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THE WEST RIDING MAGISTRATES AND THE DIVISION OF THE WEST RIDING.

THE WEST RIDING MAGISTRATES AND THE DIVISION OF THE WEST RIDING.

- THE WEST RIDING MAGISTRATESA ai |AND THE j DIVISION OF THE WEST RIDING. r . _ Yesterday, a meeting of West Riding Magistrates 7.was held at the Court-house, Wakefield, in 1pur31uace0o Of a, at h~ cireular issued by the authority of the Him. Edwin Laecalles, tc I chairman of the
March 24, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

IL If~lTnt-ia,3lg .. iN On Thursday last, at vron Stone churnh, by the Rev. W. Mallineon, Incumbent, Mr. JAUBS SBAOtLETON PARKoErin, cotton manufacturer, Y Burraley, to Mins Bautau ANN SUTOLIYYS, uf Stoodly, House. near IA Todmorden. N Same day, at ERat-parade chapel, Leedp, by t
March 24, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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TIFEI)S TOWN BALL CONCERT SOCIETY. aS7!rr"Fo, rexeL .Febr-itare T'rcentilfifith, 1060. wvill lie per- ?? If te ti-resec time in Yorkeltici. tLinrtporrnarer' Oratocic, the 11WIDOW oir' NAIN I' cO t'etioit from Itanidel'e' Judas Maccal muea," andMeetsn' ?? ESO, Miceii IIODGSON, Mr.
February 23, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A CAUTION TO DRUNKARDS.

A CAUTION TO DRUNKARDS.

Wakefield, 31st July, 1860. TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCUIRY. GIENTLEMEN,-Permit me to call your attention to an important section (see. 11) in "The Refreshment Houses and Wine Licensee Act," (23 and 24 Vic. c. 27). The words are as follow:- "Every person found drunk in any
August 2, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKUFIELD SESSIONS, YESTERDAY.

WAKUFIELD SESSIONS, YESTERDAY.

The Christmas Intermediate Sesigons were held Mt Wakefield yesterday. Among the hlagitrates present were:-B. B. W. Balnie, Esq., J. Hague, Esq, J. M. HEp. worth, Esq., J. C. D. Charlesworth, Esq., W. S. Stanhope, Esq., J. Barff, Esq., T. F djabmbe, ]isq., W. B. Addison, Esq., &c
March 3, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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March 10, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCB. LONDON, Friday Evening. The debate last night has taken a load off the mind of every one. There is now no chance of the treaty being the cause of altered relations between England and France. Altered relations is the mildest expression. The difficulty to be
March 10, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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1 AI1~ 6)LVER receives a limited number of LI31 ?? prepare for their ?? inthe 1ii~d5,4orammar and other high ?? Cottage, Ledes J- IDUQATiUN, Leamington spya. -First-class U'ESTA LISHMEl NT for YOUNG LADIL.S. ResIdent Engliit., Preech, eniid Utr..an toverueseet. Masters of eminenc
March 10, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DISSENTERS HARASSED FOR "EASTER DUES."

DISSENTERS HARASSED FOR "EASTER DUES."

DISSENTERS HARASSED FOR "EASTER r v. _ D U E S ." The proceedings of certain clergymen to com- ?? paynsent by Dissenters of what were orig-inally " Easter offerinogs" fromn ChUsrchn)en, fornl another inducement to effort ill favour of the Clurcls-rate Abolition Bill. At Accringto
February 23, 1861 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT STORM.

GREAT STORM.

GIlEAT STORlM. CENThAL TOWVER, OF CHICHESTER C ATHE DRAL, AND NORTH WING OF THE tit CRYSTAL PALACE BLOWN DOWN. rt Admiral Fitzroy, meteorological officer to the I' Board of Trade, in a colwnnmtnieationl forwarded on Wed- fly nesdlay to the principal seaports in the kingdom, intim
February 23, 1861 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England