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LEICESTER SHEEP TO BE SOLD. SIX T«E BRED|NEW !,El IIOOGEIWUPS, warranted. A few hi bred will sold on reasonable terms

LEICESTER SHEEP TO BE SOLD. SIX T«E BRED|NEW !,El IIOOGEIWUPS, warranted. A few hi bred will sold on reasonable terms

Farmers, improve the breed in ll.e of Wextord. . Application to Dunsmane, neat Knniscorthy.
August 27, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Vort pcuio. '*• .1 . - • vlf •> • * •»

Vort pcuio. '*• .1 . - • vlf •> • * •»

January 2, 1836 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
£l)9 £sU.vrov3 jntftptn^tnU

£l)9 £sU.vrov3 jntftptn^tnU

.o be .barbed into .he The ihe.efoie .0 be frequently ch.n«ed, P*'' r _ ... early life, when cntaneous dr*ea«e« »»e c mon. the per.* of oueht to be loose, and of po-ous texture, bo h V free play lire vascul.r end permit the free exit «f the peroration, and 'absorb it readily. How
February 10, 1838 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SI tuble lord ha*. i»M mp about a want common aensp. Hp 4 lh« I lake any instrwclioos r«»tn wiih

SI tuble lord ha*. i»M mp about a want common aensp. Hp 4 lh« I lake any instrwclioos r«»tn wiih

regard to laughter)—and any •Mich put tons on ti»e of llial nobla lord •hall treat with nil that sovereign contempt •which the rules of the h •nse wll allow me to Xpress e f ). unbreorring any member of ihe Government, any member • lit»o<e, impute it to me and the noble lord wou
February 27, 1839 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COM MONS-Fm. 22

HOUSE OF COM MONS-Fm. 22

HOUSE OF COM MONS-Fm. Mr. CHARLES WOOD in reply to rj'ieslinn from >rd Ingestrie, gav« the sam explanatioo, with respect to (he French officer in taking pilot out of (he Kspress packet off Vera Crux, as was given Lord Minto in the House of Lords. In committee of supply, £2,000,00
February 27, 1839 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
longer voluntarily uphold. The enormities to winch i have hi-en refeinng have all txisied in die sacred no, in die

longer voluntarily uphold. The enormities to winch i have hi-en refeinng have all txisied in die sacred no, in die

desecrated name religion, and under the semblance and sanction of law. Law—yes, the word rs now ** obey while ti is law,” was a short time ago to hide dialogue tins text, a poor Catholic holder of about four of land and the Hro'eslanl clergyman his parish. I’ai, said the liecior
January 28, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL COHN ad ad Wheal, Fnglish, per 70H, Bed & while ... .8 4* Scotch & Welsh. 7 8 8

LIVERPOOL COHN ad ad Wheal, Fnglish, per 70H, Bed & while ... .8 4* Scotch & Welsh. 7 8 8

Irish red 7 1 white 7 8 8 2 new 5 6 8 Foreign 7 9 Oats, 45|b English & scotch 3 2 3 Irivh old ••.....3 3 new 3 3 3 6 Barley. 41' Imp qr English mailing 0 36
May 6, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
avenues

avenues

ciiiikod will) ppiiestriaiit and horsemeo of all classes, and frr ail pans of (tie county. North and South, A'klow iq the one side and liouk lower the oilier. snxious to ptesenl the expected itomoUtion ; and before one o'clock, street In the town, the extensive gaol ground-, ari
May 10, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SRcxtovtisn»#»eniit«h

SRcxtovtisn»#»eniit«h

sn»#»eniit«h delivery of his maiden speech, he went op, while Lord John llnssel was addressing the house in opposition lo Mr. Waller’s speech the poor U v question, lo one the side gallenee and stretched himself at full length his b ck on one of the seats. For some time thought h
May 10, 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PROCESSION FROM CASTLE Tlii scene pres?nieil itself almosl ’S ic'tption,and *er*el to foin-sh another proof ihe all rlasse* manifeE*, by

PROCESSION FROM CASTLE Tlii scene pres?nieil itself almosl ’S ic'tption,and *er*el to foin-sh another proof ihe all rlasse* manifeE*, by

every means their pnwt*r, their to one their country’s best (mads, and their deep regret the dep»rn»r« of a ju«t and,»herefore. beloverl rulf*r from their shores; We lr«-Hi hut could not number the elegant that lon»line left the Castle such an ex ent cause eoosi lerahle in'errup
February 20, 1839 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland