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.A., ..i’lSi i’T.O.M .MAiL THE LOUD TIHUIDNAMT, ■M* v rnhr Lieutenancy. our‘kern m'onrge upon t)an bis laH, \ .-roat-h AiihmissirelT

.A., ..i’lSi i’T.O.M .MAiL THE LOUD TIHUIDNAMT, ■M* v rnhr Lieutenancy. our‘kern m'onrge upon t)an bis laH, \ .-roat-h AiihmissirelT

—tliat is to say, . make yrtt: bow, and then bid you good day. . , V )!i arc kind Gcnt’.i-rnan. God b’.ess your heart! Vid friend the felons.” for you take theh part; '•'■ich felonious good nature has never been known. you. to rank knaves and to cut-throats have shown. V-r.-r cb
27 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
The MarchioneM Wejleley and suite arrived at Kingstown on Saturday, about half-past three o’clock, iii the Firebrand steamer, and drove through this city about half-past four,' on her way to the Vice-regal Lodge. '

The MarchioneM Wejleley and suite arrived at Kingstown on Saturday, about half-past three o’clock, iii the Firebrand steamer, and drove through this city about half-past four,' on her way to the Vice-regal Lodge. '

The MarchioneM Wejleley and suite arrived Kingstown on Saturday, about half-past three o’clock, iii the Firebrand steamer, and drove through this city about half-past four,' her way to the Vice-regal Lodge. BARON SMITH’S CHARGE TO THE COMMISSION GRAND JURIES. » ' *irb«tßaron Smit
30 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
iisfi KtofeV fcVEma pusf.^

iisfi KtofeV fcVEma pusf.^

iisfi KtofeV pusf.^ sceAc the in the burat state of !iis hands, pa|en tjy >n«n-1 sible to what Vfii passing irottad him. . eye-lashes, and eye-brows were much pinghd by action of the flames, , j to late hour the firemen bad. dot discdTefed the Ikklv Mr. Naglt, whose father, the C
08 June 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THI. KEftftV EVeninG PJJisT.

THI. KEftftV EVeninG PJJisT.

COBBETT AND!PEE[-. From the Dublin Evening l Paikft, 'therine Byn>f. thatrfnny cliange for the worse should , occur, mstter hoar the night -u as, he should Wt. - Ha told, her, too. that had money to av«y»Utge amount about Mm. and that she should be very Omtious who she left'nesr
25 May 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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20 July 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
chU roiTspcEati ON.

chU roiTspcEati ON.

hire celled the Spoli&tinn Bill measure robbery, and |)cr»ecution; and such it is. isrqbbcry fora Parliaraentewwposed of member; of the Scotch Church —ofSdeiniftna and Other infidels-, and Of Pispistsaa well as PrOtMtaits. to take from the Church of Koglaad property which this P
20 July 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
tIinF.RMAN GREAT ROOMS;

tIinF.RMAN GREAT ROOMS;

and satisfied is the Proprietor of this, that he enages to take hack return the money, for ary Goods hot giving satisfaction to the purchaser, and not proving what they were represented to be. (IT The Lowest Price marked plain Figures each article, frofa which no
02 November 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
GOOD NEWS FOIVALL. WHO SHAVE.

GOOD NEWS FOIVALL. WHO SHAVE.

Among tiie ntultifarious sorrows that toingle in the lot of civilised man. {ah! how hafiny the ladies in this matter) after has escdt'fed Kis teens, shaving, blunt jagged razor, stands pre-eminent.— discovery has been made that will enable to laugh at blunt razors, as'well those
11 September 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOAN TO THE CLERGY.

THE LOAN TO THE CLERGY.

We have been anxiously looking out for the trish Tithe Arrear Act, as it is called, in the hope of being able to form tome judgment respecting the enacting clauses of it, ns the Clergy of the Established Church may hereafter be affected. Thohe clauses are vari* ously represented
11 September 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM THE LONDON" GAZEtTB. Regiment of Dragoon Guards.—Captain fiOis Hodgson, from kdf-pay 19th Light Dragoons. ta\fe Optain. without purchaa?. vice

FROM THE LONDON" GAZEtTB. Regiment of Dragoon Guards.—Captain fiOis Hodgson, from kdf-pay 19th Light Dragoons. ta\fe Optain. without purchaa?. vice

Wethered, deceased. 7th Dragoon Guards.—Captain O. to b« Major, by purchase, vice Chalmer. who retires; Lienh I'. E. I’hewles, to be Captain, rice .Nugent; Cornet H. C. Sioglcton, be Lieutenant, by purchase, Thewles. 11th Regiment of Light Dragoons.—Lieutenant William Handley be
19 January 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland