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THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. TO TRUSTEES AND OTHER INVESTORS. SALMON BACKHOUSE, Yn>r* uritk Mtura Hsnru Salter and Sonst, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER (Telephone 299). ST ANDREWS CHAMBERS. PARK ROW, LEEDS. INVESTORS buyinj through Salmon Backhouse are not required pay for ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. INCOME-TAX.— Claims* of Exemption or Abatement, Repayment Claims, and Returns Filled Up with care and strict secrecy: 12 years' experience the Leeds office.—Apply, either personally letter, me, H. Mann. 1, Bank Street, Leeds. TO TRUSTEES ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. T. Ik. Uilor Tkt ft*. Two letters prat.-* from suet ito«objmrf «u, 00,.b, „ .tod, fr. tow (to mbjiK,. W '» d duwwd , m to* com have to nop* with, and i , fillhy unf ' cUmrf .0,.! di-Md torn. odl«. w. h»>, fa* foe .to., , •««*« u ...

THOMAS HARDY. To Uu Editor of Tkt York*** Post

... THOMAS HARDY. To Editor of York*** Post SIR, diMM« manifests iUelf ; U*our» may unknown or beyond human skill apply. Your cotulMoniticxt ol certain class literature is eminently jart, bus turf much f«r the chief «rf your leading and ihn which has caused ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. To ttc Editor of Yorkthirt Plß,—l shoo id bat a lukewarm disoipie if 1 kept eilanee while the master of art suffer* assault at the bands of aa editor, great dignitary the Church, and M aa absolute obecurity like Mr. F. O. Chamber*. I beg ...

THOMAS HARDY,

... THOMAS HARDY, STATIONERY Cabinets, Cases, Writing Desks, and Dure Ca.*« New Stock at & Suddick's. 6&_Roar Lane. IMPORTANT. In response repeated inquiries for TENDERS FOR REMOVALS, I have decided to add this iuqiortaiit branch to ray business. Having ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. INCOME -TAX. —Claims Exemption or Abatement, Repayment. Claim.*, and Returns Filled L'p with care and strict secrecy: years' experience the Leeds onlce.—Apply, either or letter, me, H. Mann. 1, Dunk .Street, Leeds. STACK COVERS and TENTS ...

THOMAS HARDY, THE NOVELIST

... THOMAS HARDY, THE NOVELIST. The high position which the author of Far from the Madding Crowd holds among contemporary English novelists is now generally recognised. When, however, that novel appeared anonymously the pages of Cornhilt, now nine years ...

Pearls seem be the jewels of the season. Thomas Hardy, the novelist, is now London. Mr. Ben Davies will be

... Pearls seem be the jewels of the season. Thomas Hardy, the novelist, is now London. Mr. Ben Davies will be back very shortly f.-om America. The birth-rate for London was lower for 1894 than for any year on record. The Duke of Aosta has engaged an English ...

Published: Friday 24 May 1895
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 431 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

According Dr. Haig, a vegetable diet is the best upon whicli do muscular work. Mr. Thomas Hardy bas returned from

... According Dr. Haig, a vegetable diet is the best upon whicli do muscular work. Mr. Thomas Hardy bas returned from his sojourn the Continent innch benefited in health. Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Augustine Kirrell are the candidates for the Rectorial Election ...

Published: Monday 26 October 1896
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 211 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Each Londoner on avenge receives I letters week. Mr. Thomas Hardy, Bulwell Hall, Notts, died Sunday. Many acres ..

... Each Londoner on avenge receives I letters week. Mr. Thomas Hardy, Bulwell Hall, Notts, died Sunday. Many acres land in Gloucestershire are devoted the raising wood for walking-sticks. At the Garden Party at Buckingham Palace yesterday, the costume for ...

Published: Tuesday 29 June 1897
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 226 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Duke William Wurtemburo died last night from heart disease. Mr. Thomas Hardy is practically rewriting his story ..

... Duke William Wurtemburo died last night from heart disease. Mr. Thomas Hardy is practically rewriting his story The Pursuit of the Well-Beloved. The 55th anniversary of the Prince of Wales's birthday on Monday will be celebrated with more than ordinary ...

Published: Friday 06 November 1896
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 373 | Page: 3 | Tags: none