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FRENCH OPINION OF THE HUSH STATE TRIALS.

FRENCH OPINION OF THE HUSH STATE TRIALS.

Pm Fcbrewy 10,18 U. [Tho following u an extract from a letter which been writen by a French gentleman who ia intimately acquainted, from extensive travel, with the ■octal condition of avvenl European stales and the 4 .minions Turkey in the East. bar peculiar facilities of acquir
February 17, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
A R R 1 T B O.

A R R 1 T B O.

A R R 1 O. Feb. 14, Jane & France*, Coriah, coal Saondcrafnct Hope, Roanter, calm Milford Rxpn**. WaUh, do Swansea Taylor 4 Naylor, Cleary, do Gnat, Hughes, coal Llanelly Town of Wexford, Williaroi.goods L’pool Wave, Morphy, culm Swansea Charien Walker, Counolly. coal Newport Swi
February 17, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HEINE BROTHERS

HEINE BROTHERS

HAVING remitted during eery abort time large amounts Money Dividends to their Corruepondents iu Great Britain and Ireland Dividends £23,000, £lB,OOO, £9,000, £5.000, £3,000 to London £3,000, £«00. and £7OO to Edinburgh; £3,000 to Dublin ; £3.000 to Beverley; £3,000 to Hslifaa ;
February 17, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MONSTER TRIALS—FUN AND FURY.

THE MONSTER TRIALS—FUN AND FURY.

A London contemporary observed that immoderate laughter is excited by almost every incident arising out the trials instituted against Ireland in the person of her great Champion, and his fellow-labourers in her cause. Tho writer remarks, for instance, that when one gentleman, ca
January 27, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
BIETHt.

BIETHt.

At Cutle Cook, tb# Co«nte«* of Bolmore, daughter, lb LobUou, Ur*. Chart** IHchen*. cf *m. At Newport, near Baruatabk, Ikron, th* lady the Hob. T. f. W. Butler, *«». MABBIAOEt. On instant, the Catholic Cbnrrh of Tafhmon, the Err. Mr. Seallan. P. P., kdawnd binnott, of Cotlafc, E*
January 27, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
New Ross and Wexford town and county, and the members for Sligo, being Repealers, and representing electors who were also

New Ross and Wexford town and county, and the members for Sligo, being Repealers, and representing electors who were also

Repeakre, should aU be called upon their respective constituencies to abandon the idea of attending parliament and to make it their business to discharge their duty to the country by coming to that association (hear, hear.) They should throw themselves with spirit and energy int
January 27, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
the speech so commented on Mr. O'Connell be pot in, it being clearly » matter of evidence. The London GazftU

the speech so commented on Mr. O'Connell be pot in, it being clearly » matter of evidence. The London GazftU

of August 25th, and Dublin Gazette of August 20th, were then put in, and the portion of her Majesty’s speech referring to Ireland, and expressing her determination to maintain the Legislative Union between the countries, was read. James Irwin, station-house clerk of the Liverpoo
January 27, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 27, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKET N' FOR THE WEEK ENDING JAN. 19.

DUBLIN MARKET N' FOR THE WEEK ENDING JAN. 19.

raoM | to d. { d. 1378 barb. Wheat per barrel Per* - . . . 0 • • 9QI Barley • • • | Oau .... 3 II 6 ... 9|| 911 Flour . . . . 0" 0 rmtcß or besed fob the ensuing 4ft Loaf • • . • 7 2ft do - 4d - • -
January 27, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
.ifasliionatle ittiacrllani?

.ifasliionatle ittiacrllani?

Accm CIIKJIINT llkr Majf.stt.—Wo have tho •iiili'iriij f«»r Momiuncinf tliat Ihlt hirhlv iuterctlinf •tent I i« rsiM-cicil t»k« »re at the end «f June, or tbo oorljr I part »f July next. »ud lh»t all neeesoary preparation* and arraafo- I Hiei.l* have been wade aceurdingly. The r
March 6, 1844 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland