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eonicicncr, will c*n y<n-r graves Ui« e'ul !•» done tfae bit wife had dietiaot of your country. I died Hiehard

eonicicncr, will c*n y<n-r graves Ui« e'ul !•» done tfae bit wife had dietiaot of your country. I died Hiehard

M. O'Ferrell, Eq . M.P, for tlw ct .11) KiHare Mr. said Kcllcher bad died of chuiert, tod hit wife wat then called, aad proved ihal the peltiioa which wat adopted of roiaearriage the Sallins meeting transnittied to him, and pae Ciots-eiamloed Mr. Georg* Bcrnett, K.C. 3he wai tea
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
% *f. > V. •5” * • *. ch*-** kH*‘wr«o L-n*han »rd Kantofk Tlity f»c«iU •l»»»rrd for the polic* wr»e

% *f. > V. •5” * • *. ch*-** kH*‘wr«o L-n*han »rd Kantofk Tlity f»c«iU •l»»»rrd for the polic* wr»e

anprv ; fbr 60 lb' diicb r»n off* op*>n ih»* police ; * pst| of police »*opp»d on i«> keen the woman who find Tho»nhi'»l ■»> d *!»« o*h»f part «rnt irsido lh« d :rh. Time pete •r%e'»l f*ignaia) at ibis t*rr.> tnr*p riant »b’ the as to 'ho pliill fr«>m *he m* the fi-Id, etunr. i.
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS. LCVOOIf WfDKFSCAT

THE FUNDS. LCVOOIf WfDKFSCAT

THE FUNDS. LCVOOIf The continues aery steady. Consols for Areouni ( and for money, lndia Stock. w with a and uncertain ket. Ex- 47a 4Ss. prem. India Bond* pr«m. In the Funign mat :h« ou-y rise in Portuguts* Scrip i* is quoted 5 dis. ; B*lg : 88 ; Dutch J : Colombian ; Greek ; Mex
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fashion and table talk.

fashion and table talk.

HOUSE OF COMMONS Tltt met >t tw«Wc o'clock. « • j . us Mr. WOOD prcKaicd peiitions from for lb# report of Sir Bor repeal of upon knowledge, and for legislative lboui • , '“. ..f« *“«• 10 ibal ignorance and poverty from araonget 1 lf d \Villi»® •PP f,k ■ 1 * *' % . . . Ibe people
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROPERTY TAX

PROPERTY TAX

Mr ROBINSON moved the appoiaeuient of as> leal commute* to revise tbe cxiating system of taxation, with a view to substitute property tax la lieu of tboat taxes that prne most heavily on productive industry. The boo. gentleoMa, in the aourec of long speech, detailed bis eiew> on
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS.

POOR LAWS—IRELAND. Notwitbstaading the of Mr, Suolej and Lon* Akhorp, that minister* had intention of proposing this yes* a poor lav for Ireland, lean), from good authority, that there is every probability of *ueh a measure being pro posed ere long. c»n easily understand ministe
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LO RD GREY A POTATO FACTOR!

LO RD GREY A POTATO FACTOR!

following singular paragraph appears in SHindert’ Afewa Letter, under the head ExoJuaive dealing in Dublin" About a fortnight aince, a boat load excallrnt potatoes were forwarded from Mr farm Bisbopseourt, county Kildare, the Grand Canal, for aala harbour. A factor had actually
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

An unexpected order was receited Limerick Sunday morning (or the Enniskillen Dragoons, to march next morn, jog, two days before the previous route, direct for Dublin, and net Newbridge, originally designed. On the time teceeion, there arrived an order lor the troops in garrison
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

' The Lord Bishop of Cotk has presented a son of Judgt Torrens to one of the livings in that diocese, vacant by the death of the Rev. Thomas St. Laurence. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, In tbr colon!ti markets there has been great stegntlion, owing to the important quciiions the Etat
29 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
moti * P ®P iottrftrtnet with ad•nisirtiioo joilie*’# •nd to lb< Tp •.! h*ra«ter. But did Baron Saiith my ia

moti * P ®P iottrftrtnet with ad•nisirtiioo joilie*’# •nd to lb< Tp •.! h*ra«ter. But did Baron Saiith my ia

which right honorable gentleman referred ? Smith ail the light hon. seeretary** araertiooa the oeaeadey rltr.ordioary power*. He said that ord»o*»y w * r * ,itc iufS!;,cnl 10 tranquillity. Hr OP) admitted ih.t tome para that abarge against him. but found Baron Smith bad d that c
08 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland