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THE LATE INSURRECTION IN SPAIN,

THE LATE INSURRECTION IN SPAIN,

The following is extract from private letter, dated Corunna, May 1 ; The insurrection from unknown causes has terminated moat tragically, after an action sustained with heroism unequalled. The light lasted from 9 in the morning till 6in the evening, when, for want of ammonitioo,
13 May 1846 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
the KERRY EVENING

the KERRY EVENING

MOVEMENT FOR UN- PROTESTANTISING GREAT BRITAIN. From th» Eeeitini) Packet.) It is not without Rood reason that Dr. Wiseman, the sleek and sly arch-Jesuit of EnßlanJ, aelected Mr. Ohislialm Anstcy. professor of jurisprudence in hi« seminary or. as himself styles it, after the mod
15 December 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
WHAT WILL THE LORDS DO ?

WHAT WILL THE LORDS DO ?

Th« confidential friend, and even patron of Marlbo- THE CHURCH. w _ _ . ih. a#-;; i rou<|h, the able minuter, and skilful nprisht financier; TH . .«rMi>.awr.o _ ntmi enneeaa -ram «to j „ . . —7 WUUUI, WILL, AND MUST BE A f From tie Mail.) in fact . of the finance , of Great Brit
13 May 1846 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ARREST OF MR. JAMES F. LALOR.

ARREST OF MR. JAMES F. LALOR.

Arrbst or Mr. J. F. Lalor.—On Tuesday Mr. Lalor arrived in BomsoUigh. where be addressed au immense crowd in most seditious ard treusouable language. informing them that 100,000 men, with - and brave hearts bad joined Mr. Smith who was on his way to the provinces to take p uteMi
02 August 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TIE REYOUTIOI II FRiICE. hare received cunnrdiaary express the P*A p»pe« of Monday, with oar private dated oTaock °Tbr»e jonmali

TIE REYOUTIOI II FRiICE. hare received cunnrdiaary express the P*A p»pe« of Monday, with oar private dated oTaock °Tbr»e jonmali

and let ten annonnes the perfect re-e»Ubli«h. meat of tnnqaiUUy in the eapiul, and the arrival from the departsieaU. They refer, however, le outrage* in the ricicily of the metropolis, in an especial m.nMr at Rouen, wham the political agitation was made the pretext for burial dc
04 March 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
RUN OX THE SAVINGS' BANKS.

RUN OX THE SAVINGS' BANKS.

RUN THE SAVINGS' BANKS. appears that the agents of Messr*. Mitchel, O'Brien, ami tlir rnt of the iniiirrcctinnists, are busily through the i country in eneonrafiing the delusion which has causes) a run on tlie S ninjs’ Ranks. The money drawn is immediately converted into {cold, s
19 April 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION,

AUCTION,

ELEGANT FURNITURE, Carriage and Horaet, Farming Stock and Implements' dec.> AT BiUIHACOURTT GLEBE, AVIASCALL. THE SUD'CEIREK has Instruction, from she Re». linv.iN >K.\s to Sell onTIIURSr.vy.tho 20 « f APRIL nest, the entire of hit HOUSEHOLD PURMItUF, OATS, HAY. CATILE aad FARMI
19 April 1848 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWFOUNDLAND SURROUNDED WITH ICR.

NEWFOUNDLAND SURROUNDED WITH ICR.

Newfoundland dates of the 22<l May state that the whole island was surrounded by lea. rendering it aiapprnoehabU f.r vcaaelt. The tteamer, with the bishop (ward, euald not reach it. The passengers wen obliged to disembark, and walk SC miles the ice before they could reach the la
23 June 1849 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
APPBENTICES.

APPBENTICES.

Mr. O'Cornell went on to denounce the conduct of the Tredes, in limiting the number apprentices which employers shall take. This called interference with another man’s right, and threatened that the Romish I’riests would not administer the Sacrament to those who combined for.-th
13 January 1838 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
be cb&tCtcd el«ottd. Note on John 1., Hebiew 1.—" All Protestant Clergy are thieves, murderers, and ministers of the devil;

be cb&tCtcd el«ottd. Note on John 1., Hebiew 1.—" All Protestant Clergy are thieves, murderers, and ministers of the devil;

leaders of rebellion against the lawful authoiity of the the Catholic Priests thev are engaged in damnable revolt against the Ptiests of Goa’s Church, which is the banc of our days ant? country." Oil Mark iii., 12.—As the devil, acknowledging the Son of God, was bid hold his pea
04 May 1839 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland