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ffljc |Hap Constitutimi. Vol. CASTLEBAR, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1844.

ffljc |Hap Constitutimi. Vol. CASTLEBAR, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1844.

ffljc Vol. CASTLEBAR, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1844. DEDUCTION PRICE AND PRESS ARRIVALS OF HOWQUA’S AND MOWQUA’S ® . BROCKSOPP, HOW & CO., WHILE "ratefally acknowledging (ko distinguished and extensive patronage which has been accorded to these DELICIOUS TEAS, inform itie Nobility, Gent
30 July 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARGE OF MURDER.

CHARGE OF MURDER.

CHARGE MURDER. Martin Kelly indicted f«r inurdcr of John Cnnlon, Kdl den, Patrick Kelly linviru: thrown the . pool of.otir, kept him him thcr. and ca.e direr, wound. ; Martin Kelly bein'; prerent aidlnk and nrai.iln . The folhi'rinie jure were .worn to try the case Jamea Gr.ffln,
30 July 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL ASSOCIATION

REPEAL ASSOCIATION

Monday's meeting featured Mr. S. O’Brien to the public eye,'and with him great deal of that vapouringwhich distinguishes the comet from other wondering stars. His aspirations for a prison seem indicote some weariness of ins erratic course. In a prison there are wheels within whe
30 July 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VAXUATION OP IRELAND.

THE VAXUATION OP IRELAND.

THE VAXUATION IRELAND. Th« Committee of was but metsrely supplied with »»i--dence to foreign iurteys. They begin that subject with notice of the Survey of England, made by order William the Conqueror, and called the Doomsday Book. That survey took six years to cseculr, and most a
30 July 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
BY THOMAS 8. MOBEWOOD.

BY THOMAS 8. MOBEWOOD.

There** ® land the east, where the myrtle tree* Uiiclack’d and stin>ltine or snow; Where proud pearls « iil glitter, and diamonds will glare, As they deck the bright bosoms and bio of the fair. Spread thy sail to the breeze, Mien, and thither repair; And beauty, unfadiug, shall
30 July 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 

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PETITIONS FOR REPEAL,

PETITIONS FOR REPEAL,

The number petitions for repeal of the legislatire Union, presented up to the 21st of Jane. was. smelling to tbe 33d report the pubic petitions' committee, 415, and tbe number of signatures attached 875,489 !--./•>«- man’s Journal. The foregoing number falls considerably short t
6 July 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
“ RAISING THE WIND.

“ RAISING THE WIND.

RAISING THE WIND. have been assured, am), we believe it, that in the whole of Queen Victoria’s dominion there are few happier fellows than the journalists who are enduring martyrdom in the Richmond Penitentiary. Foi effect sake, all speak of the poor fellows who are incarcerated
31 July 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTRACTORS, «B receive' PrafOMb for theCoaMraetiamof* re QUAY CAHBRCIVKES, U the Cmtf •tKarj. •eeretfag te the Pba* eedtpedSiattees to be

CONTRACTORS, «B receive' PrafOMb for theCoaMraetiamof* re QUAY CAHBRCIVKES, U the Cmtf •tKarj. •eeretfag te the Pba* eedtpedSiattees to be

eaea is the Potreretaa of James Baket, Eaq., M. at the reii Town of Cthermeeo, inch to be furniahtd within one &«0t the hereof. BjrCMtr of the Booid, HSN&T B. PAINE, See. OOee ofFabUe Works, MM, July, 1844. MMreheooo, wi—re the Prefiather diteoveria! vu baled for dogs. —Umerici
27 July 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DISSENTERS’ CHAPEI-S BILL.

DISSENTERS’ CHAPEI-S BILL.

There one point in the Commons’ amendments to the Di«. suiters' Chapels Bill, which seems to have been overlooked in the passage of that bill through the Commons. Yet it is far from being an unimportant one. By the seeoml clause of the hill, at now amended, it is clearly implied
13 July 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
LIGHT WITHOUT TAXES.

LIGHT WITHOUT TAXES.

The fast Examiner, in an oracular tone, denounces the proposal for effecting the lighting the town, which is circulating by the Commissioners. It appears that the Etaminer is the organ of that numerous paity, who are desirous of accomdations they are reluctant to pay for them; f
13 July 1844 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland