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IRELAND SEVENTY YEARS AGO.—A PRETTY PICTURE.

IRELAND SEVENTY YEARS AGO.—A PRETTY PICTURE.

covers nothing but potatoes. Power whispered his servant, and quietly ate the potatoes, much to the scornful delight of the jokers. Just as he had finished, his servant reappeared, with two covered dishes, one of which, he placed before his master, and one before the Englishmen.
September 15, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

days ago two men were killed by the explore boiler of a steam threshing machine at Tudden'yfolk. >turday a gentleman in descending from the l, ec kham omnibus, missed his footing, fell, and P his skull. . ew er than 15,000,000 pins are said to be daily r in this country, in the
September 15, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

Glasgow and South-Western Railway.—Week ending March 18, £8,833; corresponding week lastyear, £B,l72;—increase, £661. Grand Trunk of Canada Railway.—Week ending March 4, £24,145; corresponding week last year, £22,026 ;—increase, £2,119. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway.—Week end
March 25, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

(By Telegraph.) HOUSE OT LORDS. The Earl of Malmesbury called attention to the rWntion of Mr Pocknall In the lunatic asylum at Sedge- Sf undcf anorder very improperly granted by a magistrate, new, unoer an urn j papers, as the unfortunate man Colonel Johnsonl He ™" ut ** on' him
March 25, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA.

THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA.

afIjMWAH J VICTORY OVER EARLY. The war news brought by the steamer Moravian is very vague and uncertain, and there isscarcely can bTLieTupon either from the army of Grant or that of Sherman- The ° ver the federate General Early ia the Shenandoah \ alley has been consider ably di
March 25, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Provision Markets.

Provision Markets.

TIIIRSK, July 27.-Butter Is. lid. to 2s. per roll of 24 ozs • p™» ILV^j^^ -■^ P 3d.per I s°L 2 e?^oe g s per^??FriXd^^ to 1205.; fresh, per doz-n, 14s 0 i to 16s M r& Dorset ' Cheshire. 56a. to 745., double Gfoeiester 56s £ ' fSJSt 1 66s to 765., American, 48s to IBs h?™,. v S?
August 1, 1868 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Australian Protest against Transportation. —Mr. Edward Wilson, of Melbourne, has written a strong and violent letter, protesting against the transportation

Australian Protest against Transportation. —Mr. Edward Wilson, of Melbourne, has written a strong and violent letter, protesting against the transportation

of criminals from England to any part of the Australian continent. He denounces most vehemently this '' convenient but selfish practice of throwing your vermin over into your neighbour's garden," and something more than hints that the plan, if persevered in, will be very likely
September 19, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CC)BRESPONDE^X , E. To the Editor of the Leeds Times Allow me, at the outset, to congratulate the ratepayers nt

CC)BRESPONDE^X , E. To the Editor of the Leeds Times Allow me, at the outset, to congratulate the ratepayers nt

the borough upon the most remarkable instance of sartn" in the public purse which stands upon the records of the Corporation for more than twelve months past the public has been tleated' ad nauseum to the sayings and doings, mismanagement, and' bickerings, of the scavenging aad
September 19, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Produce Markets.

Produce Markets.

THE IRON TRADE.—On Thursday, in Birmingham, as also In Wolverhampton on Wednesday, there were evident indications hat the trade is settling down into a little more steadiness. There is not now the excitement that there has been in the past few weeks, and some buyers who have sat
October 17, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRITISH ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

BRITISH ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

LOCAL NEWS. Saturday, October 17th, 1863. The twentieth annual congress of this established for the encouragement and prosecution of researches into the arts and monuments of the early and middle ages," has been held in Leeds during the week. The proceedings opened on Monday aft
October 17, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England