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York papers the of August have been re.b - Great Western ami British Queen steamers the firmer of which armed

York papers the of August have been re.b - Great Western ami British Queen steamers the firmer of which armed

Bristol Wednesday , days and a half, the latter .•orUraouth in 11 Ihe Commercial Advertiser of August.! says—" The news brought the Great Western had melancholy feet on our market, and subsequently that by the tended only to increase the gloom. A very foolish feeler was thrown o
21 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
of pari.iamf.nt. * r ,o moans cc-rfain tlmt Pariaroent will pm,vear; the Whi? Ministers are afrai.l to meet r "-i'v

of pari.iamf.nt. * r ,o moans cc-rfain tlmt Pariaroent will pm,vear; the Whi? Ministers are afrai.l to meet r "-i'v

ui tesponsib'litv which awaits them. They nill ' deem it wiser to adjourn for a short pciiod-say s month or si* weeks' shooting, with an umlersland• - th-'t if the countrv should lemiin peaceable at home. flank of England be enabled persevere in cash sot* Russia exhibit no inten
14 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERRY EVENING POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERRY EVENING POST.

TO THE EDITOR THE KERRY EVENING POST. Fib— lt is perfectly scandalous to see the apathv with which any measure public benefit is met the ihabifants of Tralee. A meeting was held last week to take mensures for averting that evil—the flooding of the town in wet weadier—tha meeting
14 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE.

MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE.

An intjuest was held yesterday before Alderman Per, - • and rospecUllie jury, near the b’aslni, oh the road t* Ringsend, on view of the body of Mr. John Franklin latel'* foreman printer of the IXahliu F.teniug Mail nnv-nar who came bis death under the following circumstances:—lt
24 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
RORY O’MORE.

RORY O’MORE.

Rory O'More, (not Kin" of Munster, but the Prince of Peasants), Mr. Gardiner. lie Lacy, .. .. Mr. Ronrke. Scrubbs, .. .. .. Mr. Gibney. Colonel Thunder, .. .. Mr. TaaflV. De Wilskein, .. Mr. Vi liars. Kathleen. Miss S. Villars, with the original Song. O’More, .. .. Mrs. Gardiner
24 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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Extra Luggage, One Penny per Pound.

Extra Luggage, One Penny per Pound.

Passengers are recommended to avail themselves of the accommodation afforded an arrongement made for conveying, without Charge, larger proportions Travelling Luggage, not being Merchandize, the expeditious Trade Boats of the Steam Company. sent to their Stores. Canal Dank. Limer
24 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE W A N D E R E R-

THE W A N D E R E R-

on, bright rolling wares, 0 rae fur away ; O’er fertile or desart caves, 111 careless wend my way. With joy my heart already beats As o’er the wav s I move; Of northern frosts, southern heats, reck not I rove. Already fancy sees proud Rome, Thy ancient columns rise. And Venice s
10 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
14 TO THE EDITOR Ot THE TIMES.

14 TO THE EDITOR Ot THE TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR Ot THE TIMES. sfr. 'Ail-nii, tiie Hie Dank oflrela'id is desirous tlmt I’sliuuM rectify mistake in your report my soeech yesterday, or rather in the speech itself, for I induced the mistake. is this—l said that the of the Cank of Ireland was political renegade, havi
28 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL The Globe of Thursday having flatly contradiclrtl announcement of the Morning Post respecting .he alliance m hcrMajesty.and the intention

ROYAL The Globe of Thursday having flatly contradiclrtl announcement of the Morning Post respecting .he alliance m hcrMajesty.and the intention

of the Queen not top Parliament in person, the Post observes— . •' It will be reraar.ed that the only part of our state™'"* which any of our cotemperaries ventuiesposi tradict is that which related to the absence of the Queeh atThe prorosalion of Pariiament. Tlie Couner Gtobe th
28 August 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Ok V«l. XXIX.

Ok V«l. XXIX.

V«l. XXIX. been accomplished you think should think, from the disposition of the people to‘be orderly, that smaller force would have effected that object. Was there any magistrate in attendance? Yes; there appeared to be a number of magistrates. Did you not feel that those cheers
06 August 1839 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland