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HALIFAX.

HALIFAX.

Election Riots.—The timount of damages assessed and paid by the treasurer ofthe West-Riding in reparation of the injury done to property during the riots at the recent election for the borough of Halifax, is £3,344 7s. Od. : this sum wiil have to be paid, in addition to their or
April 25, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROTECTED BY PATENTS. PEItRYIAN . Superiority the Pens, fori ! A. description of writing, s so universally !' [acknowledged, that

PROTECTED BY PATENTS. PEItRYIAN . Superiority the Pens, fori ! A. description of writing, s so universally !' [acknowledged, that

the Patentees consider com| ment unnecessary, and respectfully to the ' Public, the following List of Prices Per Card. ; NATIONAL PENS, 1, 2, and 4... , OFFICE & FINE OFFICE PENS (NATIONAL PENS, Nos. *nd 8 .... DOUBLE PATENT PENS 2 UNDER SPRING ditto « o FLAT SPUING ditto ......
November 25, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MECHANICS INSTITUTION.

MECHANICS INSTITUTION.

tins of the member*, subscribers , « blic this institution, was held in the friers 01 ednes dav week, to discuss the use, certain alterations in the ' Ki(ty notice had been given, and f which attendance, we regret to business- from spirit which per•".l ffas not w L e a U r that
October 21, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE.

POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN. Spain.—A letter of the Bth instant, from Logrono, published in the Constitutionnel, confirms the account of the advantage gained over the Carlists at Retuerta on the sth, and states that the enemy's vanguard, closely followed their main body, and led the Cure Merino, ha
October 21, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WHIG AND TORY INTIMIDATION.

WHIG AND TORY INTIMIDATION.

The leading journals of the two great factions have found abundant employment of late in picking holes iu each other's coats, for the gross conduct which has both sides been exhibited,in the punishment of those who conscientiously exercised their elective franchise. Deep were th
October 21, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CIRCULATION OF THE LEEDS TIMES.

CIRCULATION OF THE LEEDS TIMES.

the ieturns of the Stamp Office recently published, it: appears that there are 217 Provincial Papers in England, and among these the LEEDS Times stands Eighth in point of circulation— there being but Seven Papers with a larger circulation, and 209 with a leSs. According to the r
October 21, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNSLEY.

BARNSLEY.

Robbery.—Y ester day se'omght, earn Saturday morning, the shop of Mr. Geo. Field, batfifl of Dcdworth, was entered by thieves, and one gether with a quantity of beef and number of mutton, were stolen therefrom. Nothing vet trt pired to cause Mr. Field to suspect the parties guil
March 10, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS. — (From Tuesday Nig ht 1 tf, H. J. Roberts, James-street, Lisson-grove, rd .' r< N or ' Dec.

BANKRUPTS. — (From Tuesday Nig ht 1 tf, H. J. Roberts, James-street, Lisson-grove, rd .' r< N or ' Dec.

30. Solicitor, Mr.' Lyle. Great James-stre*j noU sern a "' „, rrancis Frankland, Oxford-street, „,,},'' -'if, Dec. 30. Solicitor, Mr. Fyson, Lothbury. h<a t, V i\olS?' Frau-ois Vouthoir, Rue deClcry. Paris, m^ na jD" Solicitors, Messrs. J. and S. Pearce, Phillip s ' c-dtf'' Swit
November 22, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FASHIONS. TVTISS M. ROSHWORTH begs to announce JLtJL to her Friends and the Ladies of Leeds generally, that she has

FASHIONS. TVTISS M. ROSHWORTH begs to announce JLtJL to her Friends and the Ladies of Leeds generally, that she has

received from the most Fashionable Houses in London, a variety of MILLINERY, DRESSES, CLOAKS, &c. which are now ready for Inspection— the Favour of a Call will be esteemed. 40, Albion-Street, Nov. 20th, 1834. JOHN HICKS, Pi BUSHES. BOOKSELLER, Stationer, &c. begs mostrespectfull
November 22, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WEST-RIDING QUARTER SESSIONS.

WEST-RIDING QUARTER SESSIONS.

The Spring Quarter Sessions for the West-Riding of this county commenced at Pontefract on Monday last, before the Right Hon. Lord Wharnelirfe, chairman, and the following bench of magistrates :— The Rev. Stuart Corbett, D.D. ; Edward Ferrand, Esq.; Josh. Scott, Esq.; Sir Francis
April 18, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England