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MEETING IN THE CORN-EXCHANGE, DUBLIN.

MEETING IN THE CORN-EXCHANGE, DUBLIN.

MEETING IN TIE CORN-EXCHANGE, DUBLIN. TVESDAY, APRIL 17. On Monday a meeting was held in the CorIr-Exch sngei for the purpose of taking into consideration some rneanB for forwarding tbe Registry throughout Ireland. The roitoo was crowded. At two o'elock Mr. O'Connell entered, nan
20 April 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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. . 11 . TiC p-rdies to kept repair, for 3 year* of the roat! from Killarney to Castleieland, between the Widow Lynch's House, at the to > the Hill Knockeendnft, and the cross of Cooltck : Api»rovcd of, lOd. . . ' t 12. 909 Perches to.be kept in repair. 3 year*, of the read fr<*»
03 February 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
•* TRIAL AND CONVICTION FOR PERJURY.

•* TRIAL AND CONVICTION FOR PERJURY.

This trial occupied five hour# Thnrsday, when the charge uf pei jury was fully sustained against the prtso. ner. The jury retired at six. o’clock in the evening, and remained in consultation until eleven o’clock, when Chief Ju-tice Dobci arrived to receive their verdict. Even at
18 July 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE-SATURDAY, may 19, 1838.

TRALEE-SATURDAY, may 19, 1838.

19 May 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
0 BEST LONDON BEAVER HATS* JUST ARRIVED AT THOMAS WILLIAM RUMNEY’S

0 BEST LONDON BEAVER HATS* JUST ARRIVED AT THOMAS WILLIAM RUMNEY’S

07 March 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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Upon respectable personal security alone, in Sums from £2OO. £3OO, £5OO, or not exceeding £7OO, upon very moderate Terms. UZ-T" Letters, post paid, directed to A. 8.. Villers-Strcet, Old Kent Road. London, will always meet immediate and confidential attention. London, March’2, 1
07 March 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the night of Monday last, at the Spa, near this town, sincerely lamented by highly respectable circle friends and relatives, and by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Ellen, relict of James Plowman, Esq., and daughter of the late Eusebius M*G»llicuddy, K*q. all the rela
11 July 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Joxxx Prtmkosx:, Seim., AG EAT FOR KERRY. Traii'c

Joxxx Prtmkosx:, Seim., AG EAT FOR KERRY. Traii'c

Joxxx Seim., AG EAT FOR KERRY. Traii'c October 20, 1839. Spbciiuns Htbrsd ToaNip,— We hnue • -> some exceedingly-hne specimens of the Hybred'and Sv,o-dish Turnip, which left at our office for inspection. They were grown Mr. Francis R. Mai com-on farm at Kilgrauey, and the average
24 October 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
I charter prepared by the Working Men’s Association j of London formed tire only solid basis which their future liberties

I charter prepared by the Working Men’s Association j of London formed tire only solid basis which their future liberties

rested. • They were resolved further not to place any confidence in the present Whig*, that they trete traitors to liberty (cries of and yea) —and their whole course has been marked by imbecility (cheers.) They were resolved, whatever aright be the fate of the national petition
22 September 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY MISCONDUCT.

MILITARY MISCONDUCT.

Our Belfast correspondent has preferred to os- complaints against two officers of the regiment', which, if they should prove be well founded, will, presume, attract the immediate attention of the nuthociiies. It would appear from hi* statement, that a young gentleman who had but
22 September 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland