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iHlj« •*PEO BEGIN A ET PATHIA.” WEXFORD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER the talk about peace. Simnltaneonsly with the announcement that M. Juki

iHlj« •*PEO BEGIN A ET PATHIA.” WEXFORD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER the talk about peace. Simnltaneonsly with the announcement that M. Juki

Fatre, the French Prociaional Minister for Foreign Affaire, had gone to talk about peace with Count Bismarck—we (ear there is too much ground for stating the incident thus—the Standard gare ns an important rerelation of the Count’s view the war and the possible conditions of pea
September 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MAKRIA6BB.

MAKRIA6BB.

On the IJth iust., at the Catholic Church, Ramsgrange, bj the Kcv. Thomas Doyle, P.P., Mr. Janies Goodwin, New House, Bridgetown, to Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. John Sheean, Kilbride, Duncannon.— No cards sent. On the 17th inst., at the Catholic Church, Clearystown, by the Rer. N
September 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PATENT DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGH,

NEW PATENT DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGH,

WE have the greatest confidence in recommending the above as the most Pkaciicai. Implement of the kind vet offered the the Public. The Plough is shortek than an ordinary Plough. It has the advantage of handles. It raised out of its work dropping the Centre Wheel, on which t.ie w
September 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW

NEW

EW GNEEAL DRAPERY AND U ESTABLISHMENT, 4, NORTH MAIN-STREET. MISS DIXON, Late of Mr. P. Walsh’s, Rowe-street, Begs to inform her Friends and the Public that the house, formerly occupied the late Mr. James Pettigrew, has been taken her and the Misses DIXON, (late of Buckley's Mill
September 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
(Trafalgar Dock').

(Trafalgar Dock').

7 .. Night II Morning .. Evening 104 __ Horning both for Cabin and TUESDAY 6th TUESDAY 13 th WEDNESDAY Slit TUESDAY 27th Superior uccommo Deck Passengers. FAKES—Cabin 12> 6d. Return 18s. DECK, 6s Od Shippers of Dead Weigh tend Live Stock are requested to hare their Goods at the
September 24, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRST PART.

FIRST PART.

Chorus of Houris” (from Das Paradies und die Peri) By Schumann Pianoforte Duet,“L’Eloil»duNord” ... By 8. Smith The MISSES UUNVILLE Sang, Killarney” .. ... Balfe MISS G. COGHLAN. Vocal Duet, The Chimes of St. Mary’s” By Claribel MISS WALLACE and MISS BROMELL. Song, Man the Life-
September 28, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLOW RACES.

CARLOW RACES.

public meeting was held in the Club-house on Monday last, for the putposa of making arrangements for the forthcoming races at Ballybar. fhetbair was taken by Mr. Mathew Byrne, and a number ot those interested were in attendance. A long discussion took place on matters of detail,
September 7, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CROWN PRINCESS OF PRUSSIA,

THE CROWN PRINCESS OF PRUSSIA,

Berlin, August 30.—Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess Prussia leaves here this evening mail train for Homburg, to assist the sick and wounded. The Prince and Princess of Wales are fully expected to repeat their visit to Dunrobin about a fortnight lence, and to s some weeks in
September 7, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HARVESTING MACHINERY. THOMPSON BROTHERS Would call the attention of the agricultural public to their well-selected stock of Harvesting Implements. Mowing

HARVESTING MACHINERY. THOMPSON BROTHERS Would call the attention of the agricultural public to their well-selected stock of Harvesting Implements. Mowing

and Reaping Machines.—For these see our special advertisement. Hay Tedders, in variety, by best makers. _ American Horsk Hay R.kes in various sizes. In wood, |, wrought-iron beams an., iteel teeth, in variety. u.*-- with The New Prize Stab * B, T section; steel teeth—Awarded the
September 7, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
M O’DONNELL’S HOTEL, WEXFOKD BY AUCTION. tmportant to Hotel Propsictors, and persons requiring First-class Furniture. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

M O’DONNELL’S HOTEL, WEXFOKD BY AUCTION. tmportant to Hotel Propsictors, and persons requiring First-class Furniture. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

On TUESDAY, OCTOBERS, 1870, On the Premises, the Interest in M’DONN ELL’S HOTEL. The House was built purposely for a Hotel in 1855, and has been doine a first-class business since, which will continued till ihe day o! Sale. is held under Lease for 999 years the nominal rent of A
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland