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December 14, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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CHPBCHB6»d ProtpeotoMK obtained iaforaatfon Ofioa. m of |« G.' Ay». f« IC.* SMITH FI ELD CATTLE MARKET—Die. _ “~“ «lt«r»tion m prit™. <B4ts««> pet c*t.,*lnkliii The prime.! herief end buU«k »»• o._ o«U ; KCOTd-tate tofcriot e«w> The belt multon, pee le . per Ik, do. . . . Veel—4
December 4, 1852 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFOKD INDEPENDENT. REPAYMENT OP RELIEF ADVANCES.

THE WEXFOKD INDEPENDENT. REPAYMENT OP RELIEF ADVANCES.

The following is Lord John Bussell's letter to Lord Lucan (Chairman of the May* Board), referred to in our article elsewhere, headed, u The Famine Debt*:”— Bangor, Sept 1841. Hr Lord— l have had the honour to receive your Lordship’s letterof thellth instant, forwarding copy of r
October 8, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Modern furniture, carriage, cars, TAX CART, HORSES, STOCK, 'HAY, ' &Cy x johk walsb, auctioksib, Has bt#n iottroeted John Pichkm,

Modern furniture, carriage, cars, TAX CART, HORSES, STOCK, 'HAY, ' &Cy x johk walsb, auctioksib, Has bt#n iottroeted John Pichkm,

Eaq.yW.P., TO SELL BY AUCTION. (without rmit*,) TUESDAY, 14th Initint, and Day, At FAREE HOUSE, The Entire Furnitore, Comprising Sets Dinner, Breakfast, Safa, Loo. Card, Work, and Hall Tables Drawing-Room, Parlonr, Easy, and Prie-Disu Chairs: Spring.seated Sofas and Loungers j S
October 8, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

IBELAKD AKD THK IRISH—MORE MOISTURE— SELECT CARD PARTY—AN ANGEL VISITANT _THE LEAGUE AND BISHOP—THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR, Ice. . stooeybetter, Oct 4th, 1851. I declare to gracious, Thady, the propriethors of covered can aren’t in boith of good spirits these days, they’re not fit
October 8, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MIGRANTS’ Xu LiveitPoor., VCU3AN-*TRKET, CLARKXCR-DOCK, EaUUidMl uudvr (be Falraiume.aud Sepiwrt <>f (be t Hour R«r. Dr. CULLEN, >nd of the

MIGRANTS’ Xu LiveitPoor., VCU3AN-*TRKET, CLARKXCR-DOCK, EaUUidMl uudvr (be Falraiume.aud Sepiwrt <>f (be t Hour R«r. Dr. CULLEN, >nd of the

Cuhelie Dietiopaud Clerty. For tub Photkctio* ov Euiurantj Fraud abd Impokition. Ledgioß, Fm» PetMtß Night. Children eixh-r 14 Veen, Twe Fence. Thae Bed. Couking, Bathe, Writing MateriaU, nod the usauf Booka and Mapa. Emipemta ire parti naiariy oationed aye in at Peraona who eri
November 29, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Bwlnlng fro™ proton* week, 939; admitted dorinp the week, (t; d lac barged, 94 ; died to tolnnary, I ;

Bwlnlng fro™ proton* week, 939; admitted dorinp the week, (t; d lac barged, 94 ; died to tolnnary, I ;

re—to do, 107; died to fcrer boepital, S; rem*toln(f to de, 110 to loaatle want*, IS. Total to Um OB tke 29th of October, 943. Arareceeaet each peeper dartofc the week, I* 3d. leSrmary. o}d. In fever hoepital, 1* tfd. Coat prarlatona neeaaaarle* recelrad during; the weak 9M. Coa
November 1, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
engraving. . . 1 ”'’ most of u ’> »rd of • artiat’ ‘proof.l THE ROYAL VISIT. proofs before letters/

engraving. . . 1 ”'’ most of u ’> »rd of • artiat’ ‘proof.l THE ROYAL VISIT. proofs before letters/

India paper proo»,’ and of en ? ? » “any of which are HER MAJESTY’S FIRST VISIT TO THE GREAT EX> sold for sums of money ; but not many non- I lIIBITION OF 1853 professional readers quiet understand the meaning ' at.* •» « a • . * . . , of the several terms. We will enlighten the
September 3, 1853 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COUNTY PRISON

THE COUNTY PRISON

The following a copy of the official answer received by Doctor Box well to his application, for promptly rendering the Gaol Hospital more consonant to the health of the patients. Doctor B. has entitled himself, for his humanity, to the thanks of every philanthropist : Dublin Cas
April 25, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE,

PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE,

On Monday last the Earl of Auran, with his amiable and accomplished Countess, presided at a Tea Party of Teetotallers, composed of his Lordship's tenants, workmen and neighbours—in order to give stimulus their example to the progress of that glorious and blessed revolution which
April 25, 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland