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  • County: Kerry, Republic Of Ireland
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Kerryman

Kerryman Kerry, Republic of Ireland

19 May 1906

She is Hia many friends Kerry heard with i'aughter of our respected tawnsman. Mr heartfelt sorrow of the death of Mr. M. J. John Courtney, 1 7 pper Castle-street. TRALEX LADY'S SUCCESS. THE 'FRISCO DISASTER. (To the Editor of The Xerryman.) dAn Cenpass

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

27 Jun 1838

fleshy part hi* rigl.t tn. “ot the wrist, which is se-ereiy in•jured ; hut did not, as stated contenpoiAry, grate his chest arid leave tiadt of blood. His laird, ship understand, disclaims having fifed at M. Melcv ; he savs that, he. discharged his pistol

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

5 Aug 1868

is eatineni example, at his may lie sure that Mr Dt»rseli have the Clergy will directly arrayed the Snoneotiaairnctire lu 1854 Mr.Gl*Uio.e wasameaiber introduce ti>p.e such a perronal nature. Party at the General Election. Mr. Gladstone has not of Ruben

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

13 Feb 1867

and hi* rob* moat be Protestant; Catholic may a iedge, but bis wig and hi* gown most he Proteetant (U«gb«o- Sncb di«biliti** o* thc ecore Mligion could net bo jollified in the** days, and the object of the bill waa to remora them (beer, bear). Mr. Nxwoxaxra

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

11 May 1867

aaeonder, Mr. GnviUa-Nogeat, Mr. Mnrnby. Hr. Lam t, a Scotch member, Mr. Syaaa, and Mr. Chichester Forteacne, who, when in simply bads God speed” to the member for Kilkenny’s vigorous attack, bat declined to figure with him in themma division list. Mr, Slight

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1853

loud cheers. On motion for printing the doenment, Mr. Bioefca (the Canadian premier), expressed his gratification at the ** sound constitutional doctrineB” whrhis aide thb house echoed remarks. member the Conservptive

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Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer

Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer Kerry, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1842

half-pay, Foot. Judge Advocate GeneralMr. Sergeant Barrack. DepartmentLower, acting barrackmaster Honduras. His the secompaof-d ht« •mUMe the CoanteM o«*j. peM eish of cea-‘ dolence.on ►ndaylMt, to Mr*. West, her eilla. Mount Annyille, toe oceuton

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

8 Apr 1865

Catuolic Oath'Bill.— ln the Hoowof moM. on Monday, Mr. asked right hw. when proposed bring on th« ML and whether liad mede eny arringement with the cmvcmment to secure proper opportunity for its dis* Sriun Mr. MonseU said wee certeinly hie intention to bring

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

29 Mar 1872

Sq., seal Captain A man named Jonas saratornd Mr. M. iwererd. sob.. for hire dos to bleu for his services tally clerk es the polliog day here. Mr. R. C. Harnett appeared for JODI% and Mr. .1. Barnes for Mr. Leonard. Complaisant on being swore. depend-I

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

27 Oct 1849

precise nature if Mr. u v.o .shcr. and Mr. K.-d .Tipilatf. ■ ..n.s • are not ab!o to sutc, save lhat c.miu-c:td with th * class Trainers’ Stakes vero won i.y Mr. I * ~e u*’ . • . I'.vrt.vv K..Aline* .t ! \V it.V.rvl st c:. Mr. Ir. , AwfiiM. •.•luti

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

18 Oct 1848

” if it be bat insinuated that there is one law for •nd mother fora layman, under his Excellency’s im ■pectire away. Oo what pretence cm Mr. Monahan attempt t justify his conduct in dedining either to prosecute to examine the Iter. Father Fitzgerald If

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1849

Plunket. Bonlsoleigh—Richard Cbadw ck. Bruff—P. O’Sbaughnesay, groc r. Ballinacargy—Robert Dempsey. Borri*—Mrs, Mary Kelly. Ballybofey—Robert Laird. Ballysbannon—Thomaa Graham'and Co. Bandon—Walter Bullen, grocer. Buttevant—Jeremiah O’Connor. Ctumlin—James

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

17 Aug 1864

military mao; Foreign Affairs, Dunsgowski, pastor of St. John’s Church ; his secretary, Wolnyski, also a clergyman ; Public Press, Wmclaw PrybyUki, formerly teacher the Wologodski Gymnasium his secretary, Bognslawski, a noble, aged 25; Police, Ptnkowskl, teacher

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1884

members ot their party are, appears, • hir k. Mr. O’Brien, speaking on Sunilay at alist demonstration in Ireland, depleting •• no palience” with * gloomy antmipalion f th. Irishman’s future. True, is, Mr O Brian said, that great deal *• remains done.

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

27 May 1868

assaulting Mr. Hustings Peel shoring him j into n bog hole. - it! It appeared that Mr. Peel’s men were cutting turf j a certain bunk, which the defendant uhtimctl. and inendtaronring prerent the catting, shored Mr. Poet | off the hunk. J Mr. I). H. Hilliard

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Tralee Chronicle

Tralee Chronicle Kerry, Republic of Ireland

18 May 1877

ir, a new and fragrant To.let Powder. Cork. r, niment l etl to Ladies aafar auten..r t 4. all GOODS CARRIED AT liAt h.. Toilet or Violet Powders. Priee per Cork to every Blonds), hi. di, and Cork Waterford. Monday and l',iday ROWLANDS' cork to early

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Kerryman

Kerryman Kerry, Republic of Ireland

5 Sep 2002

first arose, and an angry Cllr The problem is that just when year-old was hot favourite Lady's Hospital for Sick Mindy's new husband O'Sullivan this week renewed his call patients become familiar and copi- ., with both the bookies and Children in Dublin

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

4 Jun 1881

u^^aarwdtba Mtin ttaeTr- ETsVrirrßTilKATtarEweriolo* riag* with laird Bdward uhan the attack «aa road* SADLEBweII w^hi, hiad«i*hl« bring TrTXUTL i, EAST bone hack the lime, and that the lady W Lord Ednazd ThjnßC atrnek land ToanaSead aith land Ed-ard admitted

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