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Ttae Chase.

Ttae Chase.

The Bramham Moor Foxhounds meet this day, Saturday December 2a, at Garforth Bridge ; on Monday next at Alwoodley Crag; on Wednesday at the Black Dog, Oanibleaforth Common; on Friday at Thorp Arch ; und on Saturday, Jauuary 6, at ths Boot and Shoe Inn ; each morning at lialf-puat
December 29, 1849 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THR COUBT, &c

THR COUBT, &c

OnSaturday her Majesty and the couit returned from Osbotne-houte, Isle of Wight, to Windsor Castle. Her Majesty tha Queen and H. R. H. Prince Albert have been graciously pleased to contribute £500 towards the fund for promoting Female Emigration which ia now raising under the au
December 29, 1849 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Respecting the proper management of savings ban generally, with a view to prevent the recurrence of surh disaster as that

Respecting the proper management of savings ban generally, with a view to prevent the recurrence of surh disaster as that

which has disgraced the Rochd» Bank, Mr. W. J. Keighley, Manchester, makes valuable suggestion.. He thinks that an t9 the deposits should be published, with the number J each depositor's pass-book placed opposite bis by which means would be able test ihe of the annual report, wh
December 29, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Fireside Jokes for Christmas.

Fireside Jokes for Christmas.

[rSOlf ALMANACK, &C.] j Find Time of Surbise.—Tbe time of snnj dependa upon the latitude, and if you allow yourself J °o latitude in lying iu bed the morning, yon "ill never find the time of sunrise at all. viait to a 1 where the dancing is kept with the utmost 1 ati 'ude, will
December 29, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR R. PEEL AND HIS FARMERS.

SIR R. PEEL AND HIS FARMERS.

The following letter has been addressed by Sir . R. Peel to the tenant farmers on his estate I c I wish to commuunicate with you on the present state g and the prospects of agriculture so far as they concern our u relations of landlord and tenant, and I know not that I i. could
December 29, 1849 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICES OF SHARES IN LEEDS.

PRICES OF SHARES IN LEEDS.

I _ S U2~ ~ ~ ~ ?? QUOTBD Pa C, .1174 nifao11O,10 LINE. .Pide '10,ut)j,, ,e20 10 Bstn irri aStain., U Biri 4ar- 0p Par4 I I~ 0 ?? ?? 170-276 0 17-120 I;Nu 120 Ditto Quarter ?? - ?? - . I0 10 Ditto ?? 0 - 0,4 71- 7a jr 5tlh 20 Eastern Countie~s . 11.. 0- 7 6R0- 7 1010 Do. Nw Uor
December 29, 1849 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.

The BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.

TO PROTESTANT NONCONFORMISTS. Tha British Quarterly Review owes, its origin, as is wel* known, to Congregational Dissenters. Five years have now passed since tbe commencement of our labour ; and during those years, we think we bave shewn thoroughness in defence of the principles
December 29, 1849 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AGENTS FOU THIS PAPER. Lea-en. ?? r. Barker, 35, Fleet -street. Messrs. Newton and Co.. W_rwic_>*quar». Mr.S. Deacon. 3, Walbiook.

AGENTS FOU THIS PAPER. Lea-en. ?? r. Barker, 35, Fleet -street. Messrs. Newton and Co.. W_rwic_>*quar». Mr.S. Deacon. 3, Walbiook.

Mr. G. Ueynell, Chancery-lane. Messrs. A. H. Daily and Co., 3, Coinhi >I. Mr. Clayton, Strand. Messrs. . m.Dawson & Sons, 74, Cannon it. City* He ?? ?? Mr, Metcalfe, Bookseller. Worksop Mr. Sissons, Bookseller ; and Mn. rarkin, rVakejietd, Mr. Hurst, Bookseller. Rotheiham, ?? M
December 29, 1849 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON CORN MARKET. Fuidat

LONDON CORN MARKET. Fuidat

Tery little English wheat on show this morning, and the frosty weather having improved the condition of samples trade was firm, aud Monday's prices well main- tained for all descriptions. Transactions in foreign wheat not extensive but holders demanded rally former terms. Busine
December 29, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

LITTLE CHILDBEN. ' Cakbid and curious, how they seek All truth to know and scan ; And, eie the bnddiug mind can speak. Begin to study man ! Confiding sweetness colours a.l they say And angels listen when they try to pray. More playful than the birds of spriug, Ingenious, warm, s
December 29, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England