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It with unfeigned and grateful rejoicing that we find ourselvas authorised to remove entirely whatever alarms may have Keen caused the melancholy announcement, th :n yesterdav’s Timas, of a dangerous attack of illness having visited the first mao of this age and nation. The lang
23 November 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1839.

TRALEE—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1839.

i'ijt'VP RIOTS. / —on the mornin* the riot. He was nearthe'Vestgate. frlii .v&'v rwi\. l , a t?r \Ve had no particular coneeration. came down with l.ieutenant Gray’s party'he morning of MEWPORT, WRONrsow, novf.miibr • the riot. I then saw a man very li;-e the prisoner, and he I.
20 November 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
INLAND Letters,

INLAND Letters,

. all letter* Hut by law specially exemp'cd from postage, and not exceeding half an ounce in weiebt, nutted by the general post between places within the United Kingdom, or between the said islands (not being letters sent to or from parts beyond the seas), there shall be charged
27 November 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF MEATH,

COUNTY OF MEATH,

TO be SOLD by Private Contract, in such Lots as may be agreed, part of the Estates of Sir Francis lloi’Kiys, Baronet : No. Renta) 3 The Fee and Inheritance the l.niuj* of CLONSILLAGH, otherwise Kings Mountaiiu near Crossakell, containing 4r., plantation mJasure, subject to a qui
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL MARKTEB.

PROVINCIAL MARKTEB.

CORK, Oct. 31.—New • kite wheat, 38«; red, 15sto 39s Od; average, 30s per stone; barley, 9» 22* average, I 7» per ; new usU. t*s 14s average, per st. Fuji; a—First quality, 23s to 27*; second do, 225; household. 14s ; third do, Oatmeal, 17s IH* per cwl; bran 61. to 6L 13s per to
02 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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COBS MARKET.

COBS MARKET.

By reference to another place it will be observed that good Grain firmly supports its price—that the greater quantity w*s very had—and quoted lower Thus the anomaly, hinted before, has nearly occurred, that while food is likely to reach a high scarcity point, the duties have bec
12 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COFFEES.

COFFEES.

beg to call the attention of Coffee drinkers to the fine amaica Coffees are selling Is. 10(1. and per lb. The ualiiy is excellent. Good Coffee Is. Bd. per lb. Very choice Mach.i, seven years bond, 2s. 6d. THE DELIVERY OF GOODS To all parts of Town and Suburbs is follows First de
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
For BELFAST.

For BELFAST.

Every MONDAY, with Goods and Passengers, and every FRIDAY, with Passengers only. From Belfast every 'Wednesday, with Goods and Passengers, and every Monday with Passengers only. FOR LONDON. FALMOUTH. AND PLYMOUTH. Every WEDNESDAY, calling Falmouth and Plymouth, and every SATURDA
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE PUBLIC OP IRELAND.

TO THE PUBLIC OP IRELAND.

IS NOW OPENED, and ready for inspection, in the spacious Premises known THE LONDON AND DUBLIN WOOLLEN, CAttPF.T. BLANKET AND REHOUSE, ft f No. 10. COLLEGE-GREEjf,// (orrosiTK trinity •nthcht), /g The largest and most fushionahle imporiatioif'oruoods, to the U inlet season, that
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTTISH WIDOWS* FUND, AND LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY; Founded. A.D. IHIS. on the Original Basis of THE LONDON EQUITABLE J HEAD

SCOTTISH WIDOWS* FUND, AND LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY; Founded. A.D. IHIS. on the Original Basis of THE LONDON EQUITABLE J HEAD

OFFICE, No. 5, ST. ANDREWySmpRE, CDINCURGII. Present Accumulated Fund, upwards of 4*84.'>.000 ; Annual Revenue, upwards of .£130,000. Whole Profit* belong to the Auured. DiriiiUe every Seven Pears. rarsioßNT. The Right Honourable the of Rosebery. vicE-rarstDEKTs. Sir Thomas Dick
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland