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THE KERRY EVENING POST

THE KERRY EVENING POST

A wide district of country in and about Maidenhall, convenient to Charlcville, is in state "of alarming uisturbance, large parties of men being assembled in areas, traversing the roads and fields and firing shots. They are cumposd of two adverse factions, enlisted to support the
07 September 1833 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
totfDON* POLICE.

totfDON* POLICE.

POLICE. Giliamw.—Wrinetdat, toiddle aged "fean; reduced appearance, bat of superior who was represented the police sbeet ah lh» Rev. t)cnisM‘Giflyea(My, was brought to before Mr. Laibg. in the custody of constable charged by E. Halcomb, Baker-street, Msncbester-square. under the
07 September 1833 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

~MR, RY VE S - bEGS leave to acquaint the N~obility, Gentry, and the AT No. 11, NORTH FREDERICKSTREEI, For the care of invalid Horses, and he.trusts that the prac- tical 1iLouwledge he has obtained at the Veterinary Schools in London, Paris, and. other parts of the Coiitinridt, w
07 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR HARRV GOODRICKE.

SIR HARRV GOODRICKE.

T',c news of Sir H. lioodrieke's death arrived in Melton on Friday last, and such was the effect produced, that many of the inhabitants partly closed Vick shop., so highly was he respected as a neighbour and benefactor to the poor of that place. At Tbrussington, a village within
07 September 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O'CONNELL.

MR. O'CONNELL.

The following letter, in reply to one from William Fasak, Esq., upon the part ofthe Committee appointed to conduct the arrangements for a public entertainment to Mr. O'Connell, was an advanced hour of Thursday evening ; Derrynane Abbey, Sept., 1933. Sir —l beg leave respectfully
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN REPORTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN REPORTER.

Sir—Passing down the new Western Road the other morning, my attention was attracted a crowd around poor countryman's car,and two fellows pulling the poor man, vociferating that he should give them ten-pence ! I enquired of one of the bystanders what was the matter, and 1 was tol
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GIRDLENESS LIGHTHOUSE.

GIRDLENESS LIGHTHOUSE.

GtaDLBNKSs Lighthouse is placed on the Headland of that name in the County of Kincardine. It is situate in lal. 57. 8, North, and Lung. 2,3, West; and immediately off it lies the sunken Hock called the Girdie. This Lighthouse hears from the North Pier of Aberdeen, S. W., distant
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE.

THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE.

T/V? AUCTIOS. ~. . HE Interest of Arthur Grlhia Cmtgh, nml Co.Esqr*. in theeitentive and valuable BOLTING HILLS, of Douemile, iu (his County, now in full work (of Which one moiety woa herrtpforr auvrrli«rd) will be Sold by Public Auction, at Hall’s Sales Rooms, Commercial Buildi
07 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Tlfff WBXFOIU* GON^EUVATIVE. ACCIDENT ON BOARD A STEAM SHIP.

Tlfff WBXFOIU* GON^EUVATIVE. ACCIDENT ON BOARD A STEAM SHIP.

ACCIDENT ON BOARD A STEAM SHIP. Sunday evening the Hero was returning to London, when half way from Gravesend, the attention of the Captain (Large) was called the cries of Stop her! stop her !’ proceeding from the fore part of the vessel. The engines were instantly stopped, when
07 September 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
• ParliamcnUrr Rebates, 1773.

• ParliamcnUrr Rebates, 1773.

Esprit de Cobfe.—ln spite of thouiaml and one common sayings, such there's uothing ia name,” lemon fait rien,” a rose smell as sweet by any other name,” L’lmlit fait pas I’bomme, &c., we boldly assert that name is every thing ; that a rote called a liarih discordant name would n
07 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland