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_— LA REPORT:

_— LA REPORT:

08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROM. THE CORPORATION WEAVERS. •The cleputalion from the Corporation Weavers pro. to the Viceregal I

ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT FROM. THE CORPORATION WEAVERS. •The cleputalion from the Corporation Weavers pro. to the Viceregal I

edge the Park Wednesday, I and having been introduced into the Audience Chamber, the following address was read by the Master, Hugh 1 Ksq. jw- To hi* Excellency Rickard Colley Marquis tlksUy, Lard General, and General Gevcr nar 1 trfinnd. * May it please your Excellency, his Maj
08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Rev. P. MURPHY, D.D., in the Chair,

The Rev. P. MURPHY, D.D., in the Chair,

Supported by the Very Rev. Mr. Spratt, Rev. Mr. Wylie, Messrs. M‘Donnell, &c. Thoroaa Reynolds, K«r|.. Croupier. After the cloth had bean removed, and grace said. The Kev. Chairman, with very appropriate preface, gave The People, the true source legitimate power." Drunk with lou
08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THF, ARMY

THF, ARMY

On Wednesday last* Major-General Sir Thos. Arbulhimt inspected the l>4th, 91st, and 9*2 d regiments, their respective parade grounds I'ermoy, and was exceedingly pleaded with the manner, which the various evolutions were performed, and which was directed their respective command
08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tit’.: ARM'i IN INl)l\. J.-’m. Keane. th** n a’. IV’D.bnv. 1,,., arrived

Tit’.: ARM'i IN INl)l\. J.-’m. Keane. th** n a’. IV’D.bnv. 1,,., arrived

Tit’.: ARM'i INl)l\. J.-’m. Keane. th** a’. IV’D.bnv. 1,,., arrived General l’onnnamler <1 the Iho I I'n-idoi ox, »l K.dkov. R, (Ml ioes I.ii ut l. J«»li ild. K, 11.. Ei» AUI. •e aidt»-4 wuh t)»e L»' i \i mu' I'- ;he return h Ik* the cause .honlv aft r I: noble i j*oen Keatte was
08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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[lnl/lrs Value.

[lnl/lrs Value.

Value. X. *d. j*. .£ \ Too ,At 3.775 1 6 2 l,fo7|Froin ;>) 14 819 10 0 1.451 19 | to a,747 From 101 Q ! 14,900 lo 0* I , ' : j.147 From 00/ 229,526 0 31,.559 17 101 t.. t)"\ 2,172 From J ! 0 25,299 0 i t» u«n 1 910 : From 100 ( 22,183 17 6 to For it is the landlord Ireland, not t
08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY’S MAIL.

THIS DAY’S MAIL.

have receive! the Sydney Monitevr to the 6th of Apnl. meeting roerchanls, traders, other, had been held to petition the Governor and Council to prohibit unl.cenaed The Governor naa about to leave Sydney for Hunter » River to Inspect the It was proposed to form navigation company
08 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION INQUIRY. j BaAac«i.» »o4 S*. deki^iwcdto THE Public Sittinp the Co«nml«\oTiW h»»e been u»- ) SuaUrcm, belietiug, perhef*,

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION INQUIRY. j BaAac«i.» »o4 S*. deki^iwcdto THE Public Sittinp the Co«nml«\oTiW h»»e been u»- ) SuaUrcm, belietiug, perhef*,

that intend to Btnb penAed during the Law Term. Due notice gv*en j,- the main road. Such not our intention • n u ftf the timeplace which the? will be returned; mean- , . ... . Whit atiou. re.pecrin,' defects a. abuses, other matter relating to or connected with the sub- ment hav
11 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The Mmiteur of Tuesday contains & Royal Ordonnancc for convoking the French Ciiamber* for the Decemhsr next. The disturbances in Colmar hadtaken serious turn, that the national guard of that city, compds'Jig 1,100 men, had been dissolved by a royal ordonnauce. DREADFUL HURRICANE
11 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY’S MAIL.

THIS DAY’S MAIL.

By account* from Lisbon of the 26»h, appears certain that Coimbra, Alcobaca, and Leiria have all three declared for the Queen ; »o that Figoera* is the only fortified point between Lisbon and Oporto that remain* in the hands of the MiguUitvs. The forces of Djon Miguel arc shut u
11 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland