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TRA.LEE—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1830.

TRA.LEE—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1830.

TRA.LEE— SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1830. . 1? 1 Bidered in a rather precarious state. Constant attendance A STR.\NOh COUIII . lat the Opera, dancing till late hours, ennni invariably at- cabomsk’s pobtfce. tendant on fashionable dissipation, if I may speak, and ..is lime whan a most
21 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
of 's fhe ir.ftropoil«, 11.0-e rntytrlistimnls tore constitor them inaree set commit robhsnes.—**»<««» Pap€). LOSS HFR MAJESTY’S SHIP TRIBUNE. Extract

of 's fhe ir.ftropoil«, 11.0-e rntytrlistimnls tore constitor them inaree set commit robhsnes.—**»<««» Pap€). LOSS HFR MAJESTY’S SHIP TRIBUNE. Extract

i f letter frjm her Majesty’s ship :—• Tarragsfla, Nov. 30. •• had teen Ivins enng'v moored here since the instant. the 2S li, about seven .le sprang from th. S.S.W., which shifted afteraaids to ti.e S.W. and W.S.W. s.ruck topmasU and n,a>le every urepara-ion. At l f past nine o
21 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
#% i % .^el

#% i % .^el

#% % .^el TO THE REV. M. DIVINE. P. P. OP DINGLE. Manchester, Pec.-18, Rkv. Si«, —The Chnitr Cktomd* lbe Bth hatheen forwarded to me. contamiog a letter from you, purporting to be an ijnawer one received from some person in that town, relative to a meeting ia’ely held there by »r
21 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1839. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

TRALEE—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1839. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

aml'was placed immediately beneath the fire ; the power- (ul engine of the Coleilor.tan Insurance Company arrived , shortly after, end took its station adjoinine yard, but ' from the want of water tnev were unable to effect much good. The engine of the Royal Exchange-office, whi
07 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
OF THE JOURNALS. Tin: KLECTIONS, son*- which 'A'll reati.ly occur to our readers • - tip Biii»h ntihitc are ts:i«

OF THE JOURNALS. Tin: KLECTIONS, son*- which 'A'll reati.ly occur to our readers • - tip Biii»h ntihitc are ts:i«

ns* meet turned to • f . t! ,tcp c* n-Ii t r*' IJcvonpnrt, end nr l, uitj, njore ti,«n orriii an-«Hieitude. Beside* j.tnci-, Uitre ».e cctt.nt.lv o»h*ra»he ptoper fi'ljng 0 v.V.;if Vicat.d iP(»ri'6Hitali-n; ps|>i»ally e>-D«idejjng ~ , . par ■ parlies, in l*ar!i»ir.eiit, can hard
11 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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ROMAN THEATRE.

ROMAN THEATRE.

By Permission of her Majesty's Ministers, << And with express and anxious eoneu rence of those personages possess in pre-eminent degree the love and reverence of ibe people,” The Roman Catholic Clergy Ireland. On Palm Sunday, December tbe Blh, 18%), Will 1 e performed.- . At ail
04 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AI LEGED INSULT TO THE QUEEN.

AI LEGED INSULT TO THE QUEEN.

LEGED INSULT TO THE QUEEN. The Standard, publishes the following ropy, a letttJ •ddiestcd by Mr. Rody, one of the officers the Ash ton dinner
11 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
arrival The past from mornii.f-as to the heir. fortunstily besides out of Ward, and geoerallv money affai which may the

arrival The past from mornii.f-as to the heir. fortunstily besides out of Ward, and geoerallv money affai which may the

New Specie pay* resumed day*, to « forfeiture is said, the lati had also that the ' to fo'low the Un mani'estei The topic Mr. pointed ti of Antrir if oth< .-Mr. bv the d« gem « To •>* compost in Chris w.Uil it l ef the
28 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Brtoitis

Brtoitis

14 December 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
POBTIIAIT OP GEORGE IV.! THE DI KE’S BBOTUERi

POBTIIAIT OP GEORGE IV.! THE DI KE’S BBOTUERi

POBTIIAIT GEORGE IV.! THE DI KE’S BBOTUERi ‘The best of Kings at length slept with his fathers, and was succeeded hv the worst of men, the cold hearted, seifish sensualist, George the Fourth ; that right royal repro'jrate, whose public iniquities were no! in tile very smallest de
17 December 1839 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland