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BTBEATHAM RACES—TuzaDAT.

BTBEATHAM RACES—TuzaDAT.

Stand Plate.—Banshee. 1; Cailoka, Primrnee, 8; Quaker also ran. Won three-quarter* of length; three lengths divided second and third. Committee Stake*—Hubert Burgh, 1; Saroollte, 2; Saracen, 8: Meg Murdochson also ran. Won by haU-a-length; three lengths between second and third.
August 23, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ROBINSON and HAD WEN. Broken. 18623

ROBINSON and HAD WEN. Broken. 18623

ROBINSON and HAD WEN. Broken. This Day (Wednesday), lost., Twelve o’clock, at the Broken’ Office, 4a, Man cheater-buildings, LOGWOOD, 250 Tons Honduras, Ex Mary Marks. Queen's Dock. HARPIN and CO.. Broken. 18906 This Day (Wednesday), 23rd inst. at Twelve o’clock, at the Brokers'
August 23, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FOREIGN SECURITIES. 105*4x0 .. I05»/4 72'/s .... 72* a

FOREIGN SECURITIES. 105*4x0 .. I05»/4 72'/s .... 72* a

FOREIGN SECURITIES. 105*4x0 .. I05»/ 72'/s .... 72* a French Rentes 5 p. 0., Italian 5 p.e..... Egyptian, 1868 .... EgypUan, 1873 .... Egyptian Khedive Egyptian Viceroy.. .... .... .... 50 .... Argentine, 1868, 6p. o. 36 .... 33 Argentine Public works, 1371, 6p. c... .... Brazili
August 23, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

JCOLLINSON and CO.. Gentlemen’s Bootmakers, respectfully be* direct attention their Great Annual CLEARANCE ALE. All Winter and Soiled Goods arc offered at tempting prices, effect a complete clearance.
February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JOHN GOSNELL and CO.’S CHERRY TOOTH PASTE greatly superior to auy Tooth Powder; gives the Teeth pcarl-Sike whiteness, protects the

JOHN GOSNELL and CO.’S CHERRY TOOTH PASTE greatly superior to auy Tooth Powder; gives the Teeth pcarl-Sike whiteness, protects the

enamel from decay, and imparts a pleasing fragrance the breath. Price Is 6d per pot.
February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MOURNING DEPARTMENT,

MOURNING DEPARTMENT,

JAMES AND SAMUEL PECK WILL SHOW, THIS DAY, THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN BLACK FRENCH FANCY FABRICS, Together with A SPECIAL PURCHASE 350 PIECES PLAIN BLACK DRESS MATERIALS, All New Goods, and exceptionally good value. The prices range per annexed list Black Alpacas 0s Wd to 3« 6d per
February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXECUTED ON MOST ECONOMICAL TERMS.

EXECUTED ON MOST ECONOMICAL TERMS.

The TYPE supplied is from the noted foundry of Meson. Miller and Richard, Edinburgh, and includes all the Latest NOVELTIES. This Department has been placed under the charge of Mr. Swainron (late of “Liverpool MsiT’), and all Orders will executed under bis personal supervision. C
February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
23 LORD-STREET U

23 LORD-STREET U

23 LORD-STREET PRESENTS. —Novelties for Presents Wedding and Birthday Gifts, &£., Dressing Cases, Work Cases, Desks, Ink Stands, Tea Caddies, Fitted Travelling Bags. Purses, Articles Paris, Ornaments, T. C. HENDERSOK’S. PERCY HOUSE. m (TOP OF(, BOLD-STREET.
February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DISENGAGED, a Housemaid alone *, English Protestant, 23. Over two rears’character.-Apply to Mrs Olvcr, 1. Lodge-lane. 583606 AS Upper Housemaid

DISENGAGED, a Housemaid alone *, English Protestant, 23. Over two rears’character.-Apply to Mrs Olvcr, 1. Lodge-lane. 583606 AS Upper Housemaid

in gentleman's family. Two years'good reference.—Address M. D., Post Office. Seafortb, near Liverpool 5894f 19 A Situation Wanted, a good Cook, where a butler waitress is kept.—Address C., 49, Bedford-slreet. 6903(19
February 14, 1876 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England