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RAILWAY BXCUaEiQW. W •A*' It Ikti* more &*'%'}«* ArtMThe owO-proprirtof* in Ah southern neighborhood of Etfinboigti c««vl«tod • *Lort Hide

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farffe forwftri! the r«mT»r» fcodr u|> tn front, to ihtw SWwnafcij atoei%ssttbe rot, on* Mr. John chwoctff, (the oumfer io«««» U»t nn—». *?** railway for the traßsportaboa of theirHx*) to lie capital, - WaWy-euMvatod Ferguaon, a ho, be it well understood, baa not jet the care th
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONTHLY ARMY OBITUARY.

MONTHLY ARMY OBITUARY.

M.uob- Generals Biuks, h. p. R. Marines, London Oot. 17. Liectena-VT-Colonei.B —Vaughan, 98th Foot, Cape of Good Hope; Congreve, h. p. 70th Foot, Dunkerque, Sept. Majou —Wctherall, Ist battalion Ist Foot, Dominica, August 7. Captains —Evans, 9th Foot; Clemente, Royal Marines, Oc
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

In Listowrl, of spoplex}’, the Rer. Th< ma« W'Donough, P. P. of F.enes. The death of ibis venerable ti okrgyman was sudden and unexpected, and is source of deep and lasting affliction to bis numerous and respectable relatives and friends. At Bundoran, Daniel Eldon, youngest son
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
been rewired. Montreel, money bad become more »)> dant, and complaint* relative scarcity were lea The Bank having recently, however,

been rewired. Montreel, money bad become more »)> dant, and complaint* relative scarcity were lea The Bank having recently, however,

decreased it* discount,*, wa* feared renewal of the inconvenience already mention would again occur. The auction sale* were well attended Accounts in the Quebec Papers from St. Paul’, j Eboulmente, and Mal-bay, are very diicouraging respen, ' harvest Wheat, owing the frosts, was
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTPORT PETIT SESSIONS—FRIDAY, OCT. 25.

WESTPORT PETIT SESSIONS—FRIDAY, OCT. 25.

?? PETIT SESSIONS-F4LrD AY, O P4 SC. (Adjourned from Thqrsday.) m- Magistrates ?? Clendining, FjitzgeraI4. gig- ri gins, and Mlathias Mardoiynell,- Esrs HOUSE H411EAlijliSq 4ND R0O551i4Y. 0. Huigh and Patt M'Cullogh~were placed at the bar, in otis. hetody of the police, eb~arged
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR OCTOBER.

WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR OCTOBER.

WATERRORD AGRICULTURAL IEPORT FPRm' - : OTOB . | as E&Ueacling -through. the C'oagies of, Woterford, Tipperar~', Oil Kilhenneg d..WarOi *At this period-anpproaehiug thxe dreary confines of win- he ter, there is but little'that claims .the notice of the agriculta- :ed ral journali
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEAT:RE ROY AL Last Week but one of the engagement of Mr. WALLA T HIS PRESENT FR4DAY, Novemberltheir a- 1 ties' Servants will 'perform] THE WARDEN OF GAL WAY. 'Written by the Rev. Edward Groves. 'Walter Lynch, Mr Caleraft; Roderick Lynch, MrWallack; Connor, Air Pritchard; Domini
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTAIN ROSS.

CAPTAIN ROSS.

C A -P-AIN R - As everycircumstance relating to this enterprising officer must prove interesting to the public, at a time when the providential preservation of himself and his brave companions pois the theme of genser sation, we have extracted the following notices from cn Marsh
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFRAY AT SANDHURST.

AFFRAY AT SANDHURST.

AFFRAY AT SANDHURST, An account ha\'ing recently been published, charging the young genitlemen at Sandaurst College with having stopped ithe Southampton coach, and assaulted the passengers, by hrowing stones at them, Sir Charles Paget has thought it right to draw up the following
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1833.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1833.

Irtit 4vrtinant'0 vourtatL I D BLIN: FRIDAY, NO VEMBER 1, l I33. The intelligence from Lisbon proves to be substantially correct. Don Miguel's army has been harassed and routed during the whole of its retreat to Santarem by the Queen's forces. He lost 1000 men on the two first da
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland