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With all despatch, a regular trader.--Direct for LAUNCESTON, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, the fine coppered and armed Ship CHILI, I. H.

With all despatch, a regular trader.--Direct for LAUNCESTON, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, the fine coppered and armed Ship CHILI, I. H.

NIXON, - Commander; burthen 200 tens, lying in the St. Katharine Docks, has very superior accommodations for p_assengers.—For freight or passage apply to ROBERT BROOKS, Esq., 80, Old Broad-street, or to BUCKLES, BAGSTER and BUCKLE, 33, Mark-lane, London.
December 3, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

On THURSDAY next, the sth December, t Twelve o'clock, at Bateson and Horsfall's Office, Lo er Castle-street, 2125 Bags of Bengal RI B, 1100 Bags of GIN 149 Bags of HOR IPS, 15 Tons of Bed Sanders WOOD. Now landing cx Madras. BATESON and HORSFALL, Brokers.
December 3, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTH. A raunicA.

SOUTH. A raunicA.

SOUTH . A raunicA. To SHIPPERS, and PASSENG RS for VAL- IfPARAISO and LIMA. The fast- ling new British Ba rque MINA, DAVID KIN 14 sore, Commander; Al, 180 tons, is now loading in e London Docks, fox the above ports, and will be despatched early in August. This vessel has been con
August 13, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PARISH OF LIVERPOOL. TO STONEMASONS AND OTHERS.

PARISH OF LIVERPOOL. TO STONEMASONS AND OTHERS.

ERSONS willing to Contract with the ommissiorwrs for the better PAVING and SEWERA E of the Town of Liverpool, for the PREPARING an LAYING DOWN FLAGS on the Footways of the Streets, re requested to send in sealed Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, on or before WEDNESDAY, the 14t
August 13, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OUTIV.IRDS.

OUTIV.IRDS.

VESSELS. TONS. VESSELS. TONS. British Vessels.... 1,655 368,268 1,828 389,276 Foreign Vessels.... 1,655 2;2,463 1,011 268,839 Totals 2,710 6-10,731 2 , 869 658,115 British Vessels.... 1,862 413,928 2,006 4 40,418 Foreign Vessels.... 978 265,037 1,031 278,569 Totals 2,810 678,965
August 13, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

The Morning Post has published an account of a loss sustain by Don Pedro's troops of 800 men. This information is said have come by the last arrival from °pork . ); by the O s pre which left on the 25th ult. All we know positive on the mad' is, that the letter from the captain o
January 11, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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3:forizzi,srr.,xca

On Thursday night the Duchess of Kent and Prince Victoria honoured Covent-garden theatre with a visit, to the ballet of M . :manicllo, and the new Christmas pantomime Puss in, Boots. Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to appoint the of Denbigh as her chamberlain, in the plac
January 11, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TIE REVENUE.—There is a small decrease on a trilling increase on the year. The increase "ainly attributable to the fact,

TIE REVENUE.—There is a small decrease on a trilling increase on the year. The increase "ainly attributable to the fact,

that it was 23da) last, o w i n g to the new arrangements of taking I the income of these days were deducted, the yea: ' l t a deficiency; hut taking it as it is, there is noth th e accounts. Last year was one of. abundant 'was the 17th year of peace, and yet we have a ( i r eve
January 11, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
jJrtrt eturrtnt. Liverpool, January 1011, 1833. d ARGOLS, per cwt. White 2 2 0 3 0- 0 Red llB 0

jJrtrt eturrtnt. Liverpool, January 1011, 1833. d ARGOLS, per cwt. White 2 2 0 3 0- 0 Red llB 0

2 14 0 ASHES, per cwt. POT, U. States' Canada, 1 6 0— 1 7 6 PRAM., U. States' Canada., 1 8 0— 1 9 0 BARILLA, per ton Alicant OO 0 0— 0 0 0 Sicily BEES' WAX, cwt. American. BERltIES,3?_ort. Turkey, 'fellow 1 10 0— 2 0 0 Persian. 4 10 0- 6 10 0 BRIIISTONI:, ton. Sicily, &c l2 10 0
January 11, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
: thaiu:so., could f the , that which I e sic LONDON LATEST NEWS. agaiu tha (From our Correspondent.) dent,

: thaiu:so., could f the , that which I e sic LONDON LATEST NEWS. agaiu tha (From our Correspondent.) dent,

I LONDON, Wednesday Evening, half-past 7 o'clock. tine Since our last there has been very great excitement in the Consol Market, and a re-action has taken place to the extent of nearly. 1% per cent. The highest price Consols has reached woke- this year has been 88%, and they hav
January 11, 1833 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England