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Produce Markets.

Produce Markets.

LONDON, Jan. 21).— Sugar: The market opened to-day with a I very dull appearance ; and although the importers Submitted to a decline of is., yet it did not induce buyers to purchase more than their immediate wants required. 240 hhds. only of West India sold, as nearly all that w
February 2, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
—= -1 SURE CURE. LAMBERT'S ASTHMATIC BALSAM is trul; efficacious and pleasant, without confining the bowels o affecting the head.

—= -1 SURE CURE. LAMBERT'S ASTHMATIC BALSAM is trul; efficacious and pleasant, without confining the bowels o affecting the head.

A few of the many thousand testimonials of Cures of ASTHMA CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, SHORTNESS of BREATH and all Disorders of the CHEST and LUNGS, by. taking LAMBERTS ASTHMATIC BALSAM. Sufferers from Asthma, of however long standing, or those whi are prevented from even lying
February 2, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
public Notices. A _JJ_LENFIELD PATENT STARCH, used in the | Royal Laundry, and pronounced by Her Majesty's Laundress i to

public Notices. A _JJ_LENFIELD PATENT STARCH, used in the | Royal Laundry, and pronounced by Her Majesty's Laundress i to

re the finest Starch she ever used. Sold by all Chandlers, Growers, &c, dtc. MVRTn eastern ItAILWAY.—NOTICE is MEETI V<f by , f 1 HALF-YEARLY GENERAL in the City of York, on Friday, the 22nd day of Feb. 1856, at 1 twelve o'clock at noon. And such meeting is also speciaUy convene
February 2, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Considerable alarm has been excited by t" e apparent deficit in the national accounts for the p*£ We last week quoted an influential contemporary 1 j to show that any apprehsnsion on this point was » for, and arose from a misconception of the mode i° | the accounts are made up.
February 16, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Saturday, February 9th, 1856, Midland Railway.—The clerks iv the goods' apartment at Hunslet-lane station, along with the carting en ys, supped together at the Griffin Hotel on Saturday st ®. nin g- The supper was served up in Mr. Riley's best y , e > gave great satisfaction. Th
February 9, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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PEACE WITH RUSSIA—WAR WITH AMERICA.

PEACE WITH RUSSIA—WAR WITH AMERICA.

Peace with Russia appears nearer—War with America more probable. Troubles never come alone. Peace—if not on satisfactory terms, stUl peace with Russia —the plenipotentiaries, who are to meet at Paris in a few days and go into conference, it it is expected will arrange; but it is
February 9, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Messrs. Routledgk and Co. s Cheap re-Pcbiication of Sip E. B. Lytton's Novels has been ■•rought to a successiul termination—" Zanoni," the last of this edition, having been just issued. We congratulate Messrs. Routledge on the success of this most spirited of modern publishing s
February 9, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Woollen and other Markets.

Woollen and other Markets.

LEEDS CLOTH MARKETS.—There is no material change \t the state of the woollen cloth trade since our last. Both a day and Tuesday's markets were of about an average The demand on Tuesday in the White Cloth Hall was brisker tWa on the corresponding day ofthe previous week. Wools ar
February 9, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Business Sutjusses. _ PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT'S.—Mons. b B U7ME tenders Ids best thanks for the extensive patronage tl given to him

Business Sutjusses. _ PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT'S.—Mons. b B U7ME tenders Ids best thanks for the extensive patronage tl given to him

since he opened his Portrait Rooms in Boar-lane and respectfully announces that he purposes removing m a short tune to another town.—Leeds, Feb. Bth. l < MR. JULIEN GOLDSTERN, Academ-Artist 11 and Hydro-Magnetic Doctor, 77, Cobourg-street, Leeds, n cures without Medicme, and Tea
February 9, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PUDSEY.

PUDSEY.

Agitation for Increased Railway Accommodation —A meeting was held on Monday evening, at the Marsh Inn, Pudsey, to discuss the want of railway accommodation for this populous neighbourhood, and a deputation was appointed to wait upon the directors of the Leeds, Bradford, and Hali
February 23, 1856 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England