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TO THE CHARTISTS OF SHEFFIELD.

TO THE CHARTISTS OF SHEFFIELD.

town atoulVltoo^Jfei^vv-Toyvnsmkx—'There are in this Ti',, labourers, and great and small (bring themselves a about 10,000 skilled workmen, who wt-U-bt'iiiL' th in a 1(l ni dependent for their public ' „„„m capitalists on the conservation of the lions might fin because they must
September 28, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POETRY. THE VIRGINS CRADLE HYMN. TRANSLATED BY Dormi, Jesu ! Mater ridet, Qua: tarn dulcem somnum videt: Dormi, Jesu blanduie

POETRY. THE VIRGINS CRADLE HYMN. TRANSLATED BY Dormi, Jesu ! Mater ridet, Qua: tarn dulcem somnum videt: Dormi, Jesu blanduie

! Si non dormis, Mater plorat, Inter cantars orat, Blande, veni, somnule. Sleep, sweet babe my cares beguiling, Mother sits beside thee smiling : S.eep, Uarl ng, tenderly ! If thou sleep not, mother mourneth, Singing as her wheel she turneth, Come, soft slumber, balmily. THE BRA
September 28, 1839 - 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
 
HULL TIDE TABLE. MORN TIDK KVKNT/D* f Feb! 2 Saturday « .. jj 3 Sunday ■ .. ■. •• 4

HULL TIDE TABLE. MORN TIDK KVKNT/D* f Feb! 2 Saturday « .. jj 3 Sunday ■ .. ■. •• 4

i " ond l a r l'J 9 3t * Z"T iay , •• 3 fl Wednesday .. .. J .. ]» 38 8 Friday 10 .. 11 21 " rriaay .. ~ i.p Saturday • 54 • • 37
February 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND—REPEAL OF THE UNION.

IRELAND—REPEAL OF THE UNION.

Iv another column we have given copious extracts from a very able letter of Mr. Sharman Crawford, answer to the Address of the Trades' Union of Ireland, on the subject of Repeal. It characterized by a manly honesty of purpose, and fixedness of principle—qualities for which the w
October 26, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ODD BITS.

ODD BITS.

It has been determined, understand, that a musical shall take place at next Autumn, also at! Birmingham and Hereford. Democritus, who was always laughing, lived one hundred and nine years ; Heraclitus, who never ceased crying, only sixty. Laughing, then, is best; and to laugh at
October 26, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTED, a Situation GROOM' \ a , Si ,e Man, Forty Years of Age' T latel >' been discharged from

WANTED, a Situation GROOM' \ a , Si ,e Man, Forty Years of Age' T latel >' been discharged from

the Horse j Artillery. Apply to William Kidd, Pontefract. WANTED. Messrs, lindley, waller &> RD ' ar n Imme * ia te Wanti 1 ee Re P ?s t A b ' e and Experienced MEN as ASSISTANTS. Personal Application preferred ; if Letter, post-paid. 41, Bnggate, Leeds. PI URES TH£ HIGHEST CLAS
October 26, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
VENUS SINE CONCUBITU. OF all the errors to which human nature is prone, none are attended with consequences so much

VENUS SINE CONCUBITU. OF all the errors to which human nature is prone, none are attended with consequences so much

to be dreaded as those resulting from secret vice. It entails on its votaries hostofinfirmities of the most alarming charactcr, which the remedial art has ever to encounter. Debility both physical and mental are not its only diagnostics. Hypochondriasis in all its varied forms,
April 20, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. The letter signed William Daviton, in reply to one inserted in our last, is unavoidably postponed

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. The letter signed William Daviton, in reply to one inserted in our last, is unavoidably postponed

till next week. Several other communications also stand over for consideration.
August 10, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England