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THE LEEDS MERCURY.

THE LEEDS MERCURY.

|THE.LEEDS MERCURY. do LINFAMIOUS CONDUCT OF THE FRENCH AT WI tyV TAHITI. ex it ?? :I _.ARREST AND BANISHME2-NT OF THE BRITISH1 CONSUL. b ri. Teen "1 Protectorate" usurped by France overth Tahiti has sepedily borne the fruit which was to be ox- ro, iisected from it. Begunin atroc
August 3, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-THURSDAY. ) Roman Catholics Penal Acts Reneal Bill wa The Roman Catholics Penal Acts Repeal Bill was read a third time, and passed. On the motion of the Lord CHANCELLOR Lord KINNAIRD, as Chairman of the Committee on the t London and Croydon Railway Bill, reported
August 3, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS:

LEEDS:

SATURDAY. AUGUST 3. it REDuCTIOx IN THE PRICE OF WV}IEAT.- -On Monday last, the price of Wheat fell 3s. a quarter in the London market, as compared with the price on the preceding Monday. The best English Red Wheat, new and old. is ouoted from 42s. to 48s., and the beet White fr
August 3, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WESLEYAN CONFERENCE IN BIRMINGHAM.

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE IN BIRMINGHAM.

WESkLB:YAN CONFERENCE IN BIRMINGHAM. (Rrom- th7e Watchman, Wedneesakpi . During the last and pcesent. week, the Commit-tee, pre- paratory to the One Hundred and First Annual Wesleyan Confer- ence, which opens this day in Birmingham, have- assembled, and been actively engaged In t
August 3, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

ince Alh-t. ln -- Prince Albert has sent ast presents to the Emperor of Itussia, a beautiful Yorkshire stallion, valued at 600 guineasi a splendid Durham bull, valued at £300, and a pure Leicester ram. There were no prisoners for trial at the Merionethshire Assizes, and the Judg
August 3, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS.

CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS.

WAKEFIELD CORN MAT, YESTERDA&Y, AUG. 2. The Wheat trade still remains very inanimate; the hold- ers are firm in demanding last week's prices, but where sales are effected a small reduction has to be submitted to. There is no material alteration in the value or demand of other ar
August 3, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, June 4.

LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, June 4.

LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDA Y, June 4. d. BANKRUPTS. ALDERTON Charles, of North-street, Brighthelmstone, in 7 or the county of Surrey, tailor, to our. June 15, at half-past 1, and July 1S, at 12.-Sols. Wood and Fraser, Dean-street, Soho. -Official assignee, Edwards.-Pet. cra. Edward T
June 8, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CALUMNIOUS ELECTIONEERING TRICK.

CALUMNIOUS ELECTIONEERING TRICK.

CALUMNIOUS rpLECTIONEERING TRICK. 105 A special case of party fraud and reckless calumny no appeared In the Leeds 71ialeli~nrcr of the 14th inst., pending the SE 1in election of Poor Law Guardians In Leeds. pi ,red In the Isstciipenwce of that date, a letstr was insetted, imputin
December 28, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICES OF SHARES

PRICES OF SHARES

?? - ?? . - k, A- ; Xj 1 * IMUs I Z325 i AV AT wATT-.- -wr soapy-- . ?? isIN CANALS, RAILWAYS, BANKS. ASSURANCE, AND OTHER COMPANIES' STOCK. to CANALS. ?? Dec.27 S . s. d. £:d. £ £ ; ir S 10 Ashton and Oldham ..av: 97 18 0 72 72 S1 0 Barrleyd 1 ?? .160 0 0 140 140 16 0 Calder an
December 28, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRESENT POSITION OF THE EDUCATIONAL QUESTION.

PRESENT POSITION OF THE EDUCATIONAL QUESTION.

(From11 IlIC A"01cor1form'tlri l) The Whi~g Governmen~lt, wse are informeds on allttlotits' at ''oie o r coaspetest, do not intend to protroutti allty octiere of it I'atiooat Education, at the tnext ?? of 1rl'rrr alsnta. ere c unable, of course, to pronounce upon tim accuracy of
December 5, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England