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A CONVICTS EXPERIENCE.—EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

A CONVICTS EXPERIENCE.—EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

A CONVICTS EXPERIENCE.-EXTRAWORDI- INTARY CASE. At the Croydon assizes, on Tuesday, 1before Mr. s paeron P'igott, L mantl named Jarvis, descrilicd ats forty- ca fluce yceus of aigo, was indicted for feloniously stabbing sis aid wolluldill olle 1Williami Mose, with ?? to merder of
August 3, 1865 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

f1.i,s ihetgnip/l.) HOUSE OF LORDS, YESTEIDAY. The Jlord Chancellor took his seat upon thc woolsack at five o'clock. TIIE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN. III alswer to thle EXul of SMUIAT1EStsUvY, 'lbhc Earl of Dl.IIBY stated that the Goverrmexut had in piep;rxatioen a bill to brimn the wo
July 14, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EDUCATION AND LABOUR IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.

EDUCATION AND LABOUR IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.

EDUCATION AD LABOUR IN THE SOUTHERN STATES_. Major-General Fiske writes from Nashville:- " The Southern people, as a mass, regard with disfavour all efforts on the part of Northern societies to establish educational or religious missions in the South; but they at the same regard
July 14, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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July 14, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

AN Notices of Marrioeps or Deaths seot from a distance must be authenticated by the signature of one of our Apents, or by that of a kuoweu correspuodsnt; tlhroe 7,f at the office, by the sender. Tho rords " No Cards," or ans addition to the simple aaneoucement of s Mlariagoe or D
January 26, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

LOCAL AND GENERAL.

LEEDS, JANUARY 26, 1866. TnE UJNITED MEroIDIsT F1cEE COruRar-01n Wednesday niglit a public meeting was hold its Lady-lane Chapol, Leeds, to promote the financial and spiritual interests of the church connected with that place of wor- ship, advantage being taken of the presence i
January 26, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TRIAL OF MR. G. W. GORDON.

THE TRIAL OF MR. G. W. GORDON.

T]I E TRIAL OF MR. Q. W. QORDOX. What appears to be an official teport of this trial l. has been published. It agl5es in all essential particulars i with theo unofficial rew'%t which we published yesterday, id.il coiniludesc, 10t1lloWS: "t'h 0rs-rt havinlg heard the prisoner's de
January 26, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL AND GENERAL.

LOCAL AND GENERAL.

LEEDS, MfARlCH 12, 18 6. LoCAL BILL IN PARLIAbrT.-TIn the House of Commons on Friday, the Bradford, Eccloshill, and Idle Railway Bill was read a third time and passed. PETITIONS.-In the House of Commons, on Friday, petitions wore presented by Lard F. Cavendish, from eighley, pra
March 12, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CONDITION OF SPAIN.

THE CONDITION OF SPAIN.

THE COWDITION OF SPAIN. A Madrid letter in the Daily Telegraph says:- Those who have followed my description of the Escorial minst be told that for very many paragraphs I have been keeping them with one foot in the grave. Yes, we have been on the brink of the tomb-a kingdom's dus
March 12, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE usual New Year's Day reception of the Diplomatic Corps took place yesterday at the Tuileries,

THE usual New Year's Day reception of the Diplomatic Corps took place yesterday at the Tuileries,

THE LEEDS MERCURY. TilE usual New Year's Day reception of the Diplomatic Corps took place yesterday at the Tuilcrie, but the proceedings do not seem to have possessed any Pc political importance. eq THEnE are various signs that France and su Austrip are becoming cordial intheirre
January 2, 1866 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England