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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. The Emperor and the Empress have been making tour in the north of Prance. At Arras, Douai, Valenciennes, Lisle, Roubaix, Tourcoing, Dunkirk, Calais, Boulogne, and, in fact, through every town they passed, their Majesties were received with unbounded enthusiasm. expense a
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

W.s letter, and several other communications, which did not reach us till yesterday (Friday) afternoon, are unavoidably postponed. Wo shall be glad to receive tbe correspondence of " Delta."
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS TOWN HALL.

LEEDS TOWN HALL.

The Town Council, yesterday, (Friday), after discussine the question for upwards of five hours, determined by a majority 27 to 20, that a tower shall not be added to the new Town Hall.
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHOLERA.

THE CHOLERA.

We are glad say that the cholera has not become general in any other towns than Newcastle and Gateshead, and further to rejoice to say that in those towns tbe disease is gradually declining. The deaths have been reduced from 100 a-day to at Newcastle, and in a like proportion at
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

\ " 1 "lectin,; of the Town Council wm in the council r««tenl»y, to amongst other matter, the propriety adding a tower to the design for the Town Hall' * , "« »**J '"to effect the ■"T i. Ad. The meeting called for I ' (Jo °- Sh «- *•■.> ».^J'" °. ! u '' ufH>n lh * terminate the
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL AT GREENOCK.

LORD JOHN RUSSELL AT GREENOCK.

There is scarcely any occupation so congenial to t»trte of the ministerial leader of the House of Commons as that of addressing a number of admiring partizans in his own terms, andsoundingthe trumpet of the " Great Whig Party" after his own fashion. Writing the life of Fox and e
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Militia and Friendly Societies.—We have heard that some instances, men who have been serving in the militia have been

The Militia and Friendly Societies.—We have heard that some instances, men who have been serving in the militia have been

expelled their sjcietics, and we presume it has been carried to considerable extent in many counties, for Mr. Tidd Pratt has deemed it necessary to issue circulars to the effect, that one wbo has been expelled under such cucumstances may not only demand to reinstated, but that h
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ASTRONOMY.

ASTRONOMY.

fourteen minutes to four in the morning of i Saturday last, the season of summer finished and autumn comnenced. On November 30 there will be a total eclipse of the sun, risible in Oceania, South America, Brazil, Ac. Several savans have aken their departure for Honolulu, the capi
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVE AND LET LIVE, Bow Drawn at How otten, in this cold and Litter world. Is the warm heart thrown

LIVE AND LET LIVE, Bow Drawn at How otten, in this cold and Litter world. Is the warm heart thrown

back upon itself! Cold, careless are of one another's wants ; We wrap ourselves sullen hkltisiinsss.—L. E. There are, no doubt, many people in the world who live finesse, and whose existence is maintained at the cost of others. With these have nothing to do. The law when it catc
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADWALTON.

ADWALTON.

Leakage Meeting.—A meeting of the ratepayers of the township of Drighlington was beld at the house of Mr. H. Hellewcll's, the White Hart Inn, Adwalton, six o'clock in the evening, for the purpose of allowing the leakages in the last poor rate. Cholera.—ln consequence of the reap
October 1, 1853 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England