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PROGRESS OF RAILWAY BILLS.

PROGRESS OF RAILWAY BILLS.

HOUSE OF LOHDS. I.kkds Thirsk June 20.—8i1l passed tbe Standing Orders ' Committee without opposition. Shkffield and R. thkkham—June 20.—8i1l passed the Stand! ing Orders Committee without opposition. Bundsk and Pkrth, (North Link.)— June 24.—Preamble proved. Aberdeen Railway.—J
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

MONDAY, June 23. In answer to a question fiom the Marquis of Londonderry, Lord STANLEY said that the Government would press forward the Irish Landlord and Tenant Bill; but after the second reading he would move that it should be referred to a select committee. In reply to questi
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF & DUMB.

YORKSHIRE INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF & DUMB.

Yesterday week, the sixteenth annual meeting of the subscribers and friends of this charity was held at the institution, Doncaster ; the Rev. A. Bland Wrightson the chair. After tbe report of the committee and the statement of the finances bad been read by the Rev. W C. Fenton,
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
An Eastern Tragedy.—A disastrous and singular tragedy took place the beginning the present month at Constantinople, board a steamer from

An Eastern Tragedy.—A disastrous and singular tragedy took place the beginning the present month at Constantinople, board a steamer from

mcl. Two dervishes—a class usually of mad fanatics—were among the dock passengers, and while sitting together, under the influence of opium, counting their beads and muttiring prajers, one of them suddenly diew his pistol and shot a Greek who was pas-ing by. An Armenian who ther
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWLY ESTABLISHED REPOSITORY OF LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS, 42, BOARLV'fENTEMAN «!. SONS beg respectfully to announce to the Nobility,

NEWLY ESTABLISHED REPOSITORY OF LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS, 42, BOARLV'fENTEMAN «!. SONS beg respectfully to announce to the Nobility,

Gentry, Clergy, Sxc., that they have OPENED the Commodious and Eligible Premises, 42, Boar Lank, Leeds, nearly mmosite the White Horse Hotel, (in Connection with their Old p.tMhlished Depot, 13, Duncan Street.) and have now Reaoy for Insoeotion, a VALUABLE COLLECTION of MISCELLA
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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TO SHAREBROKERS.—This Day is published, price 3s. fid. in roan, printed on Metallic Paper, the writing on which is indelible,

TO SHAREBROKERS.—This Day is published, price 3s. fid. in roan, printed on Metallic Paper, the writing on which is indelible,

THE SHAREBROKER"S POCKET MEMORANDUM BOOK. Leeds : Slocomre A ; of whom had the various Books, Ac, required by Sharebrokers, from the most approved Forms of London, Liverpool, and Manchester. ENVELOPES. SuperfiDe ENVELOPES, Large Sizes 6s. 6d. per 1000. Superfine Envelopes, 6mall
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TION RAILWAY.-All Persons holding SCRIP CERTIFICATES for New (Brandling) Shares the Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway Company, q ueßte^' o

TION RAILWAY.-All Persons holding SCRIP CERTIFICATES for New (Brandling) Shares the Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway Company, q ueßte^' o

' * same to the Secretary, York on or before Monday Day of July next, with their Names, Professions, and R««dence distinctly written, order that the same may be correctly entered the Register of the Company. Shareholders to whom Scrip has not been issued, will be duly registered
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRISTOL & SOUTH WALES JUNCTION railway, extension line of about miles, from the NEW PASSAGE MONMOUTH, from whence Lines are

BRISTOL & SOUTH WALES JUNCTION railway, extension line of about miles, from the NEW PASSAGE MONMOUTH, from whence Lines are

about to be made to ROSS, HEREFORD, LUDLOW, SHREWSBURY, CHESTER, LIVERPOOL. Reoistbrbd. CAPITAL £250,000, 10,000 Shares of £26 each. Deposit £2 per Share. provisional directors James Gibbs, Esq. Chairman, Director of the Bristol and Exeter, and the South Devon Railways Richard l
June 28, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON, FRIDAY MORNING. London Money Market, Thursday.—This being the grand day Ascot, great number of the most influential members of the Stock Exchange are absent, and very little business has been done in the Public Securities, or in other branches 'of City trade. We quote Co
June 14, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Register! Register! Register! On or before the 20th instant, the Overseers ef the Poor will publish notices to all parties having the right to be placed on the County Register, requiring them to send in their claims on or before the 20th of July, that their names may be put upon
June 21, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England