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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

10 Sep 1845

THE KERRY EVENING POST, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1845. Mr. Watmii row and aa follova to th* aan> timent:—Mr laird, my hrothrr Prntratant Oparatirt*. and mr sister Proteatant Operativea-Osnshter and brad eheera)—yon not have conferred upon a but Her a

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Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer

Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer Kerry, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1852

es for it, and beard with pleasure the abbe quotations fr his description ( n one of his letters) of tie spot on which stood. Ws also visited the Grotto of our Lady-'•a place sba isucoided have often visited.— This reminds that I have ommitted to our visk

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

21 Feb 1868

and renpectad deceased had endeared hi,nv.lt all hla sealand d. ro'iou to the dntica his sacred calling; his seal tori' glory God’s House, and by his unvarying goodness, ainoncss and generosity of character.' —My laird, 1 regret exceedingly. In common wltn

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1839

they stated his conduct did him n . finite honour, but that as his feelings were so strong the subject they should advise the Duchess as, I cede to his request, so Sir John ceased to hold office. The Duchess paid a farewell visit to Lady Conroy,« Kensington

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1859

impression every noble ami ingenuous mind. It happened Hint when his Koyal Highness entered the reception room the college he w as met there by Cardinal Keisach, laird Killeen, Mr. P. Segrave, Dublin, Mr. Segravo and other gentlemen who had been visiting the college

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

29 May 1857

not quite old his own lather did look ’4.», at least old enough to be the paternal Isaac to our Ben jamin. Wellington looks full sixty, though he is under rtfty, bom the year before Vmu iru, the fir>t ol his lather s peninsular tights. His striking likeness

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

10 May 1843

ilie pr.hli.- through the rooms. g for the chief mourner, his Royal Highness the Duke of \ sliori time previous the public being admitted, the dCainbrn.ge. his Royal Highness Prince Albert, his Royal ,1 mesiies of the late Duke of Sussex, ami also those

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

27 May 1843

down, and haunt him his dreams. It must come home to hi. bosom ; but in order to do this, must first come bomcU> his business, or act upon his principles and prejudice*. It must touch his purse, effect his interests, appesl to his sense of justice and

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

2 Jan 1830

been offered to hint, but his family dread his going into office again, as' his physicians declare that be unequal to fatigue and anxieties.- Sunday Times. have reason to think that this statement is well founded.— Glo6e. Mr. Rickards, in evidence before

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

22 Feb 1861

irreverently mind.*’ The rwbuke was elfectual. There is a well knov.n story ll.e Kev. Mr. Shirra. Having in his age retired from public duty at Kirkcaldy, Mr. Shirra took his abi.de m Stirdng, h.s nativo town. lie was seated one d<*y on the parapet of the

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

6 Aug 1862

said that the non-commissioned officer concerned the scrubbing of soldier at Woolwich had already been punished. Mr. LAIRD, in reply to Mr. 8. Beaumont, said that treaty just entered into with Belgium was one of commerce and navigation, and this country

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Kerryman

Kerryman Kerry, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1912

is considered some jestple were deterred from bringing in their stock. Mr MeCreban Kohl a lot of blackh•'rred tattle (O et I:9 1(4. each; Mr Evans two lots at and (11 each, and Mr Regan a el' 16 at eli. Fat sheep went from 355. to .%OA., end lambs from

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

14 Nov 1868

government detective was ronidered. His fimnd in blind alley, the hack of hi. hea.l King broken. He had been active frauds, and that, it ihought. ®f® r , d la Cooper Connty, Missouri, man na was dragged from his bed and Tlie following day, to brothers

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

16 Sep 1857

Clifton. On inquiry i Mr# that ahsot term e'eloek last eeeninf, aa a gtaukeepei the employ W. Miles, Esq., M.P., was paaeing along the north side of Nightingale Valley, near the rabbit warren, ha waa bonified ditcoeeriag the body of a lady.like female lying

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

6 Apr 1872

before the hour ftnnouuced for the ance of Mr. Disraeli. Soon after five o’clock Lady Beacon eld appeared opoa the platform, and was greeted with round of eheftring which lasted till Mr. Iharaeli approeebed. His reception rathaftiaitie, and before the lumult

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

23 Mar 1850

Lai d, waiting woman of Mrs. Mahony ; her brother wore them tor ever two months; another brother of her’s, who got work Dromore Castle, the Rev. Mr. Mahony’s place, has been di* » Mr. O'Hea—Now, Mr. Butt, if you want to justify Mr. Butt—The appellant this

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

2 Apr 1869

Johnson, nor his confidence in the immediate debut ot the political millcuium, nor in his sublime faith in arbitration a sovereign for slate difficulties; uor do we incline to think his own view of its efficacy is quite roseate as when penned his first protocol

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

20 Mar 1875

dropped 8 daya ago ; bought Mr Jos Caudl.sh the Karl of Candor, Scotland, for The call w sold to Lord Per.no,, for 21 ; ronn calved Dae 1867, air Sir Sam. in call to Pilot, sold ler 180 gs to Mr Baueen, Isle of Man i Lady Sural, roan calved Jan 1888,

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

4 Nov 1865

board the Woodside were—Mr. S. K. Graves, M.P.; Mr. Chat Tomer, M.P. j Mr. lohn Laird, M.P.; the Lord Uayoi of Dublin. Mr. K. Broektebaak, chairmen of the Dock Board; Port Admiral Brant, Captain Paynter, her Mmjmty*e ship Mejeelic; Mr. William Hind, chairmen

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Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer

Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer Kerry, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1846

several cn nmitteja, of which tliey were chairmen, were brought Mr. Strut, Mr. O'Oounell, Sir John Hope, and Mr. Greene. The recent loss of the Great Liverpool steamer haring been referred to, Mr. P. M. Stewart stated tliat a Complete inquiry into all the

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