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TO JAMES PERRIN, ESQ., J. P., kc., Ac.

TO JAMES PERRIN, ESQ., J. P., kc., Ac.

JAMES PERRIN, ESQ., J. P., kc., Ac. Wlfthe undersigned Magtstmtes, Gentry, Clergy, and other luhabitants of the County of Mayo, beg leave fully tender to you the cspresrioo of our •inerre reoretat vour infemled removal from amnncet n», ou.l we avail ouraelvee of the occavion, to
19 March 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMER SESSIONS

SUMMER SESSIONS

Hsl'iorohe. Monday, I7lh June. Grand Jury will be tworu Tii..r*ilay, tillfli. Castlebar, Monday, 24th June. Grand Jury vr.ll he sworn Thursday ,27 th. Baltina, Monday, Ist July. Grand J .ry will sworn Friday, 6th. Hel.nullet, Thursday, 11 th July, Graml Jury will be swum Saturda
19 March 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
PAYING THE POLICE BY GOVERNMENT.

PAYING THE POLICE BY GOVERNMENT.

The grand jury die county Westmeath hare addressed the underneath petition to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, on the subject of the payment of the entire of the police by the government. Indeed, when we consider the. heavy county cess and poor rates the farmers are snbj£ted
20 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
% - affairs of Portugal; (From the Correspondent of the Times.) Liaaox, W«DNIBD\V, March 13.—0 a the morning of Friday

% - affairs of Portugal; (From the Correspondent of the Times.) Liaaox, W«DNIBD\V, March 13.—0 a the morning of Friday

last, at so early an hour as half-past three ofclock, a small portion of the students of Coimbra rose, and pronounced against the Government, and in favour the insurgents of Almeida. They were generally provided with fire-arms, and paraded the streets, crying ”• FieMfor the insu
27 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE LORD WILLIAM HILL.

THE LATE LORD WILLIAM HILL.

The Marquess of Downsliire has arrived in London from Ireland, to attend the funeral of his son, the late Captain William Hill, of the Royal Soots Greys. The interment, at the orient desire of all the officers of that n-oiinerl. expressed, through their esteemed Colonel omnmandm
27 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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13 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
UNPRECEDENTED ADVANTAGES! rm ALLIAJiCE J

UNPRECEDENTED ADVANTAGES! rm ALLIAJiCE J

UNPRECEDENTED ADVANTAGES! ALLIAJiCE BRITISH AND FOREIGN am© ASSURANCE GOMPANY, Established Act of Parliament. CAPITAL:
13 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TIE mebs WOOLLEN HALL AID HAT

TIE mebs WOOLLEN HALL AID HAT

TIE WOOLLEN HALL AID HAT WAMEIfOVftB* Mall, Corner of Nelson-Street, EUGENE M‘SWYNY k Co., PROPRIETORS. Respectfully inform the Gentry and Public, that E. M'Swyny has been Purchasing for the laet Month, in the different Manufacturing Towns in England, and has arrived to them over
13 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
PESHAWUR,

PESHAWUR,

Prince Aluraphor, son of the late Shan Kararan, is again here. The whole of his brothers, who have been amamefnlly treated by Ysr Mahoroen. have quitted Herat, and are now wandering among the hill*. This prince being the especial favorite of hia mother’s tribe, (the Barnkzyes) h
13 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
m smtob o* rat netar. WHIlamV PWk. If T »■» 9ib—ln the letter yon wen kind to pnblieh in laet-nankar,

m smtob o* rat netar. WHIlamV PWk. If T »■» 9ib—ln the letter yon wen kind to pnblieh in laet-nankar,

I (poke *f the Repeal Aemrlatten a pntrtotie body. and yon eommewted on that ten*. TheaHodatlon eontahu probably Lilian of yanr. nutlo eoantiymen and an Indepandeat aeatry, who hare icleea both and money to promote an oM«rl whieb, in their opinion, wonU bain At all daaaee la Ire
6 March 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland