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CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

_ ..T 111 1 s A _-1- '20 9 _ EAs9NioWOLD, Fl'riday.-Red wheat 38s. to 443., white I do. 4d to 47s., grindinga barley 2i. to 30e., snaltnn0 do. 32s. to Uts., oats lIN. to ?? beans 44s. to 4is., u and maizo 3ie. pcr qr. The corn trade is still dull, and A the wheat shown was in mo
November 10, 1883 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE announcement of the resignation of Sir Auckland Colvin, as English Controller-General in

THE announcement of the resignation of Sir Auckland Colvin, as English Controller-General in

THE LEEDS MERCURY. ?? SATUBD2 Y, January 13th, 1883. THE announcement of the resignation of Sir Auckland Colvin as Bnglish Controller-General in - ~~ - ~11- i,~ ,i s, ?? ve.serdav. The Auciciaua oviYn, itn"± , , , -- Egypt, appeared in the Ojfifai 1ouTrna1 yesterday. The a, Khedi
January 13, 1883 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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THE VERY LARGE INCREASE I" R.- ARCIJIBALD RAMSDEN'S BUL-INES j~j A~C~I~ALDF LATE I8 DUE TO THIL FACT TILtT IN ADDITION TO SUPPLYIN-G PIANOFORTFS OF TIE VERY BEiT MANUFACTURE TO THlE WE ALT.1Y 'CLASSES. HE MAS LAID HIMI-.ELF OUT TO SUPPLY TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC of SUPERIOR and ME1S
January 13, 1883 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POLITICS AND SOCIETY.

POLITICS AND SOCIETY.

POLITICS AND SOCIET1. Id SLEEDS, Thursday, October 2nd. The reception given Yesterday to the Duke and a Duchess of Edinburgh on their visit to Hull could no, W fail to be maost gratifying to their Royal Highuesses. re The loyalty of the people was abundantly manifested, iyand the
October 2, 1884 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS BANQUET TO LORD RIPON.

THE LEEDS BANQUET TO LORD RIPON.

|.THE LEEDS BANQUET TO LORD RiPON. it t Mr. Wemyss Reid, one of the honorary secretaries of the Leeds Liberal Club, has received the following letter from the MIarquis of Ripon -with reference to the ,banquet 8 which is to be given-by the members of the club in Lord o Itipon's ho
December 5, 1884 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION AT SHEFFIELD.

THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION AT SHEFFIELD.

I TE CONGREGATIONAL UNION 1 i AT SHEFFIELD. I ADES Y TIHE REV. G. A. SHAW. 'friorty-foul th autumnal meeting of thie Congregic- yic l jaoca oi Eutiaticd and Wales Was continued Re. )r. Fairhaccra, -Principal of Airediale Cotleee) I i.Tho 10CdV 04 tee hail was occunied by the aaud
October 11, 1883 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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TO-.ORROW8P WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT h LEEDS XERCURY, th addikon to the usual LITEARAI FEATURES and the HOME and FOREIGN NEWS. of the , WEEK, will contain SPECIAL ARTICLES andt . SKETCHES, as under:- - ,, THEE NIGHTINGALE: r u Ar Occasional Pa~per. .: BEYOND THE PRAIRIES: Y In "Wandaeri
June 20, 1884 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AN ALLEGED WEST END GAMBLING CLUB.

AN ALLEGED WEST END GAMBLING CLUB.

, At ALLEGED WEST END GAMBLING CLUB. APPLICATION AT BOW-STREET. 01 5 At Bow-street yesterday, Mr. Sz. JoiN WoaeTNer ti . attended before Sir JAtES INGRAM and made an applica- b. 3, tion under the Gaming Acts, 8 and 9 Victoria, cap. 109, be 0 and 17 and IS Victoria, cap. 38. Mr. W
January 18, 1884 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DESTRUCTION OF A REFORMATORY SHIP BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION OF A REFORMATORY SHIP BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION OF A REFORMATORY SHIP I BY FIEE; SUPPOSED INCENDIARISM. L Some excitement was caused in Liverpool last evening lo by the report that the reformatory ship Clarence, moored in the Mersey off Rock Ferry, was on lire. The report Be proved to be well founded. About five o'
January 18, 1884 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FRENCH AT TAMATAVE.

THE FRENCH AT TAMATAVE.

THE FRENCH AT TAIUATAVE. I _ . A 1-- - - 11_ ?? ?? so The special correspondent of the Standard, -writing from Tamatave on the 21st JunIe, ?? still continue under a state of sieae and martial law, and each day the situa- n tiou beegmee more serious anud crit~cal. The otherday the
August 11, 1883 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England