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THE ODD FELLOWS HALL.

THE ODD FELLOWS HALL.

f (From a Correspondent, j The commencement of this important under, -j taking has opened a new era upon the order ofi ' Odd Fellowship, which are proud to have lived to see ; for theie needs not much further comment upon its general principles, to convince the whole world of th
March 30, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CROSSTHWAITE & CO.'S CCCULT LOZENGES, FOR the cure of COLDS and COUGHS, Influenza, Sore Mouths and Throats, Consumption, Asthma, Shortness

CROSSTHWAITE & CO.'S CCCULT LOZENGES, FOR the cure of COLDS and COUGHS, Influenza, Sore Mouths and Throats, Consumption, Asthma, Shortness

of Breath, Dispersion of Phlegm, Hoarseness, Wheezings, and all affections of the Chest and Lungs, and are an Infallible Remedy for the Hooping Cough. The Occult Lozenges are preventive and a destroyer of the incipient seeds of corrupt Consumption, and in confirmed Asthma or Chr
March 30, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MULREADDY'S COUGH ELIXIR. ONE dose is sufficient to convince the most scrupulous of the invaluable and unfailingefficacy of Mulrkaddy's Cough

MULREADDY'S COUGH ELIXIR. ONE dose is sufficient to convince the most scrupulous of the invaluable and unfailingefficacy of Mulrkaddy's Cough

Elixir,for thecure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Shortnessof Breath, Asthma, Difficulty of Breathing, Huskiness, and unpleasant Tickling in the Throat, Night Cough, with pain on the Chest,&c. Theparaiaountsuperiority of this medicine above every in use,for the cure of theabcveco
March 30, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DEARDEN'S MONTHLY MISCELLANY.

DEARDEN'S MONTHLY MISCELLANY.

The number this periodical for the present month is a great improvement the previous two, in point of variety, interest, and the talent displayed in the different articles which compose j't. The rose articles are all good, some of them excellent and the poetry is far above avera
March 9, 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
 

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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
 
POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE.

POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE.

1 Frankfort, Feb. 19—The Steabian Mercury j says, that case of need two more corps of the Prussian army, each of 35,000 men, will be called out, and by this means the army of that power on ; the Belgian frontier will be about 100,000 men. Tne Prussian fortresses on the Lower Rhi
March 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT CHARTIST MEETING.

GREAT CHARTIST MEETING.

wpwrtlF"" S tHe ChaTtiBts ' Placards i» eeds > Thursday calling upon the walls Peo Ple's Charter." moon, 3 people or ?° med previous, dance nw?th e K^.' ng that band of by the ht of the People would K Arms 'J 1 w'A 1 not' hollow piece udl uTth" 8 !, t0 0d u P on the the whole ev
March 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
authority B ' nh ' Marria B ' inserted witnout proper IWe are informed that the statement in our last

authority B ' nh ' Marria B ' inserted witnout proper IWe are informed that the statement in our last

week's obituary of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Booth, of liochdale, was not correct, no such event having taken place. The statement was made on the authority of correspondent, who must have been misinformed. We hope our correspondents will be cautious in these matters mis-state
March 2, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England