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M O X E Y. SEVERAL Sums of MONEY ready to be advanced on Mortgage on approved Freehold Security—Apply, (if

M O X E Y. SEVERAL Sums of MONEY ready to be advanced on Mortgage on approved Freehold Security—Apply, (if

by Letter, Post-paid,) to Mr. THOMAS RYLAH, Solicitor, Miriield, near Dewsbury. CONCHOLOGY. A LARGE COLLECTION of SHELLS from the South Seas, will be Exhibited at the Music-Hail, on Monday the 2\sl Instant. The first Three Days are appropriated for Inspection ; after which perio
September 12, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IL DOMESTIC

IL DOMESTIC

Arrival op the n, ~r „ „ , T1 Queen of Povtn^l^\ r ° nT r % T "- The arrived at Portsmouth fro,, tu°i .hip, ou Sunday «v,f-P«« nr.l»r «f ,r„,. »' an d were received, by the honours Portsmouth presented conJatui,t C corporation ot young Queen* and DnSESIS&? df SS^ r ? > the arriv
September 14, 1833 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL PERSECUTIONS IN SCOTLAND.

ECCLESIASTICAL PERSECUTIONS IN SCOTLAND.

At length a journal professedly liberal has come forward to defend the proceedings of the Edinburgh clergy in employing legal processes, fines, and incarcerations, for the recovery of their emoluments. "We shall give the cream of this defence of the tax by which the clergy are s
September 14, 1833 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES.

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES.

CIVIL COURT, Friday, A rim, 4. Simpson-ami Others p. Hutchin son Messrs. Pollock and Alexander were conusol for the plaintiffs, and Messrs. Cresswell and Knowles for the defendants. This cause came on yesterday afternoon, and after occupying the attention of the court for a cons
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DORCHESTER SENTENCE.

THE DORCHESTER SENTENCE.

A great meeting to which thousands will repair, and which will be the most numerous ever held in this vicinity, will take place on Hunslet Moor, on Monday, at three o'clock, for the purpose of petitioning against this unjust and revolting sentence. Our readers will perceive by t
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ABSENTEEISM.

ABSENTEEISM.

1 he Morning Herald of Saturday, after describing some extravagant actions of the Marquis of Hertford at Naples, states that " several English Tory families are about to follow his Lordship's example, and to spend their fortunes in Italy." It will easily be believed that there a
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

Bradford Market, Thursday.—The demand for Wool has been much the same this week ; prices a shade lower. The Yarn market continues very flat, with a further reduction in prices ; nor does there appear a prospect of an early amendment : the spinners are consequently disposed to df
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON COLONIAL MARKETS, April 8.

LONDON COLONIAL MARKETS, April 8.

The sale* of Muscovad*. la- he sh „ r tsupp!ies. aye hhds and trs; trre prices, on acx «■ India Museovadts m stilla.hadehigßer. and trs, averaging atoi.t \ >ril l ist year were about I J' vim , s 7- > ,<i»'<> hags, averaging •m'/m hhds and tts weekly : ot M "W>\ are jWly t0 be v
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. MESSRS. TANNER and YOUNG, Accountants, Leeds, are in immediate Want of a welleducated and respectable YOUTH,

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. MESSRS. TANNER and YOUNG, Accountants, Leeds, are in immediate Want of a welleducated and respectable YOUTH,

of 15 or Hi Year* of A°-e, as a CLERK. The situation will he very advantageous to any Youth desirous of attaining a perfect knowledge of Mercantile Accounts and Rookkeeping, on the most approved System. All Letters to he post-paid. Leeds, 10th April, 1834. WANTED, A RESPECTABLE
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOPS ON SALE. JOHN DODGSON, MERCHANT, No. 4, BRIDGE-END, LEEDS, begs to inform Brewers and Dealers that he has on

HOPS ON SALE. JOHN DODGSON, MERCHANT, No. 4, BRIDGE-END, LEEDS, begs to inform Brewers and Dealers that he has on

Hand a good ASSORTMENT OF HOPS, PURCHASED FOR CASH, and which he can offer on Terms that cannot be surpassed by any House in the Trade. J. D. also begs to observe that his Trade as a Hoi* Merchant is by far the most extensive in Yorkshire, and that from his great Experience and
April 12, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England