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FINE ARTS. TIOS OF VALUABLE PAINTINGS, THF 01.0 MASTERS, property of C. J. Eckford, Esq., reputed for bis laste and

FINE ARTS. TIOS OF VALUABLE PAINTINGS, THF 01.0 MASTERS, property of C. J. Eckford, Esq., reputed for bis laste and

judgment, who, during his visits to the Continent for the last fifteen years, has, at immense expense, formed this unique collection, the whole of which SOLD hy PUBLIC AUCTION, in the R»d[Al- ARCADE PICTURE GALLERY, opposite the a«|l/)f Ireland, WEDNESDAY.the o'clock precisely.
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD DURHAM—The ministry.

LORD DURHAM—The ministry.

We understand that the Earl of Durham will, in consequence of ill health, leave England in the course of fortnight for the Continent. Hia departure will set at rest the rumors of his being about to join the ministry. Indeed, if the noble Earl were willing to take office, do not
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASffiOff AfTD TA6LE-TALt.

FASffiOff AfTD TA6LE-TALt.

Brighton' —Monday. —Hii Majuty, »ocdnip«oied the Princes. Augusta, took hi» iocuatomed dn»e yesterday, and notwithstanding the boisterous state of the weather, remained out longer than usual. The Queen did not lekre the Palace during the day ; neither did her Mmesty attend divin
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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,RD BARRETT. ESQ., PRO/'RIETOR or THE PILOT. Court ®f king's bench-^tdesdat. MR. o’COrtJTOtl.’s ADDRESS TO THE JURY. fSI. O’Connell then fo address t&e Jury. Gentlefloen 6t the jury, and b«y nerer felt greater pleasure at ntv client not succeeding apouil of l«w, for there nasueb
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
London, 4th April, 1833, FElxcnr-CouNTßYlfEN—This the first of series letters which I intend to publish on the present stste future

London, 4th April, 1833, FElxcnr-CouNTßYlfEN—This the first of series letters which I intend to publish on the present stste future

prospects of our country, including the best suggestions I can gire fur regulating your conduct in the manner most calculated to mitigate the evils of the one, and to insure the amelioration of tfao other." In this passage there certainly can be found nothing which particularly
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

PETITIONS to BE HEARD DECEMBER 19. Michael Mongan, late of Mullnatighlin, county Roscommon, fanner and dealer. Thomas Fitzwilliam Berford, late of Russell-street, Dublin, attorney-at-law. Edward Irwin, late South Great GeorgcVst reel, Dublin, dealer in hardware. John Richards, l
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR TAKING T

FOR TAKING T

GOODS FOR NOTHING, AND A PH*. NOLAN, , THE LONDON, PARISIAN. AND GENERAL FOREIGN FAkCY. PERFUMERY. HABERDASHERY CUTLERY AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, 3-2. BACHELOR SecJtrilU.xtrr*.) HAS returned, after out-doing all his former doings, and now landed stock, superior fiimntiw. mriftv,
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON—NOVEAI BER 25,

LONDON—NOVEAI BER 25,

Tli* I?mp*ror Nirliol.it, when Graml Duke, in (hit country, and at Cliatswurtli. The uliiit»t familiarity tillitiiited hetivecu him hik) the Duke Detonthire. When the Inner was sent •mhattndnr St. Peterthurifh, he expected to find hit former friend the iunie aj he had once known
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
rmfES-REPEAT. OF THE UNTO*

rmfES-REPEAT. OF THE UNTO*

It it we think, th»t the mornl force of Tippernry ahould hronglit into theie (franil question), file waters which for some time lay siHKiia::t, have licen hrealhed upon the mijrlitv leader of the Irish people. The storm constitutional agitation quickly gathering. It now behoves
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INSOLVENT COURT.

THE INSOLVENT COURT.

CommiisionerßoßßOwcs presided in our Connl} Court House, on Saturday. Francis Doylan applied he discharged { it appeared that he was arretted io the month of June, at the suit of the Directors of tlie Provincial Dank, and was released hy their order on the 17th of Nov. other opp
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland