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Ml OS TABLE-TALK. On Friday tae Marehionea WcDecley. and Mica Cason attended the celebration the high mam in the Church

Ml OS TABLE-TALK. On Friday tae Marehionea WcDecley. and Mica Cason attended the celebration the high mam in the Church

the Conception Marlboroagb-ctreet. Seat* within the railing of the altar were provided for the accommodation of the March ionevs and Mac Caton. The Rev. Mr. Hamilton, admintrtrator the parish, preached the sermon appropriate to the day. The rev. gentleman, attended the verger of
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAOISTBKUL ALLBGED MUKOBft AT MOIRA, b «ur l«t paper gara the of aa which took piaoo. al the BeUaat iiaaonro,

MAOISTBKUL ALLBGED MUKOBft AT MOIRA, b «ur l«t paper gara the of aa which took piaoo. al the BeUaat iiaaonro,

Oa galurdaf, and which Jed ibe<lrteuti>o aaaoaod bit wffe, from Moira, on Iha chaitte of murder. Monday number of magi*. trite* awtmWed in the grand jury room the court-house, for the purpern of bearing additional evidence, and deciding what courae vaa propar adopt towards the p
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1833.

DUBLIN: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1833.

04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEST INDIES.

THE WEST INDIES.

We peceive, our file of Dcmerara papers to the loik Sept., that the principal objection of the coloais's to the bill for the emancipation of the slaves Is thus expressed « WTty should the owners be much sooner deprived of the services of the artisans and domestic slaves, than of
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to those persons towhom they relate—Globe.

to those persons towhom they relate—Globe.

to those persons they relate— Globe. THE FUNDS. London, —The few transactions which r.«e been made today in Consols have caused slight alteration the better ; and for the Account the quotation is to j. chequer Bills are 355. to 375. premium. Foreign securities continue steady. Fo
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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LAST DAYS Of THE fACTION. THE STATUE. Uuly «be liberation of *ome Cotboiie*, im- may to the ei-juitice tbepMee uddra

LAST DAYS Of THE fACTION. THE STATUE. Uuly «be liberation of *ome Cotboiie*, im- may to the ei-juitice tbepMee uddra

by of certain c!aa», the North, for ° oraDgeiDe[l know, that the Dublin F , . . , ■ . . Corporation, though they not paid the Recorder last half present Irish ffovernmenttoo , . , . 1 S • year t salary, bare expended fire pounds painting the ttatue for the offence, because it li
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. STEELE.

MR. STEELE.

Mr. Steele's able letter in our next. ARTISTS’ AND AMATEURS’ CONVERSAZIONE. TKe quarterly mecling of tliii intorealing Society took place •o Friday kut, the Uuckley Hotel, Sackvillc-street. The ittendance was not numerous on firmer occasions, nor acre tto specimens of art many—t
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

Of daughter, at Bal.uaa, the seat of her husband, Chailes O’Couoell, JVI.P. fur tiie county Kerry, Kate, the second daughtar of Daniel O’Connell, M.P. for the city Dublin. In Mount Radford Park, the lady Captain Cardt or, R. E., o'a non. At Lattcmerstown, the lady of die Rer. Th
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tlaroh, and pavj

tlaroh, and pavj

tlaroh, and NAPOLEON. TO THE EMPRESS, AT THE WATERS OF SAVOY. Rambol'illet, July Btu, 1810.—My dear Josephine, ha- ived letter of the 3d July. You have, recei' your , presume, seen Bugeuc, which must have been a great pleasure you. lam very glad hear that you have derived benefit
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EMPRESS, AT NAVARRE.

TO THE EMPRESS, AT NAVARRE.

My dear Josephine, see no objection to the marriage of Madame dc Mackau and General Valtier. He is a worthy and brave man. ant quite well. 1 hope the Empress will present me with a son. shall let you know soon. Adieu, dear Josephine. ant glad to heartbat Madame d'Arberg has fold
04 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland