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ASSISTANT-BA RRISTERS.

ASSISTANT-BA RRISTERS.

We understand, it is the intention of government to make a general change in most of the Counties. the particular nature of the alteration, we do not pretend to be entirely ignorant; but as the final determination, though adopted, we believe is not yet prepared for circulation,
18 November 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
[NT TO BAKERS 8f HOUSEKEEPERS. , CARASS MILL’S FLOUR-STORE, MALL, TRALEE. JAMES £ BOURKE "being appointed Agent for thi? County

[NT TO BAKERS 8f HOUSEKEEPERS. , CARASS MILL’S FLOUR-STORE, MALL, TRALEE. JAMES £ BOURKE "being appointed Agent for thi? County

.will be constantly«upplied with FLOUH ot every Quality, manufactured at the above-Mills, which he will dispose of at Mn.i. Prices. , , . , and HcusEKEEnBRS will find It their advantage to try this Estab 1 ish ment.. • • • .! Tralee, November IS, 1835. ■VpOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
18 November 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIPE AND COW-HEEL.

TRIPE AND COW-HEEL.

CIiA.VD ORANGE LODGE OF IRELAND. is announced, with flourish of trumpets, that Lord Robin is about returning to Ireland for the purpose, amongst other things, of holding a Grand Lodge. We see, too, that the Orange Journals arc stuffed with notices of meetings of the different Lo
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REV. JAMES MAHER.

REV. JAMES MAHER.

you not conceive that if better system were introduced into Ireland ; if the government were carried on different principle*, and the legislature had other objects than those which have hitherto been entertained, the Roman Caiuolic clergy would become conciliated ; that they wou
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAT,

THIS DAT,

The Commissioners were occupied eiamining witnesses prove the non-occupation of voters at the time of the Election. DUBLIN COIN-EXCHANGE. Nov. IT—The of Grain market to-day *a« very tr flag, with a good demand for ail deacti.niona. Wheat at impruveinent ui 6d, and Oats, 8.-rr, a
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TO THE EDITOR THE D. E. POST SIK, —I have just read Advertisement in the , Evening Mail to-day, purporting

TO THE EDITOR THE D. E. POST SIK, —I have just read Advertisement in the , Evening Mail to-day, purporting

to be from num- ; l»er of the Seat-holders the Presbyterian Congregation of this City, and have originated from Meeting held Monday the 9th instant is the first moment ever heard of such Meeting; and, in small city like this, an assembly any considerable size is the means elicit
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1835.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1835.

19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED, an active WORKING A HD, to take the Management S must perfectly understand the care of SheenJ Apply at

WANTED, an active WORKING A HD, to take the Management S must perfectly understand the care of SheenJ Apply at

Manahan’s Hotel.. Lnughrea. r
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
vain look for the general and mutual confidence which would

vain look for the general and mutual confidence which would

essential prosecute improvements roads and railways, ■■ bogs and harbours,_rmtch more, in the intellectual, moral, TIIHES—KILUAHE. social, and religious state of our people. I trust that (From a C*jrre*jnjndcnt.J the ranks are filling fast those who long for, and strenu- demand
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE CO MIT TE E WRECKING OF MAGHERY. come, now, to a part of Mr. Hancock’s evidence, which details a

ORANGE CO MIT TE E WRECKING OF MAGHERY. come, now, to a part of Mr. Hancock’s evidence, which details a

transaction deserving of particular attention. It a description the wrecking of a Urge village, in open day, a body Orangemen, from Mortimer O’- Sullivan's parish of Killyman. in the presence of Magistrate, two Captains of Yeomanry, and the vicinity of number of Police, and corp
16 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland