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PRICES OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, Fzu. 20 Hay Os 8d to Os PCI 110 , b Clover, Hay Vetches ... Os

PRICES OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, Fzu. 20 Hay Os 8d to Os PCI 110 , b Clover, Hay Vetches ... Os

Bel to Os Od .. Straw,(wheat) Os 4d to Os 4R .. Ditto, (oat) Ditto (Barley). Potatoes Cattle l 5 -2d to d .. Carrots Turnips 24s Od to Od „ Mangle Wurzte 2os Od to 228 Od „ Manure 7s 6d to Bs Od „
February 21, 1838 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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January 4, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CORNISH'S

CORNISH'S

CHEAP BOOK ESTABLISHMENT, • 16, LORD-STREET, LIVBRPOOL, AND 37, NEW-STREET, BIRMINGHAM. THE Proprietor of the above Eitablishments informs the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Liverpool and its Vicinity, that he has on SALE a large collection of the most Standard Works in th
January 4, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
liorat Entelligettre.

liorat Entelligettre.

liorat THE SNow STonsf.—Our contemporaries have so completely exhausted the subject, that we have contented ourselves with merely recording the fatal and melancholy accident at Lewes. Fortunately we can now speak of its unexampled severity as a past•event, the change of weather b
January 4, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
lianitruvto, Srt.

lianitruvto, Srt.

January 4, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BEDFORD HOUSE. ITIHE Proprietor is now Selling the ole of his 1 WINTER GOODS at a GREAT ACRIFICE, the advanced

BEDFORD HOUSE. ITIHE Proprietor is now Selling the ole of his 1 WINTER GOODS at a GREAT ACRIFICE, the advanced

period of the season havi induced him to mark down to cost the whole of his r aining Stock of FURS, CLOAKS, French and British MERINOS, VELVETS, SATINETTES, L EITESTRINGS, GAUZE, RIBBONS, &c. &c. The Ladies of Liverpool and its vicinity find this one of those opportunities for m
January 4, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Moreliattr.

Moreliattr.

GENERAL STATE OF STATISTICS.—It appears that in manhood, when one person in 100 dies annually, two are constantly sick. Calculating from this datum and the yearly mortality of England and Wales, the total number constantly disabled by sickness will be at least 600,000 persons; a
January 11, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, Jan. 6. . The navigation having been interupted by the frost, we have a very trifling supply

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, Jan. 6. . The navigation having been interupted by the frost, we have a very trifling supply

of all Grain here to-day. There is a fair demand for Wheat, at about the rates of last Friday. The little good Barley that is here is readily taken off at full prices. Oats and Beans are without alteration. ARRIVALS MIS WEEK. Wheat - - - 'Mgrs. 1 Peas - - - 409qrs. Barley - - -
January 11, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS,

QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS,

I. Any Rate-payer who shall have been rated to the Poor-rate in any Parish, Township, or Place, in the Union, for the whole year immediately prneding his Voting, and shall have paid the Parochial Rates and Assessments, made on him for one whole year, as well as those due from hi
January 25, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PUBLIC DIIMER TO MR. EWART, M.P.

PUBLIC DIIMER TO MR. EWART, M.P.

GREAT REFORM FESTIVAL. _ • . On Thursday evening last, -the public dinner by. the Tradesmen's Reform Association, to :respected representative, William Ewart, Esq., took place at the Ito)* Amphitheatre,. Great Charlotte-street. • - We may very:safely say, that on no preceding oc
January 25, 1837 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England