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LIVERPOOL CORN 1 s d ad

LIVERPOOL CORN 1 s d ad

LIVERPOOL CORN 1 d ad Wheat, English, per Re«l & whit« ... .9 ® Srotch & Welsh, 8 3 Irish red white.•••••B new 5 Foreign 7 6 Oats, # 451b Knglish Scotch ft Iri'h old ••••••.3 ft new ......3 3 Bariev. 4P Imp qr English malting 42 f 8 6 8 0 8 8 EXCHANGE—M.eci. 10. * Irish & Scnteh,
March 15, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
enable us ihilate their pretensions tor ever (cheers.l Having the aid of our good and illus moils Queen with us

enable us ihilate their pretensions tor ever (cheers.l Having the aid of our good and illus moils Queen with us

(cheers), and that of the Reformers of England, Scotland, anil Ireland, we will preserve the libeities and maintain the glory the people of this great country (tremendous cheering.) Sir, with the most heartfelt •“utisfitetion, and concurring in all which it contains, 1 beg to pr
July 5, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WEXFORD PORT NEWS.

WEXFORD PORT NEWS.

Aaatveo SIRCB THE 30nt SEPT. Wave, Murphy, coals Newport II n. milly, Sheai, do SAILED. Aultlope, Anderson, cattle ...... Liverpool Towaof Wcaford,do Shea I, grain Glasgow Star, Roach, d 0,,,.., Glouster Succesi, Dcleany, ba'.lnst Newport F.lizubcth Jane, Evans, do Bangor fame,
October 4, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF 1I11XAM)

STATE OF 1I11XAM)

STATE 1I11XAM) Under the above bend ihc (ollow-ng ablo am judicious article (we say ibis, course, «b stracled from consideration of self, wbici lias been flatteringly alluded tln reiii) in a recent number of the London San, from its Irish Correspondent. arc glad to fin< that so s
October 4, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TRESPASS

TRESPASS

Pall Tl'iaoli next cum(jl-*ine(J of J .lm Murphy «ur tiespass. The diipuic a;-..ae out of a itiihlic path «»y 1118 cl,! ' Pel nf *' nt , !' Livinc been buill by plamtift, »u.) which wii» thrown down by defendant. Complaint distuisicd r rI.E OF TIIK STEAMEUS. The next w»» that o!
October 4, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
poon laws

poon laws

Mr. O'Brien proposed the first resolution, to the effect that they viewed with the deepest apprehension the poor law bill fur Ireland now pending; in parliament, and (heir firm opinion was that such bill was by no means calculated to militate the deep distress prevailing in this
April 1, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HORTICULTURE,

HORTICULTURE,

e beg attention to the important and very resolution* of useful and intelligent el»s« of men the Practical Gardeners" of •ttis (’nunly. We need not lay nfi word, additiun to the justly expressed indignation '1 the Gardeners, in order to point out the ts ,to use the mildest term,
April 1, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUNG SWEET WILLIAM

YOUNG SWEET WILLIAM

I'IJILL Stand this Season at Borodale, within * * mile and a-half of Ennisconliy, every day except Saturday, when he will stand in Wexford the Malles, it back of the Courts. Wood Mares jC-t others , paid before service; or 30»., the Ist day November Horse was Sweet William, Blac
April 22, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIIPOKATE UEFUKM DEBATE.

THE CIIPOKATE UEFUKM DEBATE.

Sir Robert Peel ended bis speech with these observations in ibis modest stiitin : If vou look steadily ihe slate of public ofTsirs I think Hut liuitouiable gentlemen agree ilul no mail but fiom a sense of public duly, would uke upon himself oftice. h;s M.ijesty's goeerinmnt whic
April 22, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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April 8, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland