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HALIFAX.

HALIFAX.

Halifax Torus.—Tlie threatened petition against -Mr, W-wtley's return for this borough, being dropped, the Tories have time to think about festivities to commemorate their triumph. Accordingly they commenced on Thursday with a blue ball—it is to be hoped not of the same species
May 9, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DRUMMONDB & C - M.R.C.S. AND M.b. m V ki lte(i on all Diseases incident to Man personally, at their

DRUMMONDB & C - M.R.C.S. AND M.b. m V ki lte(i on all Diseases incident to Man personally, at their

House daily, or by Letter | )e nR a Remittance for Advice and Medicine ; the same will be forwarded with attention— m «k % ParticuLir in stating their Case, Age, and manner of living. l\ yiw ' ult *n,j Establishment, 16, Park-Square, Next Door to St. Paul's Church, Leeds. ' nds
May 9, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
VOTES OF THE YORKSHIRE SHIRE MEMBERS.

VOTES OF THE YORKSHIRE SHIRE MEMBERS.

In the Minority of Ninety-eight * of Mr. Divett's amendment to re
June 27, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
In oursts rvrs Murom: T, I.eic, Efio..—Yesterday week, nt Wakefield, on vt>w of the body til !<. H1 rut, a

In oursts rvrs Murom: T, I.eic, Efio..—Yesterday week, nt Wakefield, on vt>w of the body til !<. H1 rut, a

||t>y nine yimr* old, who nn the nftet'itonu nf the tiny before vuh nmiuing himntdf by li«n'iiuR dob* the aide Ot'tlie tstnnl and swimming a *rnnli howl, when nt) li>«t iii* balanCi >ti<d frll into the vrntcr On >l nudity, at AcWorlh,nn view of the body i>f Joaapn. AI.j, ton, nf
June 27, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, Nov. 22.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, Nov. 22.

The arrivals of Wheat and Barley are good, butof all other articles very much smaller than usual at this season of the year, 1 demand for Wheat is scarcely adequate to the supply, yet the redu< en prices prevent any anxiety to force sales, and though the trade is very heavy, sti
November 23, 1833 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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II. DOMESTIC.

II. DOMESTIC.

The Earl of Durham and the Newcastle Journal—ln the Court of King's Bench, on Monday the Solicitor-General moved for a criminal information against the proprietors of the Newcastle Journal for a libel on the Earl of Durham. He was understood to say that-the-libel,-for the public
November 23, 1833 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.—(From Friday Night's Gazette.)

BANKRUPTS.—(From Friday Night's Gazette.)

3. E. Dilly, Littleton, horse-dealer, Nov. 23, Dec. 27- Sob'"'' Mr. Ralfe, Winchester. .. cit o'' Chas. Dod, Lime-street, ship-owner, Nov. 25, Dec 27- s ° 1 Mr. Haynes, Change alley, Cornhill. tf r ' John Gaze, Norwich, tanner, Nov. 29, Dec. 27. Solicitor' Stall', Norwich. J. Gi
November 23, 1833 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN REVIEW. No. S. James Ridgway and Sons, London. This Review is about the silliest published, which saying a great deal. The " Article the BaLot in this number, for instance,is really laughable, from the tone self-satisfaction assumed the writer, who manifestly
May 20, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW HAT SHOP, • No. 18, MARKET-PLACE, HU DEBS PI ELD. V . HATTER, - * ■ . ESPECTFULLY informs

NEW HAT SHOP, • No. 18, MARKET-PLACE, HU DEBS PI ELD. V . HATTER, - * ■ . ESPECTFULLY informs

his Friends and the Public., that has re-commenced Business as Dealer in Hats, the Shop lately occupied by Mr. JACKSON, Draper, in the Market-Place, next Door Mr. grocer, where he has laid £.11 entire New Stock of HATS, of all descriptions, which lie is determined offer such Pri
May 20, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR JOHN BECKETT.

SIR JOHN BECKETT.

On Thursday evening Sir John Beckett addressed the electors of tbe borough, in the large rtKtm of the Commercial Buildings. The meeting had been convened by placard ; at the appointed time, six o'clock, the room was tolerably well tilled, and before the close it was crowded to e
January 3, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England