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ARREST OP .MR WALSH

ARREST OP .MR WALSH

Teste-day, Mr. John Walsh, his arrival from Trim, where was have been tried for attending anti-tithe was arrested Peace-officer Irwin, of the Head Police-* Ifice, and brought before the magistrates, under a warrant ehrrfing him with having, on the I2th of st, sick n a f.lae acar
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

Hit the Lord Lieutenant will proceed to the theatre in state, for the first lime tbit season, Monday evening QUARTER SESSIONS PROBATE BILL. Government, I informed, are disposed to g«ve twrry support Mr. in b't quarter sessions prolate bill- They approve of i* entirely, and the I
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORDER S COURT.

RECORDER S COURT.

Yesterday, great number of persons were tried for petty off nee«, but little anything interesting took place- A man named Thomas Byroe, who had been employed guard S . James's churcb-ys*d from bod >-snatchers, was being himself in raising a corpse *1 ground, and sentenced scren
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONGFORD ASSIZES TITHE TRIALS

LONGFORD ASSIZES TITHE TRIALS

| At the Longford Ass before Mr. Justice Moore. Thomas O Reilly, E q , was indicted for having conspired prevent the payment of liihes The case for the crown was attempted supoorted the evidence of two or three of the ce. Mr. D y. counsel 'or the traverser, contended that the co
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY—MR. STEELE.

KILKENNY—MR. STEELE.

There waa a meeting in Kilkenny a few Jays ginre, and resolution* were adopted, recapitulating, with gnat force, the atrocities of the meditated Algerine Whig bill, Pierce S. Butler, E«q., in the chair. One revolution is worth particular notice, at this juncture, relating, it do
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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COUNTY CLARE ASSISES.

COUNTY CLARE ASSISES.

•«*»«« Monday, bcfor* »h® Hon. B«ron »beo the following were sworn on ihe grand jury ;_ Crofton Moore Vind'lour , foreman ; Sir A. Fitigerald. Bart.; S:r Hugh l>. M«t«v ( Bart. ; Lucius O'Brien* Thomas Browne, O M P* ; A. Suckpoole. John M Andrew Fmucane. Francis Gore, sen.; Sin
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF IRELAND.

STATE OF IRELAND.

Extract from the speech the Rev. Cuaslxs BorTfK,' the meeting of the Cootervauva Society on Saturday laal: 1 am anxious show (he misery of the country, and the consequent agitation are on caoset far different (tom the existence of the church establishment, there being twenty-*wo
01 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECALL OF SIR GEORGE HILL*

RECALL OF SIR GEORGE HILL*

We htar Sti G«*m Fi sgeiald Kill »• fcallod from the government of St. Vineent't, to which was appointed by Str George Muiray vtll rtcolUcted that tbe »ud ihtt Right Hon Baronet went out the West Indus bit vat placed the civil list, from ‘he receives annual allowance 4671. Capta
06 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
K'NGSTOWN RAILWAY VALUA- INQUIRY. Tlj® DuKlirt and Kiiiguiown Valuation nuirv yeiter-lar, i» .Morri*son’a » ,m - ' ,r - '

K'NGSTOWN RAILWAY VALUA- INQUIRY. Tlj® DuKlirt and Kiiiguiown Valuation nuirv yeiter-lar, i» .Morri*son’a » ,m - ' ,r - '

«‘ * P «*' a< »' * , r ttip n-Rl. SlifruT. The attendance ~ ihl>*, ii<i:luiii:i£ -everal g< ntleim-n ~ J with the Kiiali-.li railway companie*. After tome preliminary amngemenla had been lhrw»gt>. Mr. »;nj appeared counsel for ,1,,. and Kmg.towii railway company, and l,r rose ju
06 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WM. BRABAZON.

WM. BRABAZON.

Mr. DWYEK he had received twenty lings from Mr. Lnghnan, 'or VoSun:e«rs in He nett read letter from Mr. Fa fey, Liferpoo), meaiion that thera werr signatures to the pelt non against thff eoercife measures. Mr. DWYER neit read letter from Omagh, respecting thirty mm who were shou
06 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland