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public Xotiers. At RORA. SILVER MINE—I JLi mj friends and clients to bay these Shares when they were £l4 share.

public Xotiers. At RORA. SILVER MINE—I JLi mj friends and clients to bay these Shares when they were £l4 share.

They are now £3B to £39, and will higher. tramway for the ore* is now complete, and the new Mill ncd running about 12th May Great quantities silver may l«e expected, and early dividend. T. G. TAYLOR, Sworn Broker for Stocks and Shares, London. ICth May, 1871. Pinner'scourt, Old
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICAN COTTON.

AMERICAN COTTON.

New York, May 18. According to Messrs. Moffat, Davidis, and Co.'s report, the receipts of cotton at all the United States porta to-day have been 6.000 bales.
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WOOLLEN.

WOOLLEN.

TRADE OF LEEDS, Friday. Although business in the warehouses still continues to be conducted upon a limited scale, are able to report a more animated trade during the past week. Purchases, whilst confined to sample parcels for the fall trade, are made with more eagerness, and in
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

Lkkds Calf, Friday.—We have had a moderate supply calves at our market this morning. The trade has been a little better for any that was of good quality. Middling and inferior about the same prices as last week. Best quality Bd. to B}d., second do. 7d. 7}d., s}d. to 6d., small 4
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIST OF BANKRUPTS.

LIST OF BANKRUPTS.

{By Telearaph.) (From Last Night't Gazette.) B. Healer, Leadechall-rtreet, London, colonial broker 8. Griffiths, Ton Honae. London-fields N. Wheat on. Aston, innkeeper E. Cottam, Blackburn, reed maker 11. Mills. Manchester, lithographic printer J. Metcalfe, Barton Milk, publican
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A Whole Family Poisoned.—On Thursday evening, a sad case of poisoning occurred at the residence of Mr. Harper, farmer, of

A Whole Family Poisoned.—On Thursday evening, a sad case of poisoning occurred at the residence of Mr. Harper, farmer, of

Lindley Hill, near Beverley. Mr. Harper and bis son were at the Beverley fair, and the family partook of tea, as usual; but, shortly after they had eat down, a grandchild, four years of age, complained of sickness, and immediately afterwards Mrs. and Miss Harper and three the se
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE. London, Friday Night. impression is gaining greund to the effect that Mr. Bruce had discarded his ten years'

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE. London, Friday Night. impression is gaining greund to the effect that Mr. Bruce had discarded his ten years'

clause and the Government had lengthened the session by a fortnight the Licensing Bill would have been passed. More than once I hare informed you that large number of men on both sides of the Honse are strongly in favour of immediate legislation, and I will not affect to conceal
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

ARRIVAL OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

The Duke of Edinburgh arrived at Plymouth in the Galatea noon yesterday. Hit Royal Highness will probably remain at Plymouth to be present at the review to-day in honour of the Queen's birthday. The Galatea will pa id off at Devonport. The follow'ng appeared in portion of oar im
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

Lisbon, May 18. Preparations are being made in Lisbon and Oporto to give a cordial reception to the Emperor of Brazil. The wine crop promises to be most abundant.
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CIVIL WAR IN FRANCE.

THE CIVIL WAR IN FRANCE.

THE ATTACK ON PARIS. Telegram.! Paris, May 19, Morning. Last night the Versailles troops attacked Fort Montrouge; but the Federals, having received reinforcements, repulsed the attack, and claim to have captured several cannon. An attack on the village of Vanves is also said hav
May 20, 1871 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England