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.—.— o'clock the van wbith bad been gbd® drove sff. and followed along rtie-‘New**oad ,by several persorfs. n ihort time

.—.— o'clock the van wbith bad been gbd® drove sff. and followed along rtie-‘New**oad ,by several persorfs. n ihort time

ruth vrie-mada at the van the crowd, who gained■possetshm while the dmeers led. The was then taken bacif to Mr. Savage’s, and the ferniture would have; been carried back Into his prenrses, had not Mr. refmed to receive it, It Was then de* posited in opposite hie residence. The b
30 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TAB FARCE.

TAB FARCE.

Soon as the little representative of the Monarch finished his speech. Sir William Betham, Ulster King Arms, approached hia P.xceUencjr, and made a motion with his lips, if giving utterance to some few words, but his meaning was not understood by us.— The guests who were invited
05 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

Notbiag c«a be nor* extraordinary than the. silence carefully maintained with regard to the affairs of Portugal, and nothing more conflicting than the reports which are consequently circulation. It was reported early in the week certain that Marshal Bounnont had resigned the com
12 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
UonaKay.—Oft vuenday , evening abottt six o'clock, Mr. Atkinsion was attacked the corner of Usher-street, within few paces of his

UonaKay.—Oft vuenday , evening abottt six o'clock, Mr. Atkinsion was attacked the corner of Usher-street, within few paces of his

own house, on Usher's.-quay, by two rubbers, and in the *trug»’.e, the ring that joined -his watch broke, and the robbers ’succeeded in carrying oiff two gold chains, one gold seal, and a gold, key.
12 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Ji'Wfe Ruiß-Y tVBKIKG WST.

Ji'Wfe Ruiß-Y tVBKIKG WST.

Ji'Wfe WST. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge n« nert; irrtk in town fh»« Hatto«r. etders having bee. received at the Picadilly. get read) for the reception the family. The Itoyal Duke was bo have left Hanoverthw w«el:. 'after the prtpfcr authorities had been appointed fot tl.e g
09 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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'tISE KiMV tVtKIN'G POST.

'tISE KiMV tVtKIN'G POST.

POST. estate, which is expected Will amount to considerable sum. to the new ChUrch, in the outparish of St. Philip, in Bristol. OPPOSITION AMONGST INFORMERS. Catherine Taylof, a carrier at Hounslow, was summoned by Digby, one of Byers’s journeymen, for not having her name-written
09 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
The most amusing parts of the settle ftanV consequential gravity, the noble lord’s obseqaioos'- ness. At length they wer*’ UshcVed

The most amusing parts of the settle ftanV consequential gravity, the noble lord’s obseqaioos'- ness. At length they wer*’ UshcVed

in by Jdha, and invited Father M Donnell to fortify themselves *ith lunch, which was ready laid out, for the conference; while Dan majestically withdrew, amidst the shouts of ‘ the finist pisintbry’ and the capers of the ‘ Daneens’, to divest himself of some of his state for the
16 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

copied from the Galway Advertiser of Satontay last every extraordinary proof of the Christian apirit cf Romiah Priest, and somewhat remarkable decision of country Magistrates. The complainant was. as appears by his own admission, the original aggressor; and yet the individual wh
19 October 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CASTLEBAR, MOWDAY, OCTOBER 14-, 1833.

CASTLEBAR, MOWDAY, OCTOBER 14-, 1833.

TilK RADICAL M. P. FOR WESTMINSTER. (from the age.) Liou'.onant-Colonel De Lacy Evans having gone to Lisbon for purpose of restoring tbe cause of Don Pedro, it is right that our readers should know what gave li-e to his military reputation, which ranks high in the VVhig world, a
14 October 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
nF.STRUCTION OF MOXUMFNTS IN' r.OYPT

nF.STRUCTION OF MOXUMFNTS IN' r.OYPT

nF.STRUCTION IN' r.OYPT of llie liuest iiiouuiikmils of ancient Egyptian civilisation, which had ontla-leil the casualties of forty centuries, ami the ravages of fivo conquests, have lately perished the hands of destroyers more barbarous and unsparing than the wild Persians of Ca
14 October 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland