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BIRTHS. Sunday week, at Stndlev Castie, the Sir Go.dricke, Baronet, M.P., ofa'sonandi At Conisbro'Priory, the lady of George Ramsden, h.sq.,

BIRTHS. Sunday week, at Stndlev Castie, the Sir Go.dricke, Baronet, M.P., ofa'sonandi At Conisbro'Priory, the lady of George Ramsden, h.sq.,

a son. Eden Hall, Lady Musgrave, of a son. A t the lady Mr. A. Arroyave of Tavistock square, London, of a daughter. the instant, in Great George Street, West■ minster, the lady Dr. Lushington, M.P., of a daughter. S«B*w«*ss*B*aasasssssi MARRIAGES. : Thursday last, Mr. Jehu Wade
August 20, 1836 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD.

WAKEFIELD.

WjJntwouth and Co.'s Bankruptcy.—We are authorised to contradict the paragraph stating that a dividend of lOd. or Is. in the pound, would be paid this year, in this bankruptcy. No authority has been given by the assigness for such a statement. They have been anxious for the last
July 26, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DEATH. John would confine the Punish; : M Death to &'• '■few crimes—Mr. Ewart, who it abolished except in

THE DEATH. John would confine the Punish; : M Death to &'• '■few crimes—Mr. Ewart, who it abolished except in

cases murder, and the Town Council, which petitioned for Mr. . motion are all alike inconsistent—and alike assume indefeasible position. These men confess that death did not prevent the commission the most trivial crime—they confess j that did not prevent sheep-stealing—that it
May 27, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS LOYALTY—KINGCRAFT IN GENERAL.

LEEDS LOYALTY—KINGCRAFT IN GENERAL.

Nobody can be silly as to cheated the j j obstreperous loyalty Whig and Tory. They carry on the humbug just now because it suits them, and suited them, and furthered the cause of the faction, they would revile with hearty good will, the girl whom i they now slaver with their abs
May 27, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD.

WAKEFIELD.

Princess Victoria Birth-Dai".—Wednesday she clay when tin Princess Victoria attained her legal nia. iority, was a general holiday in Wakefield ; the and factories lifting generally closed, and dinners arid processions e as. otherarts the kingdom being the 14 order the day, I'he
May 27, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNSLEY.

BARNSLEY.

Fatal /icciDjrsrr —Mr. Thomas Bailey, hawthorn, was thrown from ivis horse.on Suriti-.' ; pd his head was severely fractured , it :«nmd, examination, that concussion !> had place. lie died Tiorning, after lingering in great 'misery lays. hope this will serve as. a caution young
May 27, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD.

WAKEFIELD.

Representation of Wakefield.—The Tories have been very busy during the week in getting up a requisition to Mr. Eascelles, and ir. is now pretty yerlain tbat he will immediately offer himself as a candidate. Reformers of all degrees are now uniting, so that the re-election of 3Ir
December 6, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS LITERARY I!VJimi7TION. Annual Subscription, tetmgkillingt. A COURSE SIX CRITICAL LECTURES ANCIENT and MODERN MUSIC, with KxaaaasWaod Musi ia. (ion*

LEEDS LITERARY I!VJimi7TION. Annual Subscription, tetmgkillingt. A COURSE SIX CRITICAL LECTURES ANCIENT and MODERN MUSIC, with KxaaaasWaod Musi ia. (ion*

Vocal lustrumiaisT jparformi-r-. rTitf delivered in the Saltan* nf the MWk%t-Hail, ByCnj.Bi.es Ci'MBUTtW, >:.*>.,. commence Kumar, wl»siil, and 0.. tinned on each sue reeding WKnNagsWaW Friday until Member* will be admitted on thrir Tickets for the present Year. Strangers' Ticke
April 2, 1836 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
■ ■ - - ~~m--rmmmw (•»• nnrffCDri. I)RJ'.M.Mn.N'D*« arrive in HALIF.I X• >• Sal ndav ».h. '"3*. m.y ISIISaMttI Daily

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till.-aturdav. the 17th. and after that every Mrs.FOI'RN fc"Sit'*, Confectioner, No. a. Crown-Street. Halifax. REMONAL DRS. DRI From Mr. EI.US'S, Grocer, Itegate, Bralfard. more COXVEXIEXT SITI' ITIO V, aeetmn: of their hi** I»RI'.MMONI) ronaiilteti. in Bradford even- Tin »»o" .
April 2, 1836 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE REV. MR. J3AG0T. To the Editor of the Leeds Times. Sir, —I am fully aware that the columns of

THE REV. MR. J3AG0T. To the Editor of the Leeds Times. Sir, —I am fully aware that the columns of

a political journal ought by no means to be occupied with accounts of religious discussions, and I am no friend under general circumstances to the admixture of sacred and secular things ; but a Leeds newspaper ought always to be the medium of expressing the wishes of the inhabit
April 25, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England