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THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURES.

THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURES.

I WOOL. TiN WOOL TRADE IN GERMAINY.-From Berlin we learn, under dute of the 12:h inst., that more life had pervaded that market during the previous week, chiefly owing to thevisit of another large spinning fzinn, whose purchases, this time, are likely to corm- priae 4,000 or 5,00
November 21, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

UDDERSFIELD AND MAN'CHESTER] J~~L RAILWAY AND) CANAL. NOTICE, iss hereby iriven, that ani EMRiAORDINARY B, DlhflfErltX of the P110iRlIETORtS of the (I~)tJRiSVIEL1ii ,AND NIANcHEsTrERtIRAILWAY ANtD CANAL COMPANY0 w~ill bo held lit thea GUILD HALL, ill HlrtI)xsINVIV.1) inl the Coon
November 21, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY, Nov. 18.

COURT OF CHANCERY, Nov. 18.

COURT OF CI-IANCERY, Noi. IS. TIHE DUKE OF LEEDS v. EARL AMBE 1ST. The arguments in this case, which wvere commenced- yesterday, were resuered to-day. The case canmo beloie the court upon an appeal, and also a petition of re-licarbng of the decree of his Ilonour ?? of Eigland, ??
November 21, 1846 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE - ?? 1 a ?? l 1 be [FROM oun LONDON COItiESPONDENT.1 n. COiy, Tkhursday Evenblg9 Ce The transactions in the produce markets have upon tde ?? whole been of a limited character again this week, the Sus- pension of Messrs, Sargan.t and Gordou, and the fear t
December 4, 1847 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS:

LEEDS:

LEE DS: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. Charles Dickens, Esq., during his recent visit to Leeds to preside at the annual Soiree of our Mechanics' Institution, was the guest of John Hope Shaw, Esq., the President of the Institution. His engagements in London Tendered his stay short: he arri
December 4, 1847 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HEAVY RAINS AT WIGAN.

HEAVY RAINS AT WIGAN.

siroul FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE AND 1PROPERt. tihe n ?? A few weeks ago, we gave the particulars of the breaking and ~*in of the roof of some old coal mintes at Wigan, caused by the over. a flowing of the river Douglas, and consequent inundation of several J. ic -coleienle in full w
December 4, 1847 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CLOSE OF THE CIVIL WAR.

CLOSE OF THE CIVIL WAR.

CLOSE OF THEE CIVIL WAR. . (From thre Correspoide oj~ eas Times. LorCaillNl, Nlov. 27h-Tlhe cause of the Federal Govern- mont advances without interraptiou or drawbacik, sad~with strlden the whilch its beat friends could Lordly have haped for 10 days ago. I lire told you in moy l
December 4, 1847 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

:, fADVERTISEMENTS.] 3 HALSE'S POIRTABLE GALVANiC APPAISATUS.-(FrTOm the Wesleyan of Afarcli 10.-" That Mr. Iralse stands high as a medical galvanist, and that lie is generally considered as the head of his profession, are facts which we have long known; but we did not know until
December 4, 1847 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OPENING OF THE BIRKENHEAD RAILWAY, PARK, AND DOCKS.

OPENING OF THE BIRKENHEAD RAILWAY, PARK, AND DOCKS.

OPENING OF THE BIRKENREAD RAILWAY, I 7 PARK, AND DOCKS. ke- re oda a a Inenorable day on the bans f it the Mersey, having been chosen for the; triple purpose of ii it pnigth e docks at Birkenhead, the splendid newi of park,' and the extension line of the Chestead ireisrd rE Railw
April 10, 1847 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL.

LIVERPOOL.

LIVERPOOLII (Fio our owo Co rrespondeWt.) 01 ii LivtERPtiOOL, April 11-, 11148. c The present wveetc, which began ?? great le " anxiety, seems likely to end in perfect calm. The failure of ir the Chartist meeting in London put an end to all danger ia g either fromn the Chartists
April 15, 1848 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England