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COUNTY WEXFORD. Gentlemen— ... .he hi, !... M.je,.y will requ.re -A- the immediate dissolution of Parliament, 1 leave most respectfully to announce to you m> determiiialion of .ohcihog the lav.urof your,of- Irnges, .0 replace me in .he dul.ngui.hed »ilu»lion one of your Represeni
02 August 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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02 August 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATURALISTS LIBRARY, Conducted Sir Wm. Jabdivf, B.rt. THE NEW VOLUME, Bring v«.i xvii rh’cs, nml Memoir and Po*rait of

THE NATURALISTS LIBRARY, Conducted Sir Wm. Jabdivf, B.rt. THE NEW VOLUME, Bring v«.i xvii rh’cs, nml Memoir and Po*rait of

Lam Price 6s. FOREIGN BUTTERFLIES. Same Volum-, for PrcAents. ine'J’-a Morocco, Price 9 . 6J.; 10 Silk, 7s. 6d. leave?,— THE BUTmIFLY GEM. Anv of the first may hid separately, each with between and 4 Coloured Plates. 1 rice HioniEv. London ; Lizars, Edinburgh; Owav.
02 August 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITE, WTO 8 O R M l' 8I r, Nohiliiy *nd jJo »t WexfoiW, jiuipoie of leiunvuip I*7 ITH begs

WHITE, WTO 8 O R M l' 8I r, Nohiliiy *nd jJo »t WexfoiW, jiuipoie of leiunvuip I*7 ITH begs

«iiifbri ** Geniry, nir llt-Mlj|iuoii io lOlliot Anuu#, immtit hit Piofetsional •vifca' ln[4 London, July UBlh,
05 August 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
. PoucK.-r-Thc«e are uielena «et «f beiafa w tbr Citj. They are worse tkao assies*. They as* aa expeas* to

. PoucK.-r-Thc«e are uielena «et «f beiafa w tbr Citj. They are worse tkao assies*. They as* aa expeas* to

the sititena, without rendering tliem proper protectiew ■ and it is seldom they *to to be found or seen when required. Daring the Election the fellows lied several respectable ' persons put in the tower sritboot the least canaa that we have heard. It is impossible to keep the ra
05 August 1837 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF LONGFORD.

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF LONGFORD.

Gr.NTLKMRX, BUT a tew months have elapsed since I Ust addressed you: I then promised that If you, I would apply myself to the promotion of the Commercial interests of this country, and 10 effect such an adjustment of the Tithe should consistent with the rights of property, due M
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCHERY FETE.

ARCHERY FETE.

On Wednesday las% the Meath Archers held their second meeting, for die season, at Clonabraney, the residence NV. B. Wade, Esq., who acted wth his usual hospitality on the occasion, throwing open his full suit of rooms, and giving the club the entire and exclusive use of his doma
07 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. GEORGE STEAM PACKET A- COM!IANY'S large ami Powerful New Ships are intended as folfows. viz. ; FOR CORK, The

ST. GEORGE STEAM PACKET A- COM!IANY'S large ami Powerful New Ships are intended as folfows. viz. ; FOR CORK, The

HERALD, Hugh Roche, R.N., Comma<f3cr, Thursday, August, at Ten o’clock Morning. £j. FOR HRISTOL, The JCNO, M. Moat arty, R.N., day, August, at Nino o’Clock Morning. FOR GREENOCK AND GLASGONJT The JUPWER, William Ellis, K.N., (ynntandcr, Wednesday, ’2d August, at Ten o’clock Morn
02 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Doctor Smith having heard that a system of imposition is being practised in Dublin, and more extensively still some country

Doctor Smith having heard that a system of imposition is being practised in Dublin, and more extensively still some country

towns in Ireland, under the assumed sanction of his name, by persons falsely representing as Agents for the sale of his Medicines, &c.—fthe Dj/ttmMs Ai/enl in Galwny or Longford)—wiopis (ius£nqdk/of V exposing, the impostors, and cautioning the I’ld/icyam/nst purchasing his Medi
02 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Kingstown Church, them faint son of Edwin Battenby, Esq. In Clonmel, Mary, wife of Mr, James Bulger. At Peachmount,’ John Hudson, Esq. At Sunday‘swell, Cork, Henrietta, second daughter Richard Edward Hull, of House, E«q. Lower tirosvenor-street, Madame Jane Frances Hading. Gl
02 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland