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SnVTRNCER,

SnVTRNCER,

Adam Keane, arson, eighteen months imprisonment and hard labour from the time of committal. Two accomplices, David Keefe, and Patrick Murphy, are not yet amendable justice. Timothy Hannifin, burglary, iu the house of Jeremiah Connor at Milltown, 18 months imprisonment and hard l
August 3, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TRALEE CANAL.

THE TRALEE CANAL.

select (ho letter on this subject which will he fouml elsewhere, from a large number to the same effect now lying on our table. Having communicated with the Board of Works on the vexatious delay and unaccountable obstructions thrown in the way of an undertaking essential to the
July 1, 1843 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
mi PRIVATE SALK,

mi PRIVATE SALK,

CHUTE’S, Ksq m Phi nth’s Quav, tube bclwettn th«‘ hours 11 life in.»ruinjfiad the afternoon every week u.jtil ilisposeJ of. Mime Rose-wood Furniture of London asoperior description; also, some Mahogany Redroom Furniture, made Cox Cork—a much admired and valuable Scripture Painti
July 1, 1843 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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May 18, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
•>»- v. t A FRIF.NIJI.ESS'BOV IN ClT\. ! bad: when wccall **ieil-rangor deserts’* . his proud bound, bis tossing antlers,

•>»- v. t A FRIF.NIJI.ESS'BOV IN ClT\. ! bad: when wccall **ieil-rangor deserts’* . his proud bound, bis tossing antlers,

bis majesty and grace, j are filled with indignant contempt at these “pic- ' turesquo goats llighi.” i Oitomon Poetry. —lf these specimens, all can say j Is, were Fadladeen doomed to read listen, the place- desiring chambeilain, with all his love life, would not refrain from sui
May 18, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AUDITORS.

AUDITORS.

H. H. Cannan, Esq. | Robert F. Alison, Esq. Medical Adviser —Marshall Hall. M.D.. F.R.S.L. & E. Solicitors —Messrs. Palmer, France, and Palmer. THIS is the onlu Company who are bound their Deed of Constitution not to dispute any Policy, unless they can prove that it was obtained
September 21, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1844.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1844.

dorters to dizzy height, and only, it now appears, to lot them fall again more signally ears have elapied since the Orangemen of Ireland denounce! Sir Robert Peel and the Duke Wellington, and vowed they would never again deceived by either, lly some fatality, they have again tru
September 21, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRMEE

TRMEE

Grace having been* pronounced, the dinner waa commenced ; a substantial banquet, in which taste was happily bkn led with abundance. The wines were supplied with lavish hand those who partook of them. Champagne, claret, as well as more ordinary p"rt and sherry, were in great prof
September 21, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY

THE ARMY

PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. War-Office, June 14. Ist Dragor.n Guanl«—Vordannt Fenwick, gent, to be Comet purchase. rice UiO.;:; promoted. Hth Uybl L"i- fi IcntcTumt Edmond Vernot. Macklnnon, from the f>7»h Foot, la- Licv.u nant. vice Torrance, who exchanges. Kepi merit of Foot—Cap
June 22, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
■rnt holy uixisTiiv. TU* «KV. JOU* 0 y>‘, who Sfand«i;a Tl»c mandate Jk iovaii Far o'er the And 1.1 the

■rnt holy uixisTiiv. TU* «KV. JOU* 0 y>‘, who Sfand«i;a Tl»c mandate Jk iovaii Far o'er the And 1.1 the

■''■i n* know, _i-rom cloom, ">1 Strong, to ai-ui save! Where nations l»ow t*« «•wvt iin.l rt-ne, iiak. tliatOmstrie Known, Before whom full:— Where men tiudr ko"!» thousands tell. To' F.i»MSti.\L I siTT Soiifccn—Kso —and ofall. Where peace ne’er stnllaN nor sabbath viiues, Wfce
November 9, 1844 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland