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the bishop and the preacher.

the bishop and the preacher.

The Rev. Doctor Plunket, late Dean of Down, was yes-' consecrated Bishop of foam and Kitlahi. The service took place in ( hrist < hnreh Cathedral ; but with refinement in cruelty of which did not expect I ord l•.bring|ou (though no friend to episcopacy) would guilty, poor Franc
17 April 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
UINISTEBIAL POLICT IX IRBLSXD.

UINISTEBIAL POLICT IX IRBLSXD.

lord John Russell then ros) and said—Sir. on the of March last the House Lords resolved to appoint select committee to inquire into the state of Ireland since the year 1835, with respect to crime and outrage, which have rendered life and property insecure in that part of the emp
20 April 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
'MENT SESSIONS, PREPARATORY TO SUMMER ASSIZES, 1833.

'MENT SESSIONS, PREPARATORY TO SUMMER ASSIZES, 1833.

20 April 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

In Yonghal, Mary, wife of Mr. William Osborne, *■■>( and spirit merchant. At Bantry, Phillis, relict of the late John Young, of the Point, Esq. At Templemartin glebe, Catherine Amelia, wife of the Rev. Francis C. Sullivan. In Dublin, Robert White, Esq. youngest son Robert Grove
24 April 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
It apptui, tr.cn. uv- .tl _ I ’.r.f r un iue power overhear ll.e of the naj RUsSIII.I.. lion, for

It apptui, tr.cn. uv- .tl _ I ’.r.f r un iue power overhear ll.e of the naj RUsSIII.I.. lion, for

by meant of the bribery and intimidation ero. ployed them the last election, they returned a roa! vsgo.ik m.f.. j.irity of Enpliih representatives to I’arnament. I. John Ru=«pH the elector" l, ordff i( , El)m i the i -e of deftets in -f the Helot At. vvhich ha. heenanx t i J( .
11 May 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Wanccfa;«4 m ExcMaerSUl.t.. " Wtftks; and the Board of Work, had prev.ouslj lent IOO.tJpOI, to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners connexion between

Wanccfa;«4 m ExcMaerSUl.t.. " Wtftks; and the Board of Work, had prev.ouslj lent IOO.tJpOI, to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners connexion between

the two transactions being that these two sums corresponded amount. The of this state facte is. th»t without another *rt of Patdiamgpt this 100,0001. cannot he restored iU original . and the Ecclesiastical Commiss.onecs repaving the ooni they borrowed to the Board of Works, woul
31 July 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
VAN OIKHEn's LAND.

VAN OIKHEn's LAND.

Jhe dates from Hobart Town come down the end of March. The report of the Committee of the House o( ommons, recommending the discontinuance of transportation to these ccjonies, had created alarm, and meetings had been held forward remonstrances to the Govcrnment at home against t
31 July 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DRESSES.”

DRESSES.”

Ire record the deeth of Janie* Smith, Esq., the author of Rejected Addree***.’' I* looh l on the 84th imt., at bit home In Cn»»en-»t. Duiilln. It it but teldom the fortune indiridual to combine to m >ny adTantage* in person and mind at were pot-erted Smith, and it It nnnecettary
28 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
whom <J- The >f Algiem uncalled*n oothinj °otained fill oevtf >n Africa. » ?our, that who find sure IS ®

whom <J- The >f Algiem uncalled*n oothinj °otained fill oevtf >n Africa. » ?our, that who find sure IS ®

wiil r control, ■h which “•■‘o4 and increased which tha i 1r: their '• ia.v will ave for crests, of sub- ii'ation struction. anange. ion the cnt of our ruduction you. Jlism will increase nservat:ve
28 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
OMISSIONS THE REPORT OF O , CONNELI.*I DINNER IN TRALEE, ON THURSDAY. D«c. 19- Our Reporter, in his anxiety catch

OMISSIONS THE REPORT OF O , CONNELI.*I DINNER IN TRALEE, ON THURSDAY. D«c. 19- Our Reporter, in his anxiety catch

the glowing eloquence of the £hnirmnn and Liberator, forgbt-to mention the following singers and songs, which added to the hilarity of what Mr. O’Connell, less than fralji.deicrihe l " quite do mestic party.”. The Chairman commenced singing, ” Bright Chanticleer proclaims the da
28 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland