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TO DEALERS IN PLATE GLASS,. THE Governors and Co. of the British Plate Glass Manufactory beg to apprize the Dealers

TO DEALERS IN PLATE GLASS,. THE Governors and Co. of the British Plate Glass Manufactory beg to apprize the Dealers

in Plate Glass, that they have relinquished their Oen cy Establishment in South John-street, and to requesfall future Orders may be addressed direct to the Works, Ravenhead, where they will receive every attention, and be delivered at Liverpool with the least possible delay. 2,
December 7, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FERRIES. Woodside, Birkenhead, and Liverpool

FERRIES. Woodside, Birkenhead, and Liverpool

Steam Compzny Ferry Royal Rock Ferry Monk's (Woodside) ditto Egremont MINES. Kellewerris Como!Hated Mines West Tresaven Tin and Copper ditto I British Silver, L.?ad, and Copper ditto 2 Liverpool and Manchester Coal - NEW COMPANIES. Liverpool Steam Towing Liverpool Fish Liverpool
November 16, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, Nov. 12. The market still continues fiat, and prices of common and ordinary 'qualities of -

. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, Nov. 12. The market still continues fiat, and prices of common and ordinary 'qualities of -

depressed and unsettled, purchasers having the advantage of k to + per lb. decline, whilst for fair qualities upwards full prices continue to paid. All other kinds are exceedingly heavy of sale, particularly the lower qualities of Brazil and Egyptian, prices of which are almost
November 16, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE REMAINS OF THE LATE MADAME MA.LIBRAN DE BERIOT.

THE REMAINS OF THE LATE MADAME MA.LIBRAN DE BERIOT.

The ouestion as to w ether the remains of the late lamented and unfortunate Madame Malibran de Beriot should be given up to her husband and friends for interment in Belgium remains still undecided, but the proccedin,gs for that purpose have not yet been given up. Another pressin
October 26, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DINNER OF THE OPERATIVES.

DINNER OF THE OPERATIVES.

Notwithstanding the treatment which we experienced at the miscalled Tradesmen's Conservative Dinner at the Amphitheatre, we determined to witness the proceedings on Friday night last, at the same place where the Operatives had their half a crown feed. We will be readily believed
October 26, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Unita *tales.

Unita *tales.

December 14, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
On *ate.

On *ate.

December 14, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
trrEHE ,GOAL IP.ROPRIETORS beg to inform •the Public, that the Price of the BEST HOUSE COAL is .now :15s. per

trrEHE ,GOAL IP.ROPRIETORS beg to inform •the Public, that the Price of the BEST HOUSE COAL is .now :15s. per

Ton.. !Liverpool, 21st_NOvember„1836.
December 14, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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TO. THE MOST NOBLE AND LION-HEARTED REPRESENTATIVE OF EVERTON WARD — KING OF THE COUNCIL—FI-FA-FUM. HortouEskStu :—Your manly and courageous bearing since you entered - within the walls of the Council Chamber has gained you the regard of the good and wise of all parties. You hav
December 14, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Then he had been misinformed, for he had been told by a member of that Council that it was so.

Then he had been misinformed, for he had been told by a member of that Council that it was so.

(Loud cries of Name, name.) No! he would not mention the name. He would not betray confidence, and subject an individual, perhaps,..to.odium, for which had been uttered in the warmth of confidence, and perhaps inadvertently, (Hear.) One other question he would ask. Did they issu
December 14, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England