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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TETRIBLE POSITION AND FEAPFUL LEAP, The' painter and publisher of the Fifeshie Joio-wal, a Conservative paper established at Cupinr, was apprehended in London, on Saturday last, on a charge of forgery. On Sunday night lie was handed over to Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS: SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1839. NOYT151 MIDLAND RAILWAY BILL.-This Bill was read a third time in the House of Commons, on the motion of Mlr. Baines, on Wednesday, and was then passed. Co3f!,ETTFES OF THE HOUSE OF CO U Subscribers-only content

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    REPORT OF THE WOOLLEN TRADE FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL. gg Mag I, 1839.-.It is again our duty to record a month !ce of unsatisfactory trairsactions-...unsattafaetory, both to to the quan. of tity of btsalnesa done and the rate Subscribers-only content

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    On the 4th inst. In Upper Grosvenor street, the lady of JamesI mian, Weir Hogg, Esq. M.P. of a son. On the 30th ult. the lady of Mr. Thomas Jarnson, Richmond, es of of a sont, On the 28th Subscribers-only content

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    I THE YORKSHIRE - IAGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING AT NORTHALLERTON. J or The quiet little town of Northallerton has this W~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ week been the scene of considerable gaiety and animation, occasioned by the holding of the Third Annual Mleeting Subscribers-only content

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    Birtbri. On the 21 Inst. at Heath, the lady of Edward Tew, Esq. of a daughter. Oil the 3d lost. the lady of R. L. Ford, Esq., of this town, solicitor. of a daughter. On Thursday, at the Holy Subscribers-only content

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    BRADFORD. 'he 1RADFOatD RAGG"D SHasooL.-On Friday night last the annual meeting of the supporters and frieads of the Bradford Ragged School was held in the lecture-theatre of the Mecuanics' Institute, Leeds-road, Bradford. The Rev. Dr. Godwin presided, and the Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    YORKSHIRE UNION OF MECHANICS' I INSTITUTES. ! MEETING AT SCARBOROUGH. Su The annual mneeting of the Yorkshire Union of Is Mechanics' Institntes was held at Scarborough yesterday, to aid was well attended by delegates from various parts tiu of Subscribers-only content

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    TERRIBLE STRUGGLE WITH A FORGER IN A RAILWAY TRAIN. The circnnmstalnces (brivfly recordedin yesterday's Al1-eby of a gentleman leaping from an express train near Darlingtofl on Monday morning, waas mnuch more s tragical than appeared on tile first glance. Subscribers-only content

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    ANNUAL SOIREE r I . OF THE LEEDS MECHANICS'INSTITUTE. Last nkigt, the annual eoixde' of the Leeds. Mechianics' linstitute was held in the Victoria Hall, and was attended by a large and fashionable audience. The mneeting lost somnewhat of Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL, pi id LEEDS, MAY G, 186S. r- -B at MAJOR FAWKES'S RETIREMENT.-In our article A lest Monday, on Major Fawkes's Retirement, we said, "the IV 'Y result of the Major's canvass has been discouraging, and d Subscribers-only content

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    T0THE ELECTORS OF LEEDS.- GxNqTarllvEN,-At the r eunest of a large and important body of th econstituency of Leeds, I have resolved to solioit thll honlour of electifon asyour representative in the Parliament siortly to be chooen "yThe 71,opinion Subscribers-only content

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    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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    ~alcS bp auction. flullen Edge, Ellanld. P-elsinmaZy annoiu-cemont T lE MANSIN HOUSE, called Hn-lon Eldge, the residence of the late Abraham Hirst, Esq., with thle park, emramental Pleasure grounuls, plantations, gardens, and laud, con- taining altogether 71 acres, within Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. d Y. LEEDS, FE13RUA1tY 9, 1866. oCO a> - tins At the first general meeting of the Bank of Leeds din Limited, held oil Wednesday, a dividend was declared ME (after providing for the preliminary expenses) Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL LEEDS, AUGUST 11, 1868. ST. PETEr'S WESLEYAN COMArEL, LZEIDS.-The opening services which have been held in the above chapel dilii jg the last three weeks were brought to a close on Sunday, on which day sermons Subscribers-only content

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    CLEVELAND AGRICU1LTURAL SHOW. The thirty-fifth annual imeeting and show of the Cleveland Agricultural Society was held yesterday at Yarm, when a liberal amount of money and cups were awarded to the successful competitors in the various classes. This society Subscribers-only content

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    BTrauseVre-CrArrnnrTTO..-Jnnf. 0th, ait All Saints' church, Sher- huim, by tire 'Rev. A. Blair, Matthew Blilbroigha to Hannahi, second daughiteir of Chrag. Clayfortis, of Sherhare. BaocNaa-BRoewwq.--Jan. 11tli, at St. Mlary's, K~nareshssrongls, byilse Rev. G., Gillett, Gilbert Robert Blount, Fwq., of Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, APRIL 23, 1870. v YounxsIrnn COLLEGE OF SciENCE.-A ineeting of tlco Science College Sub-committee was held in the Town Hall, Leeds, yesterday. Dr. Heaton occupidd the chair, lir. Sales, the hon. secretary, communicated the expression Subscribers-only content

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