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Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons have in the press a new volume of the " Heroes of the Nations Series."

Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons have in the press a new volume of the " Heroes of the Nations Series."

The subject is " Napoleon. Warrior and Ruler, and the Military Supremacy Revolutionary France," W. O'Connor liars.
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING OF RAILWAY SERVANTS AT MEXBOROUGH.

MEETING OF RAILWAY SERVANTS AT MEXBOROUGH.

The annual meeting in connection with the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Servant*' Orphan Fund took place Mexborough "last right. Dr. F. J. Bur-man (Wath) presided, supported by Messrs. W. Allison. J. Dixon, N. Noble, and others. It was explained that 785 childr
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GOVERNMENT STATIONERY AND PRINTING,

GOVERNMENT STATIONERY AND PRINTING,

A further memorandum on the purchase the Stationery Office was circulated lhursday. memorandum explains the demand for a furtner sum £20,500 for paper lor the public department, and is issued because the former note, not being explicit, lias led to some misunderstanding. explain
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REORGANISATION OF THE YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

REORGANISATION OF THE YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

The reorganisation of the Yeomanry Cavalry, ordered some time ago, is to take effect from to-day! All the existing regiments, made up into squadrons of 100 members or not lees than 70 efficients, are to be formed into 18 brigades, with the exception the Pembrokeshire Regiment, w
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EXCITING SCENE IN THE IRISH CHANNEL.

EXCITING SCENE IN THE IRISH CHANNEL.

EXCITING SCENE THE IRISH CHANNEL. The Welsh newspapers report a thrilling incident board the screw-steamer Waterford, in the IrL-li Channel. Two Irish nuns, in charge of a young lady, wen crossing from Waterford to New Milford, and when in mid-channel the young lady eluded her gu
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The appointment of the Rev. J. Sheepshanks, Vica? St. Margaret's, All field, Liverpool, to the See of Norwich, vacant the

The appointment of the Rev. J. Sheepshanks, Vica? St. Margaret's, All field, Liverpool, to the See of Norwich, vacant the

resignation of the present Bishop (the Hon. and Right Rev. Dr. Pelham) has given general satisfaction, and is pleasing Yorkshiremen especially. He is a member of the well-known Sheepshanks family, members of whieh greatly Leeds manufacturers some generations ago. From his entry
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OBITUARY. Major-General Kiaer, Danish Minister to Russia, died on Sunday night. Mr. James Cobb, secretary of the Leeds branch the

OBITUARY. Major-General Kiaer, Danish Minister to Russia, died on Sunday night. Mr. James Cobb, secretary of the Leeds branch the

Kingston Unity of Oddfelows, died on Saturday last. -A 64. Mr. Wm. Johnstonn Nelson Neele, for tholast thirtyfour years Recorder of Walsall, died recently at Cheltenham. Aged 81. Mr. John West ley Smith, of Glenroyd, Harrogate, died on Wednesday morning, it is supposed from carb
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TEPHEXSON'S WILL NOT Fl MAKK & PousHnia a P»UENrnjiiE OREAM. Sole Tt prietor*: STEPMFNnO.S BEOS., THE CHILDREN'S REMEDV. O O

TEPHEXSON'S WILL NOT Fl MAKK & PousHnia a P»UENrnjiiE OREAM. Sole Tt prietor*: STEPMFNnO.S BEOS., THE CHILDREN'S REMEDV. O O

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April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS in aid the ROY AX. NATIONAL LIFEBOAT IN ST rTUTION. Talbot The Rev E. 8. (Vkmr Leeds)

SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS in aid the ROY AX. NATIONAL LIFEBOAT IN ST rTUTION. Talbot The Rev E. 8. (Vkmr Leeds)

. Lnpton Joeepb, J spars AW. Jackaon J. J .. IkMn MtnhftO Beckett and On. £»g«and W. H .. Mrs W. H oaten Irwin Arbeeon Witaoo Ghaa. H. Buvhof JobQ Hcb« >fleid and Parkinson P-liner H. Jacksons HOSPITAL CoNVALE&CkNT HOME. The ANNCJAL feUBS< RISERS and DONORS will be held the Hosp
April 1, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England