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MR. O'CONNELL AND POOR LAWS FOR IRELAND.

MR. O'CONNELL AND POOR LAWS FOR IRELAND.

At a meeting of the Trades' Union held at the Corn Exchange, Dublin, on the 13th inst., Mr. O'CONNELL delivered a speech which fills nearly four columns of the Morning Chronicle. The hon. and learned gentleman, after congratulating the meeting on the present tranquil state of th
November 23, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
91HE COAL PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public, that the Prise of the BEST HOUSE COAL is now 151. 10d.

91HE COAL PROPRIETORS beg to inform the Public, that the Prise of the BEST HOUSE COAL is now 151. 10d.

per Ton. Liverpool, 21st November, 1836.
November 23, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICE TO Tilt PUBLIC. WARLOW'S WAREHOUSE for London - end other Fashionable PAPER HAFGS, suitable for Rooms of every description,

NOTICE TO Tilt PUBLIC. WARLOW'S WAREHOUSE for London - end other Fashionable PAPER HAFGS, suitable for Rooms of every description,

is XEWINGTOIC AUCADE, where they will be s d at the lowest possible price. Upholstery Work in every department executed in the best possible way, and on reasonable terms. N.B.—Good and ' well-seasoned Floor Cloths, Table Baizes, &c.
November 23, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REVOSITORY, 191, London-road, ( Two Doars below Oa Blind Asylum.) IL/ H. THOMPSON be ip to

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REVOSITORY, 191, London-road, ( Two Doars below Oa Blind Asylum.) IL/ H. THOMPSON be ip to

inform his Friends and the Public, and also Visitors of Liverpool, that he has -constantly on Sale all the NEWEST MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS, both Vocal and Instrumental, as soon as published; alio a choice Stock of Elegant PIANO-FORTES, splendid Double-action HARPS, by Brat and Co.,
November 23, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
(From the London Gal-elle qf Tuesday, Nov. 15.) INSOLVENTS. N. and J. Gerrard, Manchester, cotton-spinners—M. A. and W. H. Abercrombie,

(From the London Gal-elle qf Tuesday, Nov. 15.) INSOLVENTS. N. and J. Gerrard, Manchester, cotton-spinners—M. A. and W. H. Abercrombie,

Goodge-streat, Tottenham-court Road, brassfounders—B. Brissenden, Tunbridge Wells, innkeeper. BANKRUPTS. R. J. Adams, Chelmsford, Essex, cabinet-maker—R. Webster. Cornkill, watch and and clock maker—E. Cockett, .Blackheathroad, grocer—H. Selig, Bodmin, Cornwall, linen-draper—J.
November 23, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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December 28, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY.-At a mecting of this Society held on Saturday, a paper was read from Mr. Bruce, on the

ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY.-At a mecting of this Society held on Saturday, a paper was read from Mr. Bruce, on the

antiquity of the Armenian language, the object of the writer being to prove that it was spoken by Noah, and subsequently by all the inhabitants of the earth, prior to the coufusion of tongues. Amongst other circumstances in favour of his opinion, the writer statea that a native
December 28, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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December 28, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Mr. Forrest made his first appearance before a Liverpool audience on Monday evening, in the arduous character of "Othello." Great excitement has latterly prevailed among the play-going part of the community; relative to the pretensions of this transatlantic claimant to be consid
December 28, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COWS FOUND. ON THURSDAY l as t, a P o li ce C on a bl e found TWO COWS

COWS FOUND. ON THURSDAY l as t, a P o li ce C on a bl e found TWO COWS

in the road in Evert() . The Owner can bare them on application to 3 . Police Office; or to Mr. ItAmmAGE, Penfo , Vauxhallroad, on paying the necessary expenses. Bth Nov. 1836.
November 9, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England