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new patent double furrow plough have the greatest confidence in recommending ▼ the above as the most Practical Implement of

new patent double furrow plough have the greatest confidence in recommending ▼ the above as the most Practical Implement of

the kind yet offered to the Public. The Plough is shorter than an ordinary Plough It has the advaniage of handles. It is raised out its work by dropping the Centre Wheel, on which to whole plough turns round, as on a pivot, thus obviating the two great objections to this class «
December 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
BEAN THRASHING.

BEAN THRASHING.

THE Subscribers beg to inform their friends and the public that they are now enabled to supply a want that has been long felt by the Farmers of the County— A BEAN THRESHING MACHINE, BY STEAM, Which will be a great saving to the produces, and will be hired out on economical terms
December 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF FLAX AT

AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF FLAX AT

AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF FLAX BELFAST. Mr. G. GERALD BINGHAM, Secretary of the North East Agricultural Association of Ireland, also Secretary of the Special Committee for Promoting the Growth of Flax in Ireland, continues sell Southern and Western Flax, on Commission, in Belfast. C
December 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Three Shillings each Mr Benjamin Hughes Miss Lacey M iss Mary Murphy MrJohnCarty Mrs J Hayes Miss Bishop Mrs Sinnott

Three Shillings each Mr Benjamin Hughes Miss Lacey M iss Mary Murphy MrJohnCarty Mrs J Hayes Miss Bishop Mrs Sinnott

Two and Sixpence each. Mrs Murphy Mr Michael Redmond Miss Mary Carr Mrs Walsh and her sister, Mr John Furlong Miss Fanny Carr Mr James Murphy Mr John Lacy MrMarkWhi’ty Miss Kate Kelly Mr Robert Lymberry Mr Patrick Duff Miss Cousins Mr James Doyle Mr James Redmond Mrs Morris (Hos
October 29, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Reaistered at the General Fast Office as a Newspaper.

Reaistered at the General Fast Office as a Newspaper.

P&IESTHAGGARD. John Donne C C, Pierce Barron John Codd, C C James Forristal Thomas Staples James Golfer Thomas Kent James Kenny John Hanlon Michael Forristal James Neill James Molloy John Murphy Michael Gulleton David Foley James Shallow William Foran Joseph Hnnt, P.L.G., Patric
October 29, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW BOGS. COUNTY WEXFORD.

NEW BOGS. COUNTY WEXFORD.

TO SOLD, Stores New Bogs, County Wexford, belonging to the late Finn of Messrs. Samuel r 'j.sthw*it A Company, held under Lease for residue years, from 25th March, 1835. at the yearly -£5O per annum. Private offers for the purchase of the above presubject to the title and condit
October 7, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELAND. FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND INCUM- BRANCERS. In tho Matter of the Estate Arnold William White,

LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELAND. FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND INCUM- BRANCERS. In tho Matter of the Estate Arnold William White,

and Robert John Porcher Broughton, Trustees tor Sale of the Estate of William Wilson Campbell, deceased. Owners and petitioners. And in the Matter th« Estate of Mary Ellen Wybrantw, wife of William Wybrants, and the said William Wyhranta and Mary Ellen Wybrants, Felix O’Neill, E
October 7, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GAME on the Joint Estates of The Earl of Grnnardandthe Honourable Mrs. Deane Morgan, is strictly preserved. All former

THE GAME on the Joint Estates of The Earl of Grnnardandthe Honourable Mrs. Deane Morgan, is strictly preserved. All former

leave withdrawn. Simon Little, Agent. Wexford, llth Sept., 1874.
October 7, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
OCTOBER T, WOOD’S COUNTY WEXFORD SEED ESTABLISHMENT, QXJ.A.Y. WEXFORD. gACKS JJIEE. SUPERIOR NEW ENGLISH GARBAGE SEEDS, OF SPLENDID QUALITY FOB

OCTOBER T, WOOD’S COUNTY WEXFORD SEED ESTABLISHMENT, QXJ.A.Y. WEXFORD. gACKS JJIEE. SUPERIOR NEW ENGLISH GARBAGE SEEDS, OF SPLENDID QUALITY FOB

AUTUMN SOWING. FRED WOOD’S CELEBEATED SELECTED VARIETIES OF CABBAGE SEEDS, FOE SFRINO, SUMMER, AND AUTUMN SOWINO. . . . , In this 6FaMsSfi»ijßlid wtaWiHhca for have earnestly sought, by the most Rudßcrnpulouß owe Stocks which arc most certain to produce th* quickest and best res
October 7, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland