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THE SICK AND WOUNDED.

THE SICK AND WOUNDED.

PHO REGINA ET PAXBIA.” WEXFORD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1870. have beard enough and more than enough, though shall be compelled to hear much more, of the horrors of this most horrid war. No historian or newspaper correspondent ever jet oonld fnllj narrate, artist erer picture, th
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION.

HOME GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION.

inaugural meeting of ike above named association was held in the Rotundo. The Round Room, in which the proceedings took place, was about half filled when the proceedings began. The gallery was only partially occupied, a number of ladi- s being amongst the audience. The platform
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WEXFORD GAOL.

COUNTY WEXFORD GAOL.

O BALED Tender, for the deli Tory «t .nch »nd .ocfiVantitie. a. .hall required, ofthefolkwing arUcle. for three, .ix, or nine monih., J!' ' 1,6 ,1*? hv the Board of Sapcriotendeace Wednesday Uth of Seotember, 1870, each tender to «et forth the name, of two solvent sureties for t
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MAS3ACHEE OF THE 017AED MOBILE.

MAS3ACHEE OF THE 017AED MOBILE.

Paris, Thursday.—The Journal de la Marne thus relate* the disaster which overtook the town of Vitry. It was at first intended to defend the town, but at the mpmeut the Prussians arrived it was decided to send tbs Mobile to Chateau-Tbierry. The guns were spiked and thrown into th
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CHASING THE UHLANS.

CHASING THE UHLANS.

A eomapondent of the Etoile Beige thus describes j bia adventures the way from Uetz to Verdnn It was about fire o’clock when wa reached Grarelotte. The green and gold uniforms which appeared in all directions showed that we were near tbs Em- i peror’s headquarters. adyanced a fe
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
POULTRY-KEEPING A LARGE SCALE. The possibility of keeping a large number of poultry in one spot has been discussed in

POULTRY-KEEPING A LARGE SCALE. The possibility of keeping a large number of poultry in one spot has been discussed in

our {Field) columns. The attempt has often been made in England, but has always been followed by failure. Of these the poultry farms at Bromley aud Wimbledon are striking examples. Ine only hope of success in rearing a large number of poultry in one locality is in giving them a
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW DICTATOR.

THE NEW DICTATOR.

The Paris correspondent the Telejraph shows the character of Comte du Pulikao as these critical times have brought it out. The new Dictator of France, he says, is man of iron. man can take liberties with him. There is a well authenticated story to the effect, that onlv last week
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB AUMV AGAINST MAGMA HON.

TUB AUMV AGAINST MAGMA HON.

A Foreign Legal ion in Paris, Tuesday, received a despatch from Berlin, in which it was stated that seven army corps 2-3,000 men each had been left before Metz, that the Crown Prince of Saxony had pushed forward to attack MacMahon with 100,000 men, while the Crown Prince Prussia
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IHE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

IHE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. FROM OUB LONDON CORRESPOND «KT. As I write, are expecting news more important even than that of the first three engagements on the frontier, or of the next three battles near Met*. The plot of this great war-drama is now opening oat intelligibly. The first ac
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT AMERICA.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT AMERICA.

(SHORT SEA PASSAGE). EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY TO THE SLENDID MAIL STEAMERS of the ALLAN LINE, r i runn * n * connection with the GRAND other Railways, and forwarding Passengers on easy terms to all stations in CANADA and the WESTERN STATES:— ♦Nestorian, ♦Scandinavian .. North
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland