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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Dublin, Friday.—Three young men, who gave their names as Shee, Haudy, and O'Neill, were to-day arrested by the police, on suspicion of belonging to the Fenian brotherhood. On being searched a drill-book was found. They were taken before Mr. Allen and remanded until Tuesday. Madr
January 27, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN POLITICS.

FOREIGN POLITICS.

TEDS FRENCH EMPEROR AND THE MEXICAN DIFFICULTY. The Emoeror Napoleon's speech in opening the Frencl. Legislature fits in very opportunely with the latest intelligence from America. They give us two sides of much the ugliest qnarrel now in progress in European politics. *' Get ou
January 27, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REDSHAWS SELECTIONS OF FANCY WOOLLENS for the coming Season are now complete, and form one of the largest stocks in

REDSHAWS SELECTIONS OF FANCY WOOLLENS for the coming Season are now complete, and form one of the largest stocks in

the county. BLACK CLI>THS and DOESKINS— hrst-rate value. 4. BOTTOM OF BRIG GATE. LEEDS. AUTUMN TROUSERINGS, WINTER TROUSERINGS, of SCOTCH, WEST of ENGLAND, and YORKSHIRE MANUFACTURE, comprising every NOVELTY of the SEASON, at WRIGHT BROTHERS (late Matthew Hepworth), 78, BRIGGATE
January 27, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
$*lrs bu 3urtt<m. LIVERPOOL PUBLIC WOOL SALES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on Monday, the ISth inst, at four o'clock,

$*lrs bu 3urtt<m. LIVERPOOL PUBLIC WOOL SALES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on Monday, the ISth inst, at four o'clock,

at the Public Sale-room, 14. Cook-street, Liverpool. 800 Bales East ludia WOOL. Apply to W. Greame and Co.. Brokers. 25, Temple-street. Xirerpool. _____ " LIVERPOOL PUBLIC WOOL SALES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ou Friday, February 2nd. at Two o'clock, at the Pub! c Sale room. 14, Co
January 27, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
rjIHEATRIfI ROYAL, LEEDS. Bixth week of the Comic PANTOMIME, KING KOKOLORUM, received nightly with even increasing enthusiasm by crowded and

rjIHEATRIfI ROYAL, LEEDS. Bixth week of the Comic PANTOMIME, KING KOKOLORUM, received nightly with even increasing enthusiasm by crowded and

delighted audiences. Opinions of the Press.-" A great success."-" Intelligencer. "- /™L costumes are magnificent, the songs appropriately introduced, the general tout ensemble such as to commend itself to .nteUigent people." T " Times."-" Beautifully placed on the stage; I " cha
January 27, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
4 ESTABLISH ED 1748. _' RMISTEAD te MUSTARD, Unrivalled f< r Pur:

4 ESTABLISH ED 1748. _' RMISTEAD te MUSTARD, Unrivalled f< r Pur:

»y, Str.ngth. and Flavour, 8 been tried upwards of a centu y, and universally approved. See Testimonials, and ask fcr " Arkistkad's Mustard." _, For Medical purposes the Genuine Brown is the very beat. *<* Family Use the Genuine and Double Superfine are much recommended. Sold by
July 28, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A>Q RE WARD.-ABSCONDED, RICHARD dWO BROCKLESBY, Mason's Atprentice ; ase 20, height about sft. 3in., light complexion, rather bow- egged.

A>Q RE WARD.-ABSCONDED, RICHARD dWO BROCKLESBY, Mason's Atprentice ; ase 20, height about sft. 3in., light complexion, rather bow- egged.

Any oue giving information th±t will lead to hia apprehension will receive the above reward. Apply to Inspector Wainwright, Hunslet. LEEDS ENGINEER VOLUNTE KRS.— Lieut.-Colonel CHILD, Commanding, REGIMENTAL ORDER, Saturday, 28th July, 1866. The Corps w:ll assemble in the White C
July 28, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Corn Markets.

Corn Markets.

LEEDS, Sept. 11.—We have had rain again nearly all nigh-i: today is bright, warm, and showery, as bad weather as possibly can be for the harvest. The prospect of securing our northern crop is indeed gloomy, for under the most favourable change, the damage done is t0 a J earful e
September 15, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. "SEEING IS BELIEVING." To the Editor of the Leeds Timet. Sir, —Will you be so kind as to allow

CORRESPONDENCE. "SEEING IS BELIEVING." To the Editor of the Leeds Timet. Sir, —Will you be so kind as to allow

me to make a few remarks on the applicability of the above proverb to the Whit wood and Methley Junction Collieries' scheme of co-operation. The first financial year has ended, the accounts have been presented, and a few days ago the Whitwood masters had a meeting with their men
September 15, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

William Marsden, formerly of the Leeds Soho toundry, died at Costa Rica, Central America, on the 30th May. We are requested to state that whilst in America he had no connection with his brother—John Woodhead Marsden—m tho slightest degree.
September 15, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England