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LIVERPAVINTER ASSIZES. CROWN COURT.

LIVERPAVINTER ASSIZES. CROWN COURT.

- - _ , The business of these iissizea were resumed on Saturday, at St. Georges-hall, before Baron Pollock [ and Mr. Justice Denman. THE PARRICIDE IN BARMOUTILSTREET: I Thomas Iseanqn; who tried on Thursday for I , the wilful of his father, but towel guilty of ' manslaughter and
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER CORPS.

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER CORPS.

On Saturday evening the annual supper of the Royal Naval Volunteer Corps took place at the Adelphi Hotel. About 150 persons sat down, and addition to the men belonging to the Royal Naval Volunteer Corps there were a con- Siderable number oi officers and men belonging to her Maje
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
it, that rt of there t to then should it be promulgeted to raw the sword England is preparing to

it, that rt of there t to then should it be promulgeted to raw the sword England is preparing to

(- 1 . h (hear, hear)—and that, too, at a ords to 55 their • W hope, other Powers are returning t that thee the scabbard. No, it is not to go to wee t Government was ne I g f want the money; that would be sheer 0 the Government bad intended war on beh alf Turkey it would have jo
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

Mr. ILsthbone presented a petition from the ;Liberal Association of Liverpool, praying the house to refuse any extraordinary grant to her Majesty's Government for the purposes of war or warlike 'preparations. Captain Bedford Pim gave notice I that MI going into committee of supp
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

In the House of Lords last night, Lord STRATIIED2I.I and asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he was correctly reported in that part of Ms speech the other night which attributed to him the state. ment that under' no circumstances would he be a party to the m
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISSING SKIPS.

MISSING SKIPS.

The vessels posted as missing or inquired for at Lloyd's on Wednesday, and which are probably lost, preresent a loss of life of about eighty persons :--The Steepemunde had a crew of twelve hands, the Emulation of six, the Rose of seventeen, the Punjaub of twenty-two; the Jafet a
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
D INING -ROOM FURNITURE in MAUOGANY and OAK, consisting of Sideboards of various dimensions, massive Dining Tables in all sizes,

D INING -ROOM FURNITURE in MAUOGANY and OAK, consisting of Sideboards of various dimensions, massive Dining Tables in all sizes,

Chairs, Couches, CARRIAGEFREE.Easy Chains, Dinner Wagons, Mantel Glasses, Ike., of Substantialmake and must modern construction.
February 2, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIBERAL.%

LIBERAL.%

At the February meeting of the "Prentice Boys of Derry" Loyal Orange Lodge No. 162 ,;(late No. 3), in Blair-street, Bro. F. Smith in the chair, the following resolution was proposed by Bro. G. Lewis, seconded by Bro. Johnstone, and carried with great enthusiasm :—" It is the fir
February 9, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DOIKESTIC.

DOIKESTIC.

Lord Derby received &deputation of Greek merchants at the Foreign-office on Tuesday in reference to the rising in Greece. The members of the deputation, who were introduced by Mr. Freshfield, M.P., solicited his lordship s influence with the Turkish authorities to prevent the bo
February 9, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS. ^...----

BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS. ^...----

The Board of Trade returns for the past month ! show that the total sake of the imports of prodece ! into the United Kingdom ware Z 30,609,948, against £r2,899,380 at the, corresponding period of 1877,1 showing a decrease of 7 per cent.; whilst the total ! exports during January
February 9, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England