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JJOAKD OF PUBLIC WORKS DRAINAGE. J Act* Tie,, c. 89 ;8 9 Vie., e. 69 ; Vic, 10 *II V>e.,

JJOAKD OF PUBLIC WORKS DRAINAGE. J Act* Tie,, c. 89 ;8 9 Vie., e. 69 ; Vic, 10 *II V>e.,

e. 79. DECLARATION. / WHEREAS, in exocoliun uf the neeeetiiry JWoi the Dreio«ee nod ioiproveraent the Leowwiib Dutriet of CAHOKE, the County of WAta*. found Ue, the CommiMionera of PobliotW orke i dead, nud We were of apiuien that Bugntt'e Brie ■he dhel-erge of the wnien under t
June 7, 1851 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD TO A LOVER OF CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.

THE WEXFORD TO A LOVER OF CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.

gca,—Will you base ■oodoato (lee In the next producUon, detmUoa of ealoauy; for np to this Use U(e, I really thought that men, who spoke the troth, (no matter how harsh and unsavoury polite) were not to to held guilty ofa that pact tiro cominnndmcnl, which forbids to hoar /she w
May 26, 1852 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Ihe I<l March, I Ml, »jf Major J. H'Mrh.

Ihe I<l March, I Ml, »jf Major J. H'Mrh.

Margaret M'Cannigui, nincleao jraara of agr, raMilmg New Town, had been .uff. ring from enj, ui rlwiißia. tie forer for npwarda two oiontlu, wLiel. liad entirely, deprived her tlio yae her limba doling thn the wat under the care the mott eminent in. dical men ■a Hobart Town, and
May 26, 1852 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ENNISCORTHY CATTLE SHOW,

THE ENNISCORTHY CATTLE SHOW,

YYe undereUnd that the ihow ground ie admirably aelcetrd j and that Mr. baa eontraeted for the ereetion of 105 pena and alalia. Ue baa raorirrd aceond bark from Mr. Etue, agent to Lord Portsmouth, the firat might too high** for Monday dinner, ao that eplenree of e»ery laate can
September 14, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

TEA COFFEE. JJ TT ia * bet, prand bj He rapidly Inereeainjc eoMBp- JL tie*, that the TEA told William WaYAo d». p«» lb., ia nallp good attMo, aad it giriog/oooia W. W., aineo hioooanaooaoiDent in botlneat. Aattood for tbo SUPERIOR QUALITY of bia COFFEES and, in order to defy com
March 16, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Deatbft.

Deatbft.

March 16, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCILIATION HALL. LOTAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. , The niual weekly mooting of tba aaaooUtkm took place Monday in Cone ilia

CONCILIATION HALL. LOTAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. , The niual weekly mooting of tba aaaooUtkm took place Monday in Cone ilia

Hall. JAMES MAHON, in the Chair. Mr. O’Connell, baring read a letter from Waterford, obterrod, Waterford had fallen from the palmy day. whan his father called it the Repeal city. Nothing could more unhappy than the bat election. He Tonld not apeak harshly the young gentleman irt
January 19, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

Jadga Moore The partiaa ware directed by the order of November to proceed with dao diligence to aaaka ant title, and I do tfalak that tba obfeetieae taken the ptaintifTa title hare bean friroloua, and moTthiaff boos ftdo, Mr. Filagibboa Q.C.—I aan not in aonditlon to deal with t
January 19, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET. ’ For such Ttrmat may bo agreedon andimimtUjXf given, / THE newly-built Dwrllinc-hoom, OBere, and kwfrinh Aerra

TO BE LET. ’ For such Ttrmat may bo agreedon andimimtUjXf given, / THE newly-built Dwrllinc-hoom, OBere, and kwfrinh Aerra

of Lauda of BALLYORBEL, within oaa mile tha Teva Enaiaeocthy, in tba Coonty of W axford. Tha Laada arc highly cnltiratad and planted, and Honao St foe ibo roeoption of Oeotloman’a family. Propooala in vritiag will roaoiood by H. Fituimou, Solicitor, Bnuioeorthy, or 3d, William-a
January 19, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—Jout 2J.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Jout 2J.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—J out 2J. THE FAMILY OF IRE LATE DI'KE OF CAMBRIDGE. The Merquis of LANBDOWNE presented, by commend of her Majesty, message from her Majesty to the boose, which wee read by the Lord Cheneelllor I from the woolsack, to the following effect Her Majesty being desiroo
July 27, 1850 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland