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DUBLIN CORPORATION—MIL O'CONNKLL.

DUBLIN CORPORATION—MIL O'CONNKLL.

DUBLIN CORPORATION— MIL O'CONNKLL. from different gu.li. tbs W«fc ; MrteiWll tr. SeotSdd. •Kcre the law allows the ol .tnile, tho<J-h the corporators there ire self elecUih Haer. or. ) hitrls the iwM the or Dublin. sole t» to bring the corp that state. That is object, and I have
16 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK,

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK,

Their Majesties arrived in London soon after one o’clock on Thursday Tl>e Kins: held a Chapter of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Bath. Lieutenant-Genera! Sir George Anson, Lieutenant-General Sir John Ormsby Vancieleur, and Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Dallas were intr
12 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T!IF . COnREiPO>DENCE ," . U« »« ia ijOod?n WKbMdov. hr*. « wig!* l produced -vim -n Londoa. avi have

T!IF . COnREiPO>DENCE ," . U« »« ia ijOod?n WKbMdov. hr*. « wig!* l produced -vim -n Londoa. avi have

«. journal*. The Thnas of Monday •°' 'l'.v more by parties. , raUmr. free o-ery part of Europe. feral ihov is * from the ..., General at Lor.don, F/anciaco Antomo aaso- JVJIHU... Swiarem. dated July 3, and pres toe f^ 0, the iotcrvievr betreeu Pairotrston Mister Viol, which, «u*
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFAIRS OF BFLGIVM

AFFAIRS OF BFLGIVM

AFFAIRS BFLGIVM hear that all the impenant of difference botweet) Holland and Ihdgiunihave bee* settled, though tiiore are sldl minor arrrngenionts o)icn. Hie government of tliis country pledged itself to maintain |>eace, and it will suecaed j it though have nodouht, it had been
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IT M'S

THE IT M'S

( onDOS, WftONESD.x t.~-The Kxchango is utterly inanimate this morning, and there is scarcely variation to nmc from the closing pviee* of yesterday, (.'onsols are at BHJ, both for money and for the aeeounl. Belgian J'tovk is 4* Four Consols ; Dido for Account 88^. THE INTERCEPTE
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, 'iw. • CASTLE SCRIBE -V. 4 MEATH The i* get out of. the dilctmtu j Th« of iririv Jorie*

, 'iw. • CASTLE SCRIBE -V. 4 MEATH The i* get out of. the dilctmtu j Th« of iririv Jorie*

h« long teen jk.v.,^ which pl«»d'Tvim>cUV bestowing two column* tun «t noon-day—we hare had It nouee . ia-otto publication oit O'Connell, when (he very same con-; of their piitie*. I. ha* been our duty was before htm, »wcit. tlie next publication, calUnl'county Meath Grand ury.
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHE ARREARS’ BILL.

TITHE ARREARS’ BILL.

On Monday the Tithe Arrears' Bill was in commuter util* House Commons, when Mr. Hume moved his smeriitrr"' for securing the repayment of the money advanced,by it chargeable on the temporalities of the 11 This amendment was lost. We give a report * upon the subject. the bill war-
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING OF BPAIN AT LAW*

THE KING OF BPAIN AT LAW*

The House of Lords, on Tuesday morning, »«■ ocoqird with appeal from the King of Spain against H-e • • * Co., for balance of piastres, awarded by made in 1814 and 1815, compensation for iniurtw d* liis kingdom by the French. Lords aiding tbr 1 r ceUor upon this were liie ex-Judg
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY OH BAYONETS.

MONEY OH BAYONETS.

MONEY BAYONETS. discussion upon the Tithe Arrears Bill, p evening, in the* House of Commons, Mr. CobbettauH- should either send money bayonets Ireland, prefer sending THE KING AND THE MINISTRY. The Ministers dine the King today 9t Wn&dsT Ohbt of Wednesday. FOUR NEW CARDINALS. Fro
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DAROX PENNEFATHER.

DAROX PENNEFATHER.

Th« foUowine ore the terms which the I.nminn p.ijicrs the conrluding part the conversation Monday regarding Boron Penncfather. being fuller than tie account nublislied VVednescloy, «e copy it: Mr. SHAW considered the introduction of the subject •ml the manner of it extremely iir
23 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland