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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. TUESDAY, OCT, 1. HANDICAP SWEEPST&KE9, of 20 soVa. each. Daukeoi Bedford's Newpurt ?? (F. Butler) I Mr.hlare's White Lady ?? ?? ?? 2 Lord Exeter's Visite ?? 3 Lord Cliftden' Sagacity. ?? 4 Three others started. Won In a canter. Sir SWEEPSTAKES of
October 5, 1850 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

~jkSLYN MISSIONS.-The THIftTY- 1i~s~' ANIVE SARY Of the AUXILIARY SOCIETY, for the LEEDS DIS- atsild ix o'clock intho avening ; and bt IC,11 lon Fuesdeay,thle Twenty- Eoq. IrotZ~ndon, to expected to pneelde. 1.~CE1f tle NNIVERSAiIY will be as followS; ;e2wsl-furlt& of Orlober, SE
October 23, 1852 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CONGREGATIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION.

THE CONGREGATIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION.

been IF at Iasly have rt by lnce bore 555. [ ,172 )0 of say ) for per lum. en- nary and good Ifing nary i. to , and rpah 4,., Y. nen the toot tish the key nae arto I of uisa iorn 71l; outh 503 ?zs- 3d. iden and and, oly. stry orth MEETING AT BRADFORD, YESTERDAY. Yesterday, a ver
October 23, 1852 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING IN FAVOUR OF DIOCESAN SYNODS.

MEETING IN FAVOUR OF DIOCESAN SYNODS.

MEETING IN FAVOUlt OF DIOCESAN SYNODS. vies On Thursday, a meeting of members of the cr,. -a. Church of ?? hnd, ley and clerical, vas held at Warring- of i t ra tOn, for the purpose of draliberating on the best means of fur luel restoring the Dilicesan Syasods of tLteClCurch. The
October 23, 1852 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

- 4 - HOUSE OF LORDS. THURSDAY, JULY 11. THE NEW LORD CHANCELLOR. Lord BROUGHAM expressed regret that the great teal wan no longer in commission. He must say that as yet he had seen no reason for not continuing the commiseion, except the objections which had been urged against i
July 13, 1850 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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LEEDS:

LEEDS:

LEE DS: SATURDAY, JULY 13. NEW CHAPLAIN TO THIE LEEDS BoRouGiH GLOL.- In consequence of the Bishop of Ripon having refused to license the Rev. T. B. Langley, the gentleman appointed by our Borough Magistrates, in February last, as chaplain of the borough gaol, it has been found n
July 13, 1850 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

ITS COMMERCIAL ASPECT. Al the period of opening this great dis- play of the products of the earth, and the appli- cations of them by the skill and toil of its lord and E possessor, man, draws near, the conception of the I project, in all its bearings and aspects, becomesF cleare
March 8, 1851 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

Fr, edea ra FRANCE. Fresh endeavotrs are made to produce a fusion between the Bourbon branches, bult with as little success as ever. I In fact, the Orleans Bourbons see that such a result would I extinguish them ; and the Prinice de Joinville is repre- rented as being strongly o
March 8, 1851 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

TIlE GREAT EXHIBITION. - | - 9 1 ?? 1+..IAZ 1-1 111M,~n> I. ir is a singularly happy circumstance tha lg every step in the history of the Exhibition of the [s. *yWorld's Industry is attended with perfect success. All 1 Ithe arrangements that were requisite to realize PnINcEI 30As
June 7, 1851 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRUSSIA AND THE ALLIES.

PRUSSIA AND THE ALLIES.

\J 1R.I AL ?? fl fl±N .1.J ' J.£IJ fl14i.Li IJflS.ll wvas \YiuWri all Europe is asling whether we are to Zen- have peace or a prolonged war as the result of the The deliberations of its chief Governments, and those TN- Governments are preparing to give the answer, the Bar prime
February 10, 1855 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England