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TO THE AFFLICTED.

TO THE AFFLICTED.

A L V, A N I S M, which is one of the most Effectual Remedies in the cure of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Stiff Joints, Cold Hands and Feet, Indi gestion, Paralysis, and all affections from Nervous Debility. J. ATKINSON, 33, MANCHESTER-STREET, Manufactures the most perfect MEDICAL MACH
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CURE OF 29 YEARS' ASTHMATIC COUGH.

CURE OF 29 YEARS' ASTHMATIC COUGH.

Middleton, near Manchester. Sta,-1 am now 44 years of age, and I have been afflicted with an asthmatic cough since 1 was a boy of fifteen years of age; during that time 1 have resorted to every means in my power to remove it, but in vain, until last Sunday, when I sent for a sma
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SPORTING LYTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING LYTELLIGENCE.

THE CHASE. The h HOUNDS will meet on Wednesday, 5 Wavert on Village Thursday, 6 The Swan, Tarporley Saturday, Each day at Half-past Ten o'clock The Emperor of Austria, "desirous to •recognize the services which Baron de Rothschild has rendered to the State," has conferred on him
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TAPSCOTT'S AMERICAN PACKET OFFICES. GENERAL OFFICE.. OLD HALL, OLDHALL-STREET. PASSENHEROFFICE.. Sr. GEORGE'S-BUILDINGS, REOZNTROA D. The following FIRST-CLASS PACKETS will be

TAPSCOTT'S AMERICAN PACKET OFFICES. GENERAL OFFICE.. OLD HALL, OLDHALL-STREET. PASSENHEROFFICE.. Sr. GEORGE'S-BUILDINGS, REOZNTROA D. The following FIRST-CLASS PACKETS will be

+lespatchedon their apoointeddays ,as under For NEW YORK. To sail. CENTURION, EMERALD, Coot( 2000 tons.. 11th March. BENJAMIN ADAMS, 2500 tons.. !6th March. WEST POINT, MULLIN3R 2OOO tons.. EMERALD ISLE (new), CORNISH 3OOO tons.. JOHN J. BOYD (new), AUSTIN 2500 tons.. WILLIAM TA
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ROSALIE COUPELLE'S- CRINUTRIAR

ROSALIE COUPELLE'S- CRINUTRIAR

ROSALIE COUPELLE'S - CRINUTRIAR fs guaranteed as the only preparation to be depended on the for growth of Hair, Whiskers, &c., as also curing, nourishing, beautifying, and strengthening the hair, and checking greyness. it i s. a most unto ue and elegant compound, and has never ue
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Zurittn.

Zurittn.

The KARNAK will sail from the River on SATURDAY next. the Bth instant. PPssengers will embark from the Landing-stage, George's Pier-head, by Steam-tender JACKAL, or SATZiLLITE, at Ten o'clock,.Morning. ----- Goods are now , being received at the west side lfuskiss:Al Dock, and'
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
____.- - C. E. nwall. a Rural id, near ndbyers , Leices' , Oxford, . Kathe• illongley, edgefield, Lincoln. :enced

____.- - C. E. nwall. a Rural id, near ndbyers , Leices' , Oxford, . Kathe• illongley, edgefield, Lincoln. :enced

in eonbeen de• the Lora at eleve I by the rliament therefore separate Le Crown in corn' .e, with time ada in the an d flue tore than was pet-1 church• serviee, ne years; place Prayer' h of the with op-1 vietorP an ting proposst ie egativede ;ndent y the . de . bly with' the 'awa
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ISSUE DEPIR.TMEN T.

ISSUE DEPIR.TMEN T.

Notes issued ... £24,390,330 Governmt. Debt £11,015,100 !Other Securities 3,459,900 I Gdld coin & bairn. 9,916,330 'Silwr bullion ... £21,390,330 £24,390,330 BANKING DEPASTMENT. Prop. Capital ... £14,553,000:G0v. Securities £11,946,006 R es t 3,470,046 1 0ther Securities 19 , 18
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

As has been the case for a considerable time past, the intelligence received from the seat of war has been less generally details of warlike events than intimations of peacefully-conducted operations deemed requisite for carrying out to their legitimate conclusion the advantages
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England