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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

stated that Government have re—lved on making great harbour of refuge at Dover to be commenced at an early period. The will of the late Dean of Lincoln has been proved by the personal property being sworn under £140,000. How characteristic of a bishop ! A landlord of Manchester
November 29, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
URE FOR SMOKY CHIMNIES.— SINGLETON and TENNANT, Ironmongers, 38, Briggate, Leeds, beg to call tbe Attention of the Public to

URE FOR SMOKY CHIMNIES.— SINGLETON and TENNANT, Ironmongers, 38, Briggate, Leeds, beg to call tbe Attention of the Public to

DAY'S PATENT WIND GUARD, which when fixed under the Superintendance of tbe Manufacturers, has proved a perfect Cure for this Nuisance. Abundant Testimonials as to efficacy can be given, upwards of 300 having been fixed in this Neighbourhood. On Hand, an elegant Assortment of CAM
November 29, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GBEAT FREE TRADE MEETING AT LEEDS. Y~\UALTFICATION MOVEMENT. —At a most numerous and respectable Meeting of Inhabitants of Leeds favourable

GBEAT FREE TRADE MEETING AT LEEDS. Y~\UALTFICATION MOVEMENT. —At a most numerous and respectable Meeting of Inhabitants of Leeds favourable

to Free Trade, held the Music Hall, on Tuesday Evening, the 25th Inst., JOHN DARNTON LUCCOCK, Esq., Mayor, in the Chair. It was Resolved, Moved by E. Haines, Jun., Esq.; Seconded by H. H. Stansfeld, Esq.; First—That whilst this Meeting is gratified at the success of the noble ef
November 29, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EEDS, YORK., AND MIDLAND TION RAILWAY.—Notice is Given, that Application intended to made to Parliament, in the ensuing Session, for

EEDS, YORK., AND MIDLAND TION RAILWAY.—Notice is Given, that Application intended to made to Parliament, in the ensuing Session, for

an Act Acts, for making and maintaining a Railway, with all necessary Stations, Sidings, Works, and other Conveniences connected therewith, commencing by a Junction with certain intended branch Railway, now course of formation, between the proposed Leeds and Bradford Railway, an
November 29, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Multiplication of Bibles.—Five Bibles minute for ten hours every day, except the Sabbath, —making three thousand per day,—have been sent

Multiplication of Bibles.—Five Bibles minute for ten hours every day, except the Sabbath, —making three thousand per day,—have been sent

out the past year by the British anu Foreign Bible Society, according to its last annual report. Trial by Jury.—The fifty-first anniversary of the acquittal of John Home Tooke, Thomas Hardy, and others, was celebrated at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, in London, on Wednesday last,
November 8, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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No Birth, Marriage, or Death inserted without proper authority. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, at Ileadingley, the Rev. "Williamson, Mr. Henry Wainman,

No Birth, Marriage, or Death inserted without proper authority. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, at Ileadingley, the Rev. "Williamson, Mr. Henry Wainman,

Hurley, to Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. George Crawshaw, Ileadingley. On Saturday, at the parish church, Leeds, Mr. Thomas Winskip Gardner, pattten ring maker, to Miss Margaret Hasting Lambert, both of Leeds. On Saturday, Mr. Joseph Spence, mechanic, Leeds, to Mrs- Eliza Halstead,
November 8, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOPS.—BOROUGH, Monday, Oct. 27.

HOPS.—BOROUGH, Monday, Oct. 27.

There has been firm market for Hops, and the duty is eati" mated at about £165,000. WORCESTER, (Saturday last).—Our lownew hops still hang on hand although offered at a considerable reduction price, while fine and good samples are in great request, and eagerly purchased at last
November 1, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNSLEY.

BARNSLEY.

Cocbt House, Wednesday, Oct. 29—Before J. S. Stanhope, W. B. Martin, G. Wentworth, and J. Thornley, Esqs. —Geo. Heppenstall and Thos. Bayldon were fined ss. and costs for riding without reins.—Thos. Bower was fined 10s. and costs for the same offence.—David Musgrave, John Marrio
November 1, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS AND THIRSK RAILWAY.

LEEDS AND THIRSK RAILWAY.

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE COMPANY. \ On Monday last, at noon, a special general meeting of the Leeds and Thirsk Railway Company tvas held their offices, No. 5, Sooth Parade, Leeds, for the following purposes fist. To affix the common seal of the company to the register of s
November 1, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Health of Towns Association.—We understand tbat the committee of our Health of Towns Association have invited James Simpson, Esq., advocate,

Health of Towns Association.—We understand tbat the committee of our Health of Towns Association have invited James Simpson, Esq., advocate,

of Edinburgh, to deliver an address to the- working men of Manchester, showing the causes of the insalubrity under which they are suffering, and the most efficient means of their removal.—Manchester Guardian. The Emperor of Russia is stated, in letter from St. Petersburgh, to be
November 1, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England