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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE CHASE. The CHESUIBE HOUNDS will meet on Wednesday, Mach 6 Waverton Village Thursday, 6 .......... ..... The Swan, Tarporley Saturday, 8 Barbridge Each day at Half-past Ten o'clock, The Emperor of Austria, "desirous to recognize the services which Baron de Rothschild has rend
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
---- BSTABLISHEa HALF A CENTURY.

---- BSTABLISHEa HALF A CENTURY.

BSTABLISHEa HALF A CENTURY. SARS-APARILL A. pRIESTLEY'S FLUID EXTRACT OF' THE FINEST REl3# JAMAICA SARSAPARILLA. This most efficient aud agreeable preparation of that well-known, and valuable alterative, JA M A,I C A SA RS A - PA RI LL A is prepared by a peculiar and scientific m
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
 
THEATRE -ROYAL, LIVERPOOL. MR. BARRY SULLIVAN Is engaged for a Limited Number of Nights. THE REVIVAL OF MACBETH ! It

THEATRE -ROYAL, LIVERPOOL. MR. BARRY SULLIVAN Is engaged for a Limited Number of Nights. THE REVIVAL OF MACBETH ! It

ricnowledged by the Press and the voice of the People to be Most perfect Artistic Representation ever given on the English t_afie, will be repeated every Evening during the Week. the original Text of Shakspeare is carefully adhered to , and Scenes restored which are omitted from
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POSITIVELY TO CLOSE 15ru MARCH.

POSITIVELY TO CLOSE 15ru MARCH.

VERST EXHIBITION of the FRENCH SCHOOL of the FINE ARTS in Liverpool, including MAD'LLE ROSA BONHEUR'S
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OF EVERY D

OF EVERY D

SCRIPTION. INCLUDING Foams, INVOICES, BILLS OF LADINO, CUSTOM-HOUSE CARDS, ENTRIES, CIRCULARS, &C. &C., POSTING BILLS OF EVERY SIZE, 'ITU THE GREATEST PR , POOL STAND MPTITUDE, AT k.RD OFFICE.
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEFECTIVE SIGHT RESTORED.

DEFECTIVE SIGHT RESTORED.

EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY for the perfect and permanent restoration of Defective Sight. Dr. BURNKIT, 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 restoring i
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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moon, Winisterr wishing himself ,00d the to earl was subject, a laugh) Awn he the be 'or doing 2. In Premier. iad been Anise to akind to rted. is Noble Vhen he he nothing► hear the e) would did not style, Lion that of pre- should 0237 thing DWe and .e, by no onbt less, t have ec
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JOHN BRAMLEI-MOORE, Esq., M.P., was presented by the Earl of Ellesmere to the Queen, at the levee, on Wednesday last.

JOHN BRAMLEI-MOORE, Esq., M.P., was presented by the Earl of Ellesmere to the Queen, at the levee, on Wednesday last.

THE Health Committee have placarded the streets in the most thickly-populated parts of the town with large posting bills, which state that any person or persons placing deposits in the public streets, or creating offensive smells injurious to health, will be liable to indictment
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
,ale by fauttion. By Mr. BROWN, On FRIDAY next, the 7th instant, atyleven o'clock, at his Rooms, 101. Park-lane, A

,ale by fauttion. By Mr. BROWN, On FRIDAY next, the 7th instant, atyleven o'clock, at his Rooms, 101. Park-lane, A

Quantity of FORFEITED PLEDGES, being Property Pledged in the respective months prior to the 3rd March, 1855, with the following Pawnbrokers, viz. :—Asher Cohan, 10, Castle-street ; Edward Byford, Dale-street ; Eugene Gregson, Copperas-hill ; John Downey, Warren-street ; James J.
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England