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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Jane 6. St. Jaaae«*a church. Sydney. New Sooth Walce, the Lord Blthop of Sydney. Ueotenanl-Colooel Moody. Deputy Adjutant General* cldeat aon of the late General and the Honourable Sarah Moody, to Louiaa. eMcet of the late Honourable and Very Bee. William Herbert, Dean of Maneho
January 10, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER OUTRAGE.

ANOTHER OUTRAGE.

also learned that a cow, tbe property of Hr. Qoralan, killed and taken away on Wednetday night, very near the scene of tbe foregoing robbery.—Tiirf. Aurbicav Post-Office in the Oldest Time.— Hr. Cist, in letter from Wellington city, published in bit Advertiser, toys—“ It vat tbo
January 10, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
D INDEPENDENT.

D INDEPENDENT.

INDEPENDENT. season ; if bad probably two ; they not nsn any preservative for tho nets, ns tho is clear, and any discoloration of the nets might injure the fishing ; the summer herrings keep out in deep water; they are seldom followed. Mr. Fennell—Recollect that tho groat fishing
September 30, 1848 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ENNISCORTHY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

ENNISCORTHY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The usual weekly meeting of this Doard was held on Saturday, tho 10th instant, when the following Guardians were present:— JOHN MAHER, Esq., in the Chair. Ex-Omcios—W. R. Fartnar, Thomas Braddell, C. C. Cookmao, W. J. Wallace, George Maconchy, William Bolton, Anthony Cliff**, C.
February 14, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWTOWNDARRT TEMPORART FETER lIOSPITAT..

NEWTOWNDARRT TEMPORART FETER lIOSPITAT..

The following document appeared on tho minutes in reply to letter from the Board, of the 20iii ultimo Poor Law Commission Office, Dublin, 2! February. 1849. Sir—The Commissioners for ndmiaisti-ririg the laws for the relief of the (>oor in Ireland have had und<-r consideration, m
February 14, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATE PROSECUTIONS.

THE STATE PROSECUTIONS.

COMMISSION COURT—Toursdat The Queen v. Charles Cavan Duffy. At half-past four o’clock, The Attorney-General entered the counrt, and intimated to their lordships that he intended joining s?suo upon the plea put in on behalf of tho prisoner, but as he required some information as
February 14, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET AND Immediate Given, about ’Acres of the Lauds of COOLECARNEY, within three miles of Killane. Application to

TO BE LET AND Immediate Given, about ’Acres of the Lauds of COOLECARNEY, within three miles of Killane. Application to

George Reade, Esq., Doneshall, Carnew, or Reade and Browurigg, Solicitors, 24, Slolles>Btreet.
February 14, 1849 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
prict'-rship and of the parties being the publishers tlir Tribune). (■;(,.. rxinnined by Mr. Ferguson would not : .Mr. William’s

prict'-rship and of the parties being the publishers tlir Tribune). (■;(,.. rxinnined by Mr. Ferguson would not : .Mr. William’s

handwriting except in those \ I’. lice-const-ble (M'Glynn) examined, who deposed 1" having purchased copy of the Tribune ,- of July, the office of that journal in iniiv-strcet Vernon.on hisreturn, referred his book and aul. in reply to Mr. Ferguson, that the paper ofthu pri „| J
November 8, 1848 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AGENTS FOR

AGENTS FOR

Drogheda—M. M ( Ardill,B3. Weat-st DrumconrUh —James A. Stokes, Dublin—T. P. and Co. Wcatrooreland*st.; J Shauuou, 108 Thomas-st., D.»negall—Jtimes Biigh&ro, Droraore—W. M‘Caw,
November 8, 1848 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TOCSIN OF IRELAND.

THE TOCSIN OF IRELAND.

{From the suppressed Notion of July, 29, 1848) lielaml is perl taps at lliis hour in arms for her rights ; in arms for flic rights «o patiently solicited, perversely refused, so tyrannically trampled upon while one fragment of thorn remained. The rights which she sought in vain
November 8, 1848 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland