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RAILWAY SHARES.

RAILWAY SHARES.

EO. FARRAR, SHARE BROKER, is always open for r transacting Businesi Grand Junction (Li verpoo l an d Birmingham), and Lontiefi and Birmingham Lines. £lolss. EU I£6 Iss. a£7 10, Erchange-street East. LIVERPOOL ROYAL INSTITUTION. eirtHE Rev. WM. RITCHIE, LL.D., F.R.S., Professor o
August 23, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHINA TRADE.

CHINA TRADE.

Lord ELLENBOROUGH rose to present a petition from the merchants of London, regarding the trade to China, which their lordships were going to open by a bill which stood for its next reading that evening. The petition ought not to be considered merely as the petition of tile merch
August 23, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTH AMERICA.

SOUTH AMERICA.

Henry William, Lacy, fm Pernambuco, with 1063 bags cotton. Order—K c Amphitrite, Duck, fm Rio Grande, with 25 pps 5G blocks tallow, 410 bladders marrow. 5434 c and o horns, (abt 5 tons) 8893 horse and 4773 o and c hides, T W Smith and co—P Dk Neptune, Saul, fin Bahia, with 989 h
August 23, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
East Entifto.

East Entifto.

To sail the Ist January. For CALCUTTA L good Ship CALCUTTA, T. WATSON, Commandet Burtheu per regisGer 3 . 89 tons ; has good Sy6mmodation for passengers.-1 onerms of which, and of freiht, apply- to ROBERT GLADSTOIsE, Rumford-street. Enbiefs. To immediately. For DEMERAR The Ship
December 21, 1832 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD,

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD,

December 21, 1832 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BULLION, LONDON, JULY 9. Pea OZ. .C. s. d. Portugal Gold in Coin 0 0 0 Foreign Gold in Bars

BULLION, LONDON, JULY 9. Pea OZ. .C. s. d. Portugal Gold in Coin 0 0 0 Foreign Gold in Bars

3 17 9 Now Donbloons New Dollars 0 4 94 Silver Bars, Standard
July 12, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUENOS AYRES.

BUENOS AYRES.

BUENOS AYRES, Oct. 19.—Buenos Ayres is perfectly tranquil, and free from cholera morbus. The documents connected with the dispute between this country and the United States, respecting the Falk Islands, were brought before the House of Representatives, and were to be taken into
January 22, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Ent Enbito.

Ent Enbito.

A regular Trader. For BOMB. Y, The The well-known ShippIINERVA, I'. METCALF, Commander; 377 tons register; will have early despatch.—For freight or cabin passage apply on board, Prince's Dock, or to A. PARLANE, 21, Water -street. For CALCUTTA, The BAHAMI N, T. MAXWELL, Csi is an
January 22, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
itoutb America.

itoutb America.

First vessel, and will hare quick despatch. For PERNAMBUCO, The fine A 1 British - built Brig HEBE, GEORGE BATRICK, Master; Burthen 189 tons, coppered and coppetlastened, sails very fast, and is in all respects a very eligible cci6veyanee. Lying in the King's Dock.---For freight
January 22, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
For SYDNEY, New South Wales, direct,the remarkably fine fast-sailing British-built Ship BRISTOL, copper-fastened and newly eoppered, ISAAC RICHES, Commander; lying

For SYDNEY, New South Wales, direct,the remarkably fine fast-sailing British-built Ship BRISTOL, copper-fastened and newly eoppered, ISAAC RICHES, Commander; lying

in to St. Katharine's Dock; burthen 500 tons. Has the greatest part of her cargo actually on board, and many passengers engaged, and will sail in all this month. This vessel has a poop, and lofty oetween decks, and possesses very superior accommodation both for cabin and steerag
December 3, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England