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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
 
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
 

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VESTRY MEETING.

VESTRY MEETING.

On Thursday, a meeting of the inhabitant ratepayers of this borough was held by adjournment from the vestry, in the choir of our Parish Church, forthepurpo.se of electing nineteen commissioners, to execute the Leeds Improvement Act for the present year. Mr. J. A. Buttrey in the
January 3, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DEWSBURY.

DEWSBURY.

Ebf:nkzku Sunday School.—On Friday evening, the 26th, the annual meeting of the teachers and friends of the Ebenezer Sunday School, Dewsbury, took place in the school room. The attendance, as usual, was large and respectable, about one hundred sat down to tea, after which a most
January 3, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO GEORGE WAILES, ESQ. Sir, —Having been one of the audience at the Commercial Buildings, on Saturday night last,when you

TO GEORGE WAILES, ESQ. Sir, —Having been one of the audience at the Commercial Buildings, on Saturday night last,when you

did us the honour to address us. I beg leave to ask yoq a few questions. From what little I gathcred from your discourse, I was almost inclined to think you a republican, and I was the more confirmed in such opinion, when you compared our most gracious sovereign to the president
January 3, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MINISTRY. The subjoined list gives the names of the Cabinet Ministers, and their subordinates as far as they have

THE MINISTRY. The subjoined list gives the names of the Cabinet Ministers, and their subordinates as far as they have

been appointed. It will be seen that the regiment is nearly filled up. Sir Robert Peel First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer. Ouke of Wellington Foreign Secretary Earl of Aberdeen ... Colonial Secretary. Lord Lyndhurst Lord Chancellor. Mr. Henry Goulburn Hom
January 3, 1835 - 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