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THE KRftfaY EVENING POST

THE KRftfaY EVENING POST

COURT OF ASSIZE. "LOWER ALPS. MtraßßS MAH AT ■» Win Chilomw.— * crimt of ibo moat borrvbla wm* commit** in U>* anewiiwwßt efTorolquier. tb« mordtr of • by own cKlArwi wift the unction their mother. Tluy w«n oU to uko thoirlHtlrt dock all in row. opptmd grently and their eonntcnu
19 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ÜBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION.

ÜBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION.

The petitioners succeedep yesterday In setting aside objections of the sitting members to bigiity-six voters, by which a very considerable- saving of time, a month at least, has been effected. It is generally supposed that the sitting members wii not be able to' protract their c
05 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ANIMAL -FOCm.

ANIMAL -FOCm.

The pagan priests were the first raters of animal foot) : it the taste, and so excited to (bat arlten they had eaten the Same thing their lirxurious appetites called for variety. He who idewssied the slie-p !• tig eg olUicatc the sbephero,— Siiso*,
05 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KEREY EVENING POST.

THE KEREY EVENING POST.

COURT OF KING’S BENCH—Fridat. Nov.‘27. The King v. George O'Malley trjoin. Esq. —On Saturday ve gave the names of the Jurors sworn to try this cause, and aetfuaut of the proceedings up to the statement of the case, which we find thus re* ported in many of the Dublin papers The A
05 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MULGRAVE MEETING.

THE MULGRAVE MEETING.

Several ot the roquisitionists, at whose instance the Popish Sheriff, Sir Percy Nugent, summoned the poite eomitatus ofWestmeath, attended at the Court-house, Mullingar, on Thursday, and several others apologised for not being able to attend. The gathering was by no means numero
16 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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TRA LEE— JVEDNESDA Y. DECEMBER 16. Our readers may recollect that numbers of deluded wretches, who offered more than passive

TRA LEE— JVEDNESDA Y. DECEMBER 16. Our readers may recollect that numbers of deluded wretches, who offered more than passive

resistance to the payment of thfae in this county; and who, on some occasions, were instigated to the venial sin of perjury by those who ought to have taught them better things, pleaded guilty to the charges preferred against them the late assizes and quarter sessions, and were
16 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
2JCILLOIIC: DISPENSARY. KIU.OECiI.IN, M, \yF., the Un.lcrsigiiot], Subscribers to PENS ARY. about to be established iu Kii.i.orglin, request Meeting of

2JCILLOIIC: DISPENSARY. KIU.OECiI.IN, M, \yF., the Un.lcrsigiiot], Subscribers to PENS ARY. about to be established iu Kii.i.orglin, request Meeting of

the Subscribers to that Establishment at Kit. loro UN’, Monday, the 4th day of January, next, to receive the report of the Committee named on Monday, the of December inst., as well as to choose a TREASURER, and any other OFFICER the Meeting may think requisite. JAMES LUONEY, DAR
16 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE.

EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE.

Daniel O’Connell has been released from Newgate. His letter, which appeared the Packet of Tuesday, met the eve of his namesake’s Chief Governor, who instantly ordered the discharge of the patriot forthyvilh. Ere the arrival of the King’s messenger at the Jail the bird had llown,
30 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB MY! .«The day »» eoßßof assume *Bl a—This sen ieevv. Reform of the t which any thing We have

TUB MY! .«The day »» eoßßof assume *Bl a—This sen ieevv. Reform of the t which any thing We have

of view, and are jtruction but oni jnean the jßighthavenool his ready-wttt The construct O’Cohnelb sees St. Babthoi.em: be renewed— Protestants —or, perhaps if ranee of this var of religion may ei tivus,” —and, ofMulHfertumeJ read in matters |iis mind spring place atthe lug the
30 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
BAi.LYNOE PETIT SESSIONS —Monday.

BAi.LYNOE PETIT SESSIONS —Monday.

Thomas Garriqi'k Ponsoxby, in the Chair. Timothy Leary John Hanlon for one shilling order of a-warrant. The plaintiff denied on oath that he could express himself in Saxon, being found guilty an untruth was- asked did he know where liars went—on his oath he did not —nor had he e
09 December 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland