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CAPE OF C.OOD HOPE.

CAPE OF C.OOD HOPE.

ha** received Ci;>e of Hope papers to the | Is;h of November inclusive, from which learn that 1 the Kaffir thief, Pato, had been defeated by Colonel So- merset. Tills arrival also confirms the loss of her Ma- | sloop Snake. We subjoin extracts ; (From the Graham's Town Journal,
26 January 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1848.

THE KERRY EVENING POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1848.

Mr.OsioK.NC viewed the bill «n lafreetiao the Britiih | eomtitDtiar. _ ] Mr. Aolioxbt approved the principle the mIL Mr. V. O’Coknor contended the roe More wa* treaeoa the Crown, (••;(! outrage on the righta of the people. After few remarks from Mr. Reynold*, Sir George Grey, Mr
15 April 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING POS I', SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1818

THE KERRY EVENING POS I', SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1818

THE CHURCH We have been informed, that the Rev. Mr. Samliford has been preferred to the living of Valencia, which is in the gilt of the Crown. Tbi* is the third appointment made to that parish since the promotion of the Rev. John 6. Day, about six months since. The first was tha
15 April 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
rut cuckoo

rut cuckoo

A Cuckoo across jut’i, pleased 1 mark arrowy A.iJ sec reach the nt-izhbooriug rarb, AuU an aged Ihocu s ight. In haste I turn dexter ear, To catch the luck-portending sound; And fancy, those notes 1 hear, « fairy music from you mouod. Such airy, softly plaintive tones Did echo b
15 April 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
The commercial accounts not vary in the slightest degree from those last received. Monev continued tight, and the value public

The commercial accounts not vary in the slightest degree from those last received. Monev continued tight, and the value public

securities bad not varied. Exchange London was quoted at 9to 9i per cent, premium ; but we have no advice as to what e:;tent cf business in New York for the Acadia on the 3d ; but, if we may judge from the tone the demand the preceding day, it would be very limited. The grain an
21 October 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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TUB CORNCRAKE. What eraking snood falls on my cm 7 Is it the Mower's scythe t hear? It comes from

TUB CORNCRAKE. What eraking snood falls on my cm 7 Is it the Mower's scythe t hear? It comes from

yonder grassy dale. Wafted by evening’s dewy gale— That hour which brings the paosire When rural sounds, however rude, Coma freighted with soothing pow’r Borrow’d from that balmy hour. The voice of streams, unheard day. Mow raving on their moon-lit way Thu Aiful caw from yonder
05 July 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER ACCOUNT.

ANOTHER ACCOUNT.

•• I regre! infrrm you thst st the time write (Monday niooi), five o’clock) this city a scene of turmoil ami confuvion. ('onsidcrable excitement lias prevailed for some days among the unemployed, of whom there are several thousands in (i.osgow and its suburbs, and for whom publi
11 March 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ARREST OF MR. JAMES F. LALOR.

ARREST OF MR. JAMES F. LALOR.

Arrbst or Mr. J. F. Lalor.—On Tuesday Mr. Lalor arrived in BomsoUigh. where be addressed au immense crowd in most seditious ard treusouable language. informing them that 100,000 men, with - and brave hearts bad joined Mr. Smith who was on his way to the provinces to take p uteMi
02 August 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TIE REYOUTIOI II FRiICE. hare received cunnrdiaary express the P*A p»pe« of Monday, with oar private dated oTaock °Tbr»e jonmali

TIE REYOUTIOI II FRiICE. hare received cunnrdiaary express the P*A p»pe« of Monday, with oar private dated oTaock °Tbr»e jonmali

and let ten annonnes the perfect re-e»Ubli«h. meat of tnnqaiUUy in the eapiul, and the arrival from the departsieaU. They refer, however, le outrage* in the ricicily of the metropolis, in an especial m.nMr at Rouen, wham the political agitation was made the pretext for burial dc
04 March 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
RUN OX THE SAVINGS' BANKS.

RUN OX THE SAVINGS' BANKS.

RUN THE SAVINGS' BANKS. appears that the agents of Messr*. Mitchel, O'Brien, ami tlir rnt of the iniiirrcctinnists, are busily through the i country in eneonrafiing the delusion which has causes) a run on tlie S ninjs’ Ranks. The money drawn is immediately converted into {cold, s
19 April 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland