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[moM THE MORNINO POST.]

[moM THE MORNINO POST.]

According to our anticipation!, the mini«teri»l cri•it has ended in the restoration to office of Lord John Russell’s cabinet. Lord J. Russell and his colleagues cannot unite with Sir James Graham and bis friends ** and know the reason why.’* Lord Aberdeen, Lord Canning, and Mr.
March 8, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CASTLEBRIDGE FAIR

CASTLEBRIDGE FAIR

Castlkbridob, Sipt. 26.—This was rather large fair; but fat cattle scarce. Fat cattle went olf from £7 to £lO 10s.; store bullocks and heifers, to ; yearliogs, 36a to ; fat sbeep told from 30a to 40a per head ; stores from 20e to 30s; lambs, 15a to 21a: were sold for the Liverpo
September 27, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN-EXCHANGE—Sept. S3.

DUBLIN CORN-EXCHANGE—Sept. S3.

DUBLIN CORN-EXCHANGE Sept. S3. Our market this morning, owing to the burry the haggart housing crop*, Ac., was, the whole, limited. Holders were firm at previous rates. Retailers have further raised their price* 1 d per stone, we believe in consequence of bring obliged to pick an
September 27, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
“ THE EMERALD WREATH.**

“ THE EMERALD WREATH.**

THE EMERALD WREATH.** are delighted to perceive that the lovers and patrons our national literature and music, are about be favoured with a new volume of Songs and Sonnets” Ac., from the pea of ourgifted friend Dr. Whitf. The prospectus of the work which cannot foil to be read wi
September 27, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WEXFORD CRICKETERS.

WEXFORD CRICKETERS.

•We üßdcrstaad that the Wexford Cricket Club Athletic Garnet will come off at Carrigmenan cricket ground on Tneeday next, at twelve o’clock, when very novel and agreeable day’a amusement may be expected. THE FAREWELL. The wide world before me, and I go Like the knight-errant of
September 27, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
2330 9740 490

2330 9740 490

2330 9740 Awurr-D - September 24, Town of Wexford, Morphy, general cargo, Liverpool; Charlea Walker, Engllab, coaU, Llanelly; Columbine, Hugbee, do, Llrerpool. lively, Couains, general cargo, Dublin; Brilliant, Murphy, do, Glasgow; Commerce, Boaaiter, do, coals; Taylor Naylor, Cl
September 27, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
That blr<**d me while a boy

That blr<**d me while a boy

But now por.ip and -plendour That riches c.ra impj'rt, I would to fate />ur>euder y claim woman's he;*. 4. O ! seme lonely dwelling, Within mou alain glen. When* on the bieezeisswelling No t.eacbennm voice ol men ; Where dews and »unsiiiue nourish The wild flowe' far uport; How
September 27, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OPENING OF THE RAILWAY GALWAY. of December next, but it will be seen that the stipulated period been anticipated

THE OPENING OF THE RAILWAY GALWAY. of December next, but it will be seen that the stipulated period been anticipated

by five months! We regretted to find great national event like this, celebrated, if may use the term, with such scant ceremony. The lannching of ferry boat has often created nearly marked sensation the opening of railway which, it ia hoped, will make Ireland the chief highway of
August 6, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
religious principles and wants and interests are identified with ours, whose magnificent literary institutions, founded.on the ages of faith, and

religious principles and wants and interests are identified with ours, whose magnificent literary institutions, founded.on the ages of faith, and

surviving to the present day, bear glorious testimony to the zeal of your ancestors in the cause of learning—to you who owe such a debt of gratitude to Heaven for repeopling the long-desolate sanctuary of your church, not only with the venerable members of your revived hierarchy
August 6, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WEXFORD MARKET—Fan. 21.

WEXFORD MARKET—Fan. 21.

Wheat (nor barrel) 20s «d j Buley, 12s l*9dTo.U,B.«di9.oJt Beum, «d , Indian Corn, IBs to 19s Rye, 16s Od Ifle ; Butter, TfaOd per ewt Flour-FUsU. 32s 6d to 33.9 d; (on sack) FiM, Od Sis Seoonde, 28e 9d to t Thirds, 21s to Od ; lodiui Meal, Od 2ls Od, Oat-mesl. Od to 28. 9d, Rye
February 22, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland