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ENNISCOBTIIY roou LAW UNION. Saturday last the ordinary meeting of the Board vas held. JOHN MAHER. Ksq-, in the Clia:r,

ENNISCOBTIIY roou LAW UNION. Saturday last the ordinary meeting of the Board vas held. JOHN MAHER. Ksq-, in the Clia:r,

rnciasT —Ex-Offici<«i C. C. Coohman, J.P., anJ W.Il. I’.rmar. J.P. Elected —Thomas Ponndcr, Rudd, Joshua Lett. Patrick White, Thomas Wliitty, Edmund Roche, E. Howell, Nicholas Keatinp-, John Walsh, Philip Quirk, John Graham, Patrick Roche, Thomas Leary, Matthew Kmcli, Laurenca S
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HEATHS.

HEATHS.

On ol Sion Cli.pel Uou.e, the ye.r of hi, «{», the Be.. Nicholas Flblono, P.P. Crojnbcr. Keser did . Pastor Ihc terne of bis spiritual labours bsrc btlow to pur, take tbejoyaol his Lobd. that eorrlod with hint, graaler •stent, lure, afftcliou and confidence of the community, tha
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AND COMPLETE RESTORATION OF VOICE.

AND COMPLETE RESTORATION OF VOICE.

7, Alicia-street, scullcoats, Hull, January 9. 1847. REDUCTION RENTS. ENNISCORTHY UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. There general meeting of thu Society held at NUZUMVS HOTEL, on THURSDAY, tho 10th of JANUARY, at the hour of ONE o'clock, appoint Officers for the ensuing Year, Revise t
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
never identified themselvcn with the people, are now brought into unwilling companionship with their misfortune*. It is, however, the recoil

never identified themselvcn with the people, are now brought into unwilling companionship with their misfortune*. It is, however, the recoil

of their own cruelly, and that righteous retribution for injustice which, though slow, is always sure to overtake its perpetrators. Even now, when common suffering should unite their common victims, and whl?n castes and races should levelled and pressed together under the weight
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
OUI-DOORS.

OUI-DOORS.

Three Hnsgard Stucks of Prime Wheat. Two of Oats, and One of Barley ; Two Ricks of Hay ; several fat ai d in-calf Heifers, and twenty-eight fat Sheep ; Iron Ploughs, Harrows. Carts. Cara, and other Tillage Implements. Al.*o, a Gi*» and Tax-Cart. , . . Terms —Cash. Sale to commen
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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iilliilb ? THE ROYAL SHAVING CREAM, UNSURPASSED for i-romotinß comfort in Sharing, t.B not'd Ills ROYAL HIGHNESS, PRINCE ALIiEKT, King of Uolgiiiu, the Lord Lieutenant ot irclano. Field Marobal the Duke of Wellington, Duke Devuurhiru, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor London, the .Ma
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Letters from Berlin of the 23nd instant, announce that the espousals her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte, daughter of Prince Albert of Prussia and Princess Mary Anne of the Netherlands, to the hereditary Prince of Saxe Meiningen, will be celebrated at Charlottcnburg during
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. DECLARATION OF CONUS.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. DECLARATION OF CONUS.

THE Corporation of tlie Royal Eachange Assursnco give Notice that, conformity with the system of Participation in Profits adopted in December 1841, they have declared BON US all Polico-s, effected subsequently to that year, for the whole term of Life, which were subsisting on th
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM LIVERPOOL.

FROM LIVERPOOL.

TUESDAY, January, at oViakik, Noon. Pa-sAno Muncy CaLin, lUa- {Steward - . Fee. 2,.. Od) Deck, ss. « r Good, and slock intended the above Stv.mer from Wexford, must be at the Packet « barl, Iwo Hum, Leforu the advertised hours Sailing. .p! v to Fit/.slMO.vs a:J APPLimEK, 20. att
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO MESSRS. W. GRAVES AND SON.

TO MESSRS. W. GRAVES AND SON.

Gentlemen regret tell you that I believe you arc entirely in error as to the state of the law, and I know that you are so to its intention, with respect to the admission foreign-built ships to British registry. It always was the intention of the framers of the act repealing the
December 29, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland