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LORD FITZWILLIAM AND HIS COLLIERS.

LORD FITZWILLIAM AND HIS COLLIERS.

LORD FITZWILLIAM AND HIS COLTAIR. I Mg - - - - - - Xer. Hartop, manager o0f Earl Fitzw .iliam's cDOllierie, sends the following letter to the Times :- "1Various Statements- having appeared in the public irees respecting Lord FItsWiltlsirs'a follieries, which are ?? give an incorr
June 17, 1873 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

CO:M:MEROJALT INTELLIIGENCE. (Conttnued fromN thle Pourthl pwse.) PUBLIC I&COME AND EXPENDTUEB. The followingB are the receipbs into ond payments out of the E~xchequ~e between Akpril 1, 1872, eand Nov. 30, 1872:- - - REVENEAN OTHER RENEXPTS. mte for th, JFanin1l Year 1872-72. Bal
December 5, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SHOUT VISI?n Ta LB ED B. MB. FULVEBMAoHEB,? or itt. ?EE?ENT-STBZI?T, LoNnot?, Begs to inform Petieslta ds0110155 of availing lhemre'su oi ir±? SHORT VISIT TO LEEDS, tbiet he Will stay &T THE QUUEN'S HQTEI? To-hloxiow (FunlAx), December 8th, end SAvunnit, December 7th. Pamphlets,
December 5, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. LEATHAM, MY., AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

MR. LEATHAM, MY., AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

MR. LEATEAM, MY., A?HJ ElS CONSTITUENTS. On Tuesday night Mr. E. A. Leasham, hI.P. for Hud. it derefield, addieseed fl reeting of his3 conetituonts in the s, Theatre Royal, Rsamsden. sareet, wthich was crowded, The d chaisr was occupied bp M~r. Aid. Dl. #STsxI. Y Amnongst ethers
December 5, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTED, ALTO SINGER for Hanover-place WeJeyan Apply to W. T. Meek, 3, Denis, n-terrace, Ventnorttreet, Leeds. WANTED, for the Choir

WANTED, ALTO SINGER for Hanover-place WeJeyan Apply to W. T. Meek, 3, Denis, n-terrace, Ventnorttreet, Leeds. WANTED, for the Choir

of Trinity Church, two boye; stipend. £2 year. Good voioes and some knowledre mugic indispensable. Arply at the church next Friday evening, Nov. loth, at halfpaet seven o'clock. TEI>. Lady or Gentleman PIANIST and VOCALIST; also, W getio-Comic Vocalist. Apply Museum Concert Hall
November 7, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
80, ALBION-STREET (First DOOT from Bjar-lane).

80, ALBION-STREET (First DOOT from Bjar-lane).

UPHOLSTERERS and CABINET MAKERS will And the BEST HAIR SEATING LISTER'S, ADJOINING THE CHAPEL, TK PLAN-LANE, LADX-LANB, LEEDS. D 0458 0 JACKSON, PAINTER and DECORATOR, AND LEELB. ESTABLISHED 1796. PURE SILVER SOLUTION FOR PLATING. Price 84. B A 1 CRYSTAL OIL.—THE DIFFERENCE M N-
November 7, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE COAL COMMITTEE'S INQUIRY.

THE COAL COMMITTEE'S INQUIRY.

I. TU COAL- COMMITTEE'S INQURY.l Yesterday the Seleot Committee of the House of Coat- mone, appointed to inquire into the price of coal, resumed. their inquiry, under the presidency of M.r AynToN. Mr. Teknahf, of Leeds. flax Ip cnr, coal pro- psletor, and formerly Chairman of the
May 2, 1873 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DEPARTURE OF THE SHAH FROM VIENNA.

THE DEPARTURE OF THE SHAH FROM VIENNA.

THE DEPARTURE OF THE SHAH FERO VIENNA. i (Fisom mar AuSTflIAN CORnEsPONDEONT or murE Tisits.) VIE;SNA, Saturda.-The Sha iE gone. H loft Laxca. bnrg yesterday morning at 10 ?? An hour before, the Emnperor, mosst of the Axohdukele Ministers, and Cooet * lioilal wert to taike leave
August 14, 1873 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

__ COORN MARERTS. WAREFIRLLD CORN MADMET, FBhBAy, June 14Ut (Meurs. Watson Brothers' lBeport.) The continuance of fine forcing weather osuses the demand for wheat to be very limited, and where sales are made a reduction of Is. per qr. from last week's rates has to be submitted to
June 22, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

lA1LWAY ACCIDENTS. COLLISION NEAR HUDDERSFIELD. On Saturday night an accident of a very serionse nature occurred to a passenger train at the Bradley Station, two i miles and a-half from Huddersfield, on the London andt Ncrth-Westecn Railway, whereby a numnlxr of persons were inju
November 17, 1873 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England