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Briaktast.— Kppti's Cocoa.—Geatbfcl ahd ComrOßXUTO.—*'Bi a thorough knowledge of the Datural laws which gove. i, the operution* of digestion and

Briaktast.— Kppti's Cocoa.—Geatbfcl ahd ComrOßXUTO.—*'Bi a thorough knowledge of the Datural laws which gove. i, the operution* of digestion and

nutrition, and by a careful appucali-.i; of the iropcrties of well-selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our break/set tul!<-» wi'h a delicately flav»u<eel beverage , which n;.iy -t.v- u« rua-ny heavy doctors' bills."—Civn. Sebvick Gazetti. Eat* iac<ietis labelled-Jam is Epp
April 8, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 1.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 1.

BANKRUPTS. IN THE LONDON BANKRUPTCY COURT.-To surrender under the Bankruptcy Act of 1869:—H.Hunt, Stratford, manufacturer of vegetable and mineral oils. IN THE COUNTRY. —J. Harrison, Cilly Oak, Dec. 12.—J Leakey, Tottenham, shoemaker, Dec. 12.— G. Price, HanwelL brickmak
December 9, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

MR. GLADSTONE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

The speech of the Premier to his constituents at Blackheath was remarkable for its almost total omission of any reference to the foreign policy of the Government, and it elicited complaints from even the most influential journals which support his Government that upon this Impor
November 18, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Thursday. Civil Service Estimates.—Oa the motion for going into Committee of Supply, Mr. Denison moved an addre-s to the Crown, praying for the iteration of Hamilton Gardens to Hyde Park.—Mr. Ayrton opoosed the motion, which, after some remarks from Mr. B
June 3, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A GREAT WRONG RIGHTED, OR JANE CLIFTON'S LETTERS.

A GREAT WRONG RIGHTED, OR JANE CLIFTON'S LETTERS.

putting dates, and that. I think it will be more intelligible to you. A great deal has occurred in these six mouths | events of importance- have taken place that are more like romance than reality. April 10th.—Monday morning.—I know the secret now, Mary. It was discovered to
June 3, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TENTH YT.'AR VIBITINIi *. Rem,Aif< OK A Rt-Bl BEE* WADE-LANE. LiSEDS EVERY WKDNKHDAY. V* EDICAL.—I. J. LEWIS, M.D. (>ry Dtpioanah

TENTH YT.'AR VIBITINIi *. Rem,Aif< OK A Rt-Bl BEE* WADE-LANE. LiSEDS EVERY WKDNKHDAY. V* EDICAL.—I. J. LEWIS, M.D. (>ry Dtpioanah

1 JJX «r.ter •.\t*ard» of so years is e*iao:ed so nj sound aitxuoal advr* to Ml suffering fxrx> Nervjua and Physical Lability, : and to prwuibe remedie* which turs ac agreeable, pieacart, quick. : a-d safe In action, that patients toMot bj rave Beer affected. Those modicne*
August 5, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL & DISTRICT.

LOCAL & DISTRICT.

Saturday, May 27, IS7 1. f Ooniinutd /rot/i our third page, J Thomas M'Namara, a labourer residing in Devonport-:qnare, Leeds, was seriously injurod on Tuesday algbt, in the CoU m?x-' a l uarrel w,ttt a neighbour named Ryan. Ryan struck at MNamara with a lire shovel, and broke h
May 27, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
f$ ARRAS'S AUTUMN CLOTHING. &Z2£&tt& tobeoneof unusual went have been devel• edto,h« -S Umbar £?• Rstahlish- Produe-., both in Mat

f$ ARRAS'S AUTUMN CLOTHING. &Z2£&tt& tobeoneof unusual went have been devel• edto,h« -S Umbar £?• Rstahlish- Produe-., both in Mat

.i ll ». i « 6 ucmoBt esteDt in order to AddiMol, have been 3&.&! L* tne Novelties ex-ant < «»3 public an- ISSSSfHiii A *^SonTmM SHIRE at < H*™S YORK? CHE^TER FIEL 5-ij^^ lTg i»»*leB\ ted U Mits? w, n Garm6nts h3a atatn toßluea- ar,d B]aol THE WW ad .uttd for d> Th '' s
November 4, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WINTER FASHIONS. RJ. SMEETON and CO. beg to inform their • t iends and the pubLio that they will SH:

WINTER FASHIONS. RJ. SMEETON and CO. beg to inform their • t iends and the pubLio that they will SH:

>W FASHIONS in MILLINKKY, MANTLES, COSTUME'm, SHAWLS. FANCY DRESS-.S, L 4.018. RIBANDS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. TRIMMING", Ac.. On Thursday, Oct. the lath inst., and respectfully solicit an early inspection. 52 and 53. BRIGGAT3, LEEDS, and REGEM-PARADK, HIGH HARROGATE. INSPECT QHARLES
November 4, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Yesterday (Friday). Mr. W. H. Smith gave notice that on Monday next, on the motion for going into committee of ways aDd means, he will move that it is not expedient that the direct taxation of the country should be increased to the extent contemplated by the
April 29, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England