Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 7,322 articles

TO THE PUBLIC.

TO THE PUBLIC.

Proprietors of the Telegraph announce to their friends that from this day it will be incorporated with the Liverpool Chronicle, and cease to exist as a separate publication. The Telegraph commenced its career on the reduction of the newspaper stamp duty, and after struggling for
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL LENT ASSIZES. WEDNESDAY. THE RODNEY-STREET MURDER.-ABDUCTION a AWITNESS. THE QUEEN V. CALDCEAFT. This was an indictment against Thomas Caldcraft,

LIVERPOOL LENT ASSIZES. WEDNESDAY. THE RODNEY-STREET MURDER.-ABDUCTION a AWITNESS. THE QUEEN V. CALDCEAFT. This was an indictment against Thomas Caldcraft,

charging him with having removed out of the way Sarah Duffin, a material witness against William Duffin, committed on the 9th of May, 1836, charged on the inquisition of the coroner of this borough with the murder of Grace Avery, the object of such removal being to prevent her g
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARKET, APRIL 12.

MARKET, APRIL 12.

LIVERPOOL COTTO: The market throughout the w inactive state as characterised all descriptions have declined ad y been more decided in both the 1( can Cotton. Speculators have nd exporters 650 Surat. The imy the sales al e '10,500, viz., eek has continued in the same le close of
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MERCHANTS' TEA COMPANY. • 44, GREAT GEORGE'S-STREET, Near Si. James's Markel, Liverpool!, By order of the Assignee. MESSRS. ORCHARD and

MERCHANTS' TEA COMPANY. • 44, GREAT GEORGE'S-STREET, Near Si. James's Markel, Liverpool!, By order of the Assignee. MESSRS. ORCHARD and

GILBERT, in so- on SATUo DAY next, the 21st instant, at One o' ,at John ating the attention of Families and the Public to the New - Hurry's office, Exchange-8' North, H Selection of BL ACK and GREEN TEAS purelAsed by them during The STEAM T their recent visit to London, beg to s
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RENSHAW-STREET MARBLE WORKS. TIMMAS MOFFITT & CO. BEG most respectfully to return their sincere thanks for the liberal •upport which

RENSHAW-STREET MARBLE WORKS. TIMMAS MOFFITT & CO. BEG most respectfully to return their sincere thanks for the liberal •upport which

they have received from the Nobility, Gentry. Architects, and Tradesmen of Liverpool and its neighbourhood since their commencement a the above Works, and wh!ch has induced them to make very consi rable alterations in their Premises in order to enable them to meetijr extensivean
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
REGINA v. KINNEAR.

REGINA v. KINNEAR.

TO TFIE EDITOR OF THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRAPH. see that in the North this trial has made some noise, on account, perhaps, of the notoriety of the prisoner: here, too, it has attracted much notice, but more on account of the important matter it disclosed than because of the man. The
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MESSRS. GLADSTONE, GILLANDERS AND CO. AND

MESSRS. GLADSTONE, GILLANDERS AND CO. AND

THE " HILL COOLY" SLAVE TRA-DE. [FROM THE CHRONICLE OF SATURDAY.] . - WHILE the blood-stained system of Negro Slavery is about to expire—for expiring it is, although amidst the shrieks and tortures and agonizing pangs of its wretched victims—another slavery which promises to be
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE. For the BENEFIT of Mr. MAT. ROBINSON. -- Mr. ROBINSON has great pleasure in stating to his immediate

ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE. For the BENEFIT of Mr. MAT. ROBINSON. -- Mr. ROBINSON has great pleasure in stating to his immediate

Friends and the Public at large, his having arranged with the proprietor, for the privilege of announcing a Benrflton which occasion the most brilliant talent of the Provinces will be exhibited, comprising the following The celebrated RIDING-MASTER. Mr. WM. BATTY, with an extens
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SELECT VESTRY.

SELECT VESTRY.

Mr. John Kilshaw Mr. Isaac Hutchinson Mr. William Wright Mr. John Paton Mr. John R. M`Guffie Mr. William Slater Mi. Andrew Watson Mr. R. W. Houghton Mr. Augustus Radcliffe Mr. William Foster Mr. James Harvey, jun. Mr. Richard Houghton Mr. Thomas D. Butler Mr. Francis Maxwell Mr.
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PENSION LIST HUM!!!

THE PENSION LIST HUM!!!

Turas is nothing so difficult as to uproot corruption. By some flaw in the constitution of the human mina, the public robber has ceased to be looked upon with disgust, but is transformed into a martyr when called upon to disgorge the past, or forego the present fruits of his plu
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England