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, PRICES OF SH ARES. LIVERPOOL, DEC. 23.. 'Last Prices This di?* RAILWAYS, Per Share. Prieellk. Birmingham and Gloucester l2

, PRICES OF SH ARES. LIVERPOOL, DEC. 23.. 'Last Prices This di?* RAILWAYS, Per Share. Prieellk. Birmingham and Gloucester l2

/On 2 17 6 ..•.. Ditto and Derby l5 ..,. 8. 5 0 , .... Birkenhead and Chester.... .. &.i.stern Counties Utijnburgh and Glasgow (old) .... 2 .. ~ 0 16 0 Ditto ditto (new) .... 4 .... 110 0 Ditto Leith and Newhaven.. 3 ...). Glasgow, Paisley, Greenock.. 1 .... 0 1 0 Grand 95 ....
December 26, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
. . NORTHERN HOSPITAL WEEKLY REPORT. Tor the week ending • Dec. 16, 1837. , i2aTterrtiVAlAttrTee. , 1 . Act

. . NORTHERN HOSPITAL WEEKLY REPORT. Tor the week ending • Dec. 16, 1837. , i2aTterrtiVAlAttrTee. , 1 . Act

ideas 'without recommen.• :Cured 18 dation Medicaland.Surgical cases with ç, Incurable 1 recommendation ' Reriataning in the Hospital 73 Nouse-Visitors, Rev. T. Hornhy , and. Samuel Lacon,-Dsq. . Chaplain, Rey, J.-11. .Stafford—Treasurer, Charles Warner; House Surgeon--Mr. Benja
December 26, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DIED. . , . 'Qn the 18th InStrtat.Croxteth..hall, after a very short illneis; alted 67, Mrs. Lney . Whale, deeply,regtettedhy

DIED. . , . 'Qn the 18th InStrtat.Croxteth..hall, after a very short illneis; alted 67, Mrs. Lney . Whale, deeply,regtettedhy

all who knew her. Same day; atthe liOuseof her brother-m-law, Mr. Milner, of Hultne, aged'4l years,'Sarsit, the wife of4r. Christopherßutkle, late of the 'Higher Seacombe•Hntel, Cheshire. On.Thuraday _last; at: her residence..Greeo-hank, Mrs, Scrope Colquitt, widow of Scrope Cnl
December 26, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POLICE 11VTELLIGANCE.

POLICE 11VTELLIGANCE.

FOI.LY OF AGE.—On Friday, Thomas Thomas, a man. aged up wai ds of 60 years, appeared at the Police-court, to charge Catherine Carroll, Sarah Jones, and Mary Hampson, three young nymphs of the pave, with having robbed him of the of £llos on the previous day. The complainant state
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LE,TI'2.,II.ItY NOT.ICZS.

LE,TI'2.,II.ItY NOT.ICZS.

NOT.ICZS. The Rise and Progress of the British Power t'n By Peter Aube', M. R. A. S. in two volumes. Vu. I 2. London: Allen and Co. 1837. The present volume fully sustains the character obtained by the preceding one. The accuracy of its statistical details, the clearness of its s
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEAT For BARBADOS, Tt.MEVt)AIW. II A &Wier. V 4 ° ll l l t e Fes 'height or passage apply

WEAT For BARBADOS, Tt.MEVt)AIW. II A &Wier. V 4 ° ll l l t e Fes 'height or passage apply

to BARTON, IRLAM, and 111GGINSON. UNITED STATES. -,•tam Nabigation. NINTR.ANNUAL VISIT. INCORRODIBLE ARTIFICIAL TEETII. Plit4d without Wirer other Ligatures, - :trot; SIINERAL suCcEDANEVAI, FOR FILLING DECAYED TEETH, • WITHOUT PAIN, HEAT, OR PRESSURE. Ar,ONS. J. lg. and S. MA.LL
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DE LANGE'S CELEBRATED BULBS. By Mr. T, BRANCH, To-mottuow, (Weduesday,) the 22d instant, at Eleven o'clock, at the Hanover Rooms,

DE LANGE'S CELEBRATED BULBS. By Mr. T, BRANCH, To-mottuow, (Weduesday,) the 22d instant, at Eleven o'clock, at the Hanover Rooms,

A CHEST of DUTCH BULBS, just imported from L. Haarlem, the growth of Messrs. DE LANGE and SONS, whose Roots last season gave such general satisfaction for•their beautiful blooming and excellent condition. The Collection includes Double and Single Hyacinths, Tulips, Jonquils, Pol
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE, Nov. 18. We have this week had moderate supplies of each article of the Corn trade. The

LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE, Nov. 18. We have this week had moderate supplies of each article of the Corn trade. The

general decrease has been of the same tenor, and, except as regards Oats, which are id to Id per bushel cheaper, no change can be made from the quotations of this day se'nnight. The liner qualities of Irish new red Wheat have brought is Gd to 7s 9d per 701 b. Choice mcaling Oats
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Dar, (Tuesday,) the 21st. instant, at Twelve o'clock, in Chaloner and Houghton's Timber Yard, Sefton-street, opposite the Harrington Docks, 348

Dar, (Tuesday,) the 21st. instant, at Twelve o'clock, in Chaloner and Houghton's Timber Yard, Sefton-street, opposite the Harrington Docks, 348

Logs African TEAK TIMBER, of very superior quality; lately landed, ex ship Bernard, from Sierra Leone.—Apply to Messrs. SCIIALZLER and Metchauts, or to CIIALON ER and lIOUGIVIION, Brokers.
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL MARKET, Nov. 23, s. d. s. d. s. d. s. • Old Hay New Hay 0 9 0

LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL MARKET, Nov. 23, s. d. s. d. s. d. s. • Old Hay New Hay 0 9 0

114- Cattlefotatoes 1 2 1 4 - Clover Hay. - Turnips Straw,Wheai.. 0 41 0 51 - Carrots . 034 0 - Straw, Oat 0 4 0 5 Mangle., urzle 0 0 0 0 - Straw. Barley 0 3 0 4 - • Manure 7 0 8 0 -
November 21, 1837 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England