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LIVERPOOL ffilustcal JFcgtfoal. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC CHARITIES. |. The Hi*!) SHERIFF of the COUNTY, The Worshipful the

LIVERPOOL ffilustcal JFcgtfoal. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC CHARITIES. |. The Hi*!) SHERIFF of the COUNTY, The Worshipful the

MAYOR of LIVERPOOL Tilt Marquess CHOL.UONDELEY, .rl GROSVEKOR, Earl . . Th.' Right ller. the LOUD BISHOP of CHESTER, Lord I.ILFORD, Ri"ht Hon. CANNING, M. P. Sir WILLIAM GERARD, Bart. Sir H. P. HOGHTON, Hart. Sir JOHN GREY EGERTON, Bart. M. P. THOMAS MOSTYN, Bait. M. P. Sir THOM
30 September 1817 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
NEW BOOKS.

NEW BOOKS.

'This liblith i,iil bt tlepntly printed (kart°, Pri.e aI. is. 6d. nßoards. or 3L. 3a. hound. H ISTOR Y of IRELAND, Reign of Henry the Sewed. To which prelised a Preliminary Dilemma so the Meisel State oi thit Klnvdom. _ _
27 April 1773 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
By THOMASI.ELAND, D.D.

By THOMASI.ELAND, D.D.

Fellow of Trinity-College, Deb lin. - Ni ntc d de g J. Nnotfe, Itaokfellee to hit Mai*. in the s cr . m i i T. I.nr..ns., and G. aniinfor., uiPaptoodertow i and J. Johnies. in St. Church.lfasd. In a fr:c Dayi nniil in Pilaw Prue 7 j. 6 1. A DICI'IONAKY 0? ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, Sipl
27 April 1773 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
"1 . 0 be Sold, At the New Salt-Wurks At Frain's*, The heft Refin'd SALT, WI and Ret3l I,by Wm.

"1 . 0 be Sold, At the New Salt-Wurks At Frain's*, The heft Refin'd SALT, WI and Ret3l I,by Wm.

Cmfbie sad Unsfon. lu ba Let. AsJ mitered epos immediately. ANeat modern-built 13rick Houle, a Stable and &omit ha In this City. I' m.plpm the Noe of this Payer. Cbsikr. Mask sip, TO be Sold by AuCtion, at Mr. Womalts, in Wrexham, in Cooney ce 4st Thwrilay the 13th Day of M 3) :
27 April 1773 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS. LANCASTER, PHOTOGRAPHISTS, GROSVENOR-STREET, CHESTER. DEG respectfully to announce that they have built a NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT ROOM, which

PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS. LANCASTER, PHOTOGRAPHISTS, GROSVENOR-STREET, CHESTER. DEG respectfully to announce that they have built a NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT ROOM, which

nothing has been spared that their experience could suggest as being likely to enhance the merit of their Photographic Portraits. They can now, therefore, naltee CARTE DE VISITE and OTHER iTRAITB equal to those of the beat establishments in London and Paris.
18 March 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
■MIOLATION FROM LAI

■MIOLATION FROM LAI

Mr STANLLY said that large some of money had been sent home, to defray emigration from Lancashire, by the Australian colonies, but further assistance was required to provide outfits, &e. He wished to know if the Boards of Guardians could raise money for assisting emigration? Ift
18 March 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC

RAILWAY TRAFFIC

For the Week ending Mora 8. with the Co►responding Week of lost Fear. 1863. I•p. London and North-Western £83887 0 0 ... 76820 0 • Vale of Clwyd • 12917 0... 9 • DR. DE JONGH'S Ow Order Leopold LIGHT-BROWN COD LIVER OIL, Prescribed by the most eminent Medical men throughout the
18 March 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LOT 111.

LOT 111.

All that piece or parcelof excellent arable and pasture LAND, containing by admeasurement 2a. Ir. 9p, situate at Piper's Ash aforesaid, being the remaining ponion of the large field mentioned in Lots I and 2, and also pert of the adjoining piece or parcel of land, now in the occ
18 March 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MIDLAND BANNING COMPANY (LIMITED). , NOTICE. A BRANCFIef this Bank will be opened at WANTWICH on fite:2sth instant, in the

MIDLAND BANNING COMPANY (LIMITED). , NOTICE. A BRANCFIef this Bank will be opened at WANTWICH on fite:2sth instant, in the

Premises at the Church Yard Side. late in the occupation of Mr Kent, Surgeon (decease•), and under the Management of Mr EDWARD BUITERWORTH. BARK Novas—From Teo till Four. Os FRIDAYS, from Ten till One. •On SATURDAYS, from Ten till Five. By Order of the Board, W. F. D. STEPHENS,
18 March 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MOSTAR COURANT, WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 1863.

MOSTAR COURANT, WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 1863.

pleb by Ceps. Wilbraham, who was supported the by Lient:Colouel Sir Charlie Shakerley, Bart., J. Hughes , Capt. Buchanan, ie.; ee his l e ft by Oil. Bell 7, Capt. Wilbraham proposed the health of the Qom la a most appropriate speech, giving an sawdust of the Judicious manner in
18 March 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England