick Walsh. Kilmurry, Dungarvan. On same day at the Catholic Church. Hungarvan, by the Very Rev. Dr. Hall.v, P.P., V.G., Mr. Patricg Morrissev.of Commcen, Margaret, daughter of the late Mr. P. Walsh, of Kihnurrv, Dnngarvan

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

19 Mar 1858

till next morning, when Mr, Sergeant will reply for the plaintiff. Counsel for plaintiff—Mr. Clarke, Q.C., Mr. Sergeant Mr. Kxham, Mr. Murphy. Agent—H. K. Kxluan. Counsel for defendant—Mr. Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Cbaltcrton. Agent—Mr. M‘Carthy Downing. PRIVATE

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 Apr 1854

impartial and unprejudiced. Mr. DRUMMOND rose to ask for the rejection of the proposition of the hon. member for Mayo. After some observations from Mr. BowTF.R,Mr. Heslt, Mr. Fitzoebald, Mr. H. Bailv, Mr. S. Wortlet, Mr. Lucas, and Mr. F. Peel, the house divided—

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

31 May 1853

country inheritance, holds nothing purchase, his ancestors never trod our soil, ins income all salarv for praver, and yet the last of the nuns whom lie , insults prays more in a week than has pray eil in hi. life—she prays for her own saiietidcation and

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1850

out of his house by him, and witness heard bim say he would have his life and Mr. Maaon's, so that he was on the alert. To a Grand Juror —It was from an under tenant of Mr. Mason's, that Browne held his house. John Flaherty »woni and examined by Mr. Leahy—

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1853

He knew the confidence which his lady placed in this servant. His eyes were at once opened to the foul deed, and the conviction that his most dear and beloved son had been slain bv the machinations of his wife, shocked his feelings terribly that he was

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1850

deprived. Mr. Murphy concluded calling James Jones. Mr. Joseph O'Riorilan— The boy Jones again ! James Jones, a miserable looking creature, came on the table. Mr. Downiug—l object to his being heard, as plaintiff in this case, and 1 must say his production

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1857

Edward Mackie, examined by Mr. Young—l first became acquainted with L’ in IS4O. I considered him vain, lying fellow. He was very boastful of his personal appearance, and parties admiring him ladies particularly. ~ . , . , Mr Youns—lt w.i* a common thing

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

24 Jun 1859

buy light kid gloves, attend the opera, and pav his cafe bill, he lives on contented with his position, his future troubles him not, long his present wears t.n agreeable aspect, Vevi la DagnteHa” is his cry: “life is short, let enjoy it while we may and

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1857

the same courage, or something tJ*at effect. Wm. lYmgle, examined by Mr. Young—l was in the service of Mr. l*aird in Dundee in 1852 ; I knew L'Angelier there we both lived in Mr. Laird's house I had frequent conversation with L'Angelier ; I remember teliing

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Nov 1853

looked round, but could not see it. Mr. Corah then said something to me about it. I called out to Mrs. Sheehan, the lady who was with me, and told her purse was gone. That man (Mr. Corah) wanted to make me believe that Mrs. Sheehan was at my side at the time

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

19 Aug 1858

the bill frfP the “final settlement the tenant quesiion were —Mr. M‘Mahon, Mr. Calcutt, Lord F. Mr. Maguire Mr. Enina, The O’Donoghne, Mr. M*Evor, Mr. Blake, Mr. .Sullivan, Mr. Brady, and Mr. Bowycr; they constii tutc three-fourths of the League repre

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

17 Oct 1859

en route for Castle. The Countess of Brno, Lord Crichton, Lady Louisa Crichton and Hon. Mr. Crichton have arrived Bal* trim, on a visit Major and Mrs. Cole Hamilton. The Lord Bishop of Meath, Mr. and Miss Sincer, have arrived at 34, Dawson-street, from

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Aug 1850

Lord Coke kuowetb little of the tern p« r the world it tbinketh that his superiors wilt content to walk his footsteps and his shallow till be judgeth it time to take his posset cup and his night cap.’ 4 yet such walking in .and tuch standing might have enabled

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Jun 1859

eooraeef the day the navvies broke the windows of Mr. Laird’s works and entered the yards, bnt they were promptly repulsed the workmen. Last right it waa feared that attack would be made ontb* house of Mr. Laird, the chairman of too commismooera.—Liverpool

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

1 Jun 1858

of victories at home and abroad shown Mr. Disraeli the climax of his newer, and the rerf zenith of his glory. The laws of the drama, which regulate also the novel, forbid to look further. Mr. IRsraeli has saved his country. What more can do ? When was

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Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Cork, Republic of Ireland

28 Jun 1858

remunerative occupation in his own country, | which the newly discharged lad cncountrics, proceeds not employers so much from his fellow-workers. The master takes him with a know lodge of his antecedents, and is j-a«i>ficd with his conduct. But by-and bye

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1858

leadership of Mr. Howard, will perform to-day on the Promenade Quay Queenstown. Tub Emi'rbss Eoobnib and the Ladies of her Court.— Tbit fine painting was inspected by a large number of persons on Tuesday. Amongst them were tbe Mayor, Sir Wm. and Lady Hsckett

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

17 Dec 1857

fact. Mr. Whiteside, Q,C.,rose to state the plaintifTs case. The jnry bad heard of the nature of this action. Upon the Stb of May, in the year 1856, the late Mrs. Kelly was foully murdered. His (Mr. Whitesides) client was the nephew of that lady. She was

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