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A CARD. rfIHE GOVERNESSES of the ST. MICHAEL and ST. JOHN’S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOL Iw leave most re«[)cctfully to inform

A CARD. rfIHE GOVERNESSES of the ST. MICHAEL and ST. JOHN’S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOL Iw leave most re«[)cctfully to inform

their Friends and the PuWul, that the BAZAAKforthis interesting establishment held, u-ual, at Christmas. They give this early mi/cj/to preclude the interference of any similar effort in the emtse of Charitv, and to afford those ladies who so generously, and with so much ta-te, s
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING

MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING

OP THE CHARITABLE SOCIETY for RELIEF of SICK and INDIGENT ROOM KEEPERS. Royal Exciiange, Oct. 6, Sir DRURY JONES DICKENSON, High Sheriff, chair. / / IftrSTF.ES’ RETORT OF THE FUND. Donations rereined since last General Meeting, §th Aug., viz. : Per Messrs. Latouche (Tteaaurers)
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA—COTTON CROP.

INDIA—COTTON CROP.

Commercial advices from Bombay the of May, have arrived. The followin'? is an extract;— Our monsoon is now at hand, and little more than onehalf of the usual quantity cotton has as yet reached this. The crop is proved to much short of the lowest estimate that had been made of it
16 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHINA TRADE—SCO 1 L \ND.

CHINA TRADE—SCO 1 L \ND.

CHINA TRADE—SCO \ND. "The preparations making the merchants connected wish the Clyde for the opening up of the China trade are l!,» most extensive scale. Vessels destined exclusively for tk ) trade are building in the slop-building yards of Greenock aid Dumbarton, and one has bee
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
sun* NEWS.

sun* NEWS.

The Janie-i, from Mcmcl, f.,r Walerfonl, »iri> fhi.bcr, was wrecked the ult., between Mrgaviasey and Head, oa the coast of Cornwall—crew ainl j.art of cargo sated. The Soho, Salamander and city Waterford steamers, bearing the Queen Portugal and «uile, were »i< ‘doth, ail well, a
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONGRESS.

THE CONGRESS.

The breaking up of the conference at Munchengratz has occasioned excitement among the dealers in Foreign Stock. They never paid much attention it, fully conscious that it meant nothing; ami that, if any new project was on foot among 3 Northern Potentates, it would have been conc
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF IRELAND.

STATE OF IRELAND.

perceive that there is attempt the part of the hack of the Evening Post —whase ribaldry Lord Anglesey sanctioned by introducing the man, and quartering the paper upon the present Gorernment—to change his tactics, and pretend that the time has arrived in which he will found the v
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS FITZGERALD, ESQ. M.P.

THOMAS FITZGERALD, ESQ. M.P.

A correspondent in Dundalk informs us that the patriotic people in that town intend to give a public dinner the popular member for the county Louth, Mr. Fitzgerald. ANOTHER GREY APPOINTMENT. Earl Grey has, within these few days appointed one of his nephews, Mr. C. Grey, to the s
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD ANGLESEY’S ADMINISTRATION.

LORD ANGLESEY’S ADMINISTRATION.

On happening to turn over the file of the Freeman's Jnnrnal, «e found in publication of some days since the following sentence; Now that Lord Anglesey is no longer (hat ■ has deimrtcd from among us, we repeat n nutted, that, a man, he had many amiable, and some mhl, qualities."
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS.

THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS.

A simultaneous satisfaction seems to pervade the government journalists on both sides of tiic wafer, relative lha reception of the Marquess Wellesley the citizens of Dublin. The Courier congratulates itself that there was not the slightest indication of disrespect” offered to hi
02 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland