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BIG Ail Y.

BIG Ail Y.

Upon thp judges taking their place? on the benoU Mrs- Mary Anne was called to the bar, and arraigned liir that she being the wife Anthony Galway, bad married John, the son of Inn Jon Scott, Esq., Cahetcon, in the county of Glare. The sa ccmd marriage was set forth having taken p
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YE3 TERDAV-

YE3 TERDAV-

At ten minutes to twelve o'clock the judges, Mr, Justice Vandelcur, and William C. Smith, toot their , seats on the bench. Several witnesses were theo sworn and scut before the grand jurv; soute nrisoners were then signed, rffler which I’atrick Moran .Mary Prcstagc were iudicti d
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
meeting to OPEN a WIOE-STREET FROM the LINEN-HALL to upper ormond-quay. to BE LET, I "'ROM the l»t of November

meeting to OPEN a WIOE-STREET FROM the LINEN-HALL to upper ormond-quay. to BE LET, I "'ROM the l»t of November

ncit, and immediate posses-4 »ion given, «he BREWERY and MALT-HOO* the Tovru of KILBEOGAN, lately held nemin". ... / <• There is a capital DweliingJtouse. wan about six *crea of Meadow Land attached to these Concerns. They aret situated a corn country; and branch of the Grand Ca
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ffaytt's Hotd, 13, DM*, October 19, 1833. THE TRUSTEES OF THE O TRIBUTE TO THE IRISH PEOP^- Fbixow-Cototryukn, THB fitting

ffaytt's Hotd, 13, DM*, October 19, 1833. THE TRUSTEES OF THE O TRIBUTE TO THE IRISH PEOP^- Fbixow-Cototryukn, THB fitting

period of the je«r b»s now the Collection of the Nation*! Annuity, grateful Ireland to indemnify for his pecuniary losses in her cause, her patriotic and powerful advocate, DANIEL O CON! NELL, M.P. By virtue, therefore, of our honorable trust, and in deference to your anxious wi
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIX THOUSAND POUNDS hour equally ignorant of hi* movement;. Whether in TO be Lent on Mortgage of Pee ample fi

SIX THOUSAND POUNDS hour equally ignorant of hi* movement;. Whether in TO be Lent on Mortgage of Pee ample fi

not, however, hi» caune very desperate. He pro. laid out a purchase of lands. bably, like a true Bourbon, waiting to tee what legitijnacv aill The Lender would undertake an Agency. Spun, the legitimatist* will not continue to W their (hr ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN Ireland! »pr
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE COERCION BILL—PREVENTION OF A MEETING.

THE COERCION BILL—PREVENTION OF A MEETING.

A meeting, by the Incumbent Pilltowa, to re. ceive proposition regarding the arrangement of titbe, hat been prevented, under the provisions of the Coercion Bill The particulars are stated in the subjoined letter, addrened to the Waitrford Chronicle ; At I perceive you have notic
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLICS IN INDIA.

CATHOLICS IN INDIA.

Surprise has been expressevl, persons unacquainted with jW subject, at the anxiety mauifesK d Mr. O'Cotineli, Mr. O'Dwyer, and other Irish members, during the progress dr Indit Charter Bill, regarding the condition of the Catho■t portion of the population in that vast region. Th
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARON* SMITH.

BARON* SMITH.

At the rate »t which poor Baron Smith proceeds, his speeches will hare a celebnlj equal to Lord as soon can infuse little power oaiiucamt into them. They are already amuhsukrehus," and hare, therefore, eminently for their forego," thekt' qtticquui Aommes," with this single excep
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION ASD TABLE-TALK.

FASHION ASD TABLE-TALK.

bills which were sent up the grand jury, at the prosecution of Mrs. Darling, against Doctor Johnson, charging him with felonious assault, were on Monday ignored. Mrs. Hughe* Ball has gone to the Continent to reside permanently. Mr. Hughes Ball has lately quitted Paris for Brusse
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—Monoxv.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—Monoxv.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE Monoxv. During the past week oar market abundantly supplied with every description of grain, nearly all the fine samples which were readily disposed cf, the inferior qualities, particularly of wheat and barley, remaining over till today, when the supply from
30 October 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland