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DISTURBANCES (IRELAND) DILL

DISTURBANCES (IRELAND) DILL

The order the having bien ie«d for the house going into committee on th** abi ve bill, 1.0 d ALTHOU1 1 that the Speaker now (he chair. The question hieing been put, Mr. COBBETT said, this hill had been brought into ihe other house of pailismcm one Englishman, and be. recooQOicnd
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA TAX

THE CHOLERA TAX

The following letter has been lecvifed l»y the arcre'.ary of the grand jury Mr. Stanley. Our reader* will recol!eel that petition praying relief from the excessive local taxation to which this .small county is liable, and wheels this year considerably inc crsrd the expanses it •
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
- THE PILOT. CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.-

- THE PILOT. CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.-

20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
u.ove iL. -e grtevaoccs tune c«tkii icio with that srn«« wrung in the I cart the peasantry, which b«sg*»en free

u.ove iL. -e grtevaoccs tune c«tkii icio with that srn«« wrung in the I cart the peasantry, which b«sg*»en free

tlo'jut-r.ce to tiic agt(ator*.|el tale that place which the agitator hat cccopied too long ia Ireland, a» d she that U is disposed the feeling, and redress the grievances c.f the peuple—let tn« government do this, and, so far ray entertaining any rtsytumvei towards it» ODembets
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MFF.riNG OK PROTESTANT CLERGY

MFF.riNG OK PROTESTANT CLERGY

MFF.riNG PROTESTANT CLERGY T'e .l/ur| o* last n'ghi c*>niuins several ♦ ten M p , ,e*l'ng th« eVrgymen of the /•»• Id in Cathed al. These are •^ f«*ed the sn* of “the Church lielard*'' ••the ki.f--" the si of Canterbury/* and others, on« which they exclaim again*! the new plan fo
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK ASSIZES.

CORK ASSIZES.

At th* city Co’k la«ly n.meJ Mr*. V, foot wa« with stealing in bank note* fron •riling.h. Mr. Scanlan, in that city. A’ur • rk*aed inv*«| Ration the lady was a quitted. At th. * the How ( Kits-erald.) who charged a rrspeetablf • t» w-th wanting bun to set to the Bi>bo,» f- s p4U
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV ROBERT TAYLOR

THE REV ROBERT TAYLOR

Mr. M. PHILLIPS petition Manch*.»• ter, nutnirously ; .«:d, praying that the lice. Robert Taylor, now confined in ngt i-lane j*;!. Surrey, for blaspheiny, be and eiprca«ing the confidence it pelinoncia that lb*? Cbiitiian religion could mvcrbeb. rufited persecution stun ibat aga
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COEN EXCH ANCE /

DUBLIN COEN EXCH ANCE /

DUBLIN COEN ANCE / Thi*re was Mihrr a kbort supply ftL kinds of gram day** market, with rather demand for wheat at ad* vane |>«r barrel. Oata and bar ley selling same ter Tt« a« I »t week, with the esc- pi ion of kite mailing barley, which in some instances dearer. Wheat (miller*
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Monnsr

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Monnsr

The supply of wheat being amall this morning, and hiring a df.iand for Northern market well as by the io« mil* lers, the best runs from Essex. Kent, and Suffolk, met ready sale at la. 6i quarter advance, and the goed tH sold II this, while for the pickled ssaaplra of 2s. 6d may
20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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20 March 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland