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LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, Sept. 29.

LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, Sept. 29.

BANKRUPTS. LN THE LONDON BANKRUPTCY COURT.-Edward Boulding, Kings Lynn, chemist, Oct. 9.—William Humphris, ironmonger, Oct. 14.—Wolff Simon, cap maker, Oct 14 IN J? I L < i? UNTRY -- Henr y Binnell. Birmingham, tailor, Oct. 16.—Robert Morgan Jones, Merthyr Tydvil, draper, Oct. 1
October 3, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Produce Markets.

Produce Markets.

LEEDS HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Sept. 26.—Heifer hide* 9jlbs. and upwards, Ud. to Od. per lb.: Ho to ML Od. to Od.: 75 to 84, Ou. -o4id. : 65 to 74, Od. to 3Jd. ;66 to 64. Od. to 3i<L ; 65 and under Od. to 0,1. ; oowH, Oolba. and upwards. Od. to 31<L; ditto under 651b5., Od. to 3gd.
October 3, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

1 The cost of the recent adoption of the Local [ Government Act at Lockwood amounted to between £50 and £60. i The West Eiding revision (Huddersfield district) has resulted, according to the Liberal returns, in a gain of 25 for ; that party. The Conservatives, on the other hand,
October 3, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Produce Markets.

Produce Markets.

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. June 7.—ln consequence of the stoppage of the Agra Bank tbis market has continued much depressed; prices have been very irregular, and in some instances id. per lb. lower than yesterday. As compared with the extreme rates current on Monday, American desc
June 9, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

LONDON CORN MARKET.—English and foreign wheat Is. per quarter dearer. Barley more inquired for. Beans and peas unaltered. Oats rather cheaper. LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.—Attendance not large, but fair business in wheat at 2d. to 3d. over Tuesday's prices. Flour also dearer. Oats, be
June 9, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JFastjums. TVTISS TAYLOR, Milliner, Dressmaker, &c., has _T_ pleasure in announcing her Ke.urn from her First London Visit, and thit

JFastjums. TVTISS TAYLOR, Milliner, Dressmaker, &c., has _T_ pleasure in announcing her Ke.urn from her First London Visit, and thit

she purposes making her EARLY SPRING SHOW jn Thursday, March 16th, and following days. SPRING FASHIONS. RJ. SMEETON and CO., 52 and 53, Briggate, • Leeds, beg to announce that their first GREAT DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING MILLINERY, MANTLES, _c, wiM be on Monday and Tuesday next, Marc
March 11, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EUROPEAN POLITICS.

EUROPEAN POLITICS.

THE COWING WAR. FAILURE OF THE CONFERENCE SCHEME. ENTRY OF THE PRUSSIANS INTO HOLSTEIN. Austria having caused the abandonment ot the s Conference by decliHing to consider any proposals having reference to Venetia, the last hopes of peace may be said to have been extinguished, an
June 9, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Bank

Bank

nf^ E J? S /, Sept .- 10 - The demand is entirely "P°jL i* ««5j of which there is scarcely any supply ; the little V> taken off a. 3s. to 4s. per quarter advance over la<t M fine yellows making 665. to 68 1.. whites 70s. to 755. per °™er articles no material change. „ n nlj 0 /f
September 14, 1867 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

(Continued from our ?>rd Page.) We are informed that the celebrated drama by , Dion Boucicault, called the ''Flying Scad," is about to be produced in Bradford. Mr. George Beimore, who acts the part of old " Nat Gosling." is also engaged for the leading part, so th at a genuine t
September 14, 1867 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Trade Reports.

Trade Reports.

MANCHESETR TRADE.—The downward tendency f * be checked for the moment, but no advanoe on the lowe*' the , w £ ek 18 obtainable to-day, either for yarn or cloth. . tb e LEEDS WOOLLEN REPORT.-The market remains "> dull stato that we have noted for some time past. jeiKi the town wi
September 14, 1867 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England