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CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS.

CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, YESTERDAY, 3MARCII 1. The factors showed great firmness in demanding higher prices for Wheat at this day's market, which caused a slow trade, and we enhance our quotations Is. per quarter. The Barley trade is dull, yet last week's prices are fully main- ta
March 2, 1844 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

I JRELA L ViD. -4- r 1 AGRICULTURIL IMlPROVEMENT IN IMELAPD.-(FrOnt thse Gerdener'sChLrsoicle and Agricultnral Gazelle.)-Our readers will b be glad to learn that owing to the hearty spirit in which Lord Claren- 0 don's suggestions for the employment of TeAvvLz.tsXG TEACHERS or AG
February 26, 1848 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
r»MIK MISSES TUACKKAY, IWo- JL IMO Hthool, PnoM-m ll.li Ht, Kaareaboruacki. moat reapcetfully infonn the»r Friend-* and the Public that

r»MIK MISSES TUACKKAY, IWo- JL IMO Hthool, PnoM-m ll.li Ht, Kaareaboruacki. moat reapcetfully infonn the»r Friend-* and the Public that

they intend to resume the duties of ttu-lr EsUblishmeut on im*. H A PELT II OR PE, near WAKEFIELD^ The Misses FKANCK’.-i EKtabliahment mill be K«. »peacd Wadmeydmf, tjtk JtUy, MU—Chayttborpe, June find. last. M ARROGATE.—MISS PARRY rco^tfuUy informs her Friends and the l*ubli«-,
July 16, 1842 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SIGHT and HEARING.—Now at No. 40, St. Paul's Street. East Parade, Leeds. Onasavs—Mr. 11. MOORK's stay Leeds will positively terminate

SIGHT and HEARING.—Now at No. 40, St. Paul's Street. East Parade, Leeds. Onasavs—Mr. 11. MOORK's stay Leeds will positively terminate

on the Evening of Saturday, the £lrd instant, up to which time he may consulted Daily at his Residence a* above. also begs to Intimate that will attend at the following Places, vlt.:—The Sun Inn. BaAoroao, on Monday, the Inst.; at the Swan Inn, Halifax, on Tuesday, the 2«th ; th
July 16, 1842 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
December 31, 1842. THE LEEDS MERCURY PRISON INSPECTION AND ITS EFFECTS. In resuming our notice of Mr. Hill*s 7th Report

December 31, 1842. THE LEEDS MERCURY PRISON INSPECTION AND ITS EFFECTS. In resuming our notice of Mr. Hill*s 7th Report

on the Prisons of Scotland, we may mention that only one department in many gaols now exhibits want of cleanliness and order, viz : —that appropriated to civil prisoners ; and that this arises from the rules for the management of debtors being less stringent than those applied t
December 31, 1842 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
)3irttt».

)3irttt».

Ou the Ist imt. at Settle, the lady of John Dirkbeck. jun., Esq., of a son. the 13th Inst., Cottingley Bridge, the lady of Walker Himfetld, Esq. of daughter.
July 16, 1842 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NORTH-RIDING ELECTION.

NORTH-RIDING ELECTION.

On Tuesday last1, thle tnolintltofl of Candidates, for tha,'~ North-Riding sti' thl' turisy totle place in the Castle-yart , Vod. cai Heavy rai felt dierlag !he curly sort of the morning, but about nine adt o'lc rt c~onci cleared if, and thle sun shone with much R ot-I t ditor.
July 10, 1841 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
KNARESBOROUGH.

KNARESBOROUGH.

r:n-n-n - T . - KNAILESBIOUGH PETTY ?? sessions were held on Wednesday last, before J. G. Paley, Rawdon rggs and Joseph Dent, Esqrc., but scarcely anything of interest occurred. James Campbell, whose case was ad. journed from last week, was convicted in the penalty of ten pounds
April 27, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Brighouse turnpike road.—tolls' TO HE LET. NOTICE is herebT given, thot the T Of. arising upon the Turnpike Road leading

Brighouse turnpike road.—tolls' TO HE LET. NOTICE is herebT given, thot the T Of. arising upon the Turnpike Road leading

from Itrldgc to the Dewsbury 1 and Klland Turnpike Road, the several Toll Gates called the Klland Park (iate. the lirlghouse Gate, and the Kirklees Mill Gate, with the side Bars and Chain Bars belonging thereto, will put unto LET AUCTION the best Bidder, at Hie llouae of Mr. Prr
January 22, 1842 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS MERCURY.

THE LEEDS MERCURY.

such the condition of the hind loom we»ier«, th»t thev were bidding the power loonni, end, a* consequence, the wages of the power loom weavers had been reduced. The severe privations of the weavers may but too well inferred from this fact. In many departments of our staple trade
January 22, 1842 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England