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IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS TO THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.

IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS TO THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.

IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS TO TIHE ROMAN CATHOLICS. ON Friday, the seventh annual meeting of the society established for promoting missions in conformity with the doctrines and usages of the Church of England among the Roman Catholics of Ireland was held at Exeter-hall. The Mlarquis o
06 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF PALMER.

TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF PALMER.

The trial of illiam Palmer, for the the murder of John Parsons Cooke, Hugely, the most important eriminal trial heard ia England for many years, was brought to a conclusion yesterday (Tuesday), after having lasted twelve days, and baa ended the conviction of the prisoner. The ea
28 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

Plymouth, Monday.— The Hogue, which left Sydney on the 4lh of Mareh, arrived here lo.day, and has landed the mails, forty adult passengers, and twenty childten. Sir Charlea Nicholson, Speaker of the Council, has come home on two years' leave absence. The exeitement regarding the
28 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING POST, WEPNESPAY, MAY 21. 1856.

THE KERRY EVENING POST, WEPNESPAY, MAY 21. 1856.

IMPERIAL. PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LORDS—MoxnxT. Hat 19. The House met at gee o’eloek. . , Lord DONOUGHMORE asked whether it the ialion of the Government to abolish the Courts of Inland. .. . . . The LORD CHANCELLOR uidlbatllwunnlinteuded to abolish courts, hot it wet wootomslalod esta
21 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The Ecclesiastical Commissioners are about to build Church in the Parish of Brosna in this county. The sum of £2.’>o having been collected by the Rector, the Rev. Edward Norman, and lodged with their Treasurer, the Commissioners will add the amount necessary to complete the said
14 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO ALL. WHOM IT MAY COSCEBS.

TO ALL. WHOM IT MAY COSCEBS.

ALL. WHOM MAY COSCEBS. County of Kerry, ) NOTICE tlwt 1 «Tt wir > ready receive Sealed ■ J Tendon and Proposals for RB» the BliliiGE KOUGHTY, the road from Kenmare Vecroo n, £3oo—each which laid Tenders and Proposals must lodged with previous the hour of 2 o’clock on THURSDAY, th
14 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSAULTS ON WOMEN.

ASSAULTS ON WOMEN.

ASSAULTS WOMEN. Mr, DILLWYN moved the second reading of the Aggravated Assaults Pill, the object of which is lo substitute, in cases assaults women, imprisonment from fourteen days lo t»vo months, Hogging, for six mouths imprisonmejiVwith-or without hard labour, which is provided
10 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLINASLOE MAY FAIR.

BALLINASLOE MAY FAIR.

Wednesday Evening, Five o’Clock. —The fair has turned out much better than was expected this morning. All animals in good condition met with ready sales rales about £1 or 15s. per head below these this time last year, ibis was not the case as regards light stock. In many, instan
10 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR RAILWAY.

OUR RAILWAY.

The valuators, who have already been engaged at tile Killarney end of this line, will shortly enter upon their labours upon the Tralee portion. The actual construction of the works of this Railway has been commenced most auspiciously. A correspon. dent says:— ■“ What appeared to
10 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

It is calculated that if seven battalions of the Land Trans* port Corps are retained—the number at present on, there will yet be mules and baggage am.nals fur sale, and camels. A great .portion of the pack animals would not repay the cost of transport to England. (From the Times
10 May 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland