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  • County: Kerry, Republic Of Ireland
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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

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 Examiner and Munster General Observer

Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer Kerry, Republic of Ireland

29 Oct 1841

political benefits the Noble laird has bestowed on his estate and county Agents, his Lordship s tenants liappy and satisfied with'tho* demeanor and management patient, and obliging, to'all, whether rich or poor, high (the manner of his reception to the very

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Kerryman

Kerryman Kerry, Republic of Ireland

31 Dec 1910

lima, we publish in this Mae an interesting latter from Mr John T of Bournemouth, an old-time Purest.= the Atlantic liners, giving his experiences of record tripe acmes It Pond, linos 1848. Mr Kavanagh, who was born in. Dingle many years ago, is enjoylag

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

12 Oct 1844

came on board the Comer. His Majesty Louis Philippe instantly recognised him, and seizing both his hands in his, shook them cordially, addressing the Duke at the same lime terms which were evidently of the most friendly import, his grare. replied to them

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

13 Nov 1869

Bight Hon. P. tb land ji^k^fuLtingtoD, Grey and Binoa, Itr. Braoe. Mr. Cwdndl. Mr. tba of the B**efw the Lord Cheedlwv 1 3tn Qoedien. Mr. KMietlce. ~ HemntQß. De Tehlcy, Burgoyae, Mr. Otau>, Wthre, the to&hwate and Oraioe, PinMete. . . - . .-.K. - The

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

26 Aug 1868

immediate college contemporaries were—Mr Samncl Wilhetforce, now Bishop of Oxford; Mr. Trower, late Bishop Gibraltar; Mr. Jacobton, now Bishop of Chester; Mr Meats, M.P, and Hr; F. W. Faber, &c. Having held college tutorship for some years, he was appointed

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

21 Aug 1839

Provost Marshal to apologise to the Court for his unbecom.ng conduct before it; he has also obtained foigivcqeas from t|ie widow of his victim, whose pardon he begged on his knees ; and his conduct since his condemnation has been such induces the hope that

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

16 Dec 1908

enj >y the pro misea to the time of his death, and also continued his protection and friendship to the daughters and grandchildren of the said Maurice, who at the time of his death made his will, and despairing his son returning to this Kingdom, bequeathed

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Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer

Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer Kerry, Republic of Ireland

10 Nov 1840

the shore. This part of the attack was under Russell of the Stromholi, who was accompanied Mr. Chamberlayne, Mr. Warren, and Mr. Hunt, ’ami about twenty of his crew. The marines were led by Captain Whvlock and Lieutenant Hocking. There was some difficulty

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

8 Jun 1861

waa talen h.v Mr. Cardwell. Chief Secrrtary for Ireland, and tlie other meinhsre of the Committee were: Mr. Monarll. Mr. Majroire. Colonel Dnnne. Mr. II Herbert, Sir John Amott, Mr. tieorste, Mr. Waldron, lir. Conan, Lord J. Ilrowne, laird Claude Hamilton

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Kerryman

Kerryman Kerry, Republic of Ireland

5 Jul 1991

being also day time chaplain to Torbert Comprehensive School. During his five year term of duty in Asdee Fr. Declan has made an enormous contribution to the local community with his warm, outgoing and genial personality making him very popular with everyone

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1872

it. .. Mr. Morphy—Does he perform his duties Wicness—Ho has uot acquitted himself of his religious 1 duties. » | What do you by that ? Does go prayers ? necessary to answer that 1 will—he does not, though his house near (laughter). Mr. Morphy—Do

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

24 Jul 1844

from an attempt on the part of laird Nor-' . bury to assert his rights a landlord would appear puite evident, and that the prisoner was one of tbose'who was affected, or fancied be was affected, the proceedings taken his lordship would also appear equally

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

7 Sep 1901

was that complainant was not dismissed. bat left of his own accord. Mr Moriarty applied to have the case adjourned for the attendance of Mrs O’Sullivan. Mr Egan opposed the application, and said Mrs O’Sallivan was not sick and kept away for other reasons

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

16 Jul 1872

10 0 Mr Joao GoMsso j Asiiiis 0 10 0 Mr J. pail • 0 Nro heath Qudirb all 0 7 6 Mr 1) Spam , teas 0 7 his Wei, Ababa, 0 7 I Mr 7 6 - 0 6 Mr pad 0 0 1 Mr D paid 0 6 0 Mr W raid 0 5 0 Mr P Golli.oo. paid 0 6 0 Mr Air DI Illortoelag•aos k P.M 06 0 Mr limo

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1895

for men. Its last occupant »a* Joyce, man concicled the murder Mr O'Leary in the Grsnil Parade Market, while it alao were spent the last Croaa, Sheehan, and attars. Twin* still maintains his wonderful selfpoMesaiOn, thongh it is stated that novousness oiteo

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

24 Mar 1855

oftheiwtition of Poland—file most Orer, Sit C. Wood. Mr. Vernon Smith, Mr. WilMn. Mr. t. to the Old Ttonk, «nd»h« honoweble »d gallant Cbwnher. al transaction of modem tiinee. Peel. Mr. Hortmui, Sir J. Orahun, Mr. MrCtnU Llenteaeat-Colonßl, eetlhg ee-twloheertr

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

5 Jun 1847

changed, hot eat, we preanme, for say feat* inspired by the conduct pf Mr. O’ConnclL Our CotempotWy win searcaly acknowledge himself' indebted for hi* probation of Protestantism or his abjuration of Pnssyism to that quarter. On Sunday U«t« th* Load of LinMrkk

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

3 Oct 1866

that Mr. Gladstone was shortly leaving for the Eternal City. 1 bear to-dav that Earl Romell. it slto going. will probably return with Mr. Kossell, who ia in England jual now. laird Granville, moreouer. has rsngeo winter elua* the Vatic n : and Mr. Milner

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