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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE COMMONS— (cOKTIKt'ZO r»Jt-MOSD*r - » rU-T.) TITHES. ■ ALTHORP obterzitj lha; ih* boo. ood lesooed for Dublin b*d rerjr properlj noticed tbat it «•* not prop-wod retolution to include the lay impropriator. w»» intended only apply to the clerical porerwra u4 He (Lord Althorp
19 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTBLUGBNiB

SPORTING INTBLUGBNiB

CURRAGH JUNE MEETING-Feimt. Kinc 1 * Flaw oflOO;*. for Ao. weight 10r,,, a... old, «t» 4 yr» old, 8»i ilb; yr» old. ' miU-e j t.i mates and geldinfa. , Lord Porurlington't 3 airnnk, Roll,, . onlly) Mr. Kelljr'stro, 4 old Loid Miltowti'a Cinnamon, jitaold Captain' D« Moaimonnoy's
19 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
year vear^ the «lait .»oriprinally appropnateu temporal bishop, lie pleaded, had a right to let the lease run out. f

year vear^ the «lait .»oriprinally appropnateu temporal bishop, lie pleaded, had a right to let the lease run out. f

jjg establishment. The recognition of this It appeared to him that the amendment would reader the clause e essential to the legitimacy of any measure of temimpiTunicahle. church reform. It that without which not even a com- Colonel PERCEVAL said that the lion, and learned gen- m
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

The Right Rev. Dr. Abraham administered the sacrament of confirmation a very great number of children and adults the parish of Ballyneal, Tuesday •te’Uieght. The Rev. Mr. Burke addressed (be congregation the occasion in most excellent aeftaon, which seemed to produce very bencli
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCTIONS AND ALTERATIONS'in ARMY. We find folluwinj; the projected and in the army, in protinoiaJ paper wliiyh is generallv well

REDUCTIONS AND ALTERATIONS'in ARMY. We find folluwinj; the projected and in the army, in protinoiaJ paper wliiyh is generallv well

informed open such eubjeels. realtor will observe that the abolition the Hospital at Kilmninlrars, and the Hibernian School, was stated us auiue days since ; The committee in London now sitting' on the naval and military ospenditure intend sweepins reductions. Tbnae who •h.ave b
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINERAL ZAFFERIA for Billing decated teeth, without paim, heat, or , INCORRODIBLE TEETH, WITHOUT WIRES, SPRINGS, ANY OTHER LIGATURES. _

MINERAL ZAFFERIA for Billing decated teeth, without paim, heat, or , INCORRODIBLE TEETH, WITHOUT WIRES, SPRINGS, ANY OTHER LIGATURES. _

.h PATROKI3ED BY HIB MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING OF HOLLAND AND THE MESSRS. RUBY* AND LEWEY JOURDAIN, 8U R G EON-D »?N TI STS, FROM GERMANY, Who ». up their Rwdenw «t SJy. -■> their lung-l.ied, end o,»er«lly e.teem«! jjjvgßAL IV ORY ZAFFERIA, , . . »nd miuiy ye»r». Be«uty tad
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

In London, Daniel, son of R. Willis, Esq., of Hall, Lancashire, to Amelia, daughter of Ficlden, Esq., M. P. Lloyd Vaughan Watkins, Esq., M. P. for Breoknock, to Sophia Louisa Henrietta, daughter of Sir G. Poeockc, Bart. Tralee, Mr. William Carter, to Ann, daughter of the late Mr
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UI'BLIN MARKE F>r iJw llstA J ,T NOT fmte FROM 0 0 6 6 5 0 0 E, 1833. TO

UI'BLIN MARKE F>r iJw llstA J ,T NOT fmte FROM 0 0 6 6 5 0 0 E, 1833. TO

31 6 6 19 0 0 AVER. 0 00 0 9 7 10 2 317 Wheat, per barrel. stone Bore ... 16-, Bariev ... 16 1649 Oats’ ... 14 lj's3 Flour, per cart. 9 577 Oatmeal ... SOLD TO BAKEM ONLY. cwt. Flour ... ... |l4 0)19 0 16 Average Price of Wheat and Flour, 40s. M. per sack. d • ...... ( Ist, from
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FANATICAL IMPOSTURE.

FANATICAL IMPOSTURE.

At Rapelj’s Ferry, few miles down the lake ( Lake Seneca), on the western bank, are the remains of pier from which celebrated Jemima Wilkinson proved the faith of her followers. She had collected them for the purpose of seeing her walk across the lake, and addressing them, while
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIOT AND DESTRUCTION OF THE PIER AT

RIOT AND DESTRUCTION OF THE PIER AT

GRAVESEND. On Saturday the Gravesend pier hill, which has been long and pertinaciously opposed the Watermen’s Company and the watermen of Gravesend, passed the committee of Urn Lords, all attempts to conciliate the watermen giving them other employment having failed. As soon the
28 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland