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COURT NEWS, &c.

COURT NEWS, &c.

Windsor, Fib. 7.—Prince Ernest, of Lieuteant-General the Hon. Sir J. Scarlett, and Colonei the Hon. A. and Mre. Gordon, arrived yesterday afternoon, on a visit.-The visitors and Major-General the ■ H°n. Charles Grey had the honour of dining; with her Majesty in the evening.—Prin
February 9, 1856 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Anrasrmrntf. _____ THEATRE-ROYAL, LIVERPOOL. inrafoa for limited number * nleh's. THHKK NIGHTS T!IE .. h Its popularly. must withdrawn of

Anrasrmrntf. _____ THEATRE-ROYAL, LIVERPOOL. inrafoa for limited number * nleh's. THHKK NIGHTS T!IE .. h Its popularly. must withdrawn of

pacing the »x «Ji Machinery in the Theatre for in entirely original of and Artistic Effectiveness. This EVENING (Saturday*, the 9th inst., 81RAN.JKR ! -v..-itnuiecr Mr. I Mr». Ilaller Hiss Faje. To conclude with th«» Grand. Local, Legendary Pantomime. entitle! HARLEQUIN ST*AM: T
February 9, 1856 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COMMERCIAL SALES. MONDAY. Monday next, the 11th »t Twelve o'clock, at the Brokirn' ofllce, 10. 59 Casts SPERM OIL. ,lj

COMMERCIAL SALES. MONDAY. Monday next, the 11th »t Twelve o'clock, at the Brokirn' ofllce, 10. 59 Casts SPERM OIL. ,lj

t,, COX BROTHERS. Broken. n Monday next, the 11th Instant, at Twelve o'clock, at the Brokers' Offlce, 6. Cook-ntteet. 100 Tons St. Domingo O D, Now landing, ex HenrieUa On Monday next, the Instant, at Twelve o'clock, the Broken' Office, 90. 10 Casks OIL. Apply to BIGLAND. SONS,
February 9, 1856 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BERLIN BATTLE COSTS NAZIS 85 PLANES

BERLIN BATTLE COSTS NAZIS 85 PLANES

LJ.S. Bombers Hammer Big Munition Works AT least eighty-five German aircraft were destroyed in a furious air battle over Berlin yesterday, when the German capital was bombed by American “heavies” for the first time in two months. Two enemy fighters attacking a lagging Lancaster
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
mw BRITISH ENVOY TO

mw BRITISH ENVOY TO

SYRIA The King has approved the appointment of Mr. Terence Allen Shone. C.M.G., Counsellor at the British Embassy in Cairo, with the local rank of Minister, to be Minister to the republics of Syria and the Lebanon, in succession to Major-General Sir Edward Spears. Sir Edward Spe
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE TEA PARTY

THE TEA PARTY

Miss Esther Forbes’s J Trcmain (Chatto and Windus, is an American historical novel ' unlike so maaiy of its kind, is just right length. It is concerned with re . events, yet the fictional narrative is keP clear and unhampered. The backgroU 11 is Boston at about the time of the P
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
£l,OOO JEWELS THEFT

£l,OOO JEWELS THEFT

Jewellery valued at more than £l,OOO was stolen from the home of Lady Cecilia Johnstone, of Park House, Gaddesby, near Melton Mowbray, on Monday. Lady Cecilia stated yesterday that it was not possible at present to say exactly the amount of her loss. A ladder was found placed ag
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CAPITAL FOR INDUSTRY

CAPITAL FOR INDUSTRY

PEER’S PLEA FOR LOANS Lord Stanley of Alderley, one of the youngest Liberal peers (he is thirty-seven), suggested in the House of Lords yesterday that the Government should float loans, similar to war loans, for restarting industry after the war. They could be called workers’ lo
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
T* wututv cm • rami o sconANP

T* wututv cm • rami o sconANP

T* wututv cm rami sconANP YOUR CHEMJST SELLS IT
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOTE’-S AND BOARDING-HOUSES

HOTE’-S AND BOARDING-HOUSES

Barons craio hotel. Rockciiiie by Dalbeattie, reopens on 11th December for Christmas, New Year and the season. The charm of country mansion with the service modern hotel, h. and c. every room, Nestling in wooded grounds on the shores of Solway Firth. Still few bookings, but book
December 6, 1944 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England