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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

I ' TRIAL OF1 M"'MANUS. The trial of M'Manus terminated on Thursday week. In, eharging the j ury, Chief Justice Doherty alluded to some opening observations of Mr. Butt i~mpressing enl the jury ueduty of independence ; it eoas tbeir duty to treat the observattons of the Judge on
October 21, 1848 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS, MARCH 23.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS, MARCH 23.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS, M~iaj 23.4` _ COToN.-The dull state of the. ma'ket noticed' last aek, _ltill continues, the trade buyingsparinglY, and the operations _ of 8pecruWtors -not being sgf elent y large to prevent a general' decline of Ad. per lb.; in many iustances a retnction id- p
March 30, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONSTROUS CLAIMS OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

MONSTROUS CLAIMS OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

MONSTROUS CLAIMS OF THE ESTABLISHED| CHOFURCHI. . TO THE EDITORS Or' THE LEEDS MERCURY... D-VAR SIRs,-I perceive, from your report of the case F which occurred.betwseen the Vitar:of llndderafteld and a1r. Willans, of that plate, aboat. the UEsster Offerings, that we are bath the
March 30, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHARTER OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

CHARTER OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

I I . 1 I or I iect In reply to questions put by LORD MONTEAGLE, tio lies md it was stated by the DuICE OF WELLINGTON, in the House m of Lords, on Monday, that the Government does not intend Ba eyto propose a Committee to obtain further information on the we of subject of Banks,
February 10, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-THfURSDAy. Mr. W. PATTEN presented a petition from the merchants I and others of Preston, in Lancashire, praying the House to take y into consideration the subject of the duties upon tea, with a view to their reduction. 0 Sir H. HARtDINGE laid on the table the a
February 10, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

All~* f MariagWes sent from a distance anbst be autheatscati4 by5 *~the *inaiore of oee of our agents, or be tatg of a known cot, is respondent. it is frf. Ls 0On the 3d Inst.. in Grosvenor-place, the Viscountess Mahon. 1 of a daughter. 0O On the 2nd inat, at York, the lady of Th
February 10, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, February 6.

LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, February 6.

LONDON GAZETTE7 TUESDAY, February 6. IiI ~~~BANKRUPTS. icBILLINGTON Samuel, of Rirkenhead, in the county of dies- ant ter, woollen draper and tailor, to sur. Feb. 20, at half- past 11, Mact9hte1 ?? ?? iepo. the El isul ?? sinegMra.Pt r b1ing Jh Rte f hse, onr had mn rwr but EWRT
February 10, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD CORPORATION.

BRADFORD CORPORATION.

J FD P A BRAkDFORD CORPORATIONo i" I TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. tl or GENT.EM4EN,-Thle Anti-Corporationists of Bradford have il] se published a circular which they are distributing about the id town, with the view of inducing the rate-payers not to sign the D , memorial
February 10, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

On Monsdayi NSj, 7 f Jac-ob Gill, atNIun, near Harr~ogatey,b % VV LARGE FORCING PUMP, th4,bas'never A been used. r - ,q. Also, a Quantity of ASH, OAK, and other Ti?&Ba;t. sand- till at N~idd. ssu.---A1e;wS.M for IRa. gl-s ~ps _ .f~AC PLS u and re dhtm~i a i4' tpi.or The Sbfe~fo "
December 13, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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December 13, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England