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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
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

London, Thursday Evening. Irish Tithe Bill—We have good reason for believing that, at a meeting of Reformers and friends of the ministry, which was held at Lord Ebrington's on Wednesday, the plan of the government for the settlement of the Irish tithe question was announced by h
May 23, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POETRY. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. From Selections of American Poetry. 1 love to look on a scene like this, Of wil

POETRY. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. From Selections of American Poetry. 1 love to look on a scene like this, Of wil

«l and careless play, And pursuade myself that I am not old. And my locks are not yet grey, For it stirs the blood in an old man's heart. And it makes his pulses fly, To catch the thrill of a happy voice And the light of a pleasant eye. I have walked the world for fourscore years
May 23, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MORE MILITARY FLOGGING.

MORE MILITARY FLOGGING.

Another instance of the odious, barbarous, and accursed practice of military flogging, has just taken place in one of the most distinguished regiments in the service, and a regiment too which is to be stationed in the barracks of the town of Leeds. The Scotsman says, " last wee
May 9, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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SIR JOHN DE BEAUVOIR.

SIR JOHN DE BEAUVOIR.

The grand Inquest for the County of Middlesex on Monday last returned true Bill against John Kdinond Beau voir, Knight, for a misdemeanour falsely .oud wickedly qualification h»r Member of Parliament, which abandoned before the Seleet Committee of the House of Commons. The indic
May 23, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
(Prom the John Buli.) We subjoin very sensible letter, which lias been addressed to the editor of the Western Luminary,

(Prom the John Buli.) We subjoin very sensible letter, which lias been addressed to the editor of the Western Luminary,

which we advise all out west cdrtntry friends to read:— •' TO THE VTESLEVAN METHODISTS SOUTH DEVON, " Gentlemen, —The religious people of London, astounded at the Popish tendency of Administration, and determined to merge all private differences defence of that' pure and soUtid
May 2, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, May 5.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, May 5.

TUESDAY, May.s. BANKRUPTS. f.. " . I »n«l H. paper manufacturers rt-li'iiVr* " lU ' UMC ' ifftf Cr0 "" St - Geo t" E „r.u" J. Kuril, Whitechapel, Ironfounder E. Thornton, Oxford street, ironmonger R.Vaughan, Barton Coffee house, Freeman'* court, Cheapiide. coffee house keeper '
May 9, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
It is a singular fact, and tiirisu, the o. an crop of corn of more value London than the Orgeat

It is a singular fact, and tiirisu, the o. an crop of corn of more value London than the Orgeat

crop «i thst car have produced-
May 30, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FOB. SAIaEi BOUT 300 Bushels of GOOD PICKED POTATOES, fit for planting, at one shilling per bushel. be had Mr.

FOB. SAIaEi BOUT 300 Bushels of GOOD PICKED POTATOES, fit for planting, at one shilling per bushel. be had Mr.

Hulme, House, near Bracknell. Published this day, ss. cloth boards, With, a Map and Eleven Engravings, No. XVII. the EDINBURGH CABINET LIBRARY; BEING THE History and present condition Of the STATES; comprehending View of their Civil Institutions, Arts, Religion, Literature, Comm
May 9, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England