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LLEN, Of TBE Itoaienld8 okf ti nveted toattidhe FUNERAL, on T o wN IiANLIJ, LEEBD S. DWESLEYAN BAZAAR '~ILL BE UPENED AT ELEVE:N O'CLOSK. d PLAIN NEEDLEWORIr, FURNITURE, AANCY and ?? o NOV'ELTIES FOR W}IHITSUNTIDE. VODERATE PRBICES. NO RAFFLING. ~PRK, TllREE PERFO RMANCOE S, ?? G
May 11, 1869 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HUNTING.

HUNTING.

-FlTJI. T IG. iBRAM M cr002l HOUNDS. These hounds had a lorng run yesterday, a iox waich ftlerv holoved going to ground aotera two hours and I ehert- five Inuutest s Oit1. The meet was at Clapgate, and the fY was ?? iu WVooler -lead, 0o1nCr away as if for Cok'd hat. Toraing, he r
December 9, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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GRAND CHPRISTMAS NUMBER. E E E L Y SUJPPLEMENT LEEDS MERCURY. NEXT SATURDAY. DECEMBER l31, D OUBLE PAPER. SIXTEEN PAGES. Prie ONE PENNY. BRIGET and INTERESTING STORIES ad S l E T C E E S. I1ncldins "FQO STRANGE TO BE FALSE," "Too by COMMANDER CAMERON, C.B., Leader of 5THE 1NEWv A
December 9, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF INTIMIDATION AND ASSAULT.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF INTIMIDATION AND ASSAULT.

'EXTRAORDINAPEY CASE OF INTflEIDA'TION ANrD ASSAULT. &t theCeuishro' Policoe-court, ?? ay, b efore rtsrniral Ohaloner, a y oung mau named William W~ilson, a native of Scarbrc', wvas charged wi..h being concerued, with thlree othera not in ciislocy, in intimidating and assault- in
October 10, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SOARBOROUGH QUARTER SESSIONS.

SOARBOROUGH QUARTER SESSIONS.

CONVICTION OF THE "LADY SWINDLERSH." The Christmas Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the borough of Searbro' closed yesterday (Thursday). The calendar was unusually heavy, there being no lewer than fourteen prisonere for trial, who were implioated in the same number of cases. Th
December 24, 1869 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. ROEBUCK'S JUSTIFICATION OF HIS POLICY.

MR. ROEBUCK'S JUSTIFICATION OF HIS POLICY.

MRf. RVBC' OUTFCAIN F HISTj In conseqnlence of the canldidature of Mr. J. A. lI'nnzdelle, who has been pet forwardl to contest the sealt now held by Nr. J. A. RToebuck, M.P., and in consequence also or' M~r. Hadtield's comumittee having been ask-ed to unite with M~r. Iltlindells,
July 1, 1868 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
In the sitting of the French Legislative Body, yesterday, a warm discussion took place with respect to

In the sitting of the French Legislative Body, yesterday, a warm discussion took place with respect to

THE LEEDS MERCURY. f In the sitting of the French Legislative Body, yesterday, a warm discuesion took place with respect to tbe election of the ODuz DH CnAPuoo. The Opposition strongly urged that the election should be annulled, and M. Turnw made a speech denouncing the electoral
December 24, 1869 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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OBUILDERS.-Builders desirmus -of CON- T TRACCING for the(- EIECTION of the %rEST fillDNG rit.MALE t'ENlTEINTIAltY, to be biuilt at hurmiantofts, litt boilsa, may jttpeo~t the drawings rand i~pooiflcations at the ,lffices of the crclritects. on ritnd after Thuarsdary, the E12r'rnt
November 6, 1852 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PEACE CONGRESS OF 1850.

PEACE CONGRESS OF 1850.

tTHIE London "Peace Congress Committee" has nearly completed its arrangements for holding the ensuing Congress at Frankfort next month. The fol- lowing are extracts from the circular recently issued by the Committee:- " The direct authorization of the German Senate for holding t
July 27, 1850 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NATIONAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

NATIONAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

One OunureUOU anu Wry. A meeting of this association, heretofore known as the Metropolitan Financial and Parliamentary Reform Association, was held on Monday in the London Tavern. Bishopsgate-street, in the ]arge room, which was wholly g inadequate to contain the numbers who thr
January 12, 1850 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England