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YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

The Spring Assise*'for this County «mimenc«H||jXork Saturday last. Mr. Justice Coltman and WgLunan arrived in the of that day. The Sheriff of the 11 amTsryatTCook eJ Bart., was prevented hy indisposition from being present the opening iawlev, of Sheriffs tosua! "description rece
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NISI PRIUS COURT.

NISI PRIUS COURT.

-i &£i£-l .tl (Before Justice . ... fo/theteh^.;;.;."!...,;, T;' ,r.The DlaintifLMr, Johp.,.toe,°mvqddj,is'a">\lf6lesale wiiie' merchant] Mr.' and I^^SisfeSS Wainhouse, his som.were.the defendants." The - public house at Teen Pits, near Halifax, and Mb* latter the-em ' arid. mon
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS SHARE MARKET.

LEEDS SHARE MARKET.

March 8, M RAILWAYS. ■fcSJs £. 9500 100 Birmingham and Gloucester ...100 132 10000 25 Do. issued at £7$ dis.(Scrip) 32 $ 15000 100 Bristol and Exeter 70" 82 42000 50 Chester and Holyhead 5 7$ 64000 25 Eastern Counties 18000 50 Edinburgh and Glasgow ... 50 18000 12$ Do. Quarter S
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS OF THURSDAY.

LONDON MARKETS OF THURSDAY.

Smithfield.—Coarse Meadow Hay, £3 Bs. to £4 Bs.; useful ditto, £4 10s. to £4 18s.; fine Upland ditto, 0s to £5 35.; Clover Hay, £4 Bs. to 165.; Oat Straw, £1 16s. to £1 18s.; Wheat Straw, 18s. to £2 os. per load. moderate supply, and heavy demand. 1 : . £
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN EXCHANGE (Friday).

WAKEFIELD CORN EXCHANGE (Friday).

The arrivals this week of all descriptions of Grain have been moderate. A fair business has been doing in Wheat at full prices. Barley dull sale, and may be quoted a shade lower. In Beans, Oats and Shelling, no alteration can be noted. ARRIVALS DURING THE WEEK. Wheat. Barley. Be
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORN AVERAGES.

CORN AVERAGES.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN For the week ended March 8, 1845, made up from the Returns of the Inspectors the different cities and towns in England and Wales, per imperial quarter. Wheat ..455. Od. I Oats ... 21s. 7d. 1 Beans ... 345. Bd. Barley ...325. 2d. Rye ... 30s
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
No Birth, Marriage, or Death inserted without proper authority. MARRIAGES. On Monday, at Lady Lane Chapel, Leeds, the Rev Joseph

No Birth, Marriage, or Death inserted without proper authority. MARRIAGES. On Monday, at Lady Lane Chapel, Leeds, the Rev Joseph

Saul, Mr. Benjamin Wilson, tailor, to Miss Sarah Gale, both of Leeds. On Monday, at Rehoboth Chapel, Park Lane, Leeds, by the Rev. Thomas Bennett, Mr. Leonard Sedgwick, bookkeeper, Geldard Road, Morley, to Mrs. Esther Mary Wood, of Hunslet Lane, Leeds. On Wednesday, at Lady Lane
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CARD. YOUNG & Co., STOCK AND J 3, BOND STREET, LEEDS. A~C A R D - SHAW & DOBSON, Abchitect

CARD. YOUNG & Co., STOCK AND J 3, BOND STREET, LEEDS. A~C A R D - SHAW & DOBSON, Abchitect

Offices, No. 19, Park Row, Leeds. —p THOMAS WATER, Stock and Share Broker, Offices, 59, Albion Street,, Leeds. AHINDES, Stock and Shake Broker, Leeds.—Office, Boar Lane. A CARD. BENJAMIN WHALLEY & Co., STOCK ' A SHARE BROKERS, 173, Wellington Street. _B. Whalley begs to inform b
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FAMILIES FURNISHING.—NEW CARPET WAREHOUSE. ". WALLER and RICHARDSON have now on Hand the largest and cheapest STOCK of BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTER,

FAMILIES FURNISHING.—NEW CARPET WAREHOUSE. ". WALLER and RICHARDSON have now on Hand the largest and cheapest STOCK of BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTER,

and SCOTCH CARPETS in the Trade, consisting of every New Production, both for Dining and Drawing Rooms, DRUGGETS, RUGS, DAMASKS, MOREENS, FRINGES, OIL and FLOOR CLOTHS, to any Dimensions. BRIGGATE, LOBEDS. 52 & 53, BRIGGATE, CORNER OF COMMERCIAL STREET. W SMEETON begs again to t
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OPENING OF THE NEW BUFFALO HALL, SPREAD EAGLE INN, HUDDERSFIELD. THE MEMBERS of the ROYAL ALBJON, No. 1, RESIDENT SOCIETY

OPENING OF THE NEW BUFFALO HALL, SPREAD EAGLE INN, HUDDERSFIELD. THE MEMBERS of the ROYAL ALBJON, No. 1, RESIDENT SOCIETY

OF BUFFALOES, intend opening their New Hall oh Thursday Evening, March 20th, 1845, with GRAND PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL, For which Occasion MOORE'S celebrated QUADRILLE BAND IS ENGAGED. Member's Tickets to admit Lady and Gentleman, ... ss. Non-Members Do. Do. 6s. {Including Rtf
March 15, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England