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DAVID KEOGH

DAVID KEOGH

HAVING purchased the above beautifully situated Hotel from its late proprietor, Mr. John Power, begs respectfully to acquaint the patrons of this Fstuh. liehment, Commercial representatives, and Families visiting Waterford that, having undergone a thorough repair, and many neces
June 28, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IN BANKRUPTCY.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

OF BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY. In the Matter of Lawrence Joyea, of Enniscorthy, in the County of Wexford, Draper, Bankrupt, TO BE SOLD BY TENDER, By Order and subject to the approval of the said Court, and to the Conditions of Sale filed in the Office of said Court, IN THREE LOTS
June 28, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WEXFORD. STOCK FARM OP 130 STATUTE ACRES FOR SALE,

COUNTY WEXFORD. STOCK FARM OP 130 STATUTE ACRES FOR SALE,

TO BE SOLD, 130 Statute Acres as conveyed by the Landed Estates Court to the present owner, being a portion of the North Wexford Harbour Reclaimed Lands, adjoining the Public Road at Ardcavan, and within one and a half miles of the town of Wexford. These Lands have been for seve
June 28, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SAMUEL SON’S MOWERS AND REARERS

SAMUEL SON’S MOWERS AND REARERS

FROM the great success of these Machines last year, we feel the utmost cohtidence in recommending them to the Agricultural Public. PATENT BALANCE DRAFT” MOWER, £l7 0 PATENT “BALANCE DRAFT” COMBINED MOWER AND REAEER (reduced in price this year) ... ... •• .. £2l 0 This is a great
August 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
E 338, Poet Office, Wexford.

E 338, Poet Office, Wexford.

FOR SALE. Thebe comfortable dwelling-houses. aud Ground for another, with Garden attached situate opposite the Dock Yard. Premises held under lease of 99 years. For further particulars apply to P. J. O’FLAH ERTY, Bso, 17, Upper Ormond Qaay, Dublin and Wexford. HOOSB FAINTING, GL
April 8, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IT Y OF DUBLIN HOSPITAL

IT Y OF DUBLIN HOSPITAL

"physician*—J. Hawtrey Ecnwn,MßT LKQ npLRCSI;SIVI Hewitt, L K Q C I, R C I. Snrmont—William Har({ra«, M D, R S, Profewor 8 Surgery, C 8 j Joliffa Tufnel, Ex-Regius ProfMror „/ Military Surgery, and Examiner in Surgery C b, FRC SLKQ I. Senior Demou- Lwr of Anatomy RCS; John M Pur
November 2, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
of the armies will bo conducted with their regiments in their corps, and in military order. This measure will commence

of the armies will bo conducted with their regiments in their corps, and in military order. This measure will commence

on the 2nd Septemb r, and will terminate on the 3rd. The soldiers will be brought up by the Meuse near D’Oyzers and put in the hands of the German commissary by their oSScers, who will then gWt their commands to their non-commissioned officers. The military surgeons will remain,
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HARVESTING MACHINERY, &c.

HARVESTING MACHINERY, &c.

THERE unnl IMPROVEMENTS in MOWERS nad yenr. keepinf Terj Urge and well assorted stock of Machines Best Makere this !*"“ * parchasera maj hare opportunity of comparing their aeveral merits, selecting that most requirements. . , , Onr Stock of Mowing and Beeping Machines selected
August 12, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
DECISIVE DBPRAT OF THE COMMUNISTS.

DECISIVE DBPRAT OF THE COMMUNISTS.

The insurgents mat with severe defeat on Monday. Large defensive works have been carried cat at Aanieres doring the last few days. The generals of the Commune believed the position safe from any attack. Beyond the Bridge over the Seine strong barrioade was thrown np fifteen yard
April 22, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
•xittiog. mainUined the bill was good ao far at went, and canted great merriment by explaining that aptoial force to

•xittiog. mainUined the bill was good ao far at went, and canted great merriment by explaining that aptoial force to

be created under the bill to waton the pnblio houses, and that the publicans ware to be taxed to pay this. Ha hoped they would be taxed to pay for their own panpera and criminals, and then the business would not be quite so luoratiye at present. Thera was great cheering on the s
April 22, 1871 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland