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October 5, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 5, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHEAP FOREIGN GLASS. fIEORGE WDONALD CUT GLASS MANUFACTURER, Robert-street, 78, Byrom-street, 17, Lord-street, corner of John-street, Liverpool, and 33, Bridge-street

CHEAP FOREIGN GLASS. fIEORGE WDONALD CUT GLASS MANUFACTURER, Robert-street, 78, Byrom-street, 17, Lord-street, corner of John-street, Liverpool, and 33, Bridge-street

Row, Chester, begs to inform the Public that he has received a large consignment of French German, and other GLASS, in beautiful Painted and Ornamented Vases, from 2s each ; Tressed and Moulded Salts, from 4d each; Pickle Dishes, from 6d each; elegant Dessert Dishes, from 2s eac
October 5, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
INDIVIDUALS GOING ABROAD from the Port of LIVERPOOL are informed by S. W. SILVER and CO., Of Nos. 9 and

INDIVIDUALS GOING ABROAD from the Port of LIVERPOOL are informed by S. W. SILVER and CO., Of Nos. 9 and

10, C 0 RNHILL, LONDON, that they,may procure the whole or any part of an OUTFIT, (from the coarsest to the finest quality of Goods known, including Cabin Furniture,) at the Branch House Nos. 4 & 5, ST. GEORGE'S-CRESCENT SOUTH, LIVERPOOLV At the same WHOLESALE SHIPPING PRICES as
October 5, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Just Published, ASERIES of PRINTS Illustrative of the Progress of the COTTON. PLANT, consisting of TWELVE LARGE PLATES, viz.- 1.

Just Published, ASERIES of PRINTS Illustrative of the Progress of the COTTON. PLANT, consisting of TWELVE LARGE PLATES, viz.- 1.

A Cotton Plantation. 7. Bleaching Works : 2. Room in a Cotton Fan- bleaching. tory : willowing. 8. Warping and Winding. 3. The Lap Frame. 9. Reeding and Drawing in. 4. Carding. 10. Weaving. b. Bobbin and Drawing 11. Dye Works :—dyeing. Frames. 12. Calico Printing,. • 5. Cotton S
October 5, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
the finest animal in creation. LaFornarina enters Byron's house, expels all her rivals, and be - co - m -

the finest animal in creation. LaFornarina enters Byron's house, expels all her rivals, and be - co - m -

e — sll - ;;;;;fti; palace, where she lives and rules. Byron threatens her—she throws herself into the canal—she draws her poignard,— she was an extraordinary woman. She would conclude all her comparisons between herself and other women, with the noble phrase, Si ella e donna, n
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
UNDER ENTI

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Whose talent in the PIIENOIII Ins FI3IOUS IN consequence :on the Perfonr will be repeated for This present TO-MORROW ( Dramas of the 01?, THE SCEIS Mr. ORD will a : In which he will rc Roy Singing by Dancing 1) ON TH Mr. ORD, as the Jr Centre Boxes, is Gallery, 6d. Seem Pit, Is.
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ISLE OF MAN AND LIVERPOOL BANK. THE DIRECTORS of this COMPANY have made a further Call of Two Pounds per

ISLE OF MAN AND LIVERPOOL BANK. THE DIRECTORS of this COMPANY have made a further Call of Two Pounds per

Share, and request the same may be paid at the Company's Office, 21, Castle-street, on or before Monday, the 23d January, 1837. By Order of the Board, ANGUS MACLEOD, Accountant. December 14, 1836.
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England