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SATURDAY, MARCH I.—Wind S.S.E.

SATURDAY, MARCH I.—Wind S.S.E.

SMLED.—Bertice, Ross, from Antigua—Arabia (s.), Stone, Boston—Flying, Flash, Honey, Messina—Charlotte, May, Gibraltar—Beraza, Bake, Bahia—Nadoc, Marcher, Rio Janeiro—Rappaliann.)ck, Cushing, New Orleans—Lady Kennard, Easson, Madras—Jose Maria, Bedigna, and Maria Eulalia, Mendizo
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SCREW STEAMERS

SCREW STEAMERS

BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, ITALY, AND SICLY. The fine first-class Screw Steam-ships SARDINIAN (new) ITALlAN (new) MASSILIAN (new) „ JAMES SMITH. VICTOR EMANUEL.. (new) „ Fox. GENOVA The three first-named Vessels are quite new, have been constructed especially for the trade, are each of
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DIOCESE OF CHESTER.

DIOCESE OF CHESTER.

Ovau TABLET.—The Bishop of Chester has ikenced a school-room for the performance of Divine Worship, in consequence of the fire by which the new church has bees destroyed. CONgFXRA.TION.—The new Church of All Souls, Vauxhall, in the parish of Liverpool, is to be consecrated by th
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ustralia.

ustralia.

March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
- ERCIAL ADVERTISER. AND GENERAL COMM j) (b 44'

- ERCIAL ADVERTISER. AND GENERAL COMM j) (b 44'

March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEFECTIVE SIGHT RESTORED.

DEFECTIVE SIGHT RESTORED.

FXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY for the perfect and permanent restoration of Detective Sight. — Dr. .URNF.TT, 21, Gower-place, Bedford-square, London, has just published, and will forward free by post, on receipt of 12 postage stamps, a CERTAIN MODE OF PRESERVING THE SIGHT, and restorin
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COMMERCIAL and MONETARY NEWS• *- MONDAY NIGHT. THE Funds, which up to Friday had firmly maintained their value, experienced on

COMMERCIAL and MONETARY NEWS• *- MONDAY NIGHT. THE Funds, which up to Friday had firmly maintained their value, experienced on

that day a sudden decline, amounting to nearly one per cent., owing to large sales of Stock, induced, it is said, by rumours of differences having arisen among the negotiators for peace at Paris. There was, however, a speedy reaction, as, upon reflection, it became evident that
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MEAT PICTURE OF

MEAT PICTURE OF

"THE HORSE FAIR" Is Now OPEN at the Liverpool Academy Rooms, Old Postoflice- Place, Church-street. Admission, Is. ; Catalogues, 6d. Gentlemen's Season Tickets, ss. Ladies Ditto, 35. 6th Open from Ten till Five o'clock. B. FRODSII AM, Secretary.
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD.

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD.

March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

SLIGO ELECTION. — Mr. George Henry Hughes, Q.C., and am-Solicitor-General, has responded to the call of the Liberal electors, and arrived in Sligo on Thursday night, with a view of prosecuting his canvass. With the exception of Mr. John P. Somers, all the other promissory candid
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England