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WATCHES FREE AND SAFE BY POST.

WATCHES FREE AND SAFE BY POST.

BENNETT, 65, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, • Watch, Clock, and Instrument Maker to the Royal Observatory, the Board of Ordnance, the Admiralty, the Board of Trade, and the Queen, begs to call the attention of Watch Buyers to the Price-list of his Stock of GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, for the q
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
latter discussion ending in the withdrawal of a resolution brought forward by Mr. ROEBUCK, severely condemnatory of Ministers, in relation

latter discussion ending in the withdrawal of a resolution brought forward by Mr. ROEBUCK, severely condemnatory of Ministers, in relation

to the newly-appointed Board of Generals to further prosecute the inquiry into the Crimean mismanagement. The discussions in Parliament for the last two years have turned so much upon " War's vast art," that matters affecting merely civil rights have received but little attentio
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARCH 4, 1856.] LOCA L INTELLTGENCE. MILITIA.—The following commission has n signed :- 6th Regiment of Royal L ancashire Militia"Lßead,

MARCH 4, 1856.] LOCA L INTELLTGENCE. MILITIA.—The following commission has n signed :- 6th Regiment of Royal L ancashire Militia"Lßead,

gent., to be ensign. IN EVERTON.—The house of Miss Booth, lE-terrace, Everton, was entered, on Tuesday evening, and in cash and a quantity of plate and jewellery were stolen, a mounting in all to about £5O. . 11 Ion-SRERIFP or CHESHIRE.—On Wednesday week, R. Naylor, Esq., of Hoo
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
 
CIGARROS FABRICA DE HABANA.

CIGARROS FABRICA DE HABANA.

mESSR4SI: NORTHR jgH N A -S N T D RE . E C T OMPANY, NEAR LORD-STREET, LIVERPOOL, Have been induced to Open the above Establishment for the Sale of FOREIGN CIG BS only, and to suit Private Consumers. Messrs. E. and Co. sell then: in Cases from One Pound and upwards, at .4'l 2s.
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Mantel).

Mantel).

WANTED to RENT, for a Term of Years , a good. -FAMILY HOUSE, containing not less than Nine Bedrooms, within a moderate distance of Liverpool. It must be situated in its own Grounds, and have good Stabling and Outbuildings attached.—Apply by letter, addressed B 176, Post-effiCe,
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

SWEDEN.—A Royal decree has been published ordering the fortification of Stockholm and the Valley of Maalar. In virtue of this decree a commission has been appointed, under the presidency of the Prince Royal, to prepare the plans of fortification. AIISTRIi.—The Bishops of the Aus
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE STEAMSHIP PACIFIC.

THE STEAMSHIP PACIFIC.

At Lloyd's, upwards of 75 guineas was demanded by underwriters for policies on the steamship Pacific. SIGNATURE OF THE PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE. We can announce positively, says the Morning Post, that at the meeting of the Conferences of Paris, on Saturday last, the plenipotentiar
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE LEVEL—The Queen held a levee (the second this season) on Wednesday, in St. James's Palace. Her Majesty wore a train of white poplin embroidered in gold and flowers, trimmed with fringe to correspond. The petticoat was white satin, trimmed with white satin ribbon. Her Majesty
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CURRENCY.

THE CURRENCY.

Mr. MUNTZ moved for a select committee to inquire half far the present monetary system is in accordance with the re' quirements of the country, and to consider if it cannot be proved and amended. He comm e n ce d by a di s ti nc t dews , that he was an advocate of an inconvertib
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England