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CUSTOMS’ DUTIES.

CUSTOMS’ DUTIES.

The order of the day having been read, the house went into committee on this bill. On the clause for reducing the duty on East India coffee being put— Mr. EWART hoped that the duties on East India sugar would be equalised iu the next session of parliament. The subject of pepper
19 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POWERS COURT ORANGEMEN.

POWERS COURT ORANGEMEN.

learn from correspondent at Enniskerry that the neighbourhood of that town was kept in a state of indescribable alarm the night of the meeting at the Coburgh Gardens by the outrageous conduct of the Powerscourt Orangemen on their return from Dublin. We are assured that some of t
14 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUNICIPAL REFORM.

MUNICIPAL REFORM.

The Meetings in England are progressing gloriously. In number and spirit they are such as we predicted. The Lords must bow.
14 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS— Monday. (CONTINUED FROM WEDNESDAY'S PILOT.) CORPORATE REFORM BILL. , Lord BROUGHAM said, surely before the noble duke

HOUSE OF LORDS— Monday. (CONTINUED FROM WEDNESDAY'S PILOT.) CORPORATE REFORM BILL. , Lord BROUGHAM said, surely before the noble duke

punished tbe commissioners in this summary way, he ought to hear them (hear, hear). He would pass sentence and proceed to execution on these commissioners without hearing a syllable in their behalf (hear, hear). Now, he (Lord Brougham) had no objection to enter on tbe defence of
14 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. VII.

VOL. VII.

COMMISSION —Monday. The Chief Baron and Judpe Burton entered the court on Monday roorninp at ten o’clock, when a petty jury was sworn, ,ud the trial of the prisoners proceeded with. it:LOSIOI'S ASSAULT. William Lancaster, a married man, apparently about forty rears of age, and o
19 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M’CREA AND HIS ORANGE ABETTORS.

M’CREA AND HIS ORANGE ABETTORS.

The following extracts are taken from a report of the proceedings of a Grand Lodge” held at Lord Kenyon’s on the 16th of last February, submitted, amongst other papers, to the committee on Orange Lodges. The reader, in perusing them, will not fail to recollect the confidence wit
19 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Supplement to

Supplement to

of what are called the liberal side (I use that expressiort not in on offensive sense, implying that those opposed them are illiberal) have also prevailed. The corporation of Nottingham has always been a Whig and Dissenting corporation. The corporation of Leicester, on the contr
07 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INQUEST.

INQUEST.

On Saturday afternoon, at o’clock, an inquest was held at Richmond Hospital, on ihe body of Patrick Farrell, aped 11, •ho came by his death from a shot fired by one of Captain Montgomery’s sons through a door in the rear of the house, No* 13, Nelson-street, which opened into Mea
26 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. JAMES M-KENNA.

THE REV. JAMES M-KENNA.

At a meeting held in Kingstown chapel on Sunday last, Edward Whyte, Esq., of Johnstown-ho use, in the chair, the following resolutions were unanimously agreed to: That the manner in which the Rev. James M‘Kenna, now P. of Ralhdrum, discharged the duties of curate of this parish,
26 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O DISTILLERS. .LE Yount; Man, who has ter\ed his inent Distiller, and is well arquaftited with . have no objection

O DISTILLERS. .LE Yount; Man, who has ter\ed his inent Distiller, and is well arquaftited with . have no objection

to assistant Distillery. His references ar» most satis- r, post-paid) to J. T. E., 155, Bruns-
26 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland