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FAIR AND OUTRAGES AT MUFF.

FAIR AND OUTRAGES AT MUFF.

The fair of Muff, Donegal, was hold the I Ith instant, and, considering the unfavorable state of the weather, there was tolerable show of cattle and pigs. The owners of those unsold 1 began to leave the fair by three o’clock, most likely fear of , a broken head if they stopped l
18 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. HARLASD9 SCEPt.V.

MR. HARLASD9 SCEPt.V.

MR. SCEPt.V. Sir—l was on the point of sending a servant with a letter to you, explain th it communicating with Lord Durham, I felt myself in duty bound, found that he entertained the same impression which 1 stated to you in the course of our interview yesterday, that the fact of
18 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Committer, in 1815, which couchod m the fol words ; Resolved—Tint it is the opinion of this Committee, th«t is

Committer, in 1815, which couchod m the fol words ; Resolved—Tint it is the opinion of this Committee, th«t is

now become expedient, that Parliament should take into consideration much of the seventh article of the Act of Union, respects the competence of Parliament, under certain circumstances therein stated, declare, that all expenditure of the united kingdom, together with all interes
18 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK.

IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEK.

\Vhe»t. BarU>v. Malt. ()al«. Bean*. Pea?. Flour, KuylL-b ( IIGO | j 1 (94 | | 3277 Irish Foreign l(Hi _ 370 run of ... liaHrv Ditto new ... 2H« to White pea« ... &** Ditto boilers ... 4*2s to 44« Grey ditto ... 30*> to iGI.ISH rORV. .Small beans ... fWlick ... ... a2t Oats, pota
18 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PILOT. CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY."

THE PILOT. CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY."

02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT t'lE Henrj- 33, the property of W and Co. The i, well known about London an attendant

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT t'lE Henrj- 33, the property of W and Co. The i, well known about London an attendant

all political dpi * ° r 0f . ultra-radical 1 ?u ,hk , ** « f»»e**on» ?• freUnd come fowird with meetinES and petitioD. for Reoeal Mr. 0 Connell here suppre.es a fact which renders and the abolition tithes. fOT A *" P > ' °' Hlg ? gW understand what -the STate ,iUtore meanl "« o*
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUMORED FALL OF SANTAREM,

RUMORED FALL OF SANTAREM,

The accounts from Lisboa and Oporto, the last London journals, are three days later than those said to have been brought Sir John Milley Doyle; but they make no allusion to the fall of Santarem, intelligence of which event Sir John was alleged to have conveyed to Liverpool. The
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

The French papers of Wednesday repeat, and confirm,the news of Saarsfield's army having entered Vittoria, but they now say, that it was on the 20th, not on the 19th. Some of those journals yet pretend to throw doubts on the whole affair, and begin to speak even of the defeat of
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANGE IN THE SPANISH MINISTRY.

CHANGE IN THE SPANISH MINISTRY.

We have just been informed that telegraphic dispatch, o( the 21st November, from Madrid, has reached Paris, stating that Berudez and Cruz are out of the Spanish ministry, and have been replaced the Duke de San Fernando and Valdez. This is not official, but it is believed. Thecon
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTEMPT UPON THE LIFE OP MR. EGERTON

ATTEMPT UPON THE LIFE OP MR. EGERTON

SMITH. oua uvtnrooL correspondent.) Liverpool, Saturday, An attempt was made this day upon the life of Mr. Egerton Smith, editor of the Liverpool Mercury. appears that a person called this morning the office of that paper, in Lordstreet, and demanded a private interview ; that o
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland