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ISLE OF MAN AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Steam-packets QUEEN OF THE ISLE, WILLIAM GILL, Commander ; and MONA'S ISLE,

ISLE OF MAN AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Steam-packets QUEEN OF THE ISLE, WILLIAM GILL, Commander ; and MONA'S ISLE,

EDWARD QUAYLE, Commander, Will leave GEORGE'S PIERHEAD for DOUGLAS, every Morning, (except Sunday,) at Ten o'irock ; and Douglas every Morning, (except Sunday,) at Eight o'clock, until the end of the Season, with the Mail and Passengers only. Fares—Cabin, is. 6d. ; Steerage, 3s.
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LINES LETTER TO THE QUEEN

LINES LETTER TO THE QUEEN

LIN E S LETTER TO THE QUEEN The Governor Lin had no sooner despatched his letter to the Queen of England, of which we gave a translation on the 11th of January, and which was forwarded to England by the Thomas Coutts, the captain of that vessel giving a receipt for the same, thar
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Contains 3141 square yards 67 feet 5 inche Lancelot's-hey THE above valuable Piece of BUILDING LAN Freeehold of Inheritance, to

Contains 3141 square yards 67 feet 5 inche Lancelot's-hey THE above valuable Piece of BUILDING LAN Freeehold of Inheritance, to

be SOLD, by PRIVA TREATY. Apply to Mr. H. J. WEBSTER, 6, Rumford-street ; or to Mr. J. HOWARD, Solicitor, Brazilian Buildings, Drurylane, Liverpool. COMING EVENT.—The well-informed court correspondent of the Cheltenham Looker-on says; " It is whispered, thuugh with an air of the
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Clot fittrieg.

Clot fittrieg.

I -. 33riti51) cffintrira. S. STOKES. Freight payable at eight per cent. premium (ttaUs. For BOSTON, The fine American new Ship DAMAS CUS, ELI C. Buss, Master ; Burthen 600 tons ; coppered and copper-fastened a fast sailer, and in every respect a superior conveyance.— For freigh
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
',"_, ...2----f---e-•=4-10 0- z- i lADJOURNMENT OF THE HALEWOOD BAZAAR. N conseque nce o f t h e many disappointments

',"_, ...2----f---e-•=4-10 0- z- i lADJOURNMENT OF THE HALEWOOD BAZAAR. N conseque nce o f t h e many disappointments

caused last week, by the very unfavourable state of the weather, the BAZAAR will be held, in the Large Room at the Music HALL, on TH URSDAY and FRIDAY next, the 9th and 10th instant, from Eleven to Five o'clock. Admission, One Shilling. MONEY to LEND , on security of Houses or L
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
50 feet 9 inches Contains 3141 square yards Lancelot's-he ruff above valuable Piece of BUILDING LAND 1 Freeehold of Inheritance,

50 feet 9 inches Contains 3141 square yards Lancelot's-he ruff above valuable Piece of BUILDING LAND 1 Freeehold of Inheritance,

to be SOLD, by PRIVATI TREAT/ Apply to Mr. H. J. WEBSTER, 6, Rumford -street ; or to Mr. J. HOWARD, Solicitor, Brazilian Buildings, Drury_ lane, Liverpool. COMING EVENT. —The well-informed court correspondent of the Cheltenham Looker-on says: " It is whispered, though with an ai
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.-FRIDAY

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-FRIDAY

The Farnham Rectory Bill was read a second time, after some discussion, and a division. The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER said, no contract had yet been entered into for government steamers between Falmouth and Alexandria. The third reading of the Weaver Churches Bill was fixed fo
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
mvxtoorti Bond NWit of Maztaree VRIB and Mr. CHARLUS MATH .WS, of the Theatre-Royal, Covent. Garden, who are engaged for

mvxtoorti Bond NWit of Maztaree VRIB and Mr. CHARLUS MATH .WS, of the Theatre-Royal, Covent. Garden, who are engaged for

a LIMITED NUMBER O F NIGHTS, and of Mr. jAMES VINING, of the same Theatre, who is likewise engaged for a limited period. The Engagement of Mr. GILBERT and Miss BALLIN, Principal Dancers of the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, and their Pupils, Master and Miss MARSHALL, and Miss TAYLOR
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
is very important, and embraces a complete view of the subject. The critique on " Lord Brougham's De-

is very important, and embraces a complete view of the subject. The critique on " Lord Brougham's De-

Simony mes" does ample justice to that singularly ignorant tion. The comparison of the eloquence of " Bourda- loue, Barrow, and Massillon," is exceedingly interesting. The facts and statements adduced to show the " Spiritual Destitution of New South Wales," are of a very melanch
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DORCHESTER HORSE REPOSITORY, TRINITY-13MT, DORCHEISTF.B.

DORCHESTER HORSE REPOSITORY, TRINITY-13MT, DORCHEISTF.B.

MR. G. ENSOR has been favoured with ininstructions to SELL by AUCTION on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1878 (Dorchestor Fair Day),—The following, the property of a gentleman:—Six Powerful ENGLIBH CART HORSES and 1 HACK HOR-4E, from three to seven years old. The above are all warrante
February 8, 1878 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England