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THE SPIRIT TRADE. AT a MEETING of the SPIRIT DEALERS of WEXFORD, held in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, the 25ih inst.,

THE SPIRIT TRADE. AT a MEETING of the SPIRIT DEALERS of WEXFORD, held in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, the 25ih inst.,

Mr. JAMES BYRNE in the Chuir, The following Resolutions were most unanimously adopted Resolved—That if all houses, licenced for the sale of spirituous and mall liquors by letail, were, by law, obliged to do<ed, and business suspended from eleven or from ten o’clock at night, unt
April 27, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET

TO BE LET

From the 95th of March inst., such term, and in such divisions as may be agreed upon, 235 acres of Land, (statute measure,) in the townslands of GREAT TILLEBARDS and COUZENSTOWN ; the situation and quality of which being the first order. Sealed proposals the proprietor by person
April 27, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CROH’X I'HOSKCUTIONS.

CROH’X I'HOSKCUTIONS.

For nearly ten years hare been contending against the system which the law olHcers of (he csown had thought proper to adopt with respect to the swearing of patty juries at (he assizes. Nothing could be more insulting to the feelings of respectable men, than the inridious distinc
March 19, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTECTION OF THE PRESS.

PROTECTION OF THE PRESS.

A highly reipectable meeting itm held ye*, terday al the Ormond Hotel, Archdeacon Liftau war, with acclamation, moved to the chair, and John Scully, Esq. J.P., was requested to act at Secretary. The object of the meeting was to support the Tipperarg Free Press —arrange- were mad
March 19, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Great Bargains For One Week only, at the house of CO JI.tlV, MAIN-STREET. TO the Lovers of Free Discussion, at

Great Bargains For One Week only, at the house of CO JI.tlV, MAIN-STREET. TO the Lovers of Free Discussion, at

the hnv price of tid A Vindication of the Irish Catholic Prelates from the slanders of Mortimor (ySulUvnn and Maeeeytwo itinerant travellers through England and Scotland, the Rev. T, M. M*Donnell, of Birmingham it a crime Live Ireland and defend the religion of seven millions of
March 19, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
1 Continued frem first pagi] arc iiifXsjraUle their reaentmrnts and political animality a* the vehicle of their rancour is very

1 Continued frem first pagi] arc iiifXsjraUle their reaentmrnts and political animality a* the vehicle of their rancour is very

vindictive diabolical extreme. (Laughter . This sample of the power winch tins individual possessed of abuse. It was ne cessaiv to lion. Gentlemen that lie [ Mr. Ilum.-l held his band three or four pro positions establish Orange newspapers. From die extraordinary conduct which a
March 2, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AXSWER

AXSWER

the iiusii executive M'ell ni ' truly luve the people of ihis noble their duty to tliemselvot, their tlieir l-or.o sufferiog common , fellovf-coiinlrymen, through a luny bondage, tli-y were justly fostidious of * j coufi fence those rulets, lio, under dispensing jits ice with ev
April 6, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
April

April

April 6, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
To fwiiardianN and Parents.

To fwiiardianN and Parents.

an the l.inen Drapery £tc. &c., Business, ill give Solvent Security and reference—a moderate fee will required pplyto Jonv Cooks and Son. Market-street, Enniscortby. Wexford June li, 1836. Proposals fsU fie received fry the Jjirat and liotfm of Superintendence on the 2Slh instan
June 18, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
denounce the atrocity of the iusult which has I keen offered to ut. We, therefore, stand upon principle. We require

denounce the atrocity of the iusult which has I keen offered to ut. We, therefore, stand upon principle. We require

the same thing be done for Ireland as that which has been done for England and for Scotland. Passing over minor individuals, now came the learned recorder for Dublin. That hon. and learned gentleman | assumed a very manly tone. he [Mr, O'Connell] recollected that when the honour
June 18, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland