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THB-'K ER«y RVWitoG lOST.

THB-'K ER«y RVWitoG lOST.

conduct of Sir Charles Sntton-and partty’on tbegrttm*. that the of the Speaker should conform those of the the House. The public will see from this, that the Whigs bobing for office cannot, con? sistently with the character they are compelled to maintain with the country, give a
25 February 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
A PRIEST AT PUALT.

A PRIEST AT PUALT.

One of these worthies, while labouring might and main in the service of Messrs. O’Connor and Barry last week, had the misfortune lose bis puvse, in which was snugly uo, for uses of his own, the sum of £2uiu notes. During the early part the election no one worked harder than his
28 January 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FOURTH DAY—Friday, September 11.

FOURTH DAY—Friday, September 11.

FOURTH DAY— Friday, September 11. TWENTY SOVEREIGNS, and ONE SOVEREIGN STAKES, for all Horses, catch weights—one mile heats and a distance. The winner to be sold for £4O, if demanded within half an hour after the race. The. owner of the second horse have the preference. FIFTH DAY
19 August 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CITY COMMISSION—ALLEGED CON-S PIRACY.

THE CITY COMMISSION—ALLEGED CON-S PIRACY.

THE CITY COMMISSION—ALLEGED CON- S PIRACY. The public will perhaps recollect the inramous para, graphs published bv the liberal press upon this subject in the month of September last —not directly charging (this it dared not do), but insinuating something against Mr. West; and th
04 November 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Vol. LXI.J SIGNS OF THE TIMES. (from the standard.) Wc observe a great many Radical and Popish celebrations proceeding in

Vol. LXI.J SIGNS OF THE TIMES. (from the standard.) Wc observe a great many Radical and Popish celebrations proceeding in

various parts of the empire. We have had some Conservative jlebrations too ; but the Whigs are as little obvious to the sight oi hearing as if there were no such other party in the empire. Last year. Lord Broughafh, Lord Grey, and Lord Durham, Lord Spencer and Lord Melbourne", L
14 October 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO the EDITOR Of THE CORK CONSTITUTION.

TO the EDITOR Of THE CORK CONSTITUTION.

Sir—Haring read in your Paper of the 31 at ult. letter addressed hv the Knight Kerry to the Land* Proprietors of the County of Kerry, prefaced an able though short article of your own, I induced to trespass a little on your colums. and to ask how happens that whilst the Province
11 November 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE INVESTIGATION. (Continued from our last.) Michael SulUvanycrosa-exaniiDcd—Mr. Brownrigß saw liim before; witness makes no hand of reading or

THE LATE INVESTIGATION. (Continued from our last.) Michael SulUvanycrosa-exaniiDcd—Mr. Brownrigß saw liim before; witness makes no hand of reading or

writing; was little time at school when a boy ; could rend his name if plainly written—does not know whether Father Tiatt or Ned Murphy wrote it, but they were both writing affidavits; his affidavit was not filled and ready for him, Vforc he told his story; by all accounts it wa
29 August 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Rkvoi.t Uuban Guards. —The accounts from Madrid, in the Paris Papers, and the private letters direct from thefromer capita), are

Rkvoi.t Uuban Guards. —The accounts from Madrid, in the Paris Papers, and the private letters direct from thefromer capita), are

interresting and important. The Urban Guards, following the example of those of Barcelona and Saragossa, have placed themselves in a state Insurrection, and demand the dismissal of the present Ministers. On the iGt'i instant they had is. sued Proclamation, and sent an Address to
29 August 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
" BELFAST ELECTION (From the DuUia Packet. > •001 of his fully «n offering himself for the reprer,Tin of Belfast.

" BELFAST ELECTION (From the DuUia Packet. > •001 of his fully «n offering himself for the reprer,Tin of Belfast.

Mr. Robert James Tcnnent has withte n from the contest, and left the field to bis opponent, j <lra who is the chosen candidate. \V.th respect u of withdral. shall only say how that it is cause which Mr. Tennent has espoused.— shall read the shbjomcd statei'verv Gilmore, the B.rr
29 August 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING l oVT

THE KERRY EVENING l oVT

THE KERRY EVENING man can more aware than his lordship. Now, the people can never reconciled this measure ; and were Lord Melbourne, after the lofty declarations made him. ta knock under as the phrase is, and truckle the peers, the disappointment—nay, we fear, the disgust of the
29 August 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland