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ST. ALBANS ELECTION.

ST. ALBANS ELECTION.

Mr. W. WYNN moved that the Attoroev*General directed to prosecute Mr. Richard Webster, for bribery last election for St. Alban's. Mr. SANFORD said it had been bis to carry investigation before tbe St Albans committee farther than it was allowed go. The testimony against Or. Webs
10 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOUNTKENNEDY, COUNTY WICKLOW.

MOUNTKENNEDY, COUNTY WICKLOW.

for One Year certain, and imraaßiate Tossession given, (he Mansion-House of KENNEDY, within 17 miles of Dublin, comptfitjefiirnished, suited for the occupation of any Family, wittniilices of every description ; Gardens Acres, including range Hot house;, feet in length, all in fu
12 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H9i « B'H S9) I 891 891 It>94 I 1894 lt>a 294

H9i « B'H S9) I 891 891 It>94 I 1894 lt>a 294

« B'H S9) I Grand C. D. 6p. Cent 1 85* - LAST PRICE OF SHARES! Sharir. Paid, Last uric *. d. *. Duhlinand K. Road... 100 0 Drogheda Railroad .... 75 0 0 7|o Hibernian Rank 0 27 7 ProvincialUank 0 0 National In»urance ... 25 Patriotic 7 MioingCo. of Ireland 7 0 0 5 Wicklow Copper
12 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOUD LIEUTENANT.

THE LOUD LIEUTENANT.

Hi* Excellency took hit departure this afternoon, for Ilfracombe, in order to present at hit father's funeral, Thursday nett, the 241h instant His Excellency, who was accompanied by Mr. Matthew Fortescue, jun., sailed onboard the Sprightly steamer. Ilia Excellency return* to Dub
22 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

There will be no contest here, as stated in our last* and the Liberals will, of course, walk in.
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARNSTABLE.

BARNSTABLE.

The Hon. J. Forlcscue. son the Lord Lieutenant Ireland, and Sir B. Chichester arc the Liberal candidates. Mr. Hodgson presents himself on the Orange interest—but, have the best reason for asserting that this gentleman has not the least chance.
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M ALTON.

M ALTON.

Two Whigs—Childers and FilfwillUm. contest MONMOUTH. Blewit, Whig, without a struggle. MONTGOMERY. Edwards, a Whig, against MORPETIL Howard, Whig— no contest. BEAUMARIS. Colonel Paget, Whig—without struggle. BERWICK-UPON-TWEED. Stanley, Whig, against Hodgson and Wccdon.— One of
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARMARTHEN.

CARMARTHEN.

Morris, Whig. Tory Candidate. CARNARVON. Ball Hughes, the Tory, contests the borough, without the slightest prospect success, with Lord G. Puget.
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOLTON.

BOLTON.

The two Tories arc Bolling and Rothwcll; the Whigs, Ainsworth and Bowring. It would strange, indeed, if Bolton, which ha>s suffered more than any place in the United Kingdom from the starvation laws, should not rise one against the rimpu lent Tory intruders.
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The Army Ireland. The it the prenent effeetive iktrength, in rank and tile, the army in lielaod, vis. : Hoy Artillery (borne and foot), rank and file; four regimenta of Cavalry, 1,187 ditto; aix regiments of Infantry, and depot companiei, 11. -Mi riitto—total, 13,475 rank and fi
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland