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TIIKATUE

TIIKATUE

I»y our Adveriisenunt it will perceived that some of our fellow citizens have in the handsomest manner, offVred their to peiform for the Benefit of Mr. Seymol r, Thursday Evening, and sincerely concratulate him, we have doubt from the influence respectability of the gentlemen wh
July 9, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Price Six pence. vote by. ballot, in \V«sniiniB(er to I railed CfMin llieir tr«d»t>meu lo cunvaait llieir votfs mad it

Price Six pence. vote by. ballot, in \V«sniiniB(er to I railed CfMin llieir tr«d»t>meu lo cunvaait llieir votfs mad it

tho liailismen did not vole 99 tlivir ('uitomerv wislirti ilteai, they wet* desired to send is their bill*. In tarmiDg; district* the dVct* were worse. He would assert theie was only one holiest way of votirg, that v»a> by ballot. And until they obtained the ballot on 01*0 could
July 20, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC DINNER TO LORD MULGRAVE.

PUBLIC DINNER TO LORD MULGRAVE.

Yesterday preparatory meeting was held in the County Court, tba Mayor, in the chair, and pieliratnary arraagemanta adopted, in order lo carry this object into effect. Thomas Boysb and Lauremck Esmokdk VYhitb, , were appoinUd aecratai let, and a comrnitie* Buiitittaud for ihe pur
July 20, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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cirv 'AbtfltfcSS TU THE LORD LIEUTENANT. To Krcellency, Henry Eurl Atulgrave, Lord Lieutenant General, and General Ptruor of' Ireland. May yocr Excellency.— We, his Majesty's Loyal and dutiful Subjects, the cilixens of Cork, approach your Excellency express our gratification, at
July 20, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPRISONMENT OF DR. BEAUMONT.

IMPRISONMENT OF DR. BEAUMONT.

A *crr numerout merting took place Weilneidty, at the Croara and Anchor Tavera fur the pnrpoee of tekiog into cuneideratiun the c««e ot Dr. Arthnr James Beaumont, who has bean imprisoned by the French goTernmeat, At half-past one o’clock Mr. O'Connell, accompanied by Col. Thomps
July 20, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
October 14, 1836.

October 14, 1836.

COUNTY OF WEXFORD. TO BE LET, From the Ist of Nor ember, IX3O, for such term as may I* agreed on, »pHE lands called Rl|Ay MEADOWS, now in *• the possession of JAiet llowleil, Es(|. of (loss, containing 7 Acrss Rfrxk, Perches, plantation measure, situated mile of ilia Town of New
October 26, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
(price six pence processes, imp iundiii” charges, citations ion bills, bay nets and b ■ 1 Is, and proctors, and

(price six pence processes, imp iundiii” charges, citations ion bills, bay nets and b ■ 1 Is, and proctors, and

drivers and policemen, and such holv munitions and soldiery of the clinrcli-militant of In land. He finds such things .Tenthmed in holy wrir. lie finds even woe o n.ced against the shepherds who feed themselves, but feed not the nock, and he is determined they dl riot have his s
March 26, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Hremt *Mnti Tithe Meeting,

Hremt *Mnti Tithe Meeting,

*Mnti Tithe Meeting, AT a numnout and reipectable meeting of the Inhabitants of the of TINTRKN, UOSKGABI.ANI), and INCH held at on Sunday ailth Instant, the (aUa*iag were unanimously agreed to : I'rspnsed by Terence Rogers, Esq., sod seconded by John Kartell: Resolved -That John
March 26, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
C V ITI.E IMHOIM KD.IMO I.IVEIU’OUL.

C V ITI.E IMHOIM KD.IMO I.IVEIU’OUL.

V ITI.E KD.IMO I.IVEIU’OUL. From the lo the it Nov. Cows. Calve'. Sheep. J.ams. I'lits. Horn 990 33 0 .3900 2? Sf'.E PRICE OF BI’TTER. d S Flanbridce ... 104 Bacon per 3a54 Walerford new 106 110 0 Hams, dry.... 50 055 Coleraine.....lo4 0 1050 Do. we’ 0 00 Carlow 102 108 0 Firtio
November 23, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
INTEtICOUIISE WITH KKANCE

INTEtICOUIISE WITH KKANCE

A notice ha* been just issued from the encral I’ust-offiee, announcing that henceforwa' pet sons desitous of sending letters from tie United Kingdom to Fiance will h»Ve the option —first, aendiig them unpaid, allowing the whole of the postage to charged the receiver ; secm.dl,*.
July 27, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland