1 edition of Leeds intelligencer. found in the catalog.
Various issues from the years 1764 to 1788.
‘Extracts from the “Leeds Intelligencer” and the “Leeds Mercury,” with an Introductory Account of the “Leeds Intelligencer,” ’ () – ed., G.D. Lumb, F.S.A. PTS, Volume 40 Microfilm copies of the Leeds Mercury (from ) & the Leeds Intelligencer (from ). Some original editions also available. Get in touch. If you have any queries, or want to place an order the good old fashionned way, please get in touch e-mail: [email protected] Telephone:
Leeds Intelligencer. 26 January ^ a b entry for Michael Thomas Sadler () in Stephen, Sir Lesley; Lee, Sir Sidney (). Dictionary of National Biography: from the earliest times to London: Oxford University Press. Retrieved 16 August ^ a full list of members is given on page of Seeley, R.B. (). Taking you through the year day by day, The Leeds Book of Days contains quirky, eccentric, amusing and important events or facts from different periods of history, many of which had a major impact on the religious and political history of England as a whole. Ideal for dipping into, this addictive little book will keep you entertained and.
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The Leeds Intelligencer was founded by Griffith Wright in Leeds in as a four-page weekly and originally known as Wright’s Leeds the ’s it was viewed as the leading Tory organ in Yorkshire.
Griffith Wright passed on the running of the paper to his son, Griffith Wright junior. The Leeds Intelligencer or Leedes Intelligencer was one of the first regional newspapers in Great Britain.
It was founded in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in and first published on 2 July It was a weekly paper until it was renamed and became the daily Yorkshire Post, first published on Monday 2 July It was published under the motto of Ceased publication: (became Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer).
Extracts from the "Leeds Intelligencer" and the "Leeds Mercury".: Publications of the Thoresby Society Volume 40 Leeds intelligencer. book Extracts from the "Leeds Intelligencer" and the "Leeds Mercury", Extracts from the "Leeds Intelligencer" and the "Leeds Mercury" Author: Yorkshire Post: Editor: George Denison Lumb: Published: Original from: the.
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Daily (except Sunday) Began with July 2, issue; ceased with Mar. 31, issue. Supplements accompany some issues. Also issued on microfilm from Microform Academic Publishers and British Library. Description based on: No.
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She wrote her first cookery book, The Gourmet's Guide to Rabbit Cooking there in Within a year she was writing for the Routledge Household Manuals series of books, and she. Leeds, urban area, city, and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of West Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, northern England.
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PARK JLI would remind her friends and pupils that the dnties of her school will be RESUMED (D.V.) on Thursday the Tteentu Af th of January. Mrs. Park at present has vacancies for six boarders. (Leeds Intelligencer). Monday died Mrs Clay wife of Thomas Clay grocer at Hull.(Leeds Intelligencer). April Tuesday last died Mr Richard Clay book keeper at the Navigation Warehouse.
Weekly Began with Nov. 12, issue; ceased with J issue. "Organ of local labour." Description based on: No. (Jan. 13, ). Citizen (Leeds, Eng.). Leeds Intelligencer (13/Oct/) - Public Notices: Holme Reservoirs PUBLIC DOMAIN DEDICATION This page is part of the Holmfirth Flood Project and its content is believed to be in the Public Domain.
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Forgotten History – World War One and beyond. Corporal. The Leeds Intelligencer or Leedes Intelligencer was one of the first regional newspapers in Great Britain.
It was founded in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in and first published on 2 July It was a weekly paper until it was renamed and became the daily Yorkshire Post, first published on Monday 2 July It was published under the motto. The battle for Parliamentary reform was fought bitterly in Leeds.
The Tories, who controlled the corporation of Leeds, resisted the calls for wider representation and were supported by the Tory-sympathising ‘Leeds Intelligencer’ newspaper. Edward Baines, of the Whiggish ‘Leeds Mercury’, led the calls for reform.