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MKDICAf. OFFICEKS,

MKDICAf. OFFICEKS,

Physician —O. C. Child, Mortimer.street, Cavendish-square Sunjeon —Edward UuMin, Erq., La.qjliam-I’luce. st ca i. etc fott kekkt. lllel.ard Cl.ute, M !>., IValce, Jolm 11. Agar, M. D., William G. Kennedy, M. .Turbert. George Muybmy, M. U., Keumare. SURVEYOIt. John Fulford, Esq.,
September 24, 1842 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
OVERLAND MAIL FROM INDIA. NEWS FROM CHINA. INDIA, AND EGYPT. By u> extraord'muy express we have received intatligence from China,

OVERLAND MAIL FROM INDIA. NEWS FROM CHINA. INDIA, AND EGYPT. By u> extraord'muy express we have received intatligence from China,

India, and Egypt, in anticipation of the overland mail, which left Bombay on the 23d of July by the Prometheus steamer. The Prometheus left Malta on Tuesday afternoon at 50 minutes past three o’clock, Ist of September, and arrived at Toulon on Friday afternoon at 10 minutes past
September 12, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
(1839) fcy tie report of die commiuloa of inquiry on baud loom weaving, it it atated that *' there are

(1839) fcy tie report of die commiuloa of inquiry on baud loom weaving, it it atated that *' there are

not more than 250 woollen weavers employed in Dahlia and its vicinity, that their average earnings for the last three years amount from Bs. to liu. per week, making allowance for periods of idleness. At present (August, 1840/ theie are not more than 12 master manufacturers and t
September 12, 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
GAOL CONTRACTS.

GAOL CONTRACTS.

E BOABD of BDPEBINTENDENrJE will meet ea A TCBanAT tba 19th iaM. ta tcccirc Proposals for on. plying the County Oaol liar on* year, to awSmmee Aam the flrat day of Noreaiber aezt, with the Mlowisg Article*, ria. —Good MINION POTATOES, (new) to be fires on the tot of Aagaat; Good
October 13, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
rrBLIC laicised riIOPRiETORS. fed ir.ucl: i''cn.-ure in laying before cu l- remiers ft'lffwing details creditable to the public spirit of

rrBLIC laicised riIOPRiETORS. fed ir.ucl: i''cn.-ure in laying before cu l- remiers ft'lffwing details creditable to the public spirit of

the jaiJ'J I'r'Ji’rietors vviiose names appear in the foliowlng rvl'Ort: - (From our pcinl R^orfer.) d:ort time before llie Grand Jury sepaiated on Tbursduy. Mr r and said, Mr. Foreman. con. ’at? this and Mran i Jury cntlie success which -nth d tin of the for the 'id* from Trale
March 6, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

In Dublin, James Barry, E»q. of Billycloii|rh, High Sheriff of the county of Cork, and eldest son of the late Major General Berry, t<» Olivia Maria, only daughter and heiress of the late rrmicis Drew, Esq. of Moycollup L. couli* ty of Waterford.
March 6, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

The Auckland steamer left Bombay on the 37th of April with Sir 4. K. Ca>aac. Bart., and family on board ra reafe for Egvpt and England. Sir James hat resigned tha governorship of that presidency on account of bit health, Ming thiesteoed * ith paralysis. He landed with bit lady a
June 9, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
BA&xne out&aob

BA&xne out&aob

TBS PKOP&HTV MR. JONATHAN WALPOLE, MAIL CAR PROPRIETOR ..tween TABOtRT TRALEE, Monday night the 7il. ina'ant Wifi" pay the .bore Hewn"! .nv. himau.-h loformollon aa will lend the or’if 1 ' to Conxictloo the pciaoo or Demon. 1, 7 ' ton outrage. Pe,,OD, wl, ° thl. wau- Jon* 9. Jiit
June 9, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Ti,e or.p ospr?tsion wI.UU tr* Lave J'lon. C UN'TY I.IWF.RICK vTE?. speech Mr. Hutson, mu-t serve effectual i: vo- I

Ti,e or.p ospr?tsion wI.UU tr* Lave J'lon. C UN'TY I.IWF.RICK vTE?. speech Mr. Hutson, mu-t serve effectual i: vo- I

The Knight of Clin lias now fairlv entered ihefleM.ond hie I Inines were wutten upon the subject, to show the quahty > add res lias appeared, also that Colonel I the mind of the creature j but it may not thought sc- retiring from the representation of this counts. haieeer perflu
July 3, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. BROWNE’S PROGRESS.

MR. BROWNE’S PROGRESS.

Messrs. Browne and O’Connell visited Corkaguinev today, with what puipose they best know. Certainly not to get support there, for the barony is against them, almost to a man. A placard is just posted about our streets, calling for a procession to-morrow, to meet Mr. Browne, on h
July 3, 1841 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland