YORK POLICE REPORTS

... GUILDHALL, MONDAY, Jan. 23. Before the Lord Mayor and J. R. Mills, Esq. ed Garotte Robbery York. Three Privates in the 16th Lancers, named Henry Ahey, Wm. «, and Thomas Doyle, (th ...

THE BUDGET

... meeting in opposition to the wine and beer licensing scheme. Thursday rooming last, a numerous and influential Meeting of the citizens of York was held at the Guildhall, tor the purpose of ...

Foreign Intelligence

... fat, 11 Q31 19 JFRANCE ., TI rI MOR A.D THlE LEGISLATMIVI BODY. The Paris correspondent of the M!ornlingr ller)al(l, wuiting on Suntday evening, says:- ' It is reported that the Emperor intends dis- e ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

... SUNDAY SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sir, —A statistical report of the Educational Committee has just been published, which proves (I regret to say) the fac ...

TESTIMONIAL TO W.D. LITTLE DALE, ESQUIRE

... TESTIMONIAL TO W.D. LITTLEDALE, ESQUIRE. On Wednesday afternoon last, a beautiful gold timepiece in glass shade, was presented by J. Munby, Esq., the secretary to the Yorkshire Wilberforce School for ...

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE

... BRBDHURST.—Wednesday, the 6th, Twelfth day or Epiphany, hiving been chosen a suitable occasion for the village school treat, Bredhurst ou that day presented an unusually lively ...

ENGLAND AND THE IMPENDING WAR

... LATEST NEWS. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. The truth cannot be blinked—nay, for that matter, there is no disposition whatever amongst to blink it —that preparations for war are ...