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SLAVERY IN AMERICA

... effectually In keep titelavee to thin degraaed coendiuleit, theyltad aid enanted laws in tile Uni~ted Siehes ofsaris a chiaracter ?? tlie ereittle ilita of thle civilized ivorld would sacrcely, believe to liave been paseed by be any nation. In moot aftshe Staten ...

Published: Saturday 19 January 1850
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4989 | Page: 7 | Tags: Commerce 

STATE OF TRADE

... hadt very little attention this month; and the India buyers have neglected them, and Only small ?? have been takeis for the United States and by tile home trdetifi -prices, however, have not only been supported but are adv -highler than at tise close of ...

Published: Saturday 25 May 1850
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8132 | Page: 8 | Tags: Commerce 

THE REVENUE

... exclusive of £11,138 lls. the interest on dona- tions and benuests. Unfunded ?? on Exchequer Bills ?? Civil list ?? _ . Annuities and pensions for civil, naval, military, and judlcial services. &c.. char- ged by various Acts of O'ar- liament onitiie co ...

Published: Saturday 17 August 1850
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7978 | Page: 8 | Tags: Commerce 

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK

... barrels from ithe United States and Canada ; holders, however, would not give way ii price.-'l'he arrivals at Waketield were tolerably good; the millers there are influenced by the abiadauice of flour offering in Lancashire from tlre United States and France ...

Published: Friday 08 November 1850
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2096 | Page: 3 | Tags: Commerce 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED ITRADES.' nk TS6 T-O) 1Usicoiq:Sz.Esig., M.P., President, as ?? ?? en : * If it were possible for the working' classes, by ino- Ile hisning amnong ilarsmelveR, to raisie, or keep uli th's'gveral by rate of wages, Itmeed ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... at vwhyl magistrates, and there was also Mr.' Town Courn- con- cillor Perry, to prosecute a charge of violation of wi a civil contract. The man, in his' defence, told his ws 8U1- piteous tale of 'suffering,: corroborated by the evi- to take' 'dence; ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... XATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF| . UNITED TRADES. - ink T .- TB.Duns~atai, Esq., M.P., President. led, Astabusehdd 1845. idi. hlJarv, cen SII twr osbefr h okn lsby cm rIcO ligaogcarslet aso epu the general by rtofwgsitnehadybsidtath would be af thig nt t bepunshe ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... adverse to. their 'own. .interestsaor try wrishes ate to piuhlsh remonstranoe there will be by almot an' end 'to 'the use of civil tribunals. 11ow. ever, I profiea Sso infallibility, 'nd 4lbring the short all ,timte that I 'have hapI to, sit as a imagistrate ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES. lis T. S. Durncoasm, ZmQ.i MP., President. e asg Zablished 1845. r to. h ty YZAv J9uNTlZTA. t ra8 he 'If it Were possible for the working classes, by corn- a blning emong themselves, to raise, or keep up the general ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... NATIONAL ASSOCIATION- OF UNITED I ARDES. em T.S Dsoseu, 414.1 M.P., Presidest. roe ?? ~tha FIA USTciTr. sho El ?? ~~ - - 0~~~th ?? poss~ible for the.- workirig classes,. by com.- mci bining among themselves, to raise, or epupte genral Sim rate of wages ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OB UNITED TRADES. T. S. D3uxcoyiii, Esq., M.P., President. pr £jtmbli~hcd 1845. th tic FIAT JUSTITXA.' de Ifit were plssible for the working classes, by comn. SU5 bitting among theiselVes, to raise, or keep up the general er, rate ...

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES

... NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNITED TRADES. y T. P. uzecOmni, EsQ.,)L. Peiet pr e ,&itablbehed 1845. thl - ?? were possible the working cusses, z ral crn- r PCF e We are still compelled to keep the Wol- cot r verhampton case prominently before our mem- ing ...