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-DRADFORD MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. 1 t O aov S. JULLIEN will give a GRAND CONCERT, at R the zbove l'lace, on Saturda t, October Third, 184. Doors open tlalf-past Seven, Concert to commence at FHight o'Clock. Front Seats 3s.; flack Seats 23.; Gallery is. Gd. It MR. JIENDALL'S VISIT
September 26, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MERCURY.

THE MERCURY.

TH I E X E RC, RY U R -Y- _- --II l~ l 4I II I i I -I to I to I. Ft' .0 it) VE It A I I I it Il ?? f1 :1 Y.r le |)OOMI OF TLjE COlN LA.WS. L OltD ASHLEY-I~hltRT l---T1iE LEAGUE. w we may judge at all from premon itos-y symptoms, the doom of tho Corn Laws is sEcaled. Lord AssivInI
October 25, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT PROJECT OF THE UNITED RAILWAY STATION.

GREAT PROJECT OF THE UNITED RAILWAY STATION.

GREAT PROJECT OFT 'IHE UNITED [UAILWAY STATION. TiO TIIE Eiit'Oli 3 ) TIlE Il.EDSi I tRY. (rgal'hLjEMEN--T IllgIlly approve of the observations atitj stirgestiores of Afro idr in anur lt, on!l ?? ?? t, auld I re crot he ti lts rit extl'ndod his vie.vs in the samt.'e dhirt.- tion
October 25, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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YORKSHIRE HUSSAR BALL. T3 HE ANNUAL BALL of the Leeds Squtadron will take place at the AMt[,SC H ALL, oa Titesdar). the Nixftenth of Jauzl r, 1844. under the Patronage of lElUT. COL. BECKIETT, M.P., and the OlFICEllS of the Regiment. 8. d. Tickets (not transferablel for Lady and
December 30, 1843 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. COUNCILLOR WHITE AND HIS SCHEME FOR SAVING £1,205 10s. 9d.

MR. COUNCILLOR WHITE AND HIS SCHEME FOR SAVING £1,205 10s. 9d.

. VUI Oilnv 1iT 5,-zu AUS. UO. BY THE REDUCTION OF THE LEEDS POLICE. We have received the following remarks from a gentleman not now a member of the Corporation, but whose experience well qualifies him to give an opinion on the important question lie dis- cusses: and we believe
December 30, 1843 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE,

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE,

.| [FROM OUR LONDON CoRRnESPONDENT.] no City, Thursday Evelsdi. an It is very satisfactory to find, the Easter holidays having an Concluded, that the anticipations of an increased demand for mst nil desecriptions of produce, colonial as well as foreign, have been fisly ge support
April 18, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FANATICISM AT BIRMINGHAM.

FANATICISM AT BIRMINGHAM.

FANATICISM Al' BIRMINGHAM. * the follow- pri We copy from the Oforningq C'A onoie th _Pam sacS ing account of recent scenes is ]Birmingham, which, if jnt On correctly reported by the correspondent of that paper, are jsr, ate much to be regretted, as calccalated to cast ridicule o
April 18, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DOMESTIC NEWS.

DOMESTIC NEWS.

Sir W. Molesworth, Bart., M.P., and Lady Moles- worth, have arrived in LDwnde'r-square, for the season, from their seat, Pencarrow, Cornwall. PRINCE ALBERT.-One of the most delightful incidents of the Free-trade speech of Sir Robert Peel, was the marked attention that was paid t
January 31, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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A Z - A- ?? PUBLiC are -respectfully zs InformDed. tbat it is Intended to bold, a BAZAAR for the PI Beneidt oft -M ?? CIIAPsVL, i.osxtr Eadttr l 7M10ndaICy afld. 'iLlGI~aYS t0E and.e ffie (if April. in the tl The Doors vil1 be oper -etneb DRY frorn Eleven'.rn. till-six pin.; andi
April 6, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

INDIA AND CHINA. The intelligence brought by this mail from She East is of a the most satisfactory character. Peace and tranquillity prevailed A throughout the wlole of the British possessions In India. The affairs of Gw.alior bad been finally arranged to thel satisfaction of th
April 6, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England