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UNIVERSITY EXTENSION MEETING IN LEEDS.

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION MEETING IN LEEDS.

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION METING IN I - LEDS. I M inao a. A conference of the promoters of the University Exten. id sion movement for the West Rtiding was held last evening, r- in the Bosrd-roosn of the Leeds Mechanics' Institution. id The Rev. J. H. MoOnCHEAN Presiderd, and amongst t
September 13, 1873 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL AND GENERAL.

LOCAL AND GENERAL.

PETITJONId-1In the Hfouse of comloils Onl Tihursday, patitions were presenited by Mr.T'1. K. Sander- son, frora solicitors of Waikctield. for amtendment of the Land Transfer Act I3ill by Mir. Bolckow, frosi. Middlei. l'rough, in favour of the Bill to amlend the Alkali Act, I SG3
June 13, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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May 9, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A CAMPAIGN OF THE FUTURE.

A CAMPAIGN OF THE FUTURE.

A CAMPAIGNT OF THE FUTURE. M-ore earnest, iideed, most pressing for an immediate I decision, has grown the momentous question we hasle asluded to as agitating between the great sqverei.Ians. Histoxy is repo;c'ing itself; and makiug good the theeory of recarrin.' facts=-the theory
December 26, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ALARMING ROW IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

ALARMING ROW IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

A correspondent, writingi from a town in Norfoll; SaLys:-" All the trainis wer" va-ny late on the Gres t Eastern line on Ciristiatis Eve, alnd in r. thiird-elass carriage consisting of five or, six Open Conlipartilonts, about to start fromt yvr DlOildliaii to Wells, Were scsi td
December 29, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ACTION FOR LIBEL AGAINST A SCHOOLMASTER.

ACTION FOR LIBEL AGAINST A SCHOOLMASTER.

ACTION FOBR LIBEL AGAINST A iSCHOOLIAMTER. 11 - ?? ?? 1- - ?? AAiA- A I rT . . In the Court of Common Pleas vesterday, Mr. Justice Brett, with a special jury, tried the ease of Stein a. Tabor. This was an action to recover damages for an alleged libel. Mr. PnP.rrTIcE, Q.C., 'Mr.
December 3, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

SHARE AND PRODUCE EART.$. ('FOs OUR LONox wo) Loatmo, Friday nRwilg. The stock markets were quict to-day, and with some escoptions the prevailing tendency was unfavourable. This vwas espcially the case with home railways, which were as much a s I to I lower in a few instances, a
July 25, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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July 25, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WEEKLY RETURN OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN THE BOROUGH OF LEEDS.

WEEKLY RETURN OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN THE BOROUGH OF LEEDS.

WEEKLY RETURN OF BIRTSANDDEATHS I N THE BOROUGH OF LEEDS. 31ST WEEK, 1S74. In the week ending last Saturday 4,454 births and 3,477 deaths were registered in iS of the largest English towns, including London. The births weare 203 below, while the deaths exceeded by 486 the average
August 13, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MORNING EXPRESS.

MORNING EXPRESS.

I TO-DAY'S LONDON PAPERS. (Byz flRTATE TBEa"c tFr) r5I CiVRY O2FYINX, T/lvrs~y, 5 a Tl1E ASH ANTEE WAR. (STASXDAnD TMLO]a&M.) IsrAND OF ST. V\INCENT, Jan. 10.-Though thore is much speculation here as to the progress of our troopo in their march to Coomassie, there is no definito
January 22, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England