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THE GREENOCK TELEGRAPH *> » • J ■

... w ill no doubt attract large audiences. United Prater. A meeting, under the sanction of the Conference for United Prayer, was held yesterday, in the Free Middle Church, in connection with an invitation to United Prayer addressed to the Church of Christ ...

OLENFIRLD PATENT starch,

... tuff J irty steps leading to the platform. deceased were follows Daniel Wbeelan, rigger, I(., es m CMfl o' from them by the United Slate, of America. Portugal called Bimshwme, rather than drink those of Fiance, .. aged 30. William Brown, rigger, aged 45 ...

OF HUNGARY

... the various races, yet we see them burying their animosity the grave of the past ; we see them all -all of them united in heart and mind, united in will, and act for common right, for common liberty. Formerly there were parties divided from one another by ...

GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY I

... Professor Holloway, 244, Strand (near Temple Bar), London, and all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized World, in Pots, at Is 2a 4s 6(1, 11s 225, and 33s each. There is a considerable saving taking the larger sizes. N.B.—Directions ...

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT

... unauthorised proceeding of an officer of the United States in regard to the Island of San Juan, between Vancouver’s Island and the Mainland point, had nearly led to serious collision between forces and those of the United Slates. Such collision has, however, ...

FROM LIVERPOOL

... . has begun The recent numbers of the Dial have teen great ————— ■ ■ . i.w ■ __ series of letters a religious journal the United improvement on the first, though there is still a char- States, for which he to receive very handsome pay. acter of essay ...

DROPSIES

... Profersor Holloway, 244, Strand (near Temple Bar), London, and by all respectable and Dealers in Medicines thioayhout the civilized Wo.ld, in Pots, Is Ud, t»d, 11s 22a, and each. feT There is a considerable saving taking the larger sizes. Directions for ...

Begi«torod for

... late treaty with Japan and to punish persons who infringe its stipulations. District Consuls nmyliear and adjudicate upon civil suits between British and Japanese subjects, and examine witnesses upon oath. Consuls may also imprison British subjects, or ...

GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY I

... Professor Holloway, 244, Strand (near Temple Bar), London, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers Medicines throughout the civilized World, in Pots, at Is 2s 9d, 4s 6d, 11s and 33s each. There is considerable saving by taking the' larger for the dance of ...

GREENOCK TELEGRAPH, FEBRUARY 18,

... motion, againet it, 124 ; majority againat, 78. CIVIL SERVICE. Mr Hennessey moved for select committee to inquire into the present mode of nominating and exnmmit.g candidate, for the junior btanclie. of the civil service, with view to affording greater facilities ...

GHEENOCK TELEGRAPH, FEBRUARY 18, 1860

... the note would be duly bonoured by the agent days after the sailing of the vessel from the Clyde, or any other port in the United Kingdom,” which an ordinary comprehension would in terpret to 7 days after the 22d Due., when the vessel sailed from Greenock ...

WOUNDS, BRUISES, BURNS, AND SCALDS

... Professor Holloway, 244, Strand (near Tenqde Bar), Loudon, and all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized Ol id, in Pots, at Is lsd, 2» 9d, 4s (id, lls *&s, and 33s each. There is a considerable saving by taking the* larger sixes ...