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THIS DAY’S MAIL.

THIS DAY’S MAIL.

THE TREATY BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE PORTE. (from the private correspondence of the times.) Constantinople, Sept, la— The knowledge of the treaty between Russia and the Porte has at last become publ.c. The following is an abstract of it. It U dated the Blh of July, being according
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF IRELAND—\VAR_REp E a The prospect of war, which now evidently approsrt,. gives additional urgency to considerations connected state

STATE OF IRELAND—\VAR_REp E a The prospect of war, which now evidently approsrt,. gives additional urgency to considerations connected state

of Ireland, and ought excite stimulated exertions the present government to repair the blunders of the ' We shall say no more at present than this that »e tnos the dispositions the Irish people—we know the sympath, for Ireland evinced in America, we are the best fneni British co
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O’CONNELL—REPEAL.

MR. O’CONNELL—REPEAL.

IRISH CORPORATORS AND UNIONISTS. 0* Wednesday published an authorised contradiction The corporation inquiry, honestly and effectively as it ap,( an insinuation put forward the Freeman's Journal pears to be followed up, will clearly demonstrate to the the Evening Mail, that Mr. O
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE JUDGES WITH EPAULETTES!

THE JUDGES WITH EPAULETTES!

The five Lieutenant- Colonels employed under the coercion hill in Ireland, have just received a notification that their judicial services arc longer required, and that their allowances will accordingly cease. More of those officers had been dispensed with some months since. PUBL
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHES IN THE PARISH OF CAHER.

TITHES IN THE PARISH OF CAHER.

The Clonmel Advertiser (a Tory paper) states that the magistrates appointed by government to investigate the charges preferred the parishioners of Caber against the Holland Rev. Thomas Cavendish, have declared that they were unfounded. The accusations were, that he (Mr. Cavendis
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS.

STATE OF SPAIN. can add almost nothing to the information which w« yesterday communicated respecting the of the ciril war in Portugal, and the apprehensions of similar struggle iu Spain. We say appreheiui/ms, because we can scarcely reckon the partial disturbances iu Biscay the
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A slight movement took place and \itloria THE TITHE PAPERS! but was momentarily subdued. adjourned meeting of the parish of

A slight movement took place and \itloria THE TITHE PAPERS! but was momentarily subdued. adjourned meeting of the parish of

Killeavv was held The gardes corps, who were formerly dismissed, are now at Camlpugh, on Monday, the 7tb instant, Ibr (be (Htrpose of »ery active throughout the frontier provinces, circulating pro- putting the parish under the tithe composition got The clamalious of Don Carlos,
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SMUGGLING THROUGH THE EMBASSIES.

SMUGGLING THROUGH THE EMBASSIES.

The late expose of the smuggling system through the medium a foreign embassy, has, hear, led further discoveries, of wholesale description, on the part an employe connected with another diplomatist's establishment. Some eases of Champagne arc stated form the gravamen the offence
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF GROCERS—MR. O’CONNELL. H£til»7 there was numerous and respectable meeting cf grocers Dublin held in the Commercial BuilH- The

MEETING OF GROCERS—MR. O’CONNELL. H£til»7 there was numerous and respectable meeting cf grocers Dublin held in the Commercial BuilH- The

object of this meeting was to consider the mein-' of counteracting the injury attempted be done the establi-hment with which tlie name one of Mr. ConneU's family is connected. Mr. Wm. FiTZCATRts k. of Oamc-Hreet, was in the chair. Mr. Msicciina proposed the first resolution, exp
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAINT MICHAN’S PARISH—CHURCH RATES.

SAINT MICHAN’S PARISH—CHURCH RATES.

Several of the inhabitants ol Saint Msclvan’s parish were yesterday Arran-quay police-office. in snintuonses the ehiirehwardens for nonpayment res*. Mr. \t illiaro North, sen., churchwarden, stated, that conwpienee of the indisposition of Counsellor M'Donagh, the rhurch wardens
18 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland