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he SO li, D, by PRIVATE TREATY, the NEXT PREt sENTATioN to a PERPETUAL CUR CY, within eight miles of

he SO li, D, by PRIVATE TREATY, the NEXT PREt sENTATioN to a PERPETUAL CUR CY, within eight miles of

Preston. The present Incumb t upwards of xev enty.—Further particulars may be had fro i Messrs. BUCK and McKsoNs, Solicitors, Preston.
June 20, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
L IVERPOOL TEA COMPANY, 78. BOl.n-slab:ET, near / ..11__A •the Music-hall, have received from Canton large Assortment of Plain and

L IVERPOOL TEA COMPANY, 78. BOl.n-slab:ET, near / ..11__A •the Music-hall, have received from Canton large Assortment of Plain and

Fancy Black and Green 4.AS, which in price and quality are equal to any in the kin mil. They have "Mandarin' Tea; Which exceeds in s ngth and delicacy of 11 voar any, other Black Tea hitherto imported. The above - Teas may be had in any quantity, from two ounces to 'a chest. COF
June 20, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE, JUNE 17. We have this week had moderate supplies of each article of the Corn trade, during

LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE, JUNE 17. We have this week had moderate supplies of each article of the Corn trade, during

the tame period the weather has been as fine as possible for crops, and, this havire , its Usual influence on the trade, the business has been to a very limited extent. For Wheat little or no change can be made from Tuesday's quotations ; but at yesterday's market both Oats and
June 20, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
VALUABLE CHURCH PROPERTY .-- On MoNDNY next, 'the 26th' itistaut, at OnV • e - clock, at - . Clafeudon-rooms,

VALUABLE CHURCH PROPERTY .-- On MoNDNY next, 'the 26th' itistaut, at OnV • e - clock, at - . Clafeudon-rooms,

- . . • .LIORTY-SEVEN SHARES in the NEW at EGREMONT, with the extensive BURIAL GROUND' thereto. •The above Shares,'being upwards of Five7eighths of I the entiie Building , com mand the future Presentati ons period given by the Act of P arliament. - For further particulars apply
June 20, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GIBSON AND GLASSON'S BANK.RUPTCY. GREAT c .SALE. MESSRS. MIRFIN AND C 0.,. . (OF LONDON AND MANCIIRSTRR,) IT II deference

GIBSON AND GLASSON'S BANK.RUPTCY. GREAT c .SALE. MESSRS. MIRFIN AND C 0.,. . (OF LONDON AND MANCIIRSTRR,) IT II deference

Inform the Ladie4 of Liverpool, and the v Public, that thPv are now SELLING OFF this truly . . Rich and Splendid STOCK of SILKS, SHAWLS. MUSLINS,. RIBBONS, LACg, ER.Y, &c. &c. &e. ' AT THE SHOP, No. 71, BOLD STREET, • • TWO DOORS FROM consos AND (MASSON'S. The Inhabitants of Liv
June 20, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RkPORNI ACT ,AMENDMENT BILL.

RkPORNI ACT ,AMENDMENT BILL.

RkPORNI ACT , AMENDMENT BILL. • On the order of the day foi the second reading of the reform of parliament act amendment bill being read, Lord JOHN II said he must oppose the bill; but in Si) doing, he would not occupy the time of the house more than a few moments. The bill propo
May 16, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TURNPIKE TRUST'S BILL

TURNPIKE TRUST'S BILL

TURNPIKE TRUST ' S BILL Mr. MACKINNON moved the second reading of the turnpike trusts bill. Lord WORSLEY moved that it be read a secocd time that day six months. Alter a short discussion, both the amendment and bill were witndrawn. • Mr. 11 AWES inquired whether there was any int
May 16, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NEW GRANADA.

NEW GRANADA.

Mr. IlumE asked if Lord Palmerston lay on the table of the ho use copies f had any o bj ec ti o n t o the correspondence between the tritish government an d that of New Granada. He o hoped it would show that n o undue ad to ha tl d ie q n u ° ite l'i satisfied th a t hon. produc
May 16, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COMMITTEE OF WAYS AND MEANS

COMMITTEE OF WAYS AND MEANS

On the motion of Mr. Rica, the house went into committee on ways and means and Mr. Rice asked for a vo t e o f LI 1,000,000 Exchequer-bills for the service of the year 1837. In answer to questions from Mr. Goulburn, Mr. Rice gave an explanation relative to the condition of the u
May 16, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AWFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION AT PERTH.

AWFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION AT PERTH.

(From. the Peith Constitutional.) It is with pain and regret we have to announce one of the , most appaillug calamities which ever occurred in this city or neighbourhood. While we go to press, the most magnificent, extensive, and complete edifice of its kind in the kingdom-- per
May 16, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England