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ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

-- -W.L dLU~bF~ ,IV. tUMl. I TO THE EDITORS OF THlE LIVRPOOL MERCURY. Hie Gentle Menn-Seeing some remarks in a cotemporary l last Saturday on the subject of the charges made for the da use of the above hall, I am. induced to notise the subject me, in your paper, in the hope that
December 1, 1856 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Home Intelligence.

Home Intelligence.

3011it 31ligIllgertz.t. ENGLAND. CHATRAM DOCKYARD.-WO find that it was not the chaplain of this establishment who was stopped on his way out of the lower gate, but the surgeon of the prison. MR HE:NRY DAVISON, MrBenjamin Pine. Governor of the Gold Coast, Dr Brooke O'Shaughnessy,
December 1, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Commercial and Monetary Intelligence.

Commercial and Monetary Intelligence.

dromillerfiat, City .1-11?,lolutlim, &ttiligrat. EDINBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE. Sin~ce the re-organisation of the Stock'Exchange 2t commencement of last week, a large amtount of good business has been transacted, and a general advance on most stocks has taken place. Caledonian Iot I.l
December 1, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EXHIBITION OF ART MANUFACTURES.

EXHIBITION OF ART MANUFACTURES.

t The first Exhibition of the Association for, promoting the 3. application of Art to Manufactures, is to be opened in the is National Galleries, Edinburgh, on 'Monday the i'th curt.' Y This is the first exhibition of the kind that has ever been .0 held in this country, or, so f
December 1, 1856 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
COURT OF SESSION—FRIDAY, Nov. 28.

COURT OF SESSION—FRIDAY, Nov. 28.

COURT OF SESSION-FRIDAY, Nov. 28. VJ'Jl JX 3J: JAJX-kAUflx A, .V.D. LbFIRST DIVISION. Losi, WILsoN & BELL and OTOEROs against MARTIN and a( leOTHERSi. R e The Court advised the plea in bar taken by t&e pursuers in al this action, which was to the effect that the defenders were L
December 1, 1856 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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CLIFFORD'S BOAT-LOWERING APPARATUS.

CLIFFORD'S BOAT-LOWERING APPARATUS.

In reference to the trial of Clifford's patent boat-lowering apparatus, on board H.M.S. Bulldog, we copy from the Morning Herald of Tuesday the following report: - " :We duly announced the arrival of Bulldog, 6, paddle, Com- mander Alexander C. Giordon, at Spithead yesterday; an
December 1, 1856 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MARUK ETS. *LONDON CORN MARKETNOVEMBER 28 Nt ea ?? thit day's market supplies~of grain and. flour fresh lip -were ea oderate. -Wltat-Englielh: Footers deelijied to make further re- ducation, Foreign seemed to have Improved in tone, tie demind for ax- export still continuing. Floa
December 1, 1856 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

_ . ?? Ticis DAY, AT RIVERBANK PRINTWOREBE, POLLORSUAWB. 0ALENDER, 16 DASH AND BEVEL WHEELS, W C ~SQ UEEZER 5, 36 STONE PRINTING TABLES ON IRON FRAMES, In PLUMBER BLOCKS, COLOUR COPPER PANS, STEAMING STAND, &C., BY AUCTION, II AT HALF-PAST TwzLVE. b HUTCHISON & DIXON, Auctioneers
December 1, 1856 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE GOLDEN LECTURESHIP.

THE GOLDEN LECTURESHIP.

The election for the Golden Lectureship took place on Saturday. As might have been expected, there fere plenty of candidateh, the duties of the offa e sbeing very light, consisting merely of preaching one sermon every Sun- day morning, in the Church of St. Mlargaret's, Lothbury,
December 1, 1856 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHIPWRECK BY COLLISION IN THE CHANNEL, AND LOSS OF LIFE.

SHIPWRECK BY COLLISION IN THE CHANNEL, AND LOSS OF LIFE.

AHPWRBCK By COLZLISI 'IN TR E CHANNEZ, AND >ES .oP LIFE. I . -. livnEPooL, SATURDAT.-The Arcus Monte, A brig of 226 tons, and Commuded by Captain F. W. Riokells sailed from the Mersey on the 6th of March lee for Pilac and Konigsberg. She Was manned with aerew of ten men. Her non
December 1, 1856 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England