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V. COyf^MPO^-RY PRESS.

V. COyf^MPO^-RY PRESS.

The comparative numbers of the majority and minority on Mr. Strntt's amendment on" Monday evening, ought, considering the state of parties in the House of Commons to be regarded as a triumph on behalf of the liberal interest, whose sole object was the investigation, and so fer a
15 May 1834 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL MARKETS

LOCAL MARKETS

*V* M° RD Market > Thursday Evening, Bth of May. and Nt** — There has been more business done in short thi at ! d P rices improve a little. Long Wools are War ps. p■' es l )ec ially those used for the purpose of making sjfo, ,c es on the whole aie better than they were a fortnig
15 May 1834 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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1 October 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
ALLOW, 4C

ALLOW, 4C

ALLOW, 4 Mottled S«tap Curd ditto .. Melting stuff Rough ditto • • • .. rwt.; Ro«igh Fat oniite. • it* THE WOOL TRADE. BRITISH FOBEIftN. No alteration In the of the nurlrt hu u-numl Coane rombini rtill continue, unialeahle For St.. .T** "*» i. not Itn.k, Skin combing not much ing
1 October 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Per stone of 81b*. to sink the offals.

Per stone of 81b*. to sink the offals.

Pcxf 32 0 32 6 1 35 36 a. d. a. <1 <• • . Inferior Beef Prime Beef 61*> ? Ditto Mutton Ditto Mutton » < ® * Middling Beef 3 6..3 « Veal Vo"! . Ditto Mutton 6.. 3 0 Pork 4 0 .. 4 4 Suckling Calvea, 13r and quarter old Store Pigr, lUi to 14a each.
1 October 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS.

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS.

In thnc nwrkcti, both of which good Monday'. «iirp|r. Borf. Mutton. Veal, and Turk, a .ale at °" . f With Ijmb. trade waa very dull, at a dcpreulon of from lo per .lone. Inferior Beef, per .tone hy the rarrau. S. ; to «d to 2. 6d ; Prime Ijrgcdo J. fid lot. 10d Prune Small 3* Mt
1 October 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Rye. Bean*. Peas 2 46 II

Rye. Bean*. Peas 2 46 II

28 November 1839 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Bradford, Yorkshire — Printed and 'BW^f^ftlwlßlD.* 1 at the Offices in Exchange Street ( Residence N0. ?? » . vIA

Bradford, Yorkshire — Printed and 'BW^f^ftlwlßlD.* 1 at the Offices in Exchange Street ( Residence N0. ?? » . vIA

b y f vertisemeiiu. Orders, and Communications * rer *Y t)l ,don-N' l > tt ' in this and the neighbouring counties. AgeuW in Vall>roP |i , * Warwick Square; Babker. Fleet Street; Dt*c« s. rornh jii: » Chancery Lane , and J. Unwin. St. /"*" V • si d W- B Scotland — Robertson & Sc
19 June 1834 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
dissolution of partnership. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership latol.f subsisting between us, the undersigned, CHARLES WOOD, JAMES BARKER, and

dissolution of partnership. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership latol.f subsisting between us, the undersigned, CHARLES WOOD, JAMES BARKER, and

GEORGE RILEY, all of Bradford, in the County of York, as Stone Masons, carrying on business Bradford aforesaid, under the Firm of “Charles Wood & Co." was Itiis llay ilissolvud l>g mutual coment. All Uel>U due to anil from tlie said Co-partnership Concern, will received and paid
2 February 1837 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRADFORD OBSERVER. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

THE BRADFORD OBSERVER. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

To the Editor of the Bradford Observer. Sir,— Being at a Meeting in Christ Church Sunday School Room on Tuesday evening last, and going in just when the seeming debate betwixt you and Mr. Hull was on; seeing the spirit of the meeting, and hearing from several individuals the exp
2 February 1837 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England