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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F ROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Leeds, F tdtay, Feb. 11. Oar own correepondent's ubiquitous track. Of his progress and course here and there, With Europe at times, and the East on his hcok, Adds to ard increases his care. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    states bp ~Utrtilon. YOUNG'S HORSE AND CAlZRIAGE REPOSITORY, FOUN- TAINESTR.EET, LEEDS, HORSES , CARRIAGEIS, HARNESS9, &,. Aressrs. ]TAEDWICkS andl I3EST her, to announce thait they will Sell by Auction, on 7'es.,th,! Eighth sfol of Aesgsst, li0l, at Younrg's Ihepositoir Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL.I LEEDS, APRIL 29, 1870. Mr. Baines, M.P., has been in Leeds during the present week, but returned to London yesterday to attend his duties in the House of Commons. VOTES or YonreSniRn Mmmtns. - Marriage with Subscribers-only content

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    *ales bip Rucfton. G UCIOERSVAUES SOc Ofie-, (Establistied. 1845. NEW-Siner,1. IIER-PELD. James-street MVIls. Fatltd. To Blanlet Manuftacturers and Others. Sole of Two Condeneear iSets, one pair of Maules, Sixteenl Looms, and GEO. TINKER and SON airejisrce by Messrs. Sykes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I YORKSHIRE ;CONGREGATIONAL UNION. *'AN'NUAL kEEUING AT WAKEFIELD. n. The annual moesting of tbe Yorkshire Congregationasl .e Unlion was continusid yesterday, inZion chaxpel, George- .e street Wakefield. The CHiziimm~&- (the Rev. S. DYsonP o Idle) presided. THLE 9OIAPEL BUILDrt6G Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL OTES AND QUEES. ; t'rXutzaz CCCLXVII2 TH1R AIZD OF SMIflJAME5S'DOUGLA&S W. 'W., Leeds, contributes a paper -on the t'bve.eubject, of. which the 'iollawing is the fi'st' part: In the midsummer oli the ancieat fity of York held thoCourt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. 'NumBER 418. t ~TIHE ANTIQUITY OF CliUISTMAS. 41X."l oo, uestefllowing relative, to the antiquity of Ohriatmae r There is no clear trace of the observencie of Christmas Day for near 350 Years after Christ. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. NUmBE 471. A NOTED YORKSHIRE PREAHER: WILLIAM MORLEY P1JFNSHOIT. W. S., Dommaster, writes- Amelia E. Barre says, " Yorkshire is the opitome of England. Wnatever is excellent in the whole land is found there. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NO4tES iND 'QUBRIES. }NuMnEE 483. ] NOTED YORKSHIRE MUSIOIANS: WIrLum EDWARD MILLER. W: S., Doneaster; writes:- In No. 482 appeared a brief sketch of Dr. Miller, the musician, and the historian of Doncaster. The career of the sonWilhsam Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. due NUMBER 7,51. ANCIENT HULL GUTIrDS. ad L. L. R. writes to ''Notes a~nd Queries"l- 'ere Dr. £amcbert, in his; -- Two Thou'~and Years cf Gild rIg-, Life " (iull, I891), prints in Eniglsh trnsl,,ation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEEDS 3BOY MODRN SOH00L The Christmas entertainment of the p-upils of the 2 Leeds ?0oys' Modern Sohool was held last evening, in the Albeit Hall, Cookridge-etrest. The weather some- what interfered with the attendance, but the audience was nevertheless Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES. Number 1,054. YORK AND SCARBOROUGH IN THE YORKIST PERIOD. E. EH. C., York. writes as follows:- Seven visits of Edward IV, to York are recorded. The most meneorolble was that immediately after the I terrible Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADVERTISE- :ENTB. Public Noticea. T^TTx3fws£l^^ BRADFORD. In conaequence of the ensuing Christ- --Day falling on Tuesday, we, the undersigned, intend to Close onr Places of Business on Mohday b kxt, in order that the parties in our employ may Subscribers-only content

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    YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 86, WEBTGATE. A t B A Y EB M EETIKO will be held To-sioHi (Jatubday), at Half-past Seren, conducted by The Rev. T. E. 6TUBGES. Both sexea invited. SALEM CHAPELT- To-m«bw>w (Scnut), the Rev WM. Subscribers-only content

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    SNOW. * jf YOU COUGH TAKE ERAUDEL'S PASTILLES. WIND S^TT___ls___i^^ oßKSHlßß ACCIDENT INSURANCE _!_-_ LANCASStILAXa COMPAXY , LIMITED. HEAD OFHCE : 37, PRINCESS STREET, MANCHESTER. DIRECTORS' REPORT. „• ,„-, b-c- to submit to the Shareholders the Accounts and Balance Subscribers-only content

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    Cadbury's Cocoa „i-TFLY PURE. THEREFORE BEST. .jSOLLi 1 - I- dard 0 f highest purity at present attainable "!__. to Cocoa. --Lancet. NO ALKALIES USED. A_ iv many of the Dutch Cocoas. 2 SWh-easternDaily Gazette PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES. Subscribers-only content

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    COMB [) AILY USES- • tr, V ashing Clothes and for all Domestic in ClUninp, HUDSON'S DRY SOAP is ft* 1* Bifcer * "TVorks. ft* l* c Hospitals. let Kn' v<^ il t s_i.it F °r Brushes and Oombs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARVELLOUS EFFECTS. fll : \OKFOLK : ' FEVER DRINKS „rpHl- ' FO H HORSES. I M a iniost tast«Jcss liquid, which may be poured k (-n-*° ,i nat in a few mouicutfl, inures Fkfaii Coldm, Jovrt*'" 1 , .., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fomysnits. _^-^ _*T_4ED PROSPECTUS. <^S)^ OBK8 LIMITED, PIC^ l 0 -riVfflW, "* £l ° SHARES. cjT .. formed for tbe purpose of pur- /v-nP&ry '? ' a. nbove-named Iron ana __2/5S SSSLM^remodeUed and enlarged *_*&>s& .legation sbow a profct Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    QOQV SERVANTS. _™where The best helper in every r -M t ri_woJfS DBY «»AP. It saves the sfi?H --<»*'' mXb* -* a «W. *^ reet 6oa » 5 *- fa *"*_ Ciciiiiinp House. -Washing Clothes, f-**PA».I-r, 7 ,.;,,.. Ware, Subscribers-only content

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