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IMPORTANT NEWS FROM SPAIN. (FROM SECOND EDITION OF THE COURIER THURSDAY. that an express has arrived from Paris, where telegraphic

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM SPAIN. (FROM SECOND EDITION OF THE COURIER THURSDAY. that an express has arrived from Paris, where telegraphic

dispatch has been received, the 24th 25tb, from Madrid, via Bayonne, and that Saarsfield had come up with the insurgents, dispersing them in all directions, where csuld find them. Four o’Ci.ock. Wc also learn that the Queen has accepted the resignation of Zea Bermudez, and has a
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.

SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.

Tlie American papers contain notice of a movement in New York the slavery question. meeting waa called by some individuals in that city for the purpose organizing a society for the immediate abolition of slavery. When the time arrived, however, it was deemed prudent the persons
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY’S MATH

THIS DAY’S MATH

have received the Pari* papers of Thursday, however, contain nothing relating to Spain addition ih, news of the preceding day. The defeat the Monk MeHo., and other Carlist bands General Saarsfield, who Miranda on 27th, and was expected to reach VrttorU sod on the 28th, has prove
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
aod iuJopendence, bus as

aod iuJopendence, bus as

bus as j*H)saiioiB for faervicefe aclLal! youth and vigor our protect his feeble age from If we can trace civilized nations antiqui often the instrument despot, and humanity, fur v aggrandisement, with.what <.«mi>)acei tiiose asylums the have provided for men protect; and whom, d
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIKKTINO TO OPEN A WIDE-STREET FROM THE I LINEN-HALL TO UPPER ORMOND-QUAY. e»d Cabaut f ; WJ-E, the underpinned, Meetinff

SIKKTINO TO OPEN A WIDE-STREET FROM THE I LINEN-HALL TO UPPER ORMOND-QUAY. e»d Cabaut f ; WJ-E, the underpinned, Meetinff

of the » V Dublin, but more especially the InfalMm its Friends, Jr* Householders of St. Michan’s Parish, and the him with person Kartors of the Linen-Hall, in order to consider Maler, m -h measures may be agreed upon, for the purpose of abating the numerous nuisances in this imp
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A DETHRONED DESPOT.

A DETHRONED DESPOT.

find the following in Le Tcti/w, a Paris journal : Gustavus, the ex-King of Sweden, has at last emerged from the obscurity into which he had fallen, and appeared again before the world, tho author of a philippic against the liberty of the (press, printed at Aix-la-Chapello. His
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTS* I. t THB O-COKNKLL TRWOTf. TO THE RIGHT HON. E. J. LITTLETOI*, ESQ., * nl ?f CHIEF SECRETARY FOB

LETTS* I. t THB O-COKNKLL TRWOTf. TO THE RIGHT HON. E. J. LITTLETOI*, ESQ., * nl ?f CHIEF SECRETARY FOB

IRELAND. «>•*&«». C«A, to«*weße« , . . , *» <Jto CCwMieH Tribute, wbirh appeared la Tbursdir* Sa—l bold rt be the duty ewy who mshe* CknmA. It mil be rem that the tar the wlweQ to country, moke know to whose bends her lection ere the most splendid scale, and th«l feeling hut des
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS—Friday.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS—Friday.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS— Friday. market still continues extremely flat, *e reduce our quotations generally in all descriptions of cotton per lb. The Surats, by auction tins day, went off, for sueii part sold, at the same decline. The sales of the week, including American taken on specu
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COL'RT OF KING’S BENCH.

COL'RT OF KING’S BENCH.

COL'RT KING’S BENCH. being the finit da? of Mipliaelmaa Term, the were sworn before the Honorable Justice Mb'— GRAND JURV. AUcrman Richard Smyth, foreman; Alderman Thomas Abbott, Alderman Jacob West, Ablcnnan Arthur Perrin, A. Morrisson, Alderman Samuel Warren, Alderman George Ho
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

Sheridan’s matchless comedy. The Schml fir Scmdrl, was played on Saturday evening, Car the purpose of displaying Mr. Wallact's efficiency genteel comedy. The part of the rakish Charles Surface has been left with him since the retirement of Mr. Jones, and we believe that he is no
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland