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THE TRADES’ UNION.

THE TRADES’ UNION.

oV»seive the JUail and ilie Post, the enemies of the people and the lovers of mischief, begin to praise the 1 rades Union. What can this be for? sure there cannot treachery in the cimp What have any of its members done deserve the praise of the Mail and Post? Nowe will not belie
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

The yeaerd;.y announces tbe determination mini iers, at distant period after the assembling of p.ir h<i!iieot, to inkt thr whole of the stamp duty oh newspapers the authority Mr. Bulwar—[lt is quite true, believe, that, gentleman who interests himself upon the subject the fees u
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WHIGS AND TORIES

THE WHIGS AND TORIES

His Majesty's ineapables are I'eginning to feel (he utter impossibility of their retaining office, wiibout remodelling the- administration, and strengthening coalition with men of more experience in state alTaits. With this view, they have been making adirancis to Peel and bis p
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SINGULAR PROCEEDINGS IN THE JAMAICA

SINGULAR PROCEEDINGS IN THE JAMAICA

HOUSE ASSEMBLY. Ko». 7, lS3£._lni of there not being house ! Mr. ’.cent ibat the Speaker requested to tsk* Hie chair, and that the S rgeaol-Karras diapatehed the to taEe into custody all absent and tportinc inc miitrs. lie motion wa, agreed to, and the Sergeant accordioelj lock
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAWS.

POOR LAWS.

is said, what to sufficient authority, that s-n. the measures contemplated miniaters, for the amelioration of Ireland, that propoaition will be early made to farliamcnt on the subject of a poor rat*.
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SABBATH.

SABBATH.

MI CHAN’S PARISH—OBSERVANCE OF THE Yesterday there was a meeting of the cf Mi chan's parish, held in (he vestry, room, to consider the best means on forcing due onaercanoe of the Sabbath The CHURCHWARDENS in tbe chair. It was stated by one of churchwardens that ther had called t
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TDK ARMY.

TDK ARMY.

urdprstood that Major.General Sir Edward RUkrncy will leave Dublin for Kilkenny, to establiab bis head quarters in ihit city,.- • ' Captain Goldie, two Knsigr% and rank and file of the reserve, from ck on Monday, for the Cove of Cork, emha*k the Romney troop ship, Ij join the se
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

Tlirre seems to but little obstacle to tbe advance of Egyptian to Scutari, which is separated from Constantinople by a strait only one T.ile in width. The French papers even speculate the probable overthrow the present dynasty in Turkey, and the consolidation of Turkey and Egypt
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

The Njniph, , from Waterford io London, struck sunken on Mount’s 13 WtdoeMtay tT»g»»t, and Wvoi down. Ciew saved- he SasaoD-ib, Gartwood, Yirmoutli Bristol, was run down Soilljr, on the h instant, by P-o%;- drntia, Bence, from Liverpool to Da/ trr.outh. The mate and two the crew
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PROVISIONS

IRISH PROVISIONS

Although have continuance of frosty weather, and free of any arrivals of cither butter or bacon ibis week, cannot note the improvement in tire market ; the contrary, it flu, and purchases could made most descriptions of the former rather under our quotations. For bale and liercc
30 January 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland