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ISLINGTON MARKET, MONDAY. This day's supply consisted of 49 Beasts, 1,458 Sheep and Lambs, and 0 Calves. The trade was

ISLINGTON MARKET, MONDAY. This day's supply consisted of 49 Beasts, 1,458 Sheep and Lambs, and 0 Calves. The trade was

dull throughout, at the following prices per stone of Sibs. sinking the offals : Beef 3s 2d to 5s Od 1 Veal Os Od to Os Od Mutton.. 3 6 4 1 1 Pork 0 0 0 0
December 14, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LORD BYRON.

LORD BYRON.

CONCLUDED FROM THE FRENCH OF JULES JANIN. This Man viewed every thing with the eye of a poet; nothing escaped that look—that memory—that genius. He turned all into profit,-his conversation with his friend, his private meditations, and his very dreams. He sees the works of Titian
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On the Pith inst. at St. Luke's Church, by the Rev. James As- Oman, Charles Hadfield, Esq., to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas James Hall, Esq., barrister-at-law. On the 15th inst. ' at St. Philip's Church, by the Rev. Thomas Stanley Bowstead, M.A., Mr. James Wilson, youngest son
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
- "INDIVIDUALS GOING ABROAD from the Port of LIVERPOOL are hereby informed by S. W. SILVER and CO. Of No.

- "INDIVIDUALS GOING ABROAD from the Port of LIVERPOOL are hereby informed by S. W. SILVER and CO. Of No.

9 and 10, CORNHILL, LONDON, that they may procure the whole or any part of an OUTFIT, (from the coarsest to the finest quality of Goods known, including Cabinet Furniture), at the Branch House, Nos. 4 and 5, ST. GEORGE'S-CRESCENT SOUTH, LIVERPOOL, At the same 'WHOLESALE SHIPPING
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TMP R 0 VED COMPOUND ICRO- A. SCOPES, with complete Apparat uf for examining transparent and opaque Objects Ani la,

TMP R 0 VED COMPOUND ICRO- A. SCOPES, with complete Apparat uf for examining transparent and opaque Objects Ani la,

&c., equalling in magnifying power and utility ' large d expensive instruments. Neatly packed in Rosewood Case, price .£2 10s. Manufactured and sold by A. ABRAHAM, Optician and Mathematical Instrument Maker, • 78, LORD-STREET, LIVERPOOL.
December 21, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On the 25th instant, in Eaton-place, London, the Countoss of Denbigh of a daughter. On the 21st instant, at Buckland, Farringdon, the Countess of Carnarvon, of a son.
November 30, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MONDAY, Nov. 23.—.

MONDAY, Nov. 23.—.

Smith, New York, sailed lith intralt ; Buzzard. ; Lord Arthur, Bombay,' sailed Ith ! a Jane, M'Dowall, I)ctnerara, sailed Lith ult. ; Forth, oil, Campeachy ; . Mercury, - , and Palmyra, Keith, Monti! Video ; Alexandria (Egyi t) ; Mary, Wat.lier, Brawwick, - Bell, ; _r Teneritre.
November 30, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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November 30, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
_ For SALE, The fine new Brio. SIR R. A, FERGUSON, • B. Siurrit, Master; Burthen per register. 180 22-94

_ For SALE, The fine new Brio. SIR R. A, FERGUSON, • B. Siurrit, Master; Burthen per register. 180 22-94

tons, old measure ; built of the best British oak, well seasoned; coppqed and copperfastened; sails very fast, and carries al'arge cargo on a light draft of water; her stores and materials are ample, and of the best description. Length aloft, 80 feet 3 inches; breadth, 22 feet 7
November 30, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England