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LEEDS MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

LEEDS MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

LEEDS .MECEANICS' .IN6TITUTION. I - A - - ?? a r f I I S a a I r a Li is t- sa tk SE T hi ce W fr tc bi ct C al a( BE if ce Last evening's convarsazione formed an agreeable interlude between the tw) varts into-which the lecture season-is divided, For a couple of> years past the s
January 24, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BANQUET TO MR. W. H. SMITH, M.P., AND SIR CHARLES ADDERLEY, M.P.

BANQUET TO MR. W. H. SMITH, M.P., AND SIR CHARLES ADDERLEY, M.P.

h BANQUET TO MR. W. Hi. SMlITH, M.P., AND a SIR CHARLES ADDRIL.EY, M.P. a o~t~ U=A^1J.O n JOtiAzcU X, Y. U.r. 1. Yesterday afternoon the First Lord of the Admiralty, r, Mr. W. H. Smith, M.P., and the President of the Board r. of Trade, Sir C. B. Adderley, M.P., were admitted to t
January 24, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL AND GENERAL.

LOCAL AND GENERAL.

VI CAL AND_ AL . -bODnW'S LEEDS- OECIMAL TEAR TIOOE.- r!he above-named Year Book has just been ?? for W87S. The amount of general and official information contained in it is greater: than in any former Vear. This to the natural result of an attempt to 'nake the work as Domplete a
January 24, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
°IOOAi AtNX&;CD ?? - M LONDON .LO,,DOS, Wednesday Eisoznq. ?? are the latest PT16W of the prinipl . -7tea: 015so

°IOOAi AtNX&;CD ?? - M LONDON .LO,,DOS, Wednesday Eisoznq. ?? are the latest PT16W of the prinipl . -7tea: 015so

95i to 954 for moneys ]F & & ~nt 'ew and Reduced -I ,ts 9~51.Exchequer Bls r arh -*r diZO forJune, 15 to 20prm di ~ IOSena d0t to 1043; ditto Four per r~ck ~24to192 an ?? 3,5a. to 40E. Prrn. r J},tl~an tock 2o4 to 256; Metropolitan Board t tV 3S:c 102 tol i t102 o fOil~ ~j8~~Lj.
January 24, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HOOK MEMORIAL CHURCH.

THE HOOK MEMORIAL CHURCH.

THE HOOK MEMORIAL F O.RCE. . L .: I.: , i,~ I 1. .. . ?? mneeling of the 'conreptidh of -All., i i , (1k CEh xo MemokiayliiiAh Iai h'eldiii thb e5 esdChtObIstisJ Ghaol a~d tuto ou 3Ionday evening. Tiierd tr s B bod the-ndc te *S 'The tRev..Cicxrj "~ooi, vicar.'demgsig~*at.. ?? CL
February 6, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DEAD LANGUAGES.

THE DEAD LANGUAGES.

THE BDEAD IANGUAERSS. I.& - - _ _ " - XiA - - -_ - A- ; X^ E4 Wallise is The 'eature lest eveniing in connection with the Leeds This Philosophical and Literary Society was delivered by Pro-der fessor J. Marshall, ?? "The adeer d Dead Languages; what they aire,'aiid ihat. they are
February 6, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS BOROUGH GAOL.

LEEDS BOROUGH GAOL.

LEEDS BOROU~~G,-H ,GAOL. ?? LifnMa re'po* 'of theid~vbr of, haiaplin, ~*tdiau IC ,Uathol I Szit~-~ l izrkdoh i thes -Leedis 136rough (iaol to thp Borough Tustices have been issued, and fron (J them'we give ?? 7, , ~ .Taereor' f ~ea oe o Mr. *C. A. Keene) ,St~tea that. .n74P ~ ??
February 6, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WORK AND WAGES.

WORK AND WAGES.

WORK. iAND WAGES. PAQI3ABfEL13 EMLY TERMINATION- Or TEE NoRTHn- USEELND MiNnits' Looic-owr.-It is confidently ex- al pected that the lock-ocut of the Northumberland minors will terminate in the course of a few days, and before it, al 'has' e ompleted iits eighth. week.. . Thf), n
February 6, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND :mieP NEWS. (R~tTnaB ISDIIEGOS.M8) I BONBAy, Tuesday.-The Anchor eteamer Europa arrived te P day from Liverpool. 3 GLAsGow Tneaday -The State Lino steamer State of Vir from Vew Y'ork, arrived here at noon to-day. Lrvittpoonl, Tnsdav. -The West India and Paeifie sek _ Ame
February 6, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COTTON.

COTTON.

MAxcirjETzc, Thursday.-The market is vnr.7.quiet, audt the demand extremely languid' Owing to ?? weak- ness of the Liverpool cotton mUr6et, prices here are some- what unsteady to-day. iWEliPooz, Thursday.-The market has been dull and inanimate; holders contiiue to meet the deman
March 1, 1878 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England