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YOU MAY BE CURED YET! IIOLLOWAY'S OINT1TMEN T. CURE OF 11IlUEMATIS1i AND R IIEUMATIC GOUT. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Thomas Brunton, Landlord of the Waterloo Tavern, Coatham, Yorkshire, late of the r Life Guards, dated September 28th, 1848. 1 She,-For a long time I *vas a mart
June 2, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.

THE STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.

It reference to the description of the finding of a bluniderbuss, with which it is supposed Rush com- mitted the murders -it Stanfiled Hall, Col. Oakes, Jo the chief constable of the N'orfolk police, has ad- at dressed the following letter to soerai enals : " 1Having rend in you
June 2, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER BY A JEALOUS HUSBAND.

ATTEMPTED MURDER BY A JEALOUS HUSBAND.

ATTEMPTED MURDER BlY A JEALOUS HUSBAND. LANcAsizini.-Ear]y on Monday morning a most deliberate attempt to commit murder was made in the borough of Salford, by a young married man named John Burton ; the motive assigned for the atrocious act, which sprung from jealousy, being a wi
June 2, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PUBLIC MEETINGS.

PUBLIC MEETINGS.

JOURNEYMEN BAKtERS' SHORT TIME MOVEMENT. A public meeting of the Operative Bakers' So- I ciety was held at Zion Chapel, Union-street, ad- E joining Whitechapel Church, on Wednesday even- ing, to take into consideration the present degraded state of the journeymen bakers, and to
June 2, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE CHARTISTS.

TO THE CHARTISTS.

MY FR1ENDS, There is nothing more essential to the strength and character of a patty, or more conducive to the success of its principles, than a thorough understanding. I have frequently told you, that the Utopian notions promulgated by well-paid but treacher- ous delegates and
March 3, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

soreton intdlligentce. FRANCE. (From the Aforaing Chronicle.) PARis, Thursday.-THE ELrCTORtAL LAw.-The A dull and interminable discussion on the electoral law, d which has beea going on for somen days past. was, , in the sitting of yesterday evening, enlivened by an amendment bro
March 3, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

UNDER RYAL PARONA43E. upignt ii but ti h ?? b ?? Er ?? 3, ~ ?? EFECFRE EDOMROM cOuGH, Moa -,in 'Ten minuteiL after use, and a rapid Cores of Astlima and tulenc Cnmpin, and all Disorders of the Breath tln and Lungs, isise ysrn J_, Th tulywonerul owes f tisremedy have 8 called fort
March 3, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PUBLIC MEETINGS.

PUBLIC MEETINGS.

COMMEMORATION OF TIlE FRENCH to REVOLUTION. RI de The first anniversary of the glorious Revolution we f February, 1848, was celebrated by a public fes-W tival at the Literary and Scientific Institution, w Fitzroyv-square, on Monday evening last, February ti 2th. At seven o'clock
March 3, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY REVIEW.

PARLIAMENTARY REVIEW.

- Mr. COBIEN commenced the Parliamentary fro] al Campaign of the Financial Reform party on Res p- Monday night. The motion which ie then v proposed was, however, neither so bold in its of ar language, nor, so precise in its demands, as y his speeches out of doors. The Ten Million
March 3, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHILD FARMING.—COVENT-GARDEN MARKET.

CHILD FARMING.—COVENT-GARDEN MARKET.

I CHILD FRNMARKECOVENT C.ARDENI ph On IXuesday, in pursuance of a requisition sent to ?? the Highi Bailiif,-signed by several of tim rate- el IC, payers and househioldrs in Westminster, a meeting E 48 was convened in the open air in front of St. Paul's he Church, Covent-gairden M
March 3, 1849 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England