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H A TS__ A * D HO SIE R V WELL^T^ HOSIERY, AND HATS IS THAT CAlf M HIRT

H A TS__ A * D HO SIE R V WELL^T^ HOSIERY, AND HATS IS THAT CAlf M HIRT

» NOVELTY, FASHIuN, ANti QUALITY DESIRED I| i 21 - 22. and 23 NEW ; STREET, BIRMINGHAM; and 42, BRIGGATE, LEJ_S. _™ • ?7i M & CO - ,i3 TRUE-FITTING SHIRT Made m the Newest and most approved Style from Harrock's Lone Cloth, with Linen Fittings. The texture is fine and purely Fir.t
October 17, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. The Commons re-assembled ou Thursday after the Whitsuntide holidays. After some unimportant matters had been disposed of, Sir G. GREY moved an address to Her Majesty congratulating her on the birth of another grandson.—Mr. Disraeli seconded the motion, which wa
June 10, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

LATEST ISTEAVS. SURRENDER OF KIRBY SMITH. END OF THE WAR! TERRIFIC EXPLOSION OF A MAGAZINE. IMMENSE DESTRUCTION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY. The Cuba steamer, which arrived yesterday with advices to the 31st ult., brings the following :— Kirbv Smith has surrendered with his entire forc
June 10, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

RACING NOTES, The paying over of the Derby debtor and creditor accounts at Tattsrsall's during the week—with one or two exceptions—has passed off satiaf ACtorily. The backers generally were gainers over Gladiateur, but mu3t have lost on the minor events and the Oaks, the ladies'
June 10, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
_ _ MISCELLANEOUS, of KettlesYng* 7

_ _ MISCELLANEOUS, of KettlesYng* 7

° tley ' ag6d 77, Jose P h Ha rdy, Esq., formerly ~w Wedn , Mda y. a ' Cringle Brook House, Levenshulnie, M»n- Huddersfleld 0n a V ' Sit ' ag6d 71, Mr ' Jame3 Mosele y> builder, On Wednesday, aged 62, Sir Joseph Paxton, M.P. for Coventry, r f 1 ?/' ln London . a ?ed 20, Francis R
June 10, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I *** No ot m irria/e or death can be inserted unless signed by the name and address of the

I *** No ot m irria/e or death can be inserted unless signed by the name and address of the

sender.— , Notice of Ivrth must be paid for as advertisements — Marriages with "No cards " attached are charged 2s. Gd. LEEDS AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD. Yesterday (Friday), at Belgrave Chapel, by the Rev. James Gwyther. of Manchester, father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. G
August 1, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
[Advertisements.] The new blue and other fashionable colours may now be obtained of chemists everywhere, price 60., U. and 2s.

[Advertisements.] The new blue and other fashionable colours may now be obtained of chemists everywhere, price 60., U. and 2s.

6d. per bottle. Wholesale depot, 10, Scott's-yard. London. ** e jg™- -Messts. Smeeton and Son, Commercial-street: Mr. itowman Woodhouse-lane; and Mr. Hall, Upperhead-row. Wholesale Agent-Mr. J. a Martin, 3. Butt scourt, Leeds. Instant Relief and a rapid Cure of Asthma, Consumpti
August 1, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

LATEST & TELEGRAPHIC. (BY BRITISH AND IRISH MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) Offices—Commercial Build in as. RESIGNATION OF GENERAL BURNSIDE, New York, Jan. 27.—General Burnside has resigned the command of the army of the Potomac, aud General Hooker has been appointed his successor. General
February 7, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A few days ago, three men (two of them brothers) were at work at the bottom of a pit at

A few days ago, three men (two of them brothers) were at work at the bottom of a pit at

Heath Charriock, near Chorley, when a mass of stone, weighing about fifty tons, suddenly fell from the roof and crushed them to death. A letter received in Liverpool reports that the Alabama has taken a very rich prize. It is said that she had fallen in with aCalifornian mail st
February 7, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 25.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 25.

bankrupts. IN THE LONDON BANKRUPTCY COURT.—John Freeman, King's Cliff, Oct. 7.—James Bates, Brighton, seedsman, Oct. 7. IN THE COUNTRY. — Edmund Townend, Bradford, wooli stapler, Oct. 9. —James Hickman, Tranmere, builder, Oct. 9.— Joseph Charles Nappier, Manchester, calico print
October 3, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England