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The LEEDS STAMP-OFFICE PROSECUTION.

The LEEDS STAMP-OFFICE PROSECUTION.

In our last page will be found a report of the conclusion of the prosecution.together with the sentence, of .Mrs. Mann. Once more we express our profound aversion against all such proceedings. They may circumscribe the sale of a few publications obnoxious to the party in power—t
August 9, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOSS OF THE WAR WICK ELECTION BILL.

LOSS OF THE WAR WICK ELECTION BILL.

One of the most extraordinary circnrnstances in parliamentary history, occurred in the House of Lords on Tuesday Evening. It will he recollected that for a considerable period, an inquiry has been proceeding for the purpose of visiting the borough of Warwick, with an appropriate
August 9, 1834 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LOCAL REPOSITORY

THE LOCAL REPOSITORY

LEEDS. Representation North Derbyshire. Un- dismayed by the defeat of Sir George Sitwell; or the ) still more recent fa lure the canvass of Roht. .Ark- •wright, Esq. the Tories now intend to start the Marquis Granby trie next election for this district, the barren brows of tite
March 11, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF GAOL SESSIONS.

COURT OF GAOL SESSIONS.

COURT GAOL SESSIONS. Thursday, at noon, court of Gaol Sessions, compose-*! of magistrates of the three Hidings, was held in the magistrates' room, York Castie. The attendance was very numerous; amongst the gentlemen present we observed 'he following—Sir W. Cooke, Bart., R. Gilby,
March 11, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LITERATURE

LITERATURE

trust humanize everything, before cni» love it. fancy angel rising in the east like j star, making him too patent and gigantic. He must come near to us, lu;d in our own shape ; must guard. iog innocence, consoling adversity} suggesting wisdom n«;l sweeter thoughts those who fanc
March 11, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GREAT LONDON OPERATIVE MEETING, SEEN THROUGH THE SPECTACLES OF WHIGGERY.

THE GREAT LONDON OPERATIVE MEETING, SEEN THROUGH THE SPECTACLES OF WHIGGERY.

THE GREAT LONDON OPERATIVE MEETING, SEEN THROUGH THE SPECTACLES WHIGGERY. great room the tavern, which hold, believe, two thousand people, was full to overflowing, and remained for several hours. Closer parking never beheld and, fur could judge, there were none present, the husti
March 11, 1837 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
KNAVES AND NOODLES OF THE REFORMATION SOCIETY.

KNAVES AND NOODLES OF THE REFORMATION SOCIETY.

These mountebanks have been this week hold, ing their annual exhibition in Wakefield. They very appropriately selected the day commemorative the descent of the spirit of truth, to give vent their calumnies and fictions in the churches of Wakefield and Sandal. the following eveni
June 9, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I r, 3 1 "' Str< ng ' s mare, Altisidora (bred th« r i Duke Portland), by Tiresias, dam by Selira, ( Holbein's dam) l>y Golumpus, dropped a fine colt foal on the 29th ult. to Tomboy, and . . being a day famed in the history of monarch, it was named Oak." Altisidora is now stinte
June 9, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROGRESS OF OPINION ON THE STARVATION LAWS.

PROGRESS OF OPINION ON THE STARVATION LAWS.

Converts are dropping in on this all-absorbing subject, every week. Numerous landlords, both English, Scotch, and Irish, have given in an assent to their abolition; and even the Whig and Tory leaders—Lord John Russell, and (it is said) Sir Robert Peel, have notified their intent
February 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POETRY. LAYS FOR THE PEOPLE. JOSEPH % t Jiutice to all's our motto and our aim." Ko. 11. THE SAILOR

POETRY. LAYS FOR THE PEOPLE. JOSEPH % t Jiutice to all's our motto and our aim." Ko. 11. THE SAILOR

AND THE SOLDIER. ' I saw a sailor hast'riing the strand, Where stood his wife and little household band 1 Waiting to greet him, from the ocean's foam, i With love and gladness to his cottage home: I His cottage home of England ! Warmly they met, joy sparkled in each eye, When un
February 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England