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TIDE TABLE AT LIVERPOOL.

TIDE TABLE AT LIVERPOOL.

MO. Ev. F. I. FESTIVALS, &C. Wedneaday 18 444 5 24 1' 7 Thursday l9 ,6 9 6 51 12 2 Alphege ... Friday 20 7 31 8 913 4 Saturday 2l 843 9 2 15 Sunday 22 938 10 317 2 Tat Sunday after Easter, Low S. Monday 23 10 26 10 47 19 0 St. George. . Tuesday.... 24 11 911 29 19 8 New Moon. We
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE WAREHOUSE PROPRIETORS OF LIVERPOOL.

TO THE WAREHOUSE PROPRIETORS OF LIVERPOOL.

GENTLEMEN.—The Dock Committee fancy, no doubt, that they have been actuated by the purest motives in bringing forward their scheme for Warehouses on Prince's Dock Quay. It must be admitted, as a general principle, that private interest ought not to stand in the way of public goo
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LETTER IV,

LETTER IV,

The annual rent of Itslahine estate, 618 acres, was to be AlOO 0 0 Interest for Live Stock, vhiued £l5OO, at 6 per cent.. 90 0 0 Interest for buildings, valued £lOOO, ditto.. ...... 60 0 0 Interest for tools, implements, machinery, and advances for labour.... .4'900 0 0 The firs
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER, THURSDAY.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER, THURSDAY.

CHESTER TRADES CUP, P.P. We have little worthy of notice to communicate about the doings for this important prize, excepting the mystery which prevails respecting Whaley, who is now dubbed "Jim Crow," from the propensity of his party to wheel about. One day lie is close upon the
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Alaritinte lntritiortur.

Alaritinte lntritiortur.

Alaritinte lntritiortur . ----=---=----- MONDAY, 16.—Wind NAV., fresh. Robert Pulsford, Prince, New Orleans; Tiber, ARRIVED.— and Rebecca, Marseilles. Candier, hence at Hobart Town. HindooS, ' hence at Demerara. Leonora, Jes sie ' n F d l d n' e l 7C nc o e ck a s t , d h i e t i
April 18, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A Court of Directors was on Thursday held at the Eas , ndia House, when Mr. John Andrew Dunlop was

A Court of Directors was on Thursday held at the Eas , ndia House, when Mr. John Andrew Dunlop was

appointed provisionally a member of Council at Bombay. In the Criminal Court, on Thursday, Frederick Sanders was tried and acquitted on a charge of stealing a shell from the British Museum, where lie had been employed. Upwards of eighty individuals, men. women, and children, hav
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SECRET VOTING.

SECRET VOTING.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRAPH. Stu,—You have yet another opportunity to express your sentiments on the conduct of the Town Council in wishing to fly from all responsibility to their constituents. Do not fail to do so. Speak out and speak openly. Tell them what is the
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
- To sail on the 14th inst. ,/ For NEW YORK,. N> The remarkably One new American Ship, HOLLAND. Captain

- To sail on the 14th inst. ,/ For NEW YORK,. N> The remarkably One new American Ship, HOLLAND. Captain

R. ' 2 tons per register : coppered this voyage, and sails very fast; she is copper-fastened, and shippers will find her to be a very strong and faithfully dmilt vessel. Her cabin accommodations are good.—Apply to FITZHUGH and C. GRIMSHAW. SARAH - and ARSILI A, now waiting a win
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL EASTER SESSIONS.

LIVERPOOL EASTER SESSIONS.

The General Quarter Sessions for the borough commenced on Monday, before James Clarke, Esq., recorder. The learned recorder took his seat about a quarter past ten o'clock, Ernd the following gentlemen were sworn of the grand jury : Edward Gibbon, Foreman; George Lissant Cox, Joh
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WATER TROUGHS FOR CATTLE.

WATER TROUGHS FOR CATTLE.

The report of the committee on the above subject was read. The report recommended that two water stations should be erected, one near the north-east corner of the old tobacco-warehouse, the other at the corner of Stanhopestreet, near the weighing-machine, to be conducted on prin
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England