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ADCOIIM LER CIA L I 0volt1ll.k.NI.A.- c- ern int lilt_ -I Tb.' i~,.Ae ~reeivos nio Day Seliilarsr, li I qq.1 I di . 1'lV I- ~ex usie AttlltIl to l Omit SoprnI :t~em d ties Iirn to iv to tc ho Ad vantliges of Lit, " ¶ -11s.1; il itdo. rt .Otd the Beriolits of til In~ridst tile Ite
July 1, 1837 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

D OMIESTIC INTELLIGENCE. at CoURT CIRCUL&Rt-Thc Queen held a Court oil at Tom-ay, at Keusington Palace. At hlif-past one o'clock the f r sll. wlCC Privy CoaflilMors, Members of the House of Commons, st assembled at the Palace, to present the Address to her Majesty ] from Itie Hou
July 1, 1837 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS, SATURDAY, JULY 1.

LEEDS, SATURDAY, JULY 1.

Irt 7/hese of our Subscr-ibers uwho will take the trouble le of coasusltinrj their uliornanatks, frill find that the da ?~ first sixa months of the present year conainir twenty fot IS five Saturdays, and the latter si' monoths ?? seven Saturdays. With the view of dividing them 1
July 1, 1837 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS, TUESDAY, Ju~r 27. jd' NEW POOR LAW ACT. Earl STANHOPE rose to present the petition against the Wit Poor Law Amendment Act, adopted at the Peep Green Meeting. firit in the West Riding of the County of Ys'rks. The Noble Earl wel advocated the nrt,tions of the petit
July 1, 1837 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LETTER FROM THE REV. DR. WOLFF, ON HIS MISSION TO LIBERATE COL. STODDART AND CAPT. CONOLLY.

LETTER FROM THE REV. DR. WOLFF, ON HIS MISSION TO LIBERATE COL. STODDART AND CAPT. CONOLLY.

LETTER 'ROsTERY~R OP I, O. QN.H9 MSSION - TO LA COL. STODDART AND CAPT. CO -; *The-following highl intiereeting, Je-tte-r,1rom:1ias beeoln ad remarkaije man to'his friends; 'and Jate e Pnarshonera -at Claytn' WVest, near Hudderefield,' will be read with much 9ratitficatioai.-: -T
April 20, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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LIVERPOOL MARKETS, APRIL 13.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS, APRIL 13.

ae in CoTroN.-The low prices which were current in the at middle of last week tempted both the trade and speculators to Ot come forward freely on Saturday, the sales on that day being ,e- estimated at 10,000 bales; on Monday also the demand conti- 3f nued good, at an advance in
April 20, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORN-LAW MOVEMENTS.

CORN-LAW MOVEMENTS.

CORN-LAW MOYEMENTS. Tim GRAND FREE TRiADE BANQUET took place at ?? Liver- pool Amphisisentre, on Friday evening week, and was one of thL most imposing and effective demonstrations in favour of the great cause, which have been got up under the auspices of that indefatiga- ble body
April 20, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

-i . - ! I I PARLIAMIENTARY INTELLIGENCE.1 , ?? E sA i A I HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23. . Between three and feurt oclock, a number Of Peers preset. It ed themselvess and took cite oaths of allegiance and fi lelity to the i Queen. - Qe A DDRESS TO THE QUEEX. r <a the;r Lordshi
July 1, 1837 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURES.

THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURES.

WOOL. Tua WOOL TRADr.-London, 7Z7ursdaV.-The public sales of colonial and foreign wool commenced yesterday, at the Halt of Commerce, with a very funl attendance, and the biddings, so far I as the auctions have progressed, are spirited, and give an advance 1 upon the former sales
April 20, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEIOUS.

MISCELLANEIOUS.

*ft!ih,..b ?? i , .? 2 1 ? . - . , , I 'M _,zOr. ay~s, . ?? .g.Is - Mnday last Was the-first day Eiiter-Termn;- By the death of Mr. Speer, one of: the retired chief clerkslof thetreasury,apenamoirof , p70 p perannum is saved to the IXe Ms-,siem ?? says, the present Ministers are
April 20, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England