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MARKETS AND TRADE.

MARKETS AND TRADE.

Tallow Naiiet.—Ttie price ot article" is 4i 6d per ctone, with fair in emand. ScirTOv Cattle Market, May 13 upply of Fat «u not very large, but uality; and there being a good >uyers, price* were not any lower. Prime Id, Wetner Mutton (clipped) p er jj, leasts 435, Lean do. 603,
May 19, 1838 - 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
 
THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND ENGLAND.

THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND ENGLAND.

The intelligence from America, which appears another page, is of great interest, and deserving particular attention. During the last six months the Whig aud Tory portions of the press have alike joined in deprecating the idea that serious woukTeventuallyßesult I Ironi the Canadi
July 14, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LORD BROUGHAM'S NEW BEER BILL

LORD BROUGHAM'S NEW BEER BILL

The following is the bill introduced into the House of Peers by Lord Brougham upon this subject. It is intituled "An Act to repeal a part of Act of the first year of his late Majesty, intituled 'An Act to permit the general sale of beer aud cider retail in England.' " hereas an
July 14, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

A VOYAGE BALKAKKA, J\ JOSHUA ULENKHORX, MARINER. CIIAP. 111. * Fr.,-. f,tr.. y A atuf trr rt,'t ir,tj, thr>, ' Arrive* (it the *' ' I introduction to th, Great lioobuv, v}. . ...an v.iiom .J pvprj' gem! uiau, was yet, to the fashion of his countrv -thout clothes ; unless, indeed
July 14, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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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
 
LONDON COLONIAL MARKETS, Jan. 10

LONDON COLONIAL MARKETS, Jan. 10

The imports, exports, and deliveries for home consumption, are now very slender; the public sales to-day are but few, and of small amount. They consisted of a small parcel of Bengal bugar. nine small parcels of Coffee, some of them very slow and Tittle lot Saltpetre. No purchase
January 13, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL MARKETS.

LOCAL MARKETS.

BnADroiD Market—Fine sorts of long wool ery Bcarce > slight advance is obtained ith regard to both Foreign and English wool, w» ■nay report that the demand is quite equal to the supply. In consequence of the recent advance of wool, six-quarter merinos have also advanced from 3s.
January 13, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REPUBLICANS.

REPUBLICANS.

The admirers of the political aine had a dinner at the Hope j .Monday evening, at seven o'clock/to. Jus liirth-day. Forty-two persons dinner, which, not abuse the hacknied 1 rejected great honour the very excel ent one. After the dinner the augmented ahout 60 persons, ami was ap
February 10, 1838 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England