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The Cork Constitution

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The Cork Constitution (18 august 1893)

The Cork Constitution was an Irish daily newspaper published from 1822 to 1873 as The Cork Morning Post and from 1873 to 1924 as The Cork Constitution. The newspaper supported the union of Ireland with Great Britain, was the paper favoured by the Protestant population and patronised by clergymen of the Church of Ireland as well by officers of the British Army who were stationed in the area. The paper ceased publication shortly after Irish independence. In 1892, the newspaper's staff founded the rugby club of the same name, which still exists.

In 1914, the newspaper published 1 letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle.



By Conan Doyle in The Cork Constitution

1914


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