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HOLLAND GIN.

HOLLAND GIN.

Gin,Dxtra Superior, in bottle, 42s per dozen. Do, very fine, 36s „ Do, do, in wood, 16s per gallon. JAMAICA RUM. Best Jamaica Ram, 16s per gallon. Lime Juice Syrup, 12s, 18s, A 24s per dozen. Ginger Liqueur?, 20s, and per dozen. W. W. Son would specially solicit attention their
September 7, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
’-'"1,., of 25. McA—JohnKehoe, PatriokUey, Mrg. '' Sn' Kavanagh, Mathew Kayanagh, (seoond Curran, , off wn ; “j.—jamea Aylward, Philip

’-'"1,., of 25. McA—JohnKehoe, PatriokUey, Mrg. '' Sn' Kavanagh, Mathew Kayanagh, (seoond Curran, , off wn ; “j.—jamea Aylward, Philip

M‘Cabe, , MuJphy! ja™ 1 y* Edward Cash, Leary, J.»y Williatn Quirk, Stephen Furlong, Moaca Redmond, Bridget Koach, John Scallan, ' ir! ' rolleton, George Hayea, AUcia Murphy, Nikolas Mart 18 p , Patrick Fortune, Daniel Karaionoth Thomas Potts, Jamca Murphy. each.-Umcs Murphy, Th
September 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Phipps Coles was born in 1819, and entered the in 1831. October, 1854, be took part in the assault on

Phipps Coles was born in 1819, and entered the in 1831. October, 1854, be took part in the assault on

Sebastopol. He designed the principle of the shield ironclad ships, and superintended the construction of the Koyal Sorereign. Mr. J. M. Car michael, one of the secretaries to the First Lord of the Admiralty, left town by mail train on Friday ni-ht for Brussels, to inform Mr. Ch
September 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 THRASHING MACHINE, BY STEAM, Which will be a great saving to the produces, and will be hired out on economical terms
September 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
GAME.

GAME.

TAKE Notice that the lands of Sanuderseonrt are strictly preserved. All former leave vithdrawn. Saunderscourt, 24th August, 1870. GAME NOTICE. THE GAME on my Estates in the County Wexford is strictly preserved—all former leave witadrawn, RAYMOND ROWE. August 29, 1870.
September 28, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
GAME.

GAME.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Game on the Estate of Lieutenant Colonel Tottenhun, via. Slevoy, Kabeen, Tottenham Green, Caroreigh, and Brickctstown is strictly presetred ; and any person found sporting thereon will be prosecuted according to law. (By Order) JOHN MOBRISSY. Tott
September 28, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

surrender of the empgkob and capitulation OF THE ARMY. Berlin, Saturday.—The Queen has received the following telegram from the King : Before Sedan, Friday, 7 22 p.m. A capitulation whereby the whole army at Sedan are prisoners of war has just been concluded with General Whimffe
September 7, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

SYMPATHY FOB THE SICK AND WOUNDED. BANKRUPTCY OF THE O’pONOGHDE, MJ 1 . _ _ . . , . . .. In the London Coart of Bankruptcy, od luesaay, One of the largest and moat enthneiaetio meetmga th(re - wu brfore Eegietrar Hazlitt a first meeting ever held in Wexford took place in the Tow
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

« Mr. Gladstone arrived in London o« Tuesday evening from Walmer Castle. Earl Granville has also returned to town.*’ Ido not quote these commonplace-looking announcements as the latest news, which they are not now, and certainly will not be by the lime your readers see this. But
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM WALKER % SON

WILLIAM WALKER % SON

BEG respectfully to call the attention their old and numerous friends to the following list of Wines, &c., &c. Wines bare been imported from the first houses in the trade, so we can confidently recommend them.
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland