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Sale* Auction. PAPER HANGINGS. MR. JOHN HEPPER has the pleasure to make known that he received instructions to ..

... most respectfully solicited. JOHN LANCASTER, Auctioneer. FREEHOLD ESTATES in CARDIGAN PLACE, on the Kirkstall Road, and WARDLE-BTREET. MARLBOROUGH STREET, Leeds.—To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. Thomas Ridpeth, at the Beckett's Arms Inn, on the Kirkstall Road ...

Published: Saturday 22 March 1845
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1796 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... before given, had been disposed of, created a disturbance at Mrs, Grattan's dwveling, and also is ith having sent letters to iher (Mrs. Grattan) with the view of extorting money, Mrs. Grattan and Mary Cliff, her cook, proved the dis- turbance In iuestion ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... Rawlinson (to Mrs. Grattan): Who do you ay dimagine is meant by his lordship 1 Mrs. Grattan: , l No doubt the Count Batthyany. Tle most positive denial wr. was given with regard to the disreputable allegation as aas affecting Mrs. Grattan, and the prisoner ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... created a disturbance at Mrs.s tirattll's dweliicg, and also with having sent letters to a leer (Mrsc. Grattan) with else view of extortisug money.t Mrs. Grattan and Mary Cliff, her cook, proved the die- a turbance in question, and the former handed to the i ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligenc

... tavern, who np eared iitlir his arm tic a sling, deposed that hear. ing tie screams of the preceding witness, he wrent to her aid, rind irettle tioe risoners, Howell acd Smitr, comirg docrn s5dc ; in captur'inrg them his arms ard wrrist noere much -1aice-d ...

Public Amusements

... in a Pro- svdioeal Theatre, ROYAL MARYLEBONE THEATREi. LESSEE, Ma. JOHN DOUOLASS. vIRST appearance of Mr. B. Blanchard and his n- F derful Dog Victor. Re-engagemaent of Mr. Grattan Dawaon, who will appear in the week as Damon, Othello, and Mercutio. ...

Ireland

... much cause of complaint it would turn out in arms to seek redress. Mr. O'Connell objected to the latter opinion expressed by Mr. Grattan. The Irish seers too well instructed in politics to thiuk of taking up arms to obtain their political rights; and their ...

Forthcoming Meetings

... Westminster: at the Par- e thenim Club Rooms, ?? St. Martin's-lane, at half- a past ?? Town: at Mr. Duddrege's, Brick- -layers'Arms,Tocibridge-street, New-road, at ?? B ?? htandets: at the Whittington and Cat, 1Chureh-row, Bethnal-green, at six o'clock precisely ...

Forthcoming Meetings

... P! -Emmett'a Brgade: at the Rock Tavern, Lisson. tO grove, at eight o'clock precisely-Maryleboae: at the 1 Coach Painters' Arms, Circus-street, at half-past Ti seven. . a MONDAY EVENING. th Camberwell :.t the Montpelier Tavern, Walworth, at eight o'c ...

Ireland

... arof to seek redrohes. Mr. O Connell objected to the latter opinion expressed by Mr. Grattan. The Irish were too well instructed ins politics to think of talbing up arms to obtain their political rights; and their enemies would not desire anything more ...