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HER MAJESTY’S PECUNIARY DIFFICULTIES

HER MAJESTY’S PECUNIARY DIFFICULTIES

It has, for some time past been rumoured within the walls of the Castle, that her Majesty is labouring under some pecuniary difficulties,” that the liberal income awarded to the Queen of England has been insufficient to meet the housekeeping,” and other expenses connected with h
14 January 1840 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO S

DINNER TO S

DINNER TO M I
14 January 1840 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED, FOR THE PETTY SESSIONS COURT OF BALIA, A ULERK. MOST wnexceptio/able references will be requiiwi a* eliaractlland capabilities to

WANTED, FOR THE PETTY SESSIONS COURT OF BALIA, A ULERK. MOST wnexceptio/able references will be requiiwi a* eliaractlland capabilities to

fill the situation, and, good security must given the person on whom the selection may falli for the doe |>erformance of its duties. January 7th, 1840.
14 January 1840 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
C 3 KL ane John, Kligonin. iarmrr—lra»eholder 1 (anew), |i dm and land at-Kilgarvin,• aame 101. I 64 Linehan Henry,

C 3 KL ane John, Kligonin. iarmrr—lra»eholder 1 (anew), |i dm and land at-Kilgarvin,• aame 101. I 64 Linehan Henry,

of Laeca, farmer—freeholder, part if the landa-of Laeca, barony IClanmaarice, 101, 65 Lioehan Heory, same*Race, farmer—freeholder, same landa; 101, ■ : ! Loughoanc John, of Skinapisba, (armep—freeholder, part nf the laoda of Oroamakeen, barony of Claomau. rice,4ol.•! : I:’ ' 67
4 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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18 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
dissension where there ought to be nothiug but unanimity ; the only result would be, to support a erv which,

dissension where there ought to be nothiug but unanimity ; the only result would be, to support a erv which,

hr believed, had been taised in the country, and to sanction that cry *iv the authority of their lordship’s house, and by the author ty of the noble duke. Every one knew that the prince was Protestant; ail Europe knew that was a Protea'ant; the whole world knew that he was Prote
22 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF REGTSTOY. (tram Correspondent of the Packet.) ' The followineld strictly correct account of the close the county Dublin

COUNTY OF REGTSTOY. (tram Correspondent of the Packet.) ' The followineld strictly correct account of the close the county Dublin

registry, wh ch terminated on Monday, the 20th, at Eathcoole ; New men. Re-rrcistered. Rejected. Conservative! S 3 .. J 67 .. Radicals- 39 .. .. Con. majority 14 .. Si ncerly do we congratulate the Conservatives nf the county of Dnbl n, on this result—a result which, bearing in
22 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

FASiTlotcs for titf. Wrf.k. —Satin, and watered or shot pekin, have been all prevalent for robes. They arc profuselv tiimmed with lace, mostly ofeold and silver netwo.k, fashioned into Gothic points and also following the' bizarre, but rich patterns, of the fifteenth and sixteen
25 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TH* OVEEn’s MARRIAGE.

TH* OVEEn’s MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE. Yon may reiy upon it that creation TVtrs or. the marriage. Ministers dare not take from the House oradions' any intfividual qualified property or station-fol tbe'honour Of the elevation ; and Ity way of tiiumph Either party, they vriil not select ary individual not belo
29 January 1840 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland