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TIDE TABLE AT LIVERPOOL.

TIDE TABLE AT LIVERPOOL.

o. Wednesday 11 - Thursday 12 0 21 Friday 13 0 50 Saturday l4 1 22 Sunday . . l5 1 59 Monday l6 2 43 Tuesday.... 17 3 35 Wednesday IS 4 44 EV. P. I. resTivALs, &e. 0 17 91 0 3 17 6 1 617 6 Good Friday. 1 40 16 8 220 15 4 Easter Day. Easter Term begins 3 6 1 14 O'Easter Monday. 4
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
fore, earnestly call upon every liberal Councillor to be in his place and give his vote for the people this

fore, earnestly call upon every liberal Councillor to be in his place and give his vote for the people this

day. Doubtless the Tories and the Torified will muster in all their strength to perpetuate a system which, while it carries back the Council to the similitude of the old forty-one corruptionists, will also help to sow the seeds of discord between its members and their constituen
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

Nothing of interest occurred in the House of Lords up to post time. FRIDAY, Earl WINcHILsza. stated that, after the recess, he should bring forward a motion having for its object some iinprovernents in the New Poor Law; giving, in the first instance, a power to the Board of Guar
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MY ER THEATRE, CHURCH-STREET. - - EASTER MONDAY, Az LAST WEEK of the SEASON but two. Forth' BENEFIT of Mr.

MY ER THEATRE, CHURCH-STREET. - - EASTER MONDAY, Az LAST WEEK of the SEASON but two. Forth' BENEFIT of Mr.

RAYMOND, i I , On which occasion, Mr. COLLINS, Principal Vocalist from the Theatres-Royal, Covent-garden, Haymarket. Sm., will make his I First Appearance in the celebrated and highly successful Drama 1 of PAUL CLIFFORD, in which he has sustained the Principal Character in the v
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STEAM CONVEYANCE To and from SWANSEA, MILFORD, BRISTOL, ILFRACOMBE, and LIVERPOOL, 1 ) .10 • The Public ar e res

STEAM CONVEYANCE To and from SWANSEA, MILFORD, BRISTOL, ILFRACOMBE, and LIVERPOOL, 1 ) .10 • The Public ar e res

p ec tf u lly i n f orme d, th a t th e first-1 . A class and fast-going new Steam-packet NIOUNTAINEER, Of 140-horse _power. JOON, EDWARDS Commander ' • Is intended t o sa il with Goods and Passengers, to and from SWANSEA, MILFORD, and LIVERPOOL, during the Month of April, and w
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THIS DAY, (Wednesday,) the 11th instant, at One o'clock, at No. 24. Chapel-street, 74 Chests SHELL LAC, 26 Ditto LAC

THIS DAY, (Wednesday,) the 11th instant, at One o'clock, at No. 24. Chapel-street, 74 Chests SHELL LAC, 26 Ditto LAC

DYE, 800 Bags GINGER, 7 Chests very line GIN . 35 Hilda. TINCAL. 100 Bales MUNJEE . 158 Bundles} Ex Queen Mab, from Calcutta.—Apply to Mr. W. ROTHERAM, Merchant, or to ROWLINSON and Co. Brokers.
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
rrHE FINE ARTS —G. WARING begs to call the attention of the Trade and Gentlemen of the Profession, to his

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

Improved INDIAN RUBBER PREPARED CANVAS for OIL PAINTING. The advantages which the Indian Rubber Preparation possesses over the, usual method of preparing Cauvas i are of the greatest importance. The faults so long and so justly complped of in the old preparation, viz :—Craelting
April 11, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
" TO PREVENT ALL MISTAKES." JOHN C. WOOLFIELD begs leaye to state that he and his brother Thomas commenced their

" TO PREVENT ALL MISTAKES." JOHN C. WOOLFIELD begs leaye to state that he and his brother Thomas commenced their

Bazaar at the corner of Post-office Place. in 1817, In 1829 they,pissolved Partnership, and in the articles of Dissolutioti, J. C. %V. agreed not to carry on business in Lieerpad whilst his brother continn9slto do so. The Gentleman who is the present proprietof of the Bazaar opp
April 11, 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