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LIVERPOOL INFIRMARY, OCT. 6. DISCHARGED. ADMITTED. Tn-patients cured - 26 In-patients - - - -23 Relieved - - • -

LIVERPOOL INFIRMARY, OCT. 6. DISCHARGED. ADMITTED. Tn-patients cured - 26 In-patients - - - -23 Relieved - - • -

10 Out-patients - - Or Made Out-patients. - 0 Casuals during I. P. - --6 Irreom!ar - - - - 1 last week - O. P. - - 0 Dead - - - - 2 Remain in the House 20C LOCK HOSPITAL. Dischargs3 - - - 10—Admitted - - T In the Hospital - - 42 Consultmg Surgeon, Mr. Forshaw. House Visitors, Mr
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ADJOURNED MEETING. THE Directors HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that a MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS in this Company will be held at

ADJOURNED MEETING. THE Directors HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that a MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS in this Company will be held at

the Clarendon-rooms South John-street, on THURSDAY next, the B th instant, aeTwelve o'clock, when a Report of the State of the Affairs will be submitted to the Meeting. Committee-room, Dec. 1, 1836. N. B. The Banker's Receipt or the Scrip Certificate must be produced at the door
December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRAPH.

THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRAPH.

December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
sure of tending on my niece—that I have left it to yon to play with her—that I have osly reserved

sure of tending on my niece—that I have left it to yon to play with her—that I have osly reserved

myself the most burdensome duties? While you are asleep, I watch over her, I—go, sir, forsake her. Leave this sad hermitage. I know how to live with the poor girl: I understand her insanity—l watch her gestures—l am in her secret. Some day or other you will thank me !" " Farewel
December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ON SALE, a neat modern Fuller's Patent GIG. nearly good as new; cost £6B; to be sold for £4O. —Apply

ON SALE, a neat modern Fuller's Patent GIG. nearly good as new; cost £6B; to be sold for £4O. —Apply

at Repository.
December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PROTECTED BY FIVE PATENTS. PERRYIAN PENS. "TINE PATENT PERRYIAN UNDER SPRING PENS, with HOLDER 2 0 This Pen, by means

PROTECTED BY FIVE PATENTS. PERRYIAN PENS. "TINE PATENT PERRYIAN UNDER SPRING PENS, with HOLDER 2 0 This Pen, by means

of the Under Spring, allows of an opening across the back, which gives additional freedom and elasticity, rendering it a most pleasant and useful instrument for the general purposes of Writing. Nine Double Patent Perryian Pens, with Holder 2 0 Nine Patent Perryian Flat Spring Pe
December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
, A CARD. ti..., MONS. HUBER'r respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry of Liverpool and its vicirritY, - that he

, A CARD. ti..., MONS. HUBER'r respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry of Liverpool and its vicirritY, - that he

will continue, durinc , the Holydays, hi s INSTRUCTION in the FRENCH ' LANGUAGE. He will be N happy to devote his attention to Students desirous of - improving themselves in a few Lessons. Ilia Classes fur Young Ladies continue as usual. No. 1, St. Catherine's-terrace, Abercromb
December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
-S-13 re ign tittlit gr. net.

-S-13 re ign tittlit gr. net.

re ign gr. SPAIN. Madrid papers and letters have been received up to a late hour on the 6th inst. . Strange to say, nothing is known of Gomez, at least nothing certain. One paper says he-is at Caceres, another that he has reached Salamanca. But the most accredited opinion is, tha
November 16, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE NEW PLAN OF THE TORIES,.

THE NEW PLAN OF THE TORIES,.

A curiously novel plan for the Tories has been suigast(..l - .. by an ingenious writer in Blackwood's Magazine, and proved by the other organs of the party. The project that the 'House of Lords should so completely alter C,eir course as to propose something good! This would cert
November 16, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
is-ATcti COMMITTEE.

is-ATcti COMMITTEE.

COMMITTEE. Mr. RoniNsoN rose, pursuant to notice, to move the appointment of the Watch Committee. Heneld in his hand a list of the gentlemen on whose appointment he intended to take the sense of the Council ; but before he read over their names, he trusted lie might be . allowed
November 16, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England