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Empertal parliament. HOUSE OF LORDS, TUESDAY, JAN. 16.

Empertal parliament. HOUSE OF LORDS, TUESDAY, JAN. 16.

The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat at five o'clock. There were not more than twenty Peers present. The Duke of RICHMOND presented petitions from Cupar and Trail, praying for a uniform rate of postage. '
January 24, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
lAGo. She did deceive her father, marrying you; And when she seemed to shake and fear your looks, She loved

lAGo. She did deceive her father, marrying you; And when she seemed to shake and fear your looks, She loved

them most. OTHELLo. And so she did. hoc). Why, go to, then: She that, so young, could give out such a seeming, To seal her father's eyes up, close as oak,-- He thought 'twas witchcraft.- Another, and a very important moral, is the defection and punishment of wickedness at the mo
January 24, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SCURVY IN THE GUMS EFFECTUALLY REMOVED. ARTIFICIAL TEETH SUPPLIED wiTzioUT WIStRS, sPRINGS, OR CLASPS. LOOSE TEETH FASTENED, And filling Decayed

SCURVY IN THE GUMS EFFECTUALLY REMOVED. ARTIFICIAL TEETH SUPPLIED wiTzioUT WIStRS, sPRINGS, OR CLASPS. LOOSE TEETH FASTENED, And filling Decayed

Teeth with Mineral Siliceum. MONS. DE BERET, SURGEON DENTIST, Duke-street, Liverpool, (from the Firm of 13 , d Co. 121, Regent-street, London,) respectfully informs the Nola-- Gentry, and the Public, that they continue to fill up the .1' Decola i d Teeth with their M i. intral S
January 24, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM CORN EXCHANGE, JAN. 18. NVheat sold at an advance of 2s per quarter. Malting Barley is about Is per

BIRMINGHAM CORN EXCHANGE, JAN. 18. NVheat sold at an advance of 2s per quarter. Malting Barley is about Is per

quarter dearer; grinding on the spot is also held at a similar improvement. No sales of note reported In Oats, Beans, or Peas.
January 24, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
' _LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET, MelfasaY. In consequence of so many vessels not having arrived as were expected with Cattle, the

' _LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET, MelfasaY. In consequence of so many vessels not having arrived as were expected with Cattle, the

supply has been very small, and the quality not of the best, rind the market has been much in advance for Beef front our last week's report. The supply of Sheep has also been very limited, without any variation In Pr" from last week. Good sold at not less than tid; Sid; ordinary
January 24, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WINTER AMUSEMENTS. NEW PLAYING CARDS, OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, AND AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN Paws, ON SALE AT ROSS AND

WINTER AMUSEMENTS. NEW PLAYING CARDS, OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, AND AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN Paws, ON SALE AT ROSS AND

NIGHTINGALE'S, CHRONICLE-OFFIC.E, 12, LORD-STREET. PLAYING CARDS, Highly glazed, of new pattems,and coloured Backs at 2s. per pack. De la Rue's superfine Playing Cards, with Plaid Backs, 2s. Gd. per pack. Pickwick Papers, by the inimitable "Boz," with 43 Illustrations by " Phis.
January 31, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A FEW CASES OF SIGHT RESTORED

A FEW CASES OF SIGHT RESTORED

J. B. Lachfield, Esq., Golden-squ cured of Ophthalmia, 'Whitehall and Thatched House Tavern. are ; Mr. A. M'lntyre, aged 65, No. 3, Silver-street, cured of Cutts Serena. H. Liston, Esq., Marine LibrarY , Ramsgate, Kent; cured of Cataract. Gutta Serena, No. 37, Mary-street, Regen
January 31, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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January 31, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRA.PH

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRA.PH

have noticed that since Mr. Hall became your magistrate several African captains have been brought before him for murder, and other heinous crimes on'poor sailors. I never recollect any thing of the kind under your old Tory magistrates—how is this? Are any of them African shipow
January 31, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON CORN MARKET—MoNnAy. The business of the market continues almost suspended, in consequence of the navigation being still impeded. There

LONDON CORN MARKET—MoNnAy. The business of the market continues almost suspended, in consequence of the navigation being still impeded. There

is no di s position on the part of th e m ill ers to purchase the old Wheat f r om granary, as there is a p rospect o f an alteration in the weaof morning,grain. and the same feeling exists as regards the t s a lebe otth all s orts
January 31, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England