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PLATE STEAM-SHIP ASSOCIATION STEAM FROM LIVERPOOL

PLATE STEAM-SHIP ASSOCIATION STEAM FROM LIVERPOOL

FOR MONTE VIDEO and BDENOS AYRES DIRECT, «*»rri l The undersigned despatch a STEAMER month); to the River Plate, and are open to engage Passengers ■HMHHMiat the following moderate fares. The attention of Emigrants is special); requested to this opportunity Ship. Register. Tons B
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM TIIF. EVENING STANDARD

FROM TIIF. EVENING STANDARD

Cbecfoo, Juiie 30.—0n Tuesday 21st June, a ■ 59 mob, with the obvious connivance of the nfOrins, and especially of Chung How, the Oover-11111 Tientsin, simultaneously attacked the French LuUte, the Catholic Church mission, and the hspital o*f the Sisters of Mercy. It was at two
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
eathyark lime and limestone.

eathyark lime and limestone.

M. WALSH begs to inform the Public they can V now have the Limestones banked-up, which will an advantage those who require them. Each waggon will contain over Thirty-six hundred weight.— Kilns, if wanted, can be had' by giving doe notice. Price, otf the bank, 3s each waggon. ENG
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
earth has not seen since Napoleon retreated from Moscow with the relics of half million of men.- JNeitlier side give

earth has not seen since Napoleon retreated from Moscow with the relics of half million of men.- JNeitlier side give

us a hint of their losses from disease, though an order for 30,090 woollen belts is ominous ; but noted before war was declared the special liability of Prussian troops to bowel-dieease, and every army surgeon knows what happens when hundreds of thousands of ill-fed men, without
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FLIGHT OK PEASANTS INTO PARIS.

FLIGHT OK PEASANTS INTO PARIS.

The Telcyvvyh's Paris correspondent describes the confusion at the railway station, and in some the leading thoroughfares indescribable and presenting an almost incredible spectacle. Monday morning uearl} every street was lilled with all sorts of vehicles bearing mattresses and
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE JUNCTION OF MACMAHON AND BAZAINE.

THE JUNCTION OF MACMAHON AND BAZAINE.

Paris, Monday—The junction of MacMahon and Bazaine’s forces has been effected, that is say, they are within supporting distance of each other, without any possibility their communications being cut. The news has not as yet been given out officially, but there is question of the
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF FLAX AT

AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF FLAX AT

BELFAST. MR. G, GERALD BINGHAM, Secretary of the North East Agricultural Association of Ireland, also Secretary of the Special Committee ior Promoting the Growth of Flax in Ireland, continues to sell Southern and Western Flax, Commission, Belfast. Cash advances will be made, req
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATER, Price

WATER, Price

FOH and ENGLISH CHOLERA. milß GREAT HEIIEOT of the day is JL Dr. J.COLH3, BBOWNE's CHLORODYNE, a few doses Will cure all incipient cases. Caution.—The extraordinary medical reports on the efficacy Chlorodyne venders it or vi tal importance that tho public should obtain the (/euu
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DEFENCE OF PARIS.

THE DEFENCE OF PARIS.

The following is the text of a notice posted throughout Palis on Monday night:— Considerable reserves of provisions have been made by cava of tl.a AtlmirJfli r. , .ta—arc inur^nsiug every day. Nevertheless, the Prefect cf the S*inu thinks it right council the inhabitants to prov
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PROPOSED SACK OF PARIS.

PROPOSED SACK OF PARIS.

A correspondent of tho Globe gives a conversation which he had with Prussian officer at the seat of war, Tho officer said-Up to the lime we crossed the Moselle our entire losses amounted to about 100,000 nieu, from all causes —killed, wounded, disabled by sickness, missing, and
September 3, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland