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MR. HILL S SUBTERFUGE.

MR. HILL S SUBTERFUGE.

After all, the more we think of it the more we think too much importance has been attached to the speech of Mr. Hill What is ? A Whig underling, having place of 1,2001. a year. Could he want a reason vote for the Whigs the Coercion, or any other Bill whatever? Must not evciy one
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR-LAW COMMISSION.

POOR-LAW COMMISSION.

A circular has been framed the Board, with the sub. joined queries for magistrates assembled petty sessions. They are requested to furnish answers and transmit them as soon as possible to the secretary of the commission 1. State the amount of fine* levied at your petty sessions
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THREE IRISH DUKES.

THREE IRISH DUKES.

A report U prevalent that the King intends creating three Irish dukes, and that the following noblemen are to be raised in the peerage ;—Marquis Wellesley, as Duke of Dublin ; the Marquis of Lansdowne, Duke of Kerry ; and Earl FiU. William, Duke Rockingham —Morning Herald, Mr. B
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL. DEBT TO O’CONNELL.

NATIONAL. DEBT TO O’CONNELL.

NATIONAL. DEBT O’CONNELL. Amongst the sums included in a second large remittance from the Cork district, per Thomas Lyons, Esq., the coutribution of (751.) forms a remarkable item, derived it has been from a quarter which the politics of the Liberator were hitherto supposed to be
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERS’ MONEY IN KINSALE.

MINISTERS’ MONEY IN KINSALE.

MINISTERS’ MONEY KINSALE. We understand that the rector of this town is enforcing his demand for minister’s money on the Catholic inhabitant* with great vigor and activity. So much the better. The churchwardens, appears, have much work on hands.— One person, a Mr. Thomas Connor,
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fashion and TABLE-TALK.

fashion and TABLE-TALK.

■pve Electoral Prince of Hesse has recently given scries f t*il? on very novel plan. They commence at one ■lncV in the day, and terminate at ten in the evening. These said 1,8 not *' all of hy the ladies of 1. though at the la* which took place, no fewer than were present. !• it
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE-

THE THEATRE-

The Marchioness Wellesley visited the Theatre on Monday, but, contrary to the public expectation, she ami her party occupied the private box- We were under the impression tlial her visit would have been according to the usual state formalities observed upon command nights but] u
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lord Albany

Lord Albany

Lady Ekimore Lady Kidney Duke of Lismore \irs. Grantly C of Gucrnsc Jountess oi Lord Key - - Karl Grey Marchioness of Stuartville Marc, of Londonderry Lord Montagu - - Lord Rokeby Duchess of Lenox - - Duchess of Richmond Marchioness of Burton - Marchioness of Conyngha Marq. and
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER—Mokdat.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER—Mokdat.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER— Mokdat. Purvfby and v. John O'Hrin and >hn O'Meara, Excculurt of OenU O'Brien. This was ai> action covenant, for one year's rent, amount 44/, 7s. lord. Irish, Damages were laid KW. Mr. Walsh opened the pleadings. There were two pleas for the defence ; one was
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIIiTIIS.

HIIiTIIS.

A* inburgh, the lady r.f Fullartmi. nf a At Cavan, the lady I’oahy Ailnma, K-‘q.."t • ""h At laauui the lady Pitt, of » •<'«. „■ y. » Milford House, Surrey, the . . j « p.l.p, At llcitingfoidbury, the Indy o\ the Hob. . the l.uly of Maj<>r Falls, of ibiugbter. At Ni-wliattie Abb
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland