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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, KEBRrARY 14, 1840. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. Feb. 13— THOMAS AGUTTEH, of Mill lane, in the parish of Saint Paul, Deptford. in the county . f Kent, fillmonger, d c. Feb. 14— THOMAS CARTKK, of (."lenjisidc. and of Alderman- bury, both in the city of London
February 22, 1840 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

London, Thursday Evening. The Duke of "Wellington-. — We are happy to state that the recovery of his Grace is progressive. We cherish the hope that the Duke of Wellington will, in a few days, be in the active exercise of thoae virtues which have heretofore" enabled him, as a sta
February 22, 1840 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YESTERDAYS WAKEFIELD CORN.MARKET, Feb. 2L

YESTERDAYS WAKEFIELD CORN.MARKET, Feb. 2L

YESTERDAYS WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, Feb. 2L The arrivals of Whaat are moderate, the millers buy steadily. and last week's prices are freely paid. The best malting Barley is I Is per qr. Outs and Shelling steady. Beans again rather dearer. ; Per Qiuirlero/ 8 BuilieU of IW> ,. ,*-r B
February 22, 1840 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
State Ball.—The Lord Chamberlain caused cards to be issued on Saturday last for state ball, on Monday, the 19th of

State Ball.—The Lord Chamberlain caused cards to be issued on Saturday last for state ball, on Monday, the 19th of

next month, at St. James's Palace. Leominster Election—The election for this borough took place on Saturday last. The Conservative candidate was H. Barkley, Esq. candidate, on the Liberal interest, also appeared, in the person of Mr. O. H. W halley, a barrister and member of the
May 3, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Wednesday, April 30.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Wednesday, April 30.

{Sittings in Banco.) PUDSEY MILL CASE. Lord Chief Justice Tindal, at the sitting of the Court this morning, delivered judgment the following case BAXTER V. NEWMAN. In this case there were 37 persons who claimed tbe right of voting for the West Riding of the county of York, respe
May 3, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MOTHER'S GRAVE. Oh 1 revered the grave where thy ashes repose, And calm tin t-.viligh: that beams on thy bed

MOTHER'S GRAVE. Oh 1 revered the grave where thy ashes repose, And calm tin t-.viligh: that beams on thy bed

: May the iphyra waft gently the last fading rose, Which b iws down in sorrow and droops o"er thy head. The other fair flowers which fondly 1 cherished, Have withered, and left thee, lone beauty, to dwell; cheer the drear scene where lately thej flourished, Like a sunbeam that l
February 8, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

FROM FRIDAY'S GAZETTE, Nov. 3, 1848. BANKRUPTS. BEN I) A Gabriel, Camomile street, city, importer of foreign goods, sur. Nov. 17, at 2, Dec. 10, at half-past 11, at the Bankrupts' Court. Sol Mr Spver, Broad street buildings ; official assignee, Carman, Birchin lane. Fiat dated O
November 11, 1848 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

T.EF.ns Philosophical ami Literaet Society.- On Fridr.v, Oct. Xi, tire first meeting of tlie '21st si ssion wiil lie held, "when a paper will lie read Ivy the president, Dr. Hunter, "Oa the British Universities." Church Missionary Society. — A quarterly meeting of the collectors
October 10, 1840 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROPAGATION of the GOSPEL is FOREIGN PARTS

PROPAGATION of the GOSPEL is FOREIGN PARTS

On Saturday last, a large and influential public meeting of the friends and supporters of the Ripon Diocesan Com- mittee of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, was held at the Town Hall, Ripon, which was crowded in every part, and attended by many of
October 10, 1840 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

The note frcm Odhall came too late tv produce the dosircJ effect We are compelled to be prompt in our operations. As the statement contained iv ihe letter sent to us about the report of the cause "Kay r. Kelsey" does not affect the statements already made, it is needle-* to publ
October 10, 1840 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England