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the ministry—appropriation. (From the "times.) . are repeatedly asked bow it is possible that the *» Opposition can be brought

the ministry—appropriation. (From the "times.) . are repeatedly asked bow it is possible that the *» Opposition can be brought

to conCnr in any practical | founded on Lord John Russell's resolution. Our M»wCr is, can concur in no such measure —even they persevere in the same Course of truly Irish inonnsislencv which has marked their Conduct hefeUnto. It said, and repeated too, with an ait of as great tr
02 May 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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"TAKE NOTICE Parson Kirchofcr that if you persist in recovering your tides that yoli will be sarved worse than ever a hcrcticl; minnistcrWasSari’edfccollCct'thatyour sons at not at home now therefore take care of yourself as we ore determined never to pay thefh Yours CAPTAIN ROC
25 November 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERftV EVENING PGst

THE KERftV EVENING PGst

up the point once, because then many who were now excluded would be necessarily admitted freemen. An offer had been made to let the question be decided by appeal to th 4 King’s bench, but this was refused. If the other side felt confident of the correctness of their views, why s
18 February 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING POST

THE KERRY EVENING POST

-C 1, .. • » Abcrcromby the Most fit person to fill the Chair .of the House of Ooaaaonst and Mr. Orde will second the nation. ■ ' r««p*«uW« (uoitr, Mr. Jamra Crocket, «m brutally On icavhig Kilns* market, Londonleny. on Wedocaday evening laat ; hi* bmiaa wet* C iterallj beat oat
21 February 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FREEDOM OF ELECTION IN YOUGHAL.

FREEDOM OF ELECTION IN YOUGHAL.

BOfTOa Of THB CORK COWBTITVTIOIT. Sta,—Black lists, containing the names those persons who voted for Mr. Smyth, at the Youghal Election, have been printed, and thousands of copies circulated throughout the town and neighbouring parishes. Those lists are posted on the walls of th
21 February 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CANCELLED APPOINTMENTS.

CANCELLED APPOINTMENTS.

£a:l Amherst’s luggage was embarked in the Pique fri„ n at Spithead, and his Loidsnip had been put to in outfit, when it was announced to ym at an interview with the Right Hon. Secretary for ,v Colonial Department that his Majesty had cancelled pointment as Commissioner to Canad
13 May 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE—WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1835. BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

TRALEE—WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1835. BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS —LONDON, WEDNESDAY,MAY 6. Wood v. Hurd. —This was an action for breach of promise of Marriage. Damages laid at 3,5001. It appeared from the statement of Sir Frederick Pollock, plaintiff’s Counsel, that Miss Wood, aged 22, was the daughte'r of Mr. Charles Wo
13 May 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TAXES ON KNOWLEDGE.

TAXES ON KNOWLEDGE.

Friday morning, eleven o’clock, very numerous and respectable deputation, headed by Dr. Birkbeck, waited upon the Chancellor the Exchequer, Downing-street, with a view to the re;*eai of the stamp-duty upon news- papers. There were present Dr. Southwood Smith,‘Dr. Fellows, Georgs
13 May 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING POST.

THE KERRY EVENING POST.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORtIS— Monday, 25. The Duke of Cambridge took the oaths and his seat. PA«nr i>rocessi6?(B. Lord FARNHAM said, that the discussion took place on Friday night, relative the procession that Accompanied the Lord Lieutenant wto Dublin, difference of opi
30 May 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Friday. Avqd«t 7.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Friday. Avqd«t 7.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Friday. Avqd«t 7. MILITIA STAFF, T*ord J. moved setond reading of the Militia Sts# Bill. . . . * . . .. ' Colonel Sibthoepk said that the Noble Lord had introduced at a late period of the Session, and a late ' hour of the night, bill foanded upon no justice, and
15 August 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland