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TO THE EDITOR OF THE PILOT.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE PILOT.

Men ion.square, December 14, 1833. Sir—l have endeavoured, by private expostulatioo and public remnnatrancp, prevail Ibe Freeman's Journal t« desist from publishing a very inaccurate list of the Irish members who come within the accusation made by Hill to.bis constituents at Hul
21 December 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS PARTIES.

CHRISTMAS PARTIES.

Christmas parlies are almost always pleasant things. There is not enough day light for people to get tired'nf themselves and each other; the moment rooms are lit and curtains let down, there seems a general tendency to good fellowship. In summer the bouse becomes divided against
18 December 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW WORKS or Fit av ITNOL ISHEL) WRITERS. Just published by Richard Bknti.fy, Burlington, street, London, and had of all

NEW WORKS or Fit av ITNOL ISHEL) WRITERS. Just published by Richard Bknti.fy, Burlington, street, London, and had of all

respectable Booksellers throughout the United Kingdom, .3 volt, post Bvo. GA L E M I) I) L E TON; Story the Present Day the Author of Biarnlrleytye House,** &c. Thi* comic portions of this work will stregrudy remind the reader, in their breadth and richness, of Theodoie Hook." M
21 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR SALK AND MIRK, PIANO FOHTES AND HARPS. \VA HER O OM, 22, SI FFOI.K-STUKET. NPCULLAGII respectfully hogs leave to

FOR SALK AND MIRK, PIANO FOHTES AND HARPS. \VA HER O OM, 22, SI FFOI.K-STUKET. NPCULLAGII respectfully hogs leave to

Jf announce, that his Wareioom is constamly stocked with an elegant selection of Grand, Cabinet, and Square Piano-Fortes, possessing all the latest improvements, and carefully selected from the first London Manufactoriesviz., Broadwood, Clemcuti, Tomkison, &c. Harps, Krrard, R:c
21 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPITAL—Five Millions.

CAPITAL—Five Millions.

CAPITAL —Five Millions. fr'HIS COMPANY is founded upon the J- principle ol a Division of its Profits ; thirds tu the Imtured, snd One-third to (he Shareholders. The rales Premium have been considerably reduced, amounting, the firft class of liiaurances, to ii per cent. ; (he Term
21 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIBERTY OF THE PRESS.

LIBERTY OF THE PRESS.

However may be opposed to the general politics of the Pilot Newspaper, ve strongly sympathise in the individual wrong inflicted upon its Proprietor by the late injudicious, impolitic, and cowardly prosecution for libel, instituted against him. It was injudicious because afforded
21 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN BANK.

HIBERNIAN BANK.

The following are the names of the gentlemen elected Directors for the ensuing year ;—J.*ines Chailes on, Upper Gardiner street, Governor; John Fottrell, Lower Liffey-street, Deputy Governor; Walter. Bcuik, Ardeeafreet; Ignatius Callaghan, Fleet-street; Jeremiah Dunne, tJ*her’s.
21 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

London, Ti-esday The Consol market is heavier this morning, some bargains for the Account having been done as low ; they have, however, rallied a little, and are now buyers at Exchequer Bills remain 41s. to 425. premium. Four o'Clock Consols for Account 88}.
20 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STEAM COACH COMPANY.

STEAM COACH COMPANY.

A prospectus has been issued for the establishment of a company under the name of 1 he London, Holyhead, and Liverpool Steim Coach and Road Company.” The capital proposed is 3.0,0 KlI., to be raised in shares of ‘2Ol. each. The object of the icra 'any is also to reconstruct and
20 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAURITIUS.

THE MAURITIUS.

have received from the Mauritius letters and papers to the 21st of September, The colonists had received an account of the passing of the Slave Bill, and were satisfied with the Compensation Clause, which, from the circumstance of the Mauritius being a new colony, and very produ
21 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland