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TO THE FACULTY.

TO THE FACULTY.

CLULEY, SURGEONS' INSTRUMENT MAKER, Slid - Dad, intends submitting to the inspection of the Faculty, in Liverpool, a, general Assortment of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, on the most approved principle, and finished in the first style of excellence s that cannot be surpassed by any manuf
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

- On the 9th inst., Mr. Parr, surgeon, aged 45, whose constant aim was to adorn the doctrine of God his Savicur in all things. On the 7th inst., at Crosby, aged 16, Antonia, daughter of Lieut.- Colonel Clowes. On the 15th inst., at his house, in St. James-street, aged 55, Mr. Wi
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
*porting Intritigentr.

*porting Intritigentr.

TATTERSALL'S—TnunsDAY The first bets made about the two Derby favourites were 30 ta 50 ag,st Jereed, and 1000 to 100 a7st Brother to Middleton,. nothing was done afterwards about Lord Jersey's colt, but 13 to 2 was taken two or three times about Jereed, and several offers made t
March 22, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
inst., in lat. 43, lon. 14; Leonora. hence for Demerara, 16th inst., in lat. 48, lon. 10; Arabian, of this

inst., in lat. 43, lon. 14; Leonora. hence for Demerara, 16th inst., in lat. 48, lon. 10; Arabian, of this

port, 18th ult., in lat. 2 N.. ion. 23 W.; Rapid, Simpson, hence for Pernambuco, 12th inst., in lat. 47 N., lon. 10 W.; Hamilton, hence for New York, 24th ult., in lat. 43, lon. 51; Hibernia, Wilson, h. for New York, 11th inst„iin Sat. 46, lon. 12; Hardware, hence for Trinidad,
August 30, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Dear nurslin3 of the hymeneal nest!

Dear nurslin3 of the hymeneal nest!

(Are those torn clatl - ies his best ?) Little epitome of an ! ,He'll climb upon the table, that's his plan!) Touch'd the beauteous tints of dawning 1ife..... (He's got a knife !) Thcu enviable being! No storms, no clouds, in thy blue sky foreseeing, Play on, play on, My elfin J
December 28, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A STIIMA, ITS SPECIES AND, COMPLI- J-z- CATIONS; or Researches into the Path9lbgy of Disordered Respiration, with remarks on the

A STIIMA, ITS SPECIES AND, COMPLI- J-z- CATIONS; or Researches into the Path9lbgy of Disordered Respiration, with remarks on the

Remeeliat Treatment applicable to each variety; being a Practical antVrheoretical Review of this Malady, considered in its Simple Fin. and in connection with Disease of the Heart, Catarrh, Indigestion, By FRANcis H. ItAntADGE, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. and
January 24, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
5-4-

5-4-

5 - 4- VoL. I.—No. 33.
May 17, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
To sail on the 28th instant, , For CITY POINT, VIRGINIA, Calling off NEW YORK, The splendid A 1 American

To sail on the 28th instant, , For CITY POINT, VIRGINIA, Calling off NEW YORK, The splendid A 1 American

Ship, RICHARD ANDERSON, Captain THOMAS Lucas, Jun.; Eurthen 600 tons, copper-fastened and coppered, and now en her second voyage. Has room for liujlt goods only. For terms of freight or cabin passage app W to the Captain, on board, Prince's Dock, or to WILLIAM H. GILLIATT. For D
May 17, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Ataritinic intritiortur.

Ataritinic intritiortur.

intritiortur. WEDNESDAY, Io.—Wind N. to NAV., light ARRIVED.—Diana, Hawkins, Calcutta; Don Juan, Butler, Barbadoes; Agnes Arimrose, Johnstone, Turk's Island; Ocean, Briggs, and William Ritchie, Rodger, Charleston; Unicorn, Redman, Mobile; Consbrook, Bristow, and Bazaar, Holman, N
May 17, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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May 17, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England