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ami that He shaald not bless them with issue, the prince might then wish to return to his native country.

ami that He shaald not bless them with issue, the prince might then wish to return to his native country.

In such a case the country might buiileneti with a burden of a year for a length of time. Taking this simple view of thirmatter into consideration, he (I.ord Eliot; would support the amendment of his gallant friend (Colonel Sibthorp), and should that not succeed he would support
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Tlii 'day (roijl'siied, and fokeign review, 1. 1., Tour In Sweden. 2. Political Oohiioirs ofSt9» Garmons. 3. Measures lor (lie

Tlii 'day (roijl'siied, and fokeign review, 1. 1., Tour In Sweden. 2. Political Oohiioirs ofSt9» Garmons. 3. Measures lor (lie

Education of the Peonlo 4. The Poetical works Slielley, 5. Tlie Wellington Beeputcbes. * 0. Popular I.iteratuje of tlie Day. 7. Irisli Policy of tie Whigs. 8. Political Economy during the Middle .V.. 9. Recent occurrences at Cracow. London, li. and J. E. Taylor—Dublin Gumming.
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SI’ORTI N(1 INTELLIGENCE

SI’ORTI N(1 INTELLIGENCE

SI’ORTI INTELLIGENCE committee of the Wexford Clinilen-m 1 Cun request«meetiiijaof Subscribe.. Wim li I.'OTEL, WITCItDAV, Bth, 1840, in order to niiioiut Stewards, and ti, transact other businesy with tl ensuing liace Wexford, .Ten. -29, jsjq |{ TO LET f T MARCH MBXT, FOR SUCH T
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LOU LI V i; KPOOL.

LOU LI V i; KPOOL.

THE NEW AND SUPERIOR STEAM packet, TO WN o» WEXt burl/ten, with Engines Horse Poicet VV ILL leave WEXFORD for LIVERPOOL \%illi (iooils and Passengers, .. at 7 .. Mornir.g. .. at 7 / Morning. 2Bth .. at 10/.. Mornin". Note—lf is re«(nested all dead weight cargo should l»e .'•hipp
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO VALUATORS.

TO VALUATORS.

Guardians of IIieGOREY UNION are desirous of obtaining a complete Valuation of all the rateable property of the Union, which comprises about 1*21,o(H) Statute Acres. The Tendeismust spetiiy usuui per I,oooStatute Acres, iucimling all rateable property thereon; ora bulk sum for t
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CORPORATE REFORM,

IRISH CORPORATE REFORM,

Lord MorpHh was to have moved on yesterday in the House of Commons for leave to bring in a bill to amend corporate institutions in Ireland, which suppose, was gmnted,—and are to expect this question to once more agitated, anti, of course, passed. The great aririmient made use of
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

EDINBURGH—RETURN OF MR. MACAULAY. On Thursday the election took place at the Cross, with the usual formalities. Treasurer Stodart proposed the Right Hon, Thomas Babington Macaulay. Bailie Grieve seconded the nomination. The Sheriff then asked if any other candidate was to propos
February 1, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
COW-KEEPING,

COW-KEEPING,

Four premiums of £-2 each, willjbc given in each barony to the holder land, not exceeding ten acres, who shall feed in shed, on green food from the first day of May to the first day of November, one milch cow, and additional £1 if she continued to be fed in house on Turnips, Cat
February 29, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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;/ y ' '' ' ' * WEXFORD, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1843. No. 1243 —VOL. XIII. TO DANIEL O’COXNELL, ESQ. M. P. s, January )(i, IBIU. Pm- I urn fully aware that in addressing you lav inyselt open to tli« risk of general abuse, n .,re especially as lam unfortunate to belon'r a class w
February 15, 1843 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
house to the distress of the country and the operation of the scale. Mr. S CRAWFORD gave notice that, on

house to the distress of the country and the operation of the scale. Mr. S CRAWFORD gave notice that, on

, Thursday, February he should move for, leave bring in a bill to secure full , mentation of the people, and to shorten the , duration of parliament. Mr. FEUKAND gave notice of'his intention to move amendment to Mr. motion for total repeal of the corn laws, j that this house is
February 15, 1843 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland