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TUESDAY, OCTOI3EIt 4.

TUESDAY, OCTOI3EIt 4.

On Tuesday morning divine service was performed x St. Luke's Church, accompanied with a grand selection ot sacred music, and a sermon in aid of the public charities. The admission was by 'tickets, sold at 2s. 6d. each. So great was the anxiety to be present, that all the tickets
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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Just Pu' ASERIES of P RD Progress of the COT' TWELVE LARGE PLAI Iblishecl, gT S Illustrative of the 'TON PLANT, consisting of 'ES, viz.— / 7. Bleachin Works : bleachi g. S. War pi g and Winding.' 9. He • gand Drawing in, 10. We ng. and Drpting 11. Dy Works:—dyeing. 12. Calico Pr
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.-Mr. Sands stands for Exchange ward, and Mr. Ambrose Lace f.)r Lime-street ward, on the Conservative interest. Some benevolent person who takes pleasure in doing good in secret, sent the sum of £5. to the chaplain of. the Liverpool Infirmary last week, anonym
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EDUCATION AND INFANT SCHOOLS. CHAMBERS'S EDUCATIONAL COURSE. 1. Infant Education, &c. 2. History and present state of the British Empire.

EDUCATION AND INFANT SCHOOLS. CHAMBERS'S EDUCATIONAL COURSE. 1. Infant Education, &c. 2. History and present state of the British Empire.

3. Introduction to the Sciences. 4. History of the English Language and Literature. 5. Rudiments - of Chemistry. By D. B. Reid, M.D., FRSE. Edinburgh: W. &R. Chambers. 1836. It may be said that hitherto there has been but one system of education in this country. That system, for
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON CORN EiICHANGE, October. 10. The weather was boisterous last week, and the arrivals of grain were moderate. The trade

LONDON CORN EiICHANGE, October. 10. The weather was boisterous last week, and the arrivals of grain were moderate. The trade

was lirm for every article at the previous Menday's prices. This morning the fresh supplies are not considerable of any kind of corn. 'The millers being in want of fine dry Wheat, such was taken off readily at Is per q na rter advance on last Monday's prices. and the other quali
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICE TO THE LESSEES UNDER THE CORPORATION OF LIVERPOOL. GROUND RENTS for the present year having become due on the

NOTICE TO THE LESSEES UNDER THE CORPORATION OF LIVERPOOL. GROUND RENTS for the present year having become due on the

29th September, the Lessees are hereby required to pay the same immediately at this Office. And such Persons as are in arrear for the like Ground Rents are hereby informed, that Legal Measures will be instituted, without further notice, unless the demands which have repeatedly b
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL FESTIVAL. 114ADIE8„ and Bentlemen who have SOILED KID GLOVES, BLONDE, or any FANCY ARTICLE of DRES_,S, can have

THE LIVERPOOL FESTIVAL. 114ADIE8„ and Bentlemen who have SOILED KID GLOVES, BLONDE, or any FANCY ARTICLE of DRES_,S, can have

theT CLEANED sows to be in every respect equal to new, by 4plying to - R. LOMAX, TEA, COFFEE, AND, SINIALLWARE DEALER, 2, CASTLE-STREET, CLAYTON-SQUARE, LIVERPOOL. Sole AGENT for Messrs. L. It ATEAU and Co., - No. 130, New Bond-street, London, who still to despatch a box to them
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, October 8. We have had a ste.ady, though not large, demand for Cotton throughout the week, supporting

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, October 8. We have had a ste.ady, though not large, demand for Cotton throughout the week, supporting

our last quotations, and leaving the market to close with a healthy aspect. Speculators have taken 1,200 American, and 150 Surat; and exporters 100 American, 100 Surat, and 100 Bengal. 4,000 Surats, 200 Stained, and 100 Sea Islands, are declared for auction on Friday next. The i
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CATTLE IMPORTED INTO LIVERPOOL, FROM THE 3D TO TIIE OCTOBER. Cows. Calres. Sheep. Lambs. Pigs. Horses 1800 24 29.35 10-

CATTLE IMPORTED INTO LIVERPOOL, FROM THE 3D TO TIIE OCTOBER. Cows. Calres. Sheep. Lambs. Pigs. Horses 1800 24 29.35 10-

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October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NORTHERN HOSPITAL, SEPT., 1836. ADMITTED. DISCDARDED. Accidents - - - -29 I Cured - -23 Medical and Surgical cases Relieved

NORTHERN HOSPITAL, SEPT., 1836. ADMITTED. DISCDARDED. Accidents - - - -29 I Cured - -23 Medical and Surgical cases Relieved

and made 0. P. - 25 upon recommendation - 21 Irregular - - - - 1 Died Total - - 50 In the Hospital - - - 33 House Visitor*, Charles Warner, Esq., and Rev, T. Bornby, Treasurer, George J. Wainwright. Chaplain, Rev. J. H. Stafford.—House Surgeon, Mr. Blower.
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England