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In no one pursuit does a master toil under so many disadvantages as a teacher of music, who is obliged to connive at what can he of no solid advantage to his pupil.—Plumstead's Beauties of Melody. FACTS.—A firm faith is the best divinity ; a good life is the best philosophy; a c
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
hIARRIED.

hIARRIED.

This morning, at St. Luke's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Pu!ford Ropolph Zwilchenbart, Esq. to Margaret. eldest daughter of the Rev. J. R. Tetiow, ALA. On the 14th instant, at Ellesmere, Salop. Mr. John Blake. of Bold-street, in this town, to Eliza. second daughter of Robert M'Neill,
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET, MONDAY. The supply of both Beasts and Sheep at market to-day ha s been somewhat smaller than

LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET, MONDAY. The supply of both Beasts and Sheep at market to-day ha s been somewhat smaller than

that of last week, but we cannot note any material alteration in prices from last week's quotations. The market upon the whole may Le considered tolerably brisk ; thet e were many country buyers present, and principally all s,:ld up at the close of the market. Good Beef may be q
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
% (N , l • tiiiinrial Parliament. IiOUSE OF LORDS, MQNDAY 9. Several petitions were presented for the abolition of

% (N , l • tiiiinrial Parliament. IiOUSE OF LORDS, MQNDAY 9. Several petitions were presented for the abolition of

the ).pprenticeship System, which gave rise to a conversation etween Lord A.binger, the Duke of Wellington, and Lord lenman, in course of which the latter learned lord exressed himself strongly in favour of terminating the existing ystem. -Lord DENMAN then presented a petition f
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Domestic Elite Warner.

Domestic Elite Warner.

The Birmingham Theatre opened for the season on Monday evening, under the management of Mr. Monroe. The company is said to be good. The High Bailiff of Birmingham will preside at a public meeting on Thursday for the immediate abolition of the Negro Apprenticeship System. ARTICLE
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HUNTING SONG. The stars are still in the cold blue sky, The mists have sped away; The chimes ring blithe

HUNTING SONG. The stars are still in the cold blue sky, The mists have sped away; The chimes ring blithe

in the belfry high, 'Twill shine a glorious day! Our prancing steeds before the gate, And the eager bounds, I hear: What, ho! rise up you lie too late, Rise up to seek the deer! My lady and her maidens tall, Like bright Sowers in a row, Lean, blushing, o'er the terrace wall, To
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
'WAN T E D.—A Thorough COO K, a ; i s WAITER, and HOUSEMAID. Noe ' need apply but such

'WAN T E D.—A Thorough COO K, a ; i s WAITER, and HOUSEMAID. Noe ' need apply but such

as can prowice unexceptionable characters , Apply at the Chronicle Office, on FRIDAY next, at Eleven o'Clock the F9renoon. '
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE FINE ARTS —G. WARING begs to call the attention of the Trade and Gentlemen of the Profession, to his

THE FINE ARTS —G. WARING begs to call the attention of the Trade and Gentlemen of the Profession, to his

Improved INDIAN RUBBER PREPARED CAN, VAS for OIL PAINTING. The advanta g es which the Indian Rubber Preparation possesses lover the usual method of preparing Canvas are of the greatest importance. The faults so long and so justly complained of in the old preparation, viz :—Crack
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, APRIL 12. Friday being Good Friday, the market was held on Thursdays at which there was a

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, APRIL 12. Friday being Good Friday, the market was held on Thursdays at which there was a

very trifling supply of fresh Grain, which soid heavily and on rather lower terms; altogether the market might be considered nominal. Of Flour and Oatmeal there has been a fair quantity received, and sales light at our quotations. ad ad ad ad Wheat, white..... 38 0a 39 0 Bere 0
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England