Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Sat 29 April 1882 - detached house in to let
DETACHED HOUSE IN METHLEY TO LET
METHLEY. A comfortable detached HOUSE, 7 rooms, stable, coach-house, outbuildings, and garden, 7 minutes walk from two stations at Methley; for many years the residence of the late Thomas Robinson, Veterinary Surgeon.
Good opening for a veterinary surgeon, as there is not one in the district now. Early possession can had.
Apply at the house to Mrs Robinson, Windmill House, Methley; or T. H. Good, Infirmary Street, Leeds.
The Leeds Intelligencer was founded by Griffith Wright in Leeds in 1754 as a four-page weekly and originally known as Wright’s Leeds Intelligencer. By the 1790’s it was viewed as the leading Tory organ in Yorkshire.
It was sold to the newly-formed Yorkshire Conservative Newspaper Company which turned the weekly Leeds Intelligencer into the daily Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, launched on July 2, 1866.
Last issue: 1866