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A SCENE AT THE "GRAPES."

A SCENE AT THE "GRAPES."

At the Court of Passage, on Saturday, an action was brought to tecover damages for an assault alleged to have been comaiiited on the plaintiff. William Stewart, quartermaster on board the steamship the defendant, Williani Briggs, manager for Mr. Griffittur, the proprietor of the
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
bOAT ACC WENT AND LOSS OF LIFE.

bOAT ACC WENT AND LOSS OF LIFE.

A very distressing aocident, involving the loss of lives, Las occurred at a place calied Olen qad, on the nut tbern coact of Donegal. From the details to hand it seems that two boats' ere WS Vat cat from the Leadiand of Oleagad, to roach a fishing-platie about thirty mites dista
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THB BRIDAL GIFTS.

THB BRIDAL GIFTS.

The bridegroom's gifts to his bride were numerous, consisting of suites of valuable jewellery, a magnificent Indian shawl, and a variety of most costly articles. The presents to the fair bride displayed at the resideuee e Lord Howard of Ulossop were of the most dazzling descript
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARKETS. ac.

MARKETS. ac.

CORN—TUEsDAY. The following are the Wnarr,Wlool6. 6 4... d. 41i lb. 4. 0. a. Esiglieb, LI 3 6 01 g white 11 11 6 irbili,lJeeling.. 3 4 6 0 Ue; g O4 8 0 01 whoa.. 0 IL 0 or laway. 81 ' 2 U. 1.119.1 apriu4lo 11 1 Blit4 5 1 , Winter red 11 11 11 —•1 5 ienwitauit OtTIIICAL, 160 1 b.
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The tendency of prices is downward. Deep-grow* and Routh Down pools are, however, iroderatels firm. In yarns orations for erport

The tendency of prices is downward. Deep-grow* and Routh Down pools are, however, iroderatels firm. In yarns orations for erport

have tallest off. Spinners' mietations are maintained. Lei** fair has not bronght any new buminess to ruarliet. There is nothing new in the pins trade. BTAYFORDSIIIII/1 —There was large and animated buying today, but althongh business VIRK freely offerod at currimt rates, cow pa
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STOWERI3 NO. 1 GINGER WINE. - Cannot be SOLD NT Gneollia; OODISoTIONSR/A, MANUFACToiCIES: LIVERPOOL.; AND 16, COMMERCIAL-STBNET, LONDON. An POE

STOWERI3 NO. 1 GINGER WINE. - Cannot be SOLD NT Gneollia; OODISoTIONSR/A, MANUFACToiCIES: LIVERPOOL.; AND 16, COMMERCIAL-STBNET, LONDON. An POE

BTOwNws u BRITISH WINES OF ALL a YsaOWNSON'S NERVINE instantly relieves Toothache, Ti., Neuralgia, Pains in the and Fame. In Bottles, 7%41. TOWNSON'S NEURALGIA ELIXIR, for Nervousness, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Tie, Toothache, Re. la lid. • bottle. Sold wholesale and retail
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARAVIL.LA COCOA FOR BREAK/VI BAST. The Globe — "TAYLOR BROTHERS MARAVILL.I COCOA has achieGut a Thorough Mid SUPER 3EDICs elery

MARAVIL.LA COCOA FOR BREAK/VI BAST. The Globe — "TAYLOR BROTHERS MARAVILL.I COCOA has achieGut a Thorough Mid SUPER 3EDICs elery

other Cocoa in the Market. Per MONREOPAIIIS and INVALID'S en wall sot reconnuehd a wore AGREEABLE or VALUABLE beverage." Sold is tin-llned packets by all Grocers. TAYLOR. BROTHERS. SOI.O kROPIUSTORS, LONDON.
April 20, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

CHARGE OF CREAMING GOODS BY PRETENCES.—A welbdressed named Isaac Edward Philips, was charged with having ob. UMW money by false pretences, under somewhat peculiar circumstaucea. Mr. Davies, prosecuting solicitor, s atcd tho case as follows :—On the 29th of February prisoner went
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

The choice of a seat may sometimes point a moral and adorn a tale. The seat that Mr. John Bright has chosen on his return to the House of Commons serves this useful purpose. He has separated himself wholly from his late colleagues on the ministerial benches and resumed his forme
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENT 1N WALES.

RAILWAY ACCIDENT 1N WALES.

An accident, fortunately unattended with loss of life, occurred yesterday (Friday) afternoon at Caergwrle, on the Wrexham. Mold, and Connah's Quay Railway. The train from Buckley is due at Caergwrle at half-past four, and as usual the engine was detached for the purpose of takin
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England