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PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Monday. Lord J. Russell brought up and laid on the table a copy of the correspondence relating to the affairs of Italy. CHINA. Mr. Cochrane called attention to our relations with China, warmly condemning the conduct of Mr. Bruce in attempting to force his way t
February 18, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

„ n \ er 2° f S OO have agreed to keep k Tue fcarl of . • r Mt mother fortnight. u en *">gto n Jv. , lrlle h as purchased Holly Lodge, ' CJ w « the residence of the late Lord ~ u ud.er 4 n rS?" • oorn« Ba f ncllon of the authorities of Eton I h F «nu ha. iJj. 6 ** l* 300 student
February 18, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ffcbUr j&QtICCg. YORKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE NEXT ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD AT PONTEFRACT on the Ist and 2nd of

ffcbUr j&QtICCg. YORKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE NEXT ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD AT PONTEFRACT on the Ist and 2nd of

August. JOHN H ANN AM, Secretary. Kirk Deighton. Weth»rby, Feb. Ist, 1860. TO IRONMONGERS, JOINERS, and BUILDERS. EDWIN HARGREAVES, Maker of L. R. Bodmer s Registered Steel Rod Door-spring, 101, Medlock-street, Hulme, Manchester. . THE DIRECTORS of the LEEDS NEW GAS COMPANY here
February 18, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
jKafltoao Woticea. Q.REAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. From Thursday, 9th February, until further notice, THIRD OLABB PASSENGERS will be conveyed from BRADFORD,

jKafltoao Woticea. Q.REAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. From Thursday, 9th February, until further notice, THIRD OLABB PASSENGERS will be conveyed from BRADFORD,

i LEEDS WAKEFIELD, and SHEFFIELD, to LONDON (King's Cross Station) by the following Fast Train :— Time of Starting. Fares. Morning. Third Class. Bradford leave 9.30 .. 16 6 Leeds (Central Station) 10.10) » . Holbeck 10.13 j " Wakefield (Westgate) 10.34 .. 16 2 Do. (L. and Y. Sta
February 8, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

Liverpool Corn MARKET.-Gmnmarket steady wheat in moderate demand at Tuesday's rates Indian corn firm at the advance. Sound Ibrail. 32 s Galltz, 335. Oats and barley in fair retad demand. Oat"maSSsstkb Trade REPORT.-Market unchanged. The demand is not active, but prices are perfe
February 4, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

The annual soiree ot the Crosland Moor Mechanics' Institution was held on Saturday. After tea J Batlev Esq., president of the Huddersfield Female Institute, was called to the chair, a favourable report was read, and several able and practical addresses were delivered. F Convicti
February 4, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CAUTION. RECKITT & CO. heg to warn the Public that the celebrity which their BISCUITS have acquired, and the consequent

CAUTION. RECKITT & CO. heg to warn the Public that the celebrity which their BISCUITS have acquired, and the consequent

large demand which has taken place, have induced certain unprincipled tradesmen to sssstitute lower-priced and inferior biscuits for their superior quality, hus disappointing the customer. They fsel it necessary, therefore, as a protection to the Public, to request they observe
February 25, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
\sxMk ftouces. HOMOEOPATHIC INSTITUTION AND DISPENSARY, NO. 7. QUEEN-STREET. \- The HOURS Or* ATTENDANCE will in future be from 7to

\sxMk ftouces. HOMOEOPATHIC INSTITUTION AND DISPENSARY, NO. 7. QUEEN-STREET. \- The HOURS Or* ATTENDANCE will in future be from 7to

9 t o'clock on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY evenings. Cards of admission and terms of Subscription may be had on a application to Mr. J. B. Cocklr, at the Dispensary, 7, Queen- c street.—February 4th, 1860. f THE DIRECTORS of the LEEDS NEW GAS i JL COMPANY hereby give Notice
February 25, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.

ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.

On Tuesday evening last Mr. Hunter Jones, the manager of the Northampton Gas Works, delivered lecture at the Mechanics' Institute, on « Artificial The audience, though larger than the the first lecture, was still far below expected at a scientific so many members, and on a Me. S
February 25, 1860 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Shropshiee Sheep.—Mr. Robert Smith, in an article in the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, on the exhibition

Shropshiee Sheep.—Mr. Robert Smith, in an article in the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, on the exhibition

of live stock at Warwick, says breed of sheep although practised upon to some extent to test the effect of certain crosses with the Down, (which the breeders strongly affirm resulted in injury to the original sheep,) has at length reached the high position of being admitted into
February 25, 1860 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England