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MARKETS AND TRADE.

MARKETS AND TRADE.

Leeds Cloth Markets We have no improvement notice this week in the Commercial transactions of the Cloth Halls. A fair business has, however, been done in the Warehouses, and most of the manufacturers are employed in making goods by order, this keeps stocks from accumulating the
May 18, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, March 8.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, March 8.

BANKRUPTS. J. Cartlitch, Spread Eagle, White Cross-street, Middlesex, victualler; March 15, April 1!). Solicitors, Messrs Heathcote and Salmon, Coieman-street. G. Howes, Milton, Gravescnd, tavern-keeper; March 19, April 19. Solicitors, Messrs Newbon and Evans, Doctors' ! Commons
March 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISERABLE ACCOUNTS OF THE HARVEST.

MISERABLE ACCOUNTS OF THE HARVEST.

The accounts from Scotland represent the late! floods to have been very extensive, and extremely j destructive in their effects to the outstanding j crops. Bridges were, in several instances, broken down, and all ont-door property was swept away or damaged. There is, however, on
September 28, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMUSEMENT OF THE WORKING CLASSES

AMUSEMENT OF THE WORKING CLASSES

" Two respectable gentlemen connected with a society under the patronage of Lord Brougham, stated to the magistrates at Worship-street, on Wednesday, that they were forming in different parts of the town places for the instruction and amusement of the working classes, at a low c
September 28, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TYAS' ILLUSTRATED SHAKSPERE. PART VIII.

TYAS' ILLUSTRATED SHAKSPERE. PART VIII.

This numlier is occupied with ,£ Much Ado Nothing-." We must, however, caution the reade not to understand the title of the play of Shaks pere as giving any notion of the illustrations o Kenny .Meadows. The artist makes " much ado,' hut it is about great men—such as Dogberry Ver
December 21, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRIDGE WHARF, LEEDS, COMMERCIAL WHARF, OLD SWAN PIER, UPPER THAMES-STREET, L O N N. SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS CONVEYANCE FOR MERCHANDISE,

BRIDGE WHARF, LEEDS, COMMERCIAL WHARF, OLD SWAN PIER, UPPER THAMES-STREET, L O N N. SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS CONVEYANCE FOR MERCHANDISE,

TO AND FROM LONDON. -APPLEYARD begs to acknowledge to his Friends and Shippers in general, Wharfin" 6 ». . . e Encouragement he has received since his commencement as induced s ,c tin continuance of their Support, begs to inform them that he has been Uuoer 1' ■ m Hays Wharf to C
March 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Nocet empta dolore voluptas." —Hor. FO the greatest ameliorations of civilized life, are indebted to the modern division of tion

Nocet empta dolore voluptas." —Hor. FO the greatest ameliorations of civilized life, are indebted to the modern division of tion

and labour in the various pursuits of society, anc none have its benefits been so manifest as in tin healing art. Early convinced of this great truth Messrs. and Co., Members of the Royal Col lege of Surgeons in London, have for twenty-fiv« years confined their attention the suc
March 9, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX.

HALIFAX.

Ancient Relic.—Public attention and curiosity has been somewhat raised in this town and neighbourhood, during the past week, by the discovery of a large stone platform, 12§ feet square, and nearly feet high, said to be the place on which the gibbet stood formerly. Many spectatar
June 22, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROCHDALE.

ROCHDALE.

Rochdale Church-rate—A meeting of the ratepayers of the parish of Rochdale, pursuant to notice, was held in the parish church on Friday week, for the purpose of passing the accounts of the preceding wardens, and making a rate for the ensuing year; the Rev. Robert Hay, vicar, the
June 22, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Feb. 8.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Feb. 8.

BANKRUPTS. VV. Turner, Bermondsey-wall, paper maker, Feb. 10, Marchl 22. Solicitor, Mr Vates, Burv-street, St. iry Axe. T. J. Croggon, Belvedere-toad, Lambeth, manufacturer of imperishable stone, Marble wo;ks, Feb. 19, 22. So:i--j citor, Mr Siurr, l.imbard-srreet. j J. G. Ourry,
February 16, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England