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MANIFESTO OF HER MAJESTY TUF, QUEEN REGENT.

MANIFESTO OF HER MAJESTY TUF, QUEEN REGENT.

Oppressed as I with grief for the sudden loss of my august consort and sovereign, nothing hut sense of duty, to which all sentiments of the heart must yield, could induce me to break silence. Tire feelings of uncertainty which always attend upon the commencement of a new reign,
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEST INDIES.

THE WEST INDIES.

The Leeward Islands mail has arrived, and by letters receded learn that in Vincent and Dominica a good deal of dissatisfaction existed among the negroes at not receiving immediate and unqualified emancipation, and many them taid that they would prefer iheir present situation to
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DECREASE IN THE SUPPLY OF SHEEP.

DECREASE IN THE SUPPLY OF SHEEP.

It will be seen by reference to an account of the great Falkirk Tryst (the Balliuasloc of Scotland) which copy from the Scotsman of Saturday, that there was, compared with the last fair, a very considerable diminution in the supply of sheep, in consequence of which prices rose a
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MINISTRY.

THE MINISTRY.

Lords Palmerston and Holland and Mr. Stanley remain in town. The remainder the ministers are absent at differcu’ places in the country Court Journal IRISH REVENUE. The London papers announce that the Irish revenue acroiu is for the quarter h ft not yet been made up. The quarterl
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TERMS OF REPEAL.

TERMS OF REPEAL.

A sensible and able journal, die Nevmj Examiner, has been calling upon Mr. O’Connell fora plan” of Repeal. cannot comprehend what our respected and truly respectable colemporary requires this. Who ever heard Mr. O'Connell called upon for “plan” for emancipation? He demanded unqu
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DEBT! THE DEBT!

THE DEBT! THE DEBT!

The first question asked us by a shrewd and weli-informed friend »hon the Repeal was started was—“ What will be done with the Irish debt ?" Relief has fallen in tropical showers upon England since the war; and whenever a word has been whispered as the claims or necessities of Ir
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETURN OF CAPTAIN ROSS.

RETURN OF CAPTAIN ROSS.

The following letter has been received by Augustus Godhy, Esq., Secretary of General Post-off.co : Post-office, Peterhead. October 12. Sir —The ship Clarendon, Leith, arrived r.T this port this evening, from Davis Straits, the captain of which sent on shores note to one of our w
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

attended the theatre Monday night wish feelings of sorrewhat high-raised expectation to the personation the crooked-backed tyrant, the son of him who achieved sueh awful and terrible triumphs over the passions in the character. We found the house much better filled than usual, e
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LUBLIN CORVEXCHANOI, YurrFsrA*.

LUBLIN CORVEXCHANOI, YurrFsrA*.

There was lul a mo-ierate »i'|iplv of wheal marlct which si.ld rather freely nl the prhic* of ln-t week. were more plentiful, and ciiuiisrc from currency of la»t market. Barley was frond supply, and inaltino ready aale at the prices of Friday, but (rrindinfr ottd inferior dull,
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EMPRE 3, AT MALMAISON

TO THE EMPRE 3, AT MALMAISON

TO THE 3, AT Paris, Thursday I have received your letter, my dear Josephine, and am sorry hear that you are ill. lam afraid this bad weather affects you. Madame de T one o( the greatest fools iu the Faubourg. 1 have endured her tongc until 1 am tired of it, and 1 have now given o
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland