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publist tive circu 'n of the cear_ tort time since, a statement of the re Liverpool newspapers during the p tatement of the amount of advert /nod duty paid by each of the same papers, during the I three years, respectively, in doing which we cannot avc tisfaction at the position
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SUNDAY. JULY s.—Wind W. fresh. Anitivsn.—City of Waterford, Duggan ; Indus, Mickle, and Alcyone, from Quebec--Pioneer, Graham, from Mobile—Aurora, Warren;

SUNDAY. JULY s.—Wind W. fresh. Anitivsn.—City of Waterford, Duggan ; Indus, Mickle, and Alcyone, from Quebec--Pioneer, Graham, from Mobile—Aurora, Warren;

Dale, Benton, and Sea, Fisher. from New Orleans —Mersey, Hamilton, from Montreal—Danubio, Melenovich, from Triesta—Sarah Ann, Prowse, from Messina—Diadem, Todd, from Leghorn—Nicholas I, , from Gamla Carleby—Chicora, Rogers, from Charleston—Erin, —, from Philadelphia. Eagle. Scot
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DIED

DIED

At New York, after a long illness, in his asst year, Mr. JOHN WESCOT DAWSON, a native of Ludlow, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. At New York, suddenly, of apoplexy, aged 70, Captain RUSSELL GLOVER, one of the oldest shipmasters of that city. On the 28th ult., aged 11 mont
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
sailing

sailing

To sail This Day. For SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, The fine fast- A 1 Ship ARGYLESHIRE, Captain Scorr ; MS tons per register ; British-built ; coppered and copper-fastened ; 'Carry an experienced Surgeon, and have superior accomniodationi for Cabin, Intermediate, and Steerage Passen
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FASHIONS FOR JULY

FASHIONS FOR JULY

(From the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) Pompadours watered, or satin, mousseline and batiste de barege with foulards, are favourite materials for summer wear : organdys broches, prairie, and marbre muslin are most suitable for bals champetre, dejeunees, &c. Ther
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
stitution."

stitution."

If our contemporary had been able to read—as he was evidently unable to quote con .ectly—the remarks which we made, be would have found that our complaint was the absence of these gentlemen "during discussion." We grieved to see, that, upon a discussion of such magnitude, they f
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENT DUTY

ADVERTISEMENT DUTY

We published, a short time since, a statement of the relative circulation of the Liverpool newspapers during the past and present year. We have now great pleasure in laying before our readers a statement of the amount of advertisement duty paid by each of the same papers, during
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
great value

great value

Reprint of the Lord Mayor's Sympathy towards the Destitute, unpaid British Auxiliaries, who assisted to place the Queen of Portugal on her Throne, and to prevent the Dethronement of the Queen of Spain. London : Gardiner and Son. This pamphlet contains a complete exposure of the
July 7, 1840 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
W. BAND,

W. BAND,

24, DUKE STREET My Stock of FANCY TROUSERINGS, VESTINGS and COATINGS, are of the best and most Fashionable description. I flatter most fastidious will not fail th the same on inspection. self be satin 3AND, TAILOR, 24, DU KE-STREET, LIVERPOOL, WHOLESALE PHOTOGRAPHIC WAREHOUSE. J
May 15, 1855 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
R • J NODDER, HATTER, 81, CHURCFLSTREET, Begs revectfully to announce to the Nobility and Gentry of Liverpool, the completion

R • J NODDER, HATTER, 81, CHURCFLSTREET, Begs revectfully to announce to the Nobility and Gentry of Liverpool, the completion

of his NEW SHOW-ROOMS, and that, in kis recent visit to London, he has selected the greatest and most tasteful variety possible to procure of LEG HO RN and STRAW HATS, FRENCH and other C IPS, with all the most Fashionable Trimmings, suitable for the Season. £50,000 SEIZED GOODS,
May 15, 1855 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England