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THE PRUSSIAN QUESTION.

THE PRUSSIAN QUESTION.

THE PRUSSIAN, QUESTION. . - -. .- -i_ _ . ;. . ?? (From 1Z a orrmspondcenzt.) 'fhat was an unexpected and startling anlosloeco- ansct wlhile reached us from Praossia yesterday. It may, indeed, be a more flying rumonu, that the recently-crowned King William is about to abdicate in
June 9, 1862 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

I I of FRANCE. - i ?? T/uesnssl Evensingy. t It is now scarcely doubtful that the bishops assemibled at Romne frona the uttermost parts of the earth are on the eve Tel of declaring the patrimony of St. Peter inalienable, and thu Pope a temporal King and the first of monarchs. Wh
June 9, 1862 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

BPRSADFORD. A(ct;RAVATFD ASSAULT AT FAtiSTar.-(ti N WcW(n.. - 1day and '1hursday last an assault case or anll g~a, 2 ch)aracter, and which occurred so long nbc s ~j w Mq ~r. Peter tossev, beer-retailer, of F ardorv IreT( Bradford, a manl well -kno0wl scome year- Isao as aI- ag'it
March 2, 1861 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE IRISH PRESS ON THE AMERICAN OUTRAGE.

THE IRISH PRESS ON THE AMERICAN OUTRAGE.

v )U i| Bifjia. (From the Irish Times.) The New York Herald finds "a precisely similar case" in the seizure of the person of ference Bellew M '.anus, who was taken from an American ship in the harbour of 'Cork. If this be the only precedent the A mericans can dis- COverI, the qu
December 6, 1861 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS TOWN HALL ORGAN COMPETITION.

THE LEEDS TOWN HALL ORGAN COMPETITION.

'THE LEEDS iOWlqN iALL ORGAN COMPETITION. I ~~~UVIVIIIE I I IWN. . uddolnI The competition for the appointment of orgatist I Scales, to the Leads Town Hall, as stated icc ThUrSday'ki Xeroury, asseeci. I took plaza oct Tuesday, Wiore Mr. Goss, orgaunst of Si-, ri-street Fanil's Ca
June 30, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
INQUIRY INTO THE LATE ELECTION OF GUARDIANS, LEEDS.

INQUIRY INTO THE LATE ELECTION OF GUARDIANS, LEEDS.

3- Yesterday morning Mr. Manwaring, Poor- disohl e law, Inspector, who was ac-ompanied by Mr. Fry, denie re of the Poor-law Board, opened an inquiry at the He as e Leeds Workhouse, with respect to the late election not ea of Guardians for the West, North, and Kirkgate the gi a-
June 30, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I R . UI ?? HOUSE OF LORDS. oy ~~THURSDAY, JuNEi 28. rk KIDNAPPING BY ROMISH PRIESTS. Vleot'unt DUNGANNKON preseuted a petition of some vs. importance from Ireland, numerously signed, calling the, b so attention of the House to the frequent interference with the tl a3, lbtyof th
June 30, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

()O; GAP.IBA1DI AND 3101LY.-rhel Bradford public a ;. menetiuce iI ald of Garibaldi and the Sicilians is to be held on be e Thursday eveningl next, ha set GRF.ENGATES, ECOLESBILL.-On Sunday last two att ~er. eerrnons were preached in the Wedleyan Behoo], by the Rev. an tre Elija
June 30, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROYAL PROCLAMATION.

ROYAL PROCLAMATION.

4. O at ENGLISHMEN AND THE AMERICAN WAR. ON 2 TLe following proclamation, dated Monday, was Pa edissued on Tuesday night:- y- VICTORIA R.-Whereas we are happily at peace with on all Sovereigns, Powers, and States,- and whereas hostilities he have unhappily commenced between the
May 16, 1861 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

LEEDS. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1861. A Calinet Collncil was held yesterday afternoon. The Prince Consort held a levee yesterday Onl Itcahf of Her lMajesty. TI'he Noble Premier hins given instructions to have a ?? of ease built solely at his ow-n expense at Lee, in thle par isll of tor
May 16, 1861 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England