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THE PEOPLE'S SYMPATHIES.

THE PEOPLE'S SYMPATHIES.

We feel that we never before sat down to the per- formance of so solemn, so imperative a duty, as that which now devolves upon us. It would be in vain were we to attempt to describe the emotions vwhich oppress us, or the sorrow which bows us down to the very earth. Absorbed as w
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Chartist Intelligence.

Chartist Intelligence.

Chartiot 3Estelixgence. e i LIRIF NGHAM.- SHIP, STEELHOUSE LANE-011 Tuesday evening, (,Mr. Hopkins in the chair,) the secretary read ths address from the president and secretary of the association, Messrs. Campbell and Leach, when the following resolution was moved by tMr. Follow
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

a Sv ,,5 t , THE B.ANNER OF GREEN. The Tories cr)ae forth with their banners of blue, All straightburw.ird tymonts. we'll give them their due; profuse with their mon1ley, but fierce in their wrath, The darkness of faction endangers their path. They sprung from the blood and the r
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE VICTIM ELLIS.

THE VICTIM ELLIS.

THE NORTHERN STARa SATtr1FDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1842. WE were just sitting down to call attention to I -the this all-important matter, when Wednesday Even- good ing's Star arrived; in which we find it so well done mist, that we give the entire article, in preference to any not i thin
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TALES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "NORTHERN STAR."

TALES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "NORTHERN STAR."

TALES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE " NORTHERN STAR." !BY CHARTIUS. NO, IV.-A TALE OF SEDUCTION. ITrust not a man; we are by nature false, dissern- blirg, subtle, tueli, and iieoilstant. When anan talks of love with caution, trust him; but if he swears, he'll certainly deceive tbee."
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

CAUTION TO LADIES. HE PROPRIETORS OF KEARSLEY'S TtORIGINAL WIDOW WELCH'S I'ENIALE PILLS, find it incumbent on them to caution the purchasers of these Pills against an imitation, by a' person of the naulo of S~xrnERS, and calling herself the Grand-daughter of the late Widow WELCH,
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE STURGE CONFERENCE AGAIN.

THE STURGE CONFERENCE AGAIN.

DatE STURGIS men are most persevering fellows; obuI havi as tie satellites of faction always are. They ale| tors determined to have their " talk" on the 27th of Dec. wo s and to cail it a " Conference." of We are happy, however, to perceive that the cur ?? of the people that the
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TALES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "NORTHERN STAR."

TALES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "NORTHERN STAR."

TALES WRITTEN EXiPE.SSLY FOR TIHE " N'ORTHIERN STAR." BlY CIAfiTIVUS, NO. IV.-A TALE OF SEDUCTION. "Trust riot a man; we are by nature false, 4issrm- bling, iubtlo, ciutl, and iiconestaut. Whtn amnan talks of love with caution, trust bim; but if he swears, he'll certainly deceive
5 November 1842 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

'mt. ?. fl*ffiill??4 ? I-. . 1? NO I as the title of u1ew.fare. ' The Edg1 "h;' B l eanse~lr Duuaqn,. t"t had 'this G~renj.XTeia. '8 ~b dres ~ aXiapoleo, jin order to;thlurji&, T ?? lheiomM Y.yof the great man whor6 they feared during his .e, time;,, anud it is ?? Toi Thumb whqon
3 May 1845 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Chartist Intelligence.

Chartist Intelligence.

ebartiot Intelligaire. NOTTINGHAM.. ON MOiDAY last a public meeting was held in the Town Ball, Nottingham, for the irpose of receiving the report of the Operatives' Ifall Building Com- mittee. Mr. Wright, cotton-merchant, was unani- mllously called upon to preside. Mr. Sweet addr
3 May 1845 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England