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■ ♦ HOUSE OF COMMONS-Vuisdat. March 9, Mr. K F.IXY moved that the petition-of Mr. Thomas Reeves, complaining an insufficient

■ ♦ HOUSE OF COMMONS-Vuisdat. March 9, Mr. K F.IXY moved that the petition-of Mr. Thomas Reeves, complaining an insufficient

retiring allowance a* a surveyor of taxes, he refcrrred to a select committee. Several hon. members spoke the subject, and the house having divided, the motion was negatived by 39 to 27, On the motioiwof Mr. HUME return was ordered, *' under different beads, of the manner in whi
March 17, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
KevcATOW ako larsoviacßT or ms labours

KevcATOW ako larsoviacßT or ms labours

KevcATOW ako larsoviacßT labours rrjkMaa. MrJBILION rose more— ~tb«t this house will, apau Wednesday, the day »(4tfe Itself iuto committee the whotehoyse, to consider of the'following address to her Msjesty—thst is to say, that i.n honsbls address be pr-seofedto her Majesty, stat
March 17, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
KII.LARXEY QI'ARTER SESSION'S-Satcrday At 1 o'clot l. the following Grand Jury were sworn : K.ei.anl T, lleihert, Cahirnanc, Foreman; John

KII.LARXEY QI'ARTER SESSION'S-Satcrday At 1 o'clot l. the following Grand Jury were sworn : K.ei.anl T, lleihert, Cahirnanc, Foreman; John

Cronin, I’ark ; llmn;>hry Moynihan, Freemount; Maurice Bren- I; Sunday’s Well ; Thomas 11. Broderick, Killarney ; Janies McCarthy, Killurney ; Richard Leahy, South-hill; Kl. B. Orjien. Kenraare; Charles H. Eagar, Curroe .s; Iv.leaonil M'Swet'nv’ Moulearkane ; Arthur J. Ma- ; v.
April 1, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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April 10, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
" BUCK'S HAVE AT YOU ALL."

" BUCK'S HAVE AT YOU ALL."

BUCK'S HAVE AT YOU ALL." were silting down to pen reference to Mr. Raoadon's Advertisement, winch will be found inonr columns, our Mad Apprentice.” who has grown saucy from impunity, banded u* the following lucubration, under the head;— ! where is the hean. Who n-conrting would g
April 10, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAWS.

POOR LAWS.

will he seen by our advertising columns that our strictures the subject of the Poor Laws have not been without effect. A day is already fixed for the appointment of Guardians in the Union of Cahircivccn ; and we are enabled to state, that Daniel M’Carthy, of Kilfadimoru, Esq., w
September 23, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HttARW *tm gZSgTOVS.-JrvE 5-.

HttARW *tm gZSgTOVS.-JrvE 5-.

gZSgTOVS.-JrvE 5-. John chairman, John John Leahy, and Francis Bland, Esqrs., VTagialrateß the Bcnch- Affer some civil btiaineas was disposed of, Mr. O’Connell read Mr. John P. O’Sullivan’s complaint lo the Lord and his Excellence's directions the Magistrates enquire into it, and
June 3, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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*' London, June 9,1840. '""I concur from the bottom of heart in the protest uncle Joseph. In delivering the arms of the chief of family to King Louis Philipe, General Bertrand has keen the victim of deplorable illusion. The sword of Ansterlitz ought not to be the hands of enemie
June 20, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Tcksoat:

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Tcksoat:

The June sessions of the Central Criminal Court commenced this morning, before the Lord Mayor, Aldermen Gibbs, Lainson, and Johnson, the Common Sergeant, Mr. Sergeant Arabin. and other civic officers. We regret to state that the Recorder is not able to attend his official duties
June 20, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—Friday.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Friday.

HOUSE LORDS.— Friday. The Earl of ABERDEEN, on presenting the petition from the holders of Spanish Indemnity Bonds, entered into a history of the circumstances under which they were granted. In 1828 convention was entered into with the Spanish Government, for compensation for cer
July 22, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland