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HB. LEGG, 87, Bkiggate, Leeds, invites attention to his New Stock of FANCY TROUSERINGS • and VESTINGS, suitable for the

HB. LEGG, 87, Bkiggate, Leeds, invites attention to his New Stock of FANCY TROUSERINGS • and VESTINGS, suitable for the

Spring Trade ; also, to his Fast-coloured BLACK CLOTHS AND DOESKINS. TEN THOUSAND YARDS OF NEW DRESS SILKS to select frS with all the NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON, and at Prices varying from Ten to Twenty-five per Cent. LESS THAN LAST YEAR. PEACOCK AND CO., 67 and 68, BRIGGATE, LEEDS
June 5, 1858 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WEDDING VESTS of the highest class. .PARISIAN DRESSING GOWNS in beautiful taste. *ho

WEDDING VESTS of the highest class. .PARISIAN DRESSING GOWNS in beautiful taste. *ho

». ai Intvrb, .Military and General Tailor, 32, Briggate, Leeds. MOURNING CARDS, &c, at GOODALL'S PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, 169, Woodhouse-lank, wrner of Wade-street. I^HOMA S HARRISON, Peruke Maker, llair Cutter and Perfumer, 15, Lowkkhead-row, Leeds. A choice stock nf Combs and S
March 11, 1854 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOME CULTIVATION OF FLAX.

HOME CULTIVATION OF FLAX.

In this district, in the northern counties of Ireland, and other parts of the United Kingdom, the practicability of producing a supply of flax and hemp, adequate at least to home consumption, has become a question of great interest and importance. We have previously stated the o
September 9, 1854 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WOOLLEN AND OTHER MARKETS.

WOOLLEN AND OTHER MARKETS.

LEEDS CLOTH MARKETS. —There has been no change of any importance in the state of the woollen markets this week. A fair steady business has been done in the Cloth Halls. There has been a good seasonable trade done in the warehouses, and prices well supported. BKADFORD MARKET, Sep
September 9, 1854 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FUTURE EMPRESS OF THE FRENCH.

THE FUTURE EMPRESS OF THE FRENCH.

Louis Napoleon has laid aside all idea of hunting after princesses, and has determined to raise to the Imperial throne a young lady whose principal qualifications are her beauty and the admiration with which she has inspired his Majesty in the course of a personal acquaintance o
January 22, 1853 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON, Friday. The French Tariff.—The Sun's city article says that tho Government of Louis Napoleon is expected to take an early step towards the abrogation of the duties which caused many of the raw materials used in the principal French fabrics to be en
January 22, 1853 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROYAL BRITISH BANK.

ROYAL BRITISH BANK.

Mr. Linklater, solicitor to the petitioning creditors in the case of the Royal British Bank, applied to his Honour in the Court of Bankruptcyon Eriday, in consequence of the messenger of the Bankruptcy Court and his assistants having been forcibly ejected from the offices of the
October 11, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD.

WAKEFIELD.

Sheep Worrying by Dogs.—During tne night of yesterday week a flock of sheep belonging to a cattle dealer, which were pasturing in a field belonging to Mr. Haldane, near Stanley Hall, were savagely attacked by dogs, and four of the number worried in a shocking manner. During the
October 11, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON WOOL SALES.

LONDON WOOL SALES.

(From our own Correspondent.) London, July # The colonial wool sales, which day fortnight, progress with great steadiness. siderable purchases have been made for foreign Ox. fine Sydney's, Port Philip's, Van Diemen's, an which have very much supported the market' _y? dealers, an
August 2, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

The Canada arrived in the Mersey on Sunday, with advices from Boston to the 16th, and from Halifax to the 18th. In the House of Representatives, the propriety of expelling Mr. Brooks for his attack on Senator Sumner had been debated. Mr. Brooks had anticipated the action of tht
August 2, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England