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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

ARRIVAL THE PERSIA, OF THE QUAKER CITY. BY the arrival of the British and North , American royal mail :steam-ship Persia, Captain Judkins, which arrived in Liverpool on Sunday morning, at half-past ten,-we have intelligeno?. from New York* to the 20th ult. The - United States ma
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SICKNESS IN THE FRENCH ARMY.

SICKNESS IN THE FRENCH ARMY.

Last year the complaints from the Crimea, relative to sickness and mortality from disease, were chiefly directed to the miserably defective arrangements in the British camp complaint as to the state of our allies was little if at all heard: This absence of adverse observation wa
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS,

BIRTHS,

Lately, at the Chateau- e- ros- (Ns, France, the Princess • Joachim Murat, of a son. Lately, at Paris l'Hopital, France, a woman was safely delivered of a pair of twins, two boys and two girls. One of them lived,three hours. but the others died in a few minutes after their birth
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PROVISIONS.

PROVISIONS.

LIVERPOOL, FEB. 29.—The sales of beef for the week are again over the average extent, and the tone of the market is more assured, partly in consequence of the continued accounts of short Packing, but it is difficult to convince the trade on this point, seeing that the arrivals e
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STEAM TO

STEAM TO

NEW YORK AND (VIA JAMAICA) TO CHAGRES. The undernoted or other first-class Screw Steam-ships will sail From LIVERPOOL for BOSTON and NEW YORK, ONCE A 11TONTH, Until further notice. the extended service being Twice a Mouth, when the Ships now building are completed. Captain M'ART
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
T H O M AS B A L L, 56, WHITECHAPEL, FAMILY TEA, COFFEE, SPICE, AND GENERAL ITALIAN WAREHOUSE. Established

T H O M AS B A L L, 56, WHITECHAPEL, FAMILY TEA, COFFEE, SPICE, AND GENERAL ITALIAN WAREHOUSE. Established

1795, by the late Thomas Chaffers, Esq. GOSSAGE'S PATENT SOAP. BRECKNELL'S SKIN SOAP.
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FROM THk. VEN. ARCHDEACON OF ROSS.

FROM THk. VEN. ARCHDEACON OF ROSS.

No. 32,836.—T1iree years' excessive nervousness, with pains in my neck and left arm, and general debility, Which rendered my life very miserable, has been radically removed by Du Barry's Lecilth-restoring food.—ALux. STUART, Archdeacon of Ross. No. 58,031.—Grammar School, Steven
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
E2ltst nbits.

E2ltst nbits.

have iinrtimlilite a? saatcil. For AN The Ship 1' H N I X , Capt. Wm. KING; Now daily expected.—For Freight or Pa sage, apply to C. W. and F. SHAND.
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
s CHAMPION OF THE SEAS,

s CHAMPION OF THE SEAS,

CHAMPION OF THE SEAS, JOHN Commander; 2,212 tons register; coppered and copper-fastened. This vessel was built expressly for the line by the celebrated builder, Donald M'Kay, of Boston, and has proved herself one of the fastest ships in the world. Her Cabin accommodations are uns
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SECOND EDITION. STANDARD -OFFICE, MARLS 4, TEN, A.M. (BY ELECTRIC & INTERNATIONAL TELEgRAPIII LONDON, TUESDAY MORNING. COMMERCIAL. Last price of

SECOND EDITION. STANDARD -OFFICE, MARLS 4, TEN, A.M. (BY ELECTRIC & INTERNATIONAL TELEgRAPIII LONDON, TUESDAY MORNING. COMMERCIAL. Last price of

Consols yesterday was 911 for Money, and 911 for the 11th. The payment of the instalment on the new loan passed off without inconvenience. LORD LIICAN AND THE CRIMEAN COMMISSION. Lord Lyman, in a letter to the editor of the Times, says he is desirous of relieving him from all al
March 4, 1856 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England